



The Cybersecurity Dilemma: Hacking, Trust and Fear Between Nations
Why do nations break into one another's most important computer networks? There is an obvious answer: to steal valuable information or to attack. But this isn't the full story. This book draws on oftenoverlooked documents leaked by Edward Snowden, realworld case studies of cyber operations, and policymaker perspectives to show that...   Algebraic Models in Geometry (Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics)Rational homotopy is a very powerful tool for differential topology and geometry. This text aims to provide graduates and researchers with the tools necessary for the use of rational homotopy in geometry. Algebraic Models in Geometry has been written for topologists who are drawn to geometrical problems amenable to topological methods and also...   

  The Nothing That Is: A Natural History of ZeroA symbol for what is not there, an emptiness that increases any number it's added to, an inexhaustible and indispensable paradox. As we enter the year 2000, zero is once again making its presence felt. Nothing itself, it makes possible a myriad of calculations. Indeed, without zero mathematics as we know it would not exist. And without mathematics...   An Introduction to Game Theory
Gametheoretic reasoning pervades economic theory and is used widely in other social and behavioral sciences. An Introduction to Game Theory, by Martin J. Osborne, presents the main principles of game theory and shows how they can be used to understand economic, social, political, and biological phenomena. The book introduces in an... 

  Computational Text Analysis: For Functional Genomics and BioinformaticsThis book brings together the two disparate worlds of computational text analysis and biology and presents some of the latest methods and applications to proteomics, sequence analysis, and gene expression data. Modern genomics generates large and comprehensive data sets but their interpretation requires an understanding of a vast number of genes,...   A Transition to Advanced Mathematics: A Survey CourseA Transition to Advanced Mathematics: A Survey Course promotes the goals of a “transition” course in mathematics, helping to lead students from courses in the calculus sequence to theoretical upperlevel mathematics courses. The text simultaneously promotes the goals of a “survey” course, describing the intriguing questions... 

Cellular Computing (Genomics and Bioinformatics)The field of cellular computing is a novel and exciting development at the intersection of biology, computer science, mathematics, and engineering. Practitioners in this emerging discipline are concerned with the analysis, modeling, and engineering of inter and intracellular processes for the purposes of computation. Developments in the field...   An Introduction to Quantum ComputingThis concise, accessible text provides a thorough introduction to quantum computing  an exciting emergent field at the interface of the computer, engineering, mathematical and physical sciences. Aimed at advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students in these disciplines, the text is technically detailed and is clearly illustrated...   Foundations of Modern Cosmology
Recent discoveries in astronomy, especially those made with data collected by satellites such as the Hubble Space Telescope and the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe, have revolutionized the science of cosmology. These new observations offer the possibility that some longstanding mysteries in cosmology might be answered, including such... 


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