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 The behavior of functions of several variables in terms of extremes Beseda, Jiří ; Votavová, Helena (referee) ; Hoderová, Jana (advisor) Thesis deals with problems of extreme searching in multivariable calculus. Searching maxima/minima of the function can be moreover specified to local extremes, global extremes or strict extremes. For finding extremes we use Sylvester's criterion, which helps us investigate the behavior of functions in stationary points. Stationary point is point, where maxima or minima of the function is expected. Detailed record Extremes of Single and Multi-Variable Functions Floderová, Hana ; Hoderová, Jana (referee) ; Štarha, Pavel (advisor) Extremes of single and multi-variable functions are problems in which we try to solve maximum or minimum of function. Maximum and minimum of function can be local, global and by the functions of multi-variable bounded. For calculation help us derivative of function, which we put equal to zero and we get out a stationary point. The stationary point is a point, in which we suppose existence of maximum or minimum of function. Detailed record The behavior of functions of several variables in terms of extremes Beseda, Jiří ; Štarha, Pavel (referee) ; Hoderová, Jana (advisor) Thesis deals with problems of extreme searching in multivariable calculus. Searching maxima/minima of the function can be moreover specified to local extremes, global extremes or strict extremes. Computations are mainly based on first derivations of the function that are set to be zero, in order to obtain the stationary point. Stationary point is point, where maxima or minima of the function is expected. Detailed record The behavior of functions of several variables in terms of extremes Beseda, Jiří ; Votavová, Helena (referee) ; Hoderová, Jana (advisor) Thesis deals with problems of extreme searching in multivariable calculus. Searching maxima/minima of the function can be moreover specified to local extremes, global extremes or strict extremes. For finding extremes we use Sylvester's criterion, which helps us investigate the behavior of functions in stationary points. Stationary point is point, where maxima or minima of the function is expected. Detailed record The behavior of functions of several variables in terms of extremes Beseda, Jiří ; Štarha, Pavel (referee) ; Hoderová, Jana (advisor) Thesis deals with problems of extreme searching in multivariable calculus. Searching maxima/minima of the function can be moreover specified to local extremes, global extremes or strict extremes. Computations are mainly based on first derivations of the function that are set to be zero, in order to obtain the stationary point. Stationary point is point, where maxima or minima of the function is expected. Detailed record Extremes of Single and Multi-Variable Functions Floderová, Hana ; Hoderová, Jana (referee) ; Štarha, Pavel (advisor) Extremes of single and multi-variable functions are problems in which we try to solve maximum or minimum of function. Maximum and minimum of function can be local, global and by the functions of multi-variable bounded. For calculation help us derivative of function, which we put equal to zero and we get out a stationary point. The stationary point is a point, in which we suppose existence of maximum or minimum of function. Detailed record

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