



Concepts of Modern Mathematics
Concepts of Modern Mathematics began as an extramural course
nowadays we would say 'continuing education—taught at Warwick
University in 1971. Several dozen citizens of Coventry, ranging
from school students to a retired automotive engineer, gathered for
two hours every week to grapple with what was then called...     An Introduction to Matrices, Sets and Groups for Science StudentsTHIS book is written primarily for undergraduate students of science and engineering, and presents an elementary introduction to some of the major branches of modern algebra  namely, matrices, sets and groups. Of these three topics, matrices are of especial importance at undergraduate level, and consequently more space is devoted to their study... 

  Fourier Series and Orthogonal Polynomials (Dover Books on Mathematics)This text illustrates the fundamental simplicity of the properties of orthogonal functions and their developments in related series. Begins with a definition and explanation of the elements of Fourier series, and examines Legendre polynomials and Bessel functions. Also includes Pearson frequency functions and chapters on orthogonal,...   

Codes, Ciphers and Secret Writing (Test Your Code Breaking Skills)Experiment with cryptography — the science of secret writing. Cipher and decipher codes: transposition and polyalphabetical ciphers, famous codes, typewriter and telephone codes, codes that use playing cards, knots, and swizzle sticks...even invisible writing and sending messages through outer space. Hours of intrigue and challenge. 45...   CryptanalysisThorough, systematic introduction to serious cryptography, especially strong in modern forms of cipher solution used by experts. Nihilist, grille, U. S. Army, keyphrase, multiplealphabet, Gronsfeld, Porta, Beaufort, periodic ciphers, and more. Simple and advanced methods. 166 specimens to solve — with solutions....   Mathematics of Classical and Quantum PhysicsThis book is designed as a companion to the graduate level physics texts on classical mechanics, electricity, magnetism, and quantum mechanics. It grows out of a course given at Columbia University and taken by virtually all first year graduate students as a fourth basic course, thereby eliminating the need to cover this mathematical material in a... 



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