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08/25/06 10:43am

I encountered one problem in my work with "Mathematica".
I need to solve the following task:
Let f=f(x,y,z,t) be a function which depends on 4 variables.
Let g(z,t)= min_{x,y}(f(x,y,z,t)).
How can we find max_{z,t}(g(z,t))?
(at least numerically)
Functions Minimize and Maximize don't work because of two independent variables on the first step.

Miheev Artem, Russian Federation

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How to find max(min(f))? Artem 08/25/06 10:43am
Re: How to find max(min(f))? Peter Pein 09/04/06 00:52am
Re: How to find max(min(f))? Artem 09/05/06 12:09pm
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