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- Murray S. Klamkin
- SIAM Review
- 1992

- Murray S. Klamkin
- SIAM Review
- 1995

- Marcin Mazur, Robin J. Chapman, Petr Lisonek, Robert B. Israel, Murray S. Klamkin
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2000

- Murray S Klamkin
- 2013

All problems and solutions should be sent, typewritten in duplicate, with complete address, to Murray S. Klamkin, Department of Mathematics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T 6 G 2G1 Canada. An asterisk placed beside a problem number indicates that the problem was submitted without solution. Proposers and solvers whose solutions are published will… (More)

- Murray S. Klamkin
- SIAM Review
- 1994

Problem 94-9*, by R. W. Cox (Medical College of Wisconsin). Define the NxN symmetric nonnegative definite Toeplitz matrixA () by aij exp[-(ij)2] for e > 0. When e 0, the resulting matrix A(0) is rank and has only one nonzero eigenvalue. Call the eigenvalues k/,(), with k > X2 > > XN. Thus X(0) N and Xk (0) 0 for k > 1. For k 1, 2 N, and for positive e, show… (More)

- Murray S. Klamkin
- SIAM Review
- 1990

- Emeric Deutsch, Murray S. Klamkin, Denis Constales
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2001

- Murray S. Klamkin
- SIAM Review
- 1994

- Murray S Klamkin, S Klamkin, Firdaus E Udwadiaf

This paper deals with maximum entropy distributions for uncertain parameters that lie between two finite values. Such parameter uncertainties often arise in the modeling of physical systems. The paper shows that these maximally unpresumptive distributions depend on the nature of the a priori information available about the uncertain parameter. In… (More)

- Murray S. Klamkin
- SIAM Review
- 1995

Problem 95-14*, by RUDOLF X. MEYER (University of California at Los Angeles). Let S be a string of fixed length with ends A and B, with A fixed in the plane. Let S execute a continuous motion, such that S does not intersect itself nor the plane. Show that there exist for all integers n, periodic motions such that after the string is returned to its initial… (More)