isoperimetry

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isoperimetry

(ˌaɪsəʊpəˈrɪmətrɪ)
n
(Mathematics) geometry the branch of geometry dealing with figures that have equal perimeters
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isoperimetry

the study of flgures that have perimeters of equal length. — isoperimetrical, isoperimetral, adj.
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In the strict sense of the word, isoperimetric problems are problems in which one has to find a geometric figure of maximum area for a given perimeter.
Torres, "Isoperimetric problems on time scales with nabla derivatives," Journal of Vibration and Control, vol.
[8] --, Optimal numberings and isoperimetric problems on graphs, Journal of Combinatorial Theory, 1 (1966), pp.
It contains 16 papers on such topics as travel time tubes regulating transportation traffic, quadratic growth conditions in optimal control problems, optimal spatial pricing strategies with transportation costs, isoperimetric problems of the calculus of variations on time scales, metric regular maps and regularity for constrained extremum problems, and isoperimetric problems of the calculus of variations on time scales, to cite a few examples.
Global methods for combinatorial isoperimetric problems.