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The Predator-Prey Model: Do We Live in a Volterra World?, page 246, ISBN 0387818480, Springer, 1986. [26] R. It opens the question to know if there are major fields of economic analysis which can be profoundly re-thought in the light of this discovery." - Diana Andrada Filip (Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in Romania) and Cyrille Piatecki (Orléans University in France); from their 2014 article [82]. "In this paper, after a brief presentation of [the geometric] calculus, we try to show how it could be used to re-explore from another perspective classical economic theory, more particularly economic growth and the maximum-likelihood method from statistics." - Diana Andrada Filip (Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in Romania) and Cyrille Piatecki (Orléans University in France); from their 2014 article [181]. "... [non-Newtonian calculus] could help to acquire new insight on classical subjects, or solve directly some problems which could only be reached by approximations." - Diana Andrada Filip (Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in Romania) and Cyrille Piatecki (Orléans University in France); from their 2014 article [181]. "The double-entry bookkeeping promoted by Luca Pacioli in the fifteenth century could be considered a strong argument in behalf of the multiplicative calculus, which can be developed from the Grossman and Katz non-Newtonian calculus concept." (The expression "multiplicative calculus" refers here to the geometric calculus.) - Diana Andrada Filip (Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in Romania) and Cyrille Piatecki (Orléans University in France); from their 2014 article [149]. "The results of this study are also expected to help researchers, practitioners, economists, business managers, and cost and managerial accountants to understand how to construct a multiplicative based learning curve to improve such decisions as pricing, profit planning, capacity management, and budgeting." - Hasan Özyapıcı (Eastern Mediterranean University in Cyprus), İlhan Dalcı (Eastern Mediterranean University in Cyprus), and Ali Ozyapici (Cyprus International University); from their article "Integrating accounting and multiplicative calculus: an effective estimation of learning curve". [290] (The expression "multiplicative calculus" refers here to the geometric calculus.) "This work is aimed to show that various problems from different fields can be modeled more efficiently using [geometric] calculus, in place of Newtonian calculus. ...