2017 | 6(4) Cross-Border Exchange of Experience in Production Engineering Using Principles of Mathematics | 300--305
Extrema Problems Solved in GeoGebra
In this article we apprise with the history of the Czechoslovak Journal of Actuarial Sciences that was published in the era of the first republic before the World War II. We show its influence on the development of the insurance mathematics in Czechoslvakia and describe the circle of its authors. We show how the old proverb historia magistra vitae is useful for understanding the current development in actuarial sciences or, more generally, in social insurance. (original abstract)
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