Integral Transforms and Their Applications, Second Edition Keeping the style, content, and focus that made the first edition a bestseller, Integral Transforms and their Applications, Second Edition stresses the development of analytical skills rather than the importance of more abstract formulation. The authors provide a working knowledge of the analytical methods required in pure and applied mathematics,... On the Shoulders of Giants: A Course in Single Variable Calculus
This book presents an innovative treatment of single variable calculus designed as an introductory mathematics textbook for engineering and science students. The subject material is developed by modelling physical problems, some of which would normally be encountered by students as experiments in a first year physics course. The solutions of...
MDX with SSAS 2012 Cookbook
69 practical recipes to analyze multidimensional data stored in SSAS 2012 cubes, using high-performance MDX calculations and flexible MDX queries
A wide range of time-related, context-aware, and business-related calculations
Combine MDX with utility dimensions
Updating Logical Databases (Cambridge Tracts in Theoretical Computer Science)
This book tackles the problems of update algorithms for databases. How can one construct and maintain a database of facts, capable of incorporating new information and getting rid of all outdated information, and yet in the process not disturb any other information in the database? The author has produced a formal method of specifying the... OLAP Solutions: Building Multidimensional Information Systems OLAP enables users to access information from multidimensional data warehouses almost instantly, to view information in any way they like, and to cleanly specify and carry out sophisticated calculations. Although many commercial OLAP tools and products are now available, OLAP is still a difficult and complex technology to master.
... Getting Acquainted With Fractals The first instance of pre-computer fractals was noted by the French mathematician Gaston Julia. He wondered what a complex polynomial function would look like, such as the ones named after him (in the form of z2 + c, where c is a complex constant with real and imaginary parts). The idea behind this formula is that one takes the x and y coordinates...
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