Introduction to Nonlinear Physics This textbook provides an introduction to the new science of nonlinear physics for advanced undergraduates, beginning graduate students, and researchers entering the field. The chapters, by pioneers and experts in the field, share a unified perspective. Nonlinear science developed out of the increasing ability to investigate and analyze systems for... Introduction to Numerical Geodynamic Modelling
Numerical modelling of geodynamic processes was predominantly the domain of high-level mathematicians experienced in numerical and computational techniques. Now, for the first time, students and new researchers in the Earth Sciences can learn the basic theory and applications from a single, accessible reference text. Assuming only minimal...
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...
Making Things Move DIY Mechanisms for Inventors, Hobbyists, and Artists
A unique guide to practical mechanical design principles and their applications
In Making Things Move, you'll learn how to build moving mechanisms through non-technical explanations, examples, and do-it-yourself projects--from art installations to toys to labor-saving devices. The projects include a drawing machine,...
Advances in Mobile Radio Access Networks This book gives a comprehensive overview of the technologies for the advances of
mobile radio access networks. The topics covered include linear transmitters,
superconducting filters and cryogenic radio frequency (RF) front head, radio over
fiber, software radio base stations, mobile terminal positioning, high speed
The Man Who Loved Only Numbers
An affectionate if impressionistic portrayal of one of the century's greatest and strangest mathematicians. Though little known among nonmathematicians, Erdos, who died in 1996 at age 83, was a legend among his colleagues. According to Hoffman (Archimedes' Revenge, 1988), the Hungarian was so devoted to mathematics that he went without...
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