His research on Geometry often connects related areas such as Reduction (mathematics) and Regular polygon. His Geometry research extends to Reduction (mathematics), which is thematically connected. His Mathematical analysis study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Iterated function. His Applied mathematics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Hamilton–Jacobi equation. Hamilton–Jacobi equation is closely attributed to Applied mathematics in his work. Random variable and Law of large numbers are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. In his papers, Zvi Artstein integrates diverse fields, such as Law of large numbers and Statistics. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Statistics and Discrete mathematics in his research. His study in Random compact set extends to Discrete mathematics with its themes.
Mathematical analysis and Pure mathematics are two areas of study in which Zvi Artstein engages in interdisciplinary work. While working on this project, Zvi Artstein studies both Applied mathematics and Mathematical optimization. Zvi Artstein merges Mathematical optimization with Applied mathematics in his study. His Control theory (sociology) research extends to Artificial intelligence, which is thematically connected. His Control theory (sociology) study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Control (management). As part of his studies on Control (management), Zvi Artstein frequently links adjacent subjects like Artificial intelligence. His Quantum mechanics study frequently links to related topics such as Nonlinear system. His research ties Quantum mechanics and Nonlinear system together. Programming language is often connected to Set (abstract data type) in his work.
Zvi Artstein usually deals with Computation and limits it to topics linked to Algorithm and State (computer science). He frequently studies issues relating to Algorithm and State (computer science). Zvi Artstein is researching Optimal control as part of the investigation of Maximum principle and Pontryagin's minimum principle. His study brings together the fields of Optimal control and Maximum principle. His Geometry study has been linked to subjects such as Plane (geometry) and Horizon. Zvi Artstein performs multidisciplinary study in Plane (geometry) and Geometry in his work. He integrates many fields, such as Applied mathematics and Partial differential equation, in his works. Zvi Artstein incorporates Partial differential equation and Burgers' equation in his research. His study in Control (management) extends to Artificial intelligence with its themes.
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Stabilization with relaxed controls
Nonlinear Analysis-theory Methods & Applications (1983)
Linear systems with delayed controls: A reduction
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1982)
A Strong Law of Large Numbers for Random Compact Sets
Zvi Artstein;Richard A. Vitale.
Annals of Probability (1975)
Uniform asymptotic stability via the limiting equations
Journal of Differential Equations (1978)
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society (1972)
Brief paper: Feedback and invariance under uncertainty via set-iterates
Zvi Artstein;Saša V. Raković.
A note on fatou's lemma in several dimensions
Journal of Mathematical Economics (1979)
Consistency of Minimizers and the SLLN for Stochastic Programs 1
Zvi Artstein;Roger J.B. Wets.
Journal of Convex Analysis (1995)
Singularly perturbed ordinary differential equations with dynamic limits
Zvi Artstein;Alexander Vigodner.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (1996)
Topological dynamics of an ordinary differential equation
Journal of Differential Equations (1977)
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