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1281 Pages
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1995
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27 Downloads
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by Kit Yates

256 Pages
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2019
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1,919 Downloads
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The Maths of Life and Death is the mathematics, facts and social sciences book that tells how math creates a difference between disaster and success in our lives. Kit Yates is the author of this magnificent book. We all are doing maths in different stages of our life. We are doing maths whenever we are communicating with each other, while we are traveling, setting a time for the meeting, calling a friend for help, playing at the playground, going to work and how to relax. Some of us know about this and the majority of the people don’t know its math. There are only a few people who are fully aware of maths that influence the people to make decisions in hospital wards and courtroom.

by Brad Henderson

357 Pages
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2019
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1,138 Downloads
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The “A Math-Based Writing System for Engineers: Sentence Algebra & Document Algorithms, 1st Edition” is an excellent book for all undergraduate and graduate students. Brad Henderson is the author of this great book. Brad Henderson is a Continuing Lecturer in the University Writing Program at California. He holds a BS in mechanical engineering and a master’s in professional writing. A Math-Based Writing System for Engineers is a helpful resource for all the engineers as it shows the generative rules for formal written communication in an engineering context.

by Jude Thaddeus Socrates

883 Pages
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2016
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36 Downloads
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“A Portrait of Linear Algebra Third Edition” is a complete book on Linear Algebra. The Mathematician behind this book is Jude Thaddeus Socrates. His book “A Portrait of Linear Algebra” takes a unique approach in developing and introducing the core concepts of this subject. It begins with a thorough introduction to the field properties for real numbers and uses them to guide the student through simple proof exercises. Over 500 new exercises have been added since the 2nd edition.
There are 9 chapters in the book. Core concepts of linear combinations, spans of sets of vectors, linear independence, subspaces, basis, and dimension, are introduced in the first chapter. In next chapters, the author explores some applications of Linear Algebra in science and engineering. These applications enable readers to prove The Fundamental Theorem of Linear Algebra, an elegant theorem that ties together the four fundamental matrix spaces and the concepts of eigenspaces and orthogonality. Overall, it is a great resource for learning the core concepts of Linear Algebra. You can also Download Calculus and Analytic Geometry (9th Edition) by George B. Thomas, Ross L. Finney Free.

by David Colton,
Rainer Kress

286 Pages
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2013
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33 Downloads
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Integral Equation Methods in Inverse Scattering Theory by David Colton, Rainer Kress is a classic book providing the complete knowledge of the Riesz-Fredholm theory on scalar and vector potentials in spaces of Holder continuous and continuous functions. This is the theory of compact operators in dual systems. It also explains the mapping properties and the jump relations of vector and scalar potentials. The results are useful for studying the scattering problems for the Maxwell and Helmholtz equations. You will get an in-depth understanding of the boundary integral equations for solving acoustic and electromagnetic waves problems.
Moreover, this book also provides a complete introduction to inverse scattering theory emphasizing on nonlinearity of the inverse problems. This wonderful book is also a supplement to graduate course on inverse problems and scattering theory. It is a great research topic for mathematicians, physicists, and engineers.

by Der-San Chen,
Robert G. Batson,
Yu Dang

490 Pages
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2010
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43 Downloads
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Integer programming is widely used in the market within modern software and applications. If you need to understand the problem-solving in integer programming, Applied Integer Programming 1st Edition is a good source of knowledge. It provides a comprehensive explanation as well as accessible treatments to show the working of the algorithms and the reasons behind their working. Applied Integer Programming focusses on the problem modeling and solution as well as taking application-oriented approach. Also, it provides a complete understanding of science and art of mathematical modeling with MIP (Mixed Integer Programming) framework. It also covers the related information and the solution to these models efficiently.
This book also covers the successful applications, typical model types, systematic modeling procedures, the transformation of non-MIP models, automatic preprocessing for the better formulation, combinational optimization problem modeling. Furthermore, the book explains the geometric and algebraic concepts of linear programming. Applied Integer Programming: Modeling and Solution 1st Edition concludes on modern and classical solutions along with basic building blocks for creating an integrated software system for solving integer programming problems. There are numerous examples and figures to explain the complete concept. It is a good book for integer programming courses especially written to explain the concepts to the professionals and the graduate students. It is a good source of information for real-time industry level problems.

by Nelson H.F. Beebe

1132 Pages
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2017
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57 Downloads
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“The Mathematical-Function Computation Handbook: Programming Using the MathCW Portable Software Library 1st ed. 2017 Edition” is highly comprehensive handbook provides a substantial advance in the computation of elementary and special functions of mathematics. The guy behind this book is Dr. Nelson H.F. Beebe. Nelson is a Research Professor and Software Specialist in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Utah, USA. He has a diverse background in chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science and systems management.
He has written extensive software projects in numerous programming-language, operating-system, and hardware environments. In this book, Nelson offers a unique approach to covering mathematical-function computation using decimal arithmetic. It also extends the function coverage of major programming languages well beyond their international standards, including full support for decimal floating-point arithmetic. It is written with clarity and focuses on the C language, the work pays extensive attention to little-understood aspects of floating-point and integer arithmetic, and to software portability, as well as to important historical architectures.