



Theoretical PhysicsClassic onevolume treatise covers mathematical topics needed by theoretical and experimental physicists (vector analysis, calculus of variations, etc.), followed by extensive coverage of mechanics, electromagnetic theory, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, and nuclear physics. Indispensable reference for graduates and undergraduates.
...   Database Annotation in Molecular Biology: Principles and PracticeTwo factors dominate current molecular biology: the amount of raw data is increasing very rapidly and successful applications in biomedical research require carefully curated and annotated databases. The quality of the data  especially nucleic acid sequences  is satisfactory; however, annotations depend on features inferred from the data...   Exploring Monte Carlo Methods
Exploring Monte Carlo Methods is a basic text that describes the numerical methods that have come to be known as "Monte Carlo." The book treats the subject generically through the first eight chapters and, thus, should be of use to anyone who wants to learn to use Monte Carlo. The next two chapters focus on applications in nuclear... 

Physics For Dummies (Math & Science)Does just thinking about the laws of motion make your head spin? Does studying electricity short your circuits? Do the complexities of thermodynamics cool your enthusiasm?
Thanks to this book, you don’t have to be Einstein to understand physics. As you read about Newton’s Laws, Kepler’s Laws, Hooke’s Law, Ohm’s...   Introductory Nuclear PhysicsIn the half dozen years or so since the first publication of Introductory Nuclear Physics, there have been several new developments and changes in the emphasis in the field. This, together with the enthusiastic feedback from colleagues and students, makes it imperative to publish a new edition.
For an active topic of research, a textbook...   The Fundamental Constants: A Mystery of PhysicsThe speed of light, the fine structure constant, and Newton's constant of gravity  these are just three among the many physical constants that define our picture of the world. Where do they come from? Are they constant in time and across space? In this book, physicist and author Harald Fritzsch invites the reader to explore the mystery of the... 


  Complex Robotic Systems (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences)Robotic systems have proved themselves to be of increasing importance and are widely adopted to substitute for humans in repetitive or hazardous situations. Their diffusion has outgrown the limits of industrial applications in manufacturing systems to co ver all aspects of exploration and servicing in hostile environments such as undersea, outer...   


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