





Finite Element Methods for EngineersThe advent of highspeed electronic digital computers has given tremendous impetus to all numerical methods for solving engineering problems. Finite element methods form one of the most versatile classes of such methods, and were originally developed in the field of structural analysis. They are, however, equally applicable to continuum mechanics...     Theory of Linear Operations (NorthHolland Mathematical Library)The theory of operators, created by V. Volterra, has as its object the study of functions defined on infinitedimensional spaces. This theory has penetrated several highly important areas of mathematics in an essential way: suffice it to recall that the theory of integral equations and the calculus of variations are included as special cases within... 

Quantum Magnetism (Lecture Notes in Physics)Putting the quantum into magnetism might, at first sight, seem like stating the obvious; the exchange interactions leading to collective magnetic behavior are, after all, a pure quantum effect. Yet, for many phenomena in magnetism this underlying quantum nature may be safely ignored at least on the qualitative level. The investigation of magnetic...   Why Does E=mc2?: (And Why Should We Care?)
The most accessible, entertaining, and enlightening explanation of the bestknown physics equation in the world, as rendered by two of today’s leading scientists.
Professor Brian Cox and Professor Jeff Forshaw go on a journey to the frontier of 21st century science to consider the real meaning behind the iconic sequence of...   Computational Geometry: An Introduction Through Randomized Algorithms
This introduction to computational geometry is designed for beginners. It emphasizes simple randomized methods, developing basic principles with the help of planar applications, beginning with deterministic algorithms and shifting to randomized algorithms as the problems become more complex. It also explores higher dimensional advanced... 


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