1425 books (72 pages) in this category

by ANDREW H. WALLACE

This self-contained text is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students and may be used either after or concurrently with courses in general topology and algebra. It surveys several algebraic invariants: the fundamental group, ...

ISBN: 9780486462394

Binding: Paperback

by C. R. F. MAUNDER

Based on lectures to advanced undergraduate and first-year graduate students, this is a thorough, sophisticated and modern treatment of elementary algebraic topology, essentially from a homotopy theoretic viewpoint. The presentation of the ...

ISBN: 9780486691312

Binding: Paperback

Algebras of Holomorphic Functions and Control Theory

by AMOL SASANE

This accessible, undergraduate-level text illustrates the role of algebras of holomorphic functions in the solution of an important engineering problem: the stabilization of a linear control system. Its concise and self-contained treatment ...

ISBN: 9780486474656

Binding: Paperback

Algorithms and Networking for Computer Games, 2nd Edition

by Jouni Smed

ISBN: 9781119259763

Binding: Hardback

Algorithms for Minimization Without Derivatives

by RICHARD P. BRENT

This outstanding text for graduate students and researchers proposes improvements to existing algorithms, extends their related mathematical theories, and offers details on new algorithms for approximating local and global minima. None of the ...

ISBN: 9780486419985

Binding: Paperback

by RAYMOND M SMULLYAN

""A charming and challenging adventure."" - Wordplay, the Crossword Blog of The New York TimesAlice and her friends return for another romp through Wonderland and the Looking-Glass with these eighty-eight puzzles, paradoxes, and logic problems. ...

ISBN: 9780486482002

Binding: Paperback

An Introduction to Algebraic Topology

by ANDREW H. WALLACE

This self-contained treatment of algebraic topology assumes only some knowledge of real numbers and real analysis. The first three chapters focus on the basics of point-set topology, offering background to students approaching the subject with ...

ISBN: 9780486457864

Binding: Paperback

An Introduction to Discrete-valued Time Series

by Christian Weiss

ISBN: 9781119096962

Binding: Hardback

An Introduction to Optimal Designs for Social and Biomedical Research

by Martijn P.F. Berger

The increasing cost of research means that scientists are in more urgent need of optimal design theory to increase the efficiency of parameter estimators and the statistical power of their tests. <p>The objectives of a good design are to ...

ISBN: 9780470694503

Binding: Hardback

An Introduction to the Theory of Linear Spaces

by GEORGI E. SHILOV

This introduction to linear algebra and functional analysis offers a clear expository treatment, viewing algebra, geometry, and analysis as parts of an integrated whole rather than separate subjects. All abstract ideas receive a high degree of ...

ISBN: 9780486630700

Binding: Paperback

by KENNETH HOFFMAN

Developed for an introductory course in mathematical analysis at MIT, this text focuses on concepts, principles, and methods. Its introductions to real and complex analysis are closely formulated, and they constitute a natural introduction to ...

ISBN: 9780486458045

Binding: Paperback

Analysis of Financial Time Series, Third Edition

by Ruey S. Tsay

This book provides a broad, mature, and systematic introduction to current financial econometric models and their applications to modeling and prediction of financial time series data. It utilizes real-world examples and real financial data ...

ISBN: 9780470414354

Binding: Hardback

by EUGENE ISAACSON

In this age of omnipresent digital computers and their capacity for implementing numerical methods, no applied mathematician, physical scientist, or engineer can be considered properly trained without some understanding of those methods. This ...

ISBN: 9780486680293

Binding: Paperback

by NICHOLAS D. KAZARINOFF

Mathematical analysis is largely a systematic study and exploration of inequalities - but for students the study of inequalities often remains a foreign country, difficult of access. This book is a passport to that country, offering a background

ISBN: 9780486432441

Binding: Paperback

by BARRY SPAIN

This concise text introduces students to analytical geometry, covering basic ideas and methods. Readily intelligible to any student with a sound mathematical background, it is designed both for undergraduates and for math majors. It will prove ...

ISBN: 9780486457734

Binding: Paperback

Analytical Methods of Optimization

by D. F. LAWDEN

Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, this text surveys the classical theory of the calculus of variations. It takes the approach most appropriate for applications to problems of optimizing the behavior of engineering ...

ISBN: 9780486450346

Binding: Paperback

And God Created The IntegersThat Changed History

by Stephen Hawking

<i>God Created The Integers</i> is Stephen Hawking's personal choice of the greatest mathematical works in history. He allows the reader to peer into the mind of genius by providing us with excerpts from original mathematical proofs and results.

ISBN: 9780141018782

Binding: Paperback

by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

In <i>The Black Swan</i> Taleb outlined a problem, and his revelatory new book <i>Antifragile</i> offers a definitive solution- how to live in a world that is unpredicatable, chaotic, and full of shocks, and how to thrive during periods of ...

ISBN: 9780141038223

Binding: Paperback

Applications of Green's Functions in Science and Engineering

by MICHAEL D GREENBERG

Concise and highly regarded, this treatment of Green's functions and their applications in science and engineering is geared toward undergraduate and graduate students with only a moderate background in ordinary differential equations and ...

ISBN: 9780486797960

Binding: Paperback