




Oscillators Simplified, With Sixty One Projects0 NE OF THE MOST BASIC OF ALL ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS IS THE oscilator, or signal generator. Virtually all electronics systems incorporate at least one such circuit.
While information on signal generators is not tenibly hard to find, there has been no single source devoted to the oscillator until now.
This book tells you all...   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.
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Challenging Mathematical Problems With Elementary Solutions (Volume 2)This volume contains seventyfour problems. The statements of the problems are given first, followed by a section giving complete solutions. Answers and hints are given at the end of the book. For most of the problems the reader is advised to find a solution by himself. After solving the problem, he should check his answer against the one given...   Challenging Mathematical Problems With Elementary Solutions, Vol. 1
Over 170 challenging problems ranging from the relatively simple to the extremely difficult. Volume 1 contains 100 problems on probability theory and combinatorial analysis.
This book is the first of a twovolume translation and adaptation of a wellknown Russian problem book entitled NonElementary Problems in an...   Brains, Machines, and Mathematics
This is a book whose time has comeagain. The first edition (published by McGrawHill in 1964) was written in 1962, and it celebrated a number of approaches to developing an automata theory that could provide insights into the processing of information in brainlike machines, making it accessible to readers with no more than a college... 

Unix Text Processing (Hayden Books UNIX library system)Many people think of computers primarily as “number crunchers,” and think of word processors as generating form letters and boilerplate proposals. That computers can be used productively by writers, not just research scientists, accountants, and secretaries, is not so widely recognized. Today, writers not only work with words, they work...     What Does It All Mean?: A Very Short Introduction to Philosophy
Should the hard questions of philosophy matter to ordinary people? In this downtoearth, nonhistorical guide, Thomas Nagel, the distinguished author of Mortal Questions and The View From Nowhere, brings philosophical problems to life, revealing in vivid, accessible prose why they have continued to fascinate and baffle... 


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