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The Mechanics of Piezoelectric Structures
The Mechanics of Piezoelectric Structures
This book is a natural continuation of the author's previous book, "v4w Introduction to the Theory of Piezoelectricity" (Springer, New York, 2005), which discusses the three-dimensional theory of piezoelectricity. Three-dimensional theory presents complicated mathematical problems due to the anisotropy of...
Einstein Relatively Simple: Our Universe Revealed
Einstein Relatively Simple: Our Universe Revealed

Einstein Relatively Simple brings together for the first time an exceptionally clear explanation of both special and general relativity. It is for people who always wanted to understand Einstein's ideas but never thought they could.

Told with humor, enthusiasm, and rare clarity, this entertaining book reveals how a former high...

Brainware : Bio-Inspired Architecture and Its Hardware Implementation
Brainware : Bio-Inspired Architecture and Its Hardware Implementation

The human brain, the ultimate intelligent processor, can handle ambiguous and uncertain information adequately. The implementation of such a human-brain architecture and function is called "brainware". Brainware is a candidate for the new tool that will realize a human-friendly computer society. As one of the LSI implementations of...

Titan: Exploring an Earthlike World (Series on Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics)
Titan: Exploring an Earthlike World (Series on Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics)
Titan: Exploring an Earthlike World presents the most comprehensive description in book form of what is currently known about Titan, the largest satellite of the planet Saturn and arguably the most intriguing and mysterious world in the Solar System. Because of its resemblance to our own planet, Titan is often described as a frozen primitive Earth...
The Language of Game Theory : Putting Epistemics into the Mathematics of Games
The Language of Game Theory : Putting Epistemics into the Mathematics of Games

This volume contains eight papers written by Adam Brandenburger and his co-authors over a period of 25 years. These papers are part of a program to reconstruct game theory in order to make how players reason about a game a central feature of the theory. The program now called epistemic game theory extends the classical definition of a game...

An Introduction To Black Holes, Information And The String Theory Revolution: The Holographic Universe
An Introduction To Black Holes, Information And The String Theory Revolution: The Holographic Universe
.,." This well-planned, stimulating and sometimes provocative book can be enthusiastically recommended.?

Over the last decade the physics of black holes has been revolutionized by developments that grew out of Jacob Bekenstein s realization that black holes have entropy. Stephen Hawking raised profound issues concerning
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Understanding the Universe: From Quarks to the Cosmos
Understanding the Universe: From Quarks to the Cosmos

Lincoln's humor and personal tales do much to convey the flavor of modern particle physics research. -- Symmetry

The Big Bang, the birth of the universe, was a singular event. All of the matter of the universe was concentrated at a single point, with temperatures so high that even the familiar protons and
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Data Mining In Time Series Databases (Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence)
Data Mining In Time Series Databases (Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence)
Traditional data mining methods are designed to deal with “static” databases, i.e. databases where the ordering of records (or other database objects) has nothing to do with the patterns of interest. Though the assumption of order irrelevance may be sufficiently accurate in some applications, there are certainly many other cases, where...
The Mathematical Foundation of Informatics
The Mathematical Foundation of Informatics
The first international conference organized in Vietnam, which concerns theoretical computer science, was the ICOMIDC Symposium on Mathematics of Computation, held in Ho Chi Minh City in 1988. For the last years great developments have been made in this areas. Therefore, it had become necessary to organize in Vietnam another international...
Fighting Terror in Cyberspace (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence)
Fighting Terror in Cyberspace (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence)
The Internet, or the ARPANET in its original name, was a remarkable idea. The Net was designed in the late 60's by US ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) to connect distant computers to each other. This was a critical need at a time when each computer was a precious resource of computing power, which, if connected, could be shared among...
Problems & Solutions In Scientific Computing With C++ And Java Simulations
Problems & Solutions In Scientific Computing With C++ And Java Simulations
Scientific computing is a collection of tools, techniques and theories required to develop and solve mathematical models in science and engineering on a computer. This timely book provides the various skills and techniques needed in scientific computing. The topics range in difficulty from elementary to advanced, and all the latest fields in...
The Iterated Prisoners' Dilemma: 20 Years on (Advances in Natural Computation)
The Iterated Prisoners' Dilemma: 20 Years on (Advances in Natural Computation)
In 1984, Robert Axelrod reported the results of two iterated prisoner's dilemma (IPD) competitions [Axelrod (1984)]. The booked was to be a catalyst for much of the research in this area since that time. It is unlikely that you would write a scientific paper about IPD, without citing Axelrod's 1984 book. The book is even more remarkable in that it...
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