



Theory of Relational DatabasesThis book is a revision and extension of notes I wrote for a graduate seminar in relational database theory given at Stony Brook. The purpose of that course was to give students enough background in relational database theory to enable them to understand the current research being done in the field. I have not attempted to be exhaustive in covering...   The Fractal Geometry of NatureImagine an equilateral triangle. Now, imagine smaller equilateral triangles perched in the center of each side of the original triangleyou have a Star of David. Now, place still smaller equilateral triangles in the center of each of the star's 12 sides. Repeat this process infinitely and you have a Koch snowflake, a mindbending geometric...   Refrigeration and Air ConditioningThis text pretends the analytical statement of the refrigeration and acondiontioning air jumps straightforward. And today, more than ever, specially in these times in which the environmental concerns are subject of first degree in every corner of the world.
How is it possible maintain the wished equilibrium between comfort and... 


Computer Algebra: Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (Computing Supplementa)
The journal Computing has established a series of supplement volumes the fourth
of which appears this year. Its purpose is to provide a coherent presentation of a
new topic in a single volume. The previous subjects were Computer Arithmetic
1977, Fundamentals of Numerical Computation 1980, and Parallel Processes and
Related Automata...   Better English (English Guides)
Glossy Paperback. UsBorne book. A couple of light hairline creases on the bottom right corner and top right corner from usage. The spine is tight and straight. The pages are clean and free of markings. Robyn Gee & Carol Watson, authors. Designed and illustrated by Kim Blundell. First published in 1983 by UsBorne Publishing Ltd. This is a...   SymmetrySTARTING from the somewhat vague notion of symmetry = harmony of proportions, these four lectures gradually develop first the geometric concept of symmetry in its several forms, as bilateral, translatory, rotational, ornamental and crystallographic symmetry, etc., and finally rise to the general idea underlying all these special forms, namely that... 



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