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Posted By : tika12 | Date : 31 Oct 2007 15:34:00 | Comments : 0

Linear Elastic Waves by John G. Harris
Cambridge University Press | ISBN:052164383X | 2001 | PDF | 178 pages | 1.8 Mb
Posted By : tika12 | Date : 31 Oct 2007 15:12:00 | Comments : 1

Continuous Lattices and Domains (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications) by G. Gierz, K. H. Hofmann, K. Keimel, and J. D. Lawson
Cambridge University Press | ISBN:0521803381 | 2003 | PDF | 628 pages | 2.5 Mb
Posted By : Josaphat | Date : 31 Oct 2007 01:07:00 | Comments : 0

I.M. James (Editor), "History of Topology"
North Holland | ISBN: 0444823751 | 1 edition (October 1, 1999) | PDF | 1068 pages | 63335 KB

Topology, for many years, has been one of the most exciting and influential fields of research in modern mathematics. Although its origins may be traced back several hundred years, it was Poincaré who "gave topology wings" in a classic series of articles published around the turn of the century. While the earlier history, sometimes called the prehistory, is also considered, this volume is mainly concerned with the more recent history of topology, from Poincaré onwards.

As will be seen from the list of contents the articles cover a wide range of topics. Some are more technical than others, but the reader without a great deal of technical knowledge should still find most of the articles accessible. Some are written by professional historians of mathematics, others by historically-minded mathematicians, who tend to have a different viewpoint.
Posted By : Josaphat | Date : 31 Oct 2007 00:33:00 | Comments : 1

Mladen Victor Wickerhauser, "Mathematics for Multimedia"
Academic Press | ISBN: 0127484515 | 1 edition (September 9, 2003) | PDF | 314 pages | 12903 KB

Mathematics and Multimedia focuses on the mathematics behind multimedia applications. This timely and thoroughly modern text is a rigorous survey of selected results from algebra and analysis, requiring only undergraduate math skills.The topics are `gems' chosen for their usefulness in understanding and creating application software for multimedia signal processing and communication.The book is aimed at a wide audience, including computer science and mathematics majors and those interested in employing mathematics in multimedia design and implementation.
Posted By : Josaphat | Date : 31 Oct 2007 00:14:00 | Comments : 0

Karl-Georg Steffens, "The History of Approximation Theory: From Euler to Bernstein"
Birkhäuser Boston | ISBN: 0817643532 | 1 edition (December 16, 2005) | PDF | 219 pages | 1.6 Mb

The problem of approximating a given quantity is one of the oldest challenges faced by mathematicians. Its increasing importance in contemporary mathematics has created an entirely new area known as Approximation Theory. The modern theory was initially developed along two divergent schools of thought: the Eastern or Russian group, employing almost exclusively algebraic methods, was headed by Chebyshev together with his coterie at the Saint Petersburg Mathematical School, while the Western mathematicians, adopting a more analytical approach, included Weierstrass, Hilbert, Klein, and others.
Posted By : tika12 | Date : 30 Oct 2007 20:16:00 | Comments : 1

Fundamentals of Probability (Solutions Manual Only) By Saeed Ghahramani
Prentice-Hall | ISBN: 0131298496 | 2004 | 344 pages | PDF | 1.3 Mb
Posted By : ButcherBird | Date : 30 Oct 2007 08:39:00 | Comments : 5

Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Applied Mathematics)
By Dean G. Duffy | CRC Press | ISBN:0849378540 | 656 Pages | PDF | 18 MB

This text/reference covers essential areas of engineering mathematics involving single, multiple, and complex variations. Taken as a whole, this book provides a succinct, carefully organized guide for mastering engineering mathematics.Unlike typical textbooks, Advanced Engineering Mathematics begins with a thorough exploration of complex variables because they provide powerful techniques for understanding topics, such as Fourier, Laplace and z-transforms, introduced later in the text. The book contains a wealth of examples, both classic problems used to illustrate concepts, and interesting real-life examples from scientific literature.Ideal for a two-semester course on advanced engineering mathematics, Advanced Engineering Mathematics is concise and well-organized, unlike the long, detailed texts used to teach this subject. Since almost every engineer and many scientists need the skills covered in this book for their daily work, Advanced Engineering Mathematics also makes an excellent reference for practicing engineers and scientists.
Posted By : ButcherBird | Date : 29 Oct 2007 21:38:00 | Comments : 1

Alan J. Cann, "Maths from Scratch for Biologists"
Publisher: Wiley | ISBN: 0471498351 | PDF | 240 pages | 10 MB

Numerical ability is an essential skill for everyone studying the biological sciences but many students are frightened by the 'perceived' difficulty of mathematics, and are nervous about applying mathematical skills in their chosen field of study. Having taught introductory maths and statistics for many years, Alan Cann understands these challenges and just how invaluable an accessible, confidence building textbook could be to the fearful student. Unable to find a book pitched at the right level, that concentrated on why numerical skills are useful to biologists, he wrote his own. The result is Maths form Scratch for Biologists , a highly instructive, informal text that explains step by step how and why you need to tackle maths within the biological sciences.
Posted By : ButcherBird | Date : 29 Oct 2007 18:41:00 | Comments : 0

Advanced Engineering Mathematics (2nd Edition)
Michael Greenberg | Prentice Hall; 2 edition (January 8, 1998) | ISBN: 0133214311 | 1324 pages | PDF | 71 MB

This clear, pedagogically rich book develops a strong understanding of the mathematical principles and practices that today's engineers need to know. Equally as effective as either a textbook or reference manual, it approaches mathematical concepts from an engineering perspective, making physical applications more vivid and substantial. Its comprehensive instructional framework supports a conversational, down-to-earth narrative style, offering easy accessibility and frequent opportunities for application and reinforcement.
Posted By : math007 | Date : 29 Oct 2007 13:30:00 | Comments : 0

H. S. M. Coxeter, "Introduction to Geometry, 2nd Edition"
Publisher: Wiley| Pages: 496 | ISBN : 0471504580 | DjVu | 3.8 Mb
Posted By : math007 | Date : 29 Oct 2007 01:57:00 | Comments : 1

Proceedings of the International Conference on Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups, "Proceedings of the International Conference on Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups"
Publisher: Alpha Science International, Ltd | Pages: 257 | ISBN: 8173194211 | PDF | 30 Mb
Posted By : math007 | Date : 29 Oct 2007 01:57:00 | Comments : 2

Catherine Q. Howe, Dale Purves, "Perceiving Geometry: Geometrical Illusions Explained by Natural Scene Statistics"
Publisher: Springer | Pages: 126 | ISBN: 0387254870 | ODF | 14.1 Mb
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Posted By : math007 | Date : 29 Oct 2007 01:40:00 | Comments : 1

John L. Bell, "Set Theory : Boolean-Valued Models and Independence Proofs"
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA | Pages: 232 | ISBN: 0198568525 | PDF | 10 Mb
Posted By : math007 | Date : 29 Oct 2007 01:31:00 | Comments : 0

Percival Frost; Joseph Wolstenholme; "A Treatise on Solid Geometry"
Publisher: Adamant Media Corporation | Pages: 506 | ISBN: 140217098X | PDF | 11 MB
Posted By : math007 | Date : 28 Oct 2007 22:08:00 | Comments : 1

Peter Brass, William O.J. Moser, János Pach, "Research Problems in Discrete Geometry"
Publisher: Springer | Pages: 499 | ISBN : 0387238158 | PDF | 5.1 Mb