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Illustrating Pascal
Illustrating Pascal

This book provides an introduction to programming in Pascal for the complete beginner. It starts with the fundamental concept of a stored program and works through to the manipulation of records in dynamic storage. The style of presentation is pictorial, with well-chosen illustrations replacing lengthy descriptions. Besides defining the...

Riddles of the Sphinx and Other Mathematical Puzzle Tales (New Mathematical Library Series/No. 32)
Riddles of the Sphinx and Other Mathematical Puzzle Tales (New Mathematical Library Series/No. 32)
This is the third and final collection of puzzle columns that I contributed to Isaac Asimov' s Science Fiction Magazine over a period of about ten years. The format follows that of two previous anthologies: Science Fiction Puzzle Tales (1981) and Puzzles from Other Worlds (1984).

Each chapter poses a problem answered in the First Answers
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The Lanczos Method: Evolution and Application (Software, Environments and Tools)
The Lanczos Method: Evolution and Application (Software, Environments and Tools)
'I recommend this book to anyone who wants to appreciate the often subtle interactions between algorithm research and engineering applications. For the engineer, it comprehensively summarizes 25 years of intellectual development in the understanding of the basic Lanczos algorithm and its many variants. For the numerical analysts, it describes the...
Robust Statistical Procedures (CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics)
Robust Statistical Procedures (CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics)
When SIAM contacted me about the preparation of a second edition of this booklet, it became clear almost immediately that any attempt to rewrite the booklet would invite the danger of spoiling its purpose. The booklet had served me well as a skeleton and draft outline for my subsequent book Robust Statistics (Wiley, 1981). I...
Bridge to Abstract Mathematics: Mathematical Proof and Structures
Bridge to Abstract Mathematics: Mathematical Proof and Structures
Intended to bridge the gap between the standard calculus sequence and more abstract upper-division mathematics courses, this successful text provides a firm foundation in sets, logic, and mathematical proof methods. The Second Edition includes a smoother transition from the concepts of logic to actual use of these concepts in proving theorems;...
Intelligence: The Eye, the Brain, and the Computer
Intelligence: The Eye, the Brain, and the Computer
This book treats the question of how far we have come in understanding intelligence and in duplicating it mechanically. The major facets of intelligence--reasoning, vision, language and learning are discussed as an approach to contrasting biological intelligence with current computer realizations....
Taxicab Geometry: An Adventure in Non-Euclidean Geometry
Taxicab Geometry: An Adventure in Non-Euclidean Geometry

Develops a simple non-Euclidean geometry and explores some of its practical applications through graphs, research problems, and exercises. Includes selected answers.

This book has a triple purpose: to develop a very simple, concrete non-Euclidean geometry; to explore a few of its many real-world applications; to pose some of the...

Unobstructed Shortest Paths in Polyhedral Environments (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
Unobstructed Shortest Paths in Polyhedral Environments (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

The study of minimum paths on or around polyhedra in Euclidean 3-space is of growing importance in robotics. This work presents new algorithms based on extensions of the Voronoi diagram. Since experience with new algo- rithms is also important, this work also describes a workbench to allow experimentation.

This book is...

The Design of Dynamic Data Structures (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) (v. 156)
The Design of Dynamic Data Structures (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) (v. 156)

In numerous computer applications there is a need of storing large sets of objects in such a way that some questions about those objects can be answered efficiently. Data structures that store such sets of objects can be either static (built for a fixed set of objects) or dynamic (insertions of new objects and deletions of existing objects...

Interpreting anaphors in natural language texts (Ellis Horwood series in artificial intelligence)
Interpreting anaphors in natural language texts (Ellis Horwood series in artificial intelligence)
Perhaps the major obstacle to the development of computer programs capable of the sophisticated processing of natural language is the problem of representing and using the large and varied quantities of world or domain knowledge that are, in general, required. This book describes an attempt to circumvent this obstacle for one...
The elements of artificial intelligence: An introduction using LISP (Principles of computer science series)
The elements of artificial intelligence: An introduction using LISP (Principles of computer science series)
Today there is a growing recognition of computer science as laboratory science. In addition to the mathematical theory that supports techniques in subareas such as artifical intelligence, the student needs to work with actual programs and problems to get a  feel for the technology. This book grew out of the perception that hands-on...
Theory of Linear Operations (North-Holland Mathematical Library)
Theory of Linear Operations (North-Holland Mathematical Library)
The theory of operators, created by V. Volterra, has as its object the study of functions defined on infinite-dimensional spaces. This theory has penetrated several highly important areas of mathematics in an essential way: suffice it to recall that the theory of integral equations and the calculus of variations are included as special cases within...
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