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• Multipliers —   Author(s) Liz Wiseman Greg Mckeown Country …   Wikipedia

• multipliers — mulÂ·tiÂ·pliÂ·er || mÊŒtÉªplaÉªÉ™(r) n. quantity by which a number is multiplied (Mathematics); one who multiplies …   English contemporary dictionary

• Multipliers — Skat Amounts by which the base value of the trump suit is multiplied to determine the value of a game …   The official rules of card games glossary

• Multipliers and centralizers (Banach spaces) — In mathematics, multipliers and centralizers are algebraic objects in the study of Banach spaces. They are used, for example, in generalizations of the Banach Stone theorem. Definitions Let (X, ||·||) be a Banach space over a field K (either …   Wikipedia

• Lagrange multipliers — In mathematical optimization problems, the method of Lagrange multipliers, named after Joseph Louis Lagrange, is a method for finding the extrema of a function of several variables subject to one or more constraints; it is the basic tool in… …   Wikipedia

• Lagrange multipliers on Banach spaces — In the field of calculus of variations in mathematics, the method of Lagrange multipliers on Banach spaces can be used to solve certain infinite dimensional constrained optimization problems. The method is a generalization of the classical method …   Wikipedia

• Constrained optimization and Lagrange multipliers — This tutorial presents an introduction to optimization problems that involve finding a maximum or a minimum value of an objective function f(x 1,x 2,ldots, x n) subject to a constraint of the form g(x 1,x 2,ldots, x n)=k.Maximum and… …   Wikipedia

• Offset agreement — Defense offset agreements are legal trade practices in the aerospace and military industries. These commercial practices do not need state regulations but, since the purchasers are mostly military departments of sovereign nations comparable to… …   Wikipedia

• Lagrange multiplier — Figure 1: Find x and y to maximize f(x,y) subject to a constraint (shown in red) g(x,y) = c …   Wikipedia

• Constraint algorithm — In mechanics, a constraint algorithm is a method for satisfying constraints for bodies that obey Newton s equations of motion. There are three basic approaches to satisfying such constraints: choosing novel unconstrained coordinates ( internal… …   Wikipedia

• Multiplier (economics) — In economics, a multiplier is a factor of proportionality that measures how much an endogenous variable changes in response to a change in some exogenous variable. For example, suppose a one unit change in some variable x causes another variable… …   Wikipedia