



An Introduction to Matrices, Sets and Groups for Science StudentsTHIS book is written primarily for undergraduate students of science and engineering, and presents an elementary introduction to some of the major branches of modern algebra  namely, matrices, sets and groups. Of these three topics, matrices are of especial importance at undergraduate level, and consequently more space is devoted to their study...   The Soft Science of Road Racing Motorcycles
If your intention is to improve, not just pick up some "tricks," you
should understand exactly what is going on with the most mportant part
of the riding package, the rider. After all. whether your bike works well
or not is measured in ten/thousandths of inches and millimeters, that's
how far machine technology has...   Handbook of Electronics Tables and Formulas
A technical electronics reference. This is the reference for engineers, technicians, and hobbyists involved in the field of electronics. Contains computer programs calculating many electrical and electronic functions; covers equations and formulas; discusses laws, constants and standards, and codes; and presents service and installation data,... 

HilbertCourant
If the life of any 20th century mathematician can be said to be a history of mathematics in his time, it is that of David Hilbert. To the enchanted young mathematicians and physicists who flocked to study with him in Goettingen before and between the World Wars, he seemed mathematics personified, the very air around him"scientifically...   Computers & Typesetting, Volume A: The TeXbookThis guide to computer typesetting using TeX is written by Donald Knuth, the system's creator. TeX offers both writers and publishers the ability to produce plain or technical text, especially text containing a great deal of mathematics, comparable to the work of the finest printers. Novice and expert alike will find The TeXbook useful; it is...   Microcomputer Quantum MechanicsHow sad to learn a language and then to have nothing to say. This is, however, a very common situation in computing. Students learn how to write simple programs, but there is often nothing upon which they can test their newfound skills and no way of building upon their experience by using the computer on real or even realistic problems. Dr... 




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