axiomatics

axiomatics

(ˌæksɪəˈmætɪks)
n
the study of axioms
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One of the pleasant and axiomatic fictions they have created is that they are superior to the rest of mankind in wisdom and efficiency.
The sacredness of life I had accepted as axiomatic.
Vdovin (1949-2007), the creator of a new axiomatics of the set theory.
He begins with puzzles involving liars and truth-tellers, moves into the subject of propositional logic, which formalizes the reasoning of the liar/truth-teller puzzles, and then presents materials of first-order logic, while including discussion of infinity and formal axiomatics.
In light of the intensive development and increasing complexity of portfolio management theory, Prigent discusses the axiomatics of the individual choice in an uncertain framework, reviews standard portfolio optimization, makes the literature on stochastic optimization as applied to mathematical finance accessible to students and non-specialist researchers, and shows how theoretical results can be applied to practical and operational portfolio optimization.
Fortunately, in numerous texts, many of the key ingredients already will be present in some way--though frequently hidden within axiomatics, in examples at the ends of sections, exercises at the ends of chapters, as appendices, etc.
I want first to dispose of the canard that I have anything but respect for axiomatics.
Axiomatics recently completed a small project with the U.