





Recursive Methods in Economic DynamicsA magnificent work that is bound to have immense influence on the ways economists think about dynamic systems for many years to come. My own guess is that this book will eventually acquire the stature, say, of Hicks's Value and Capital or Samuelson's Foundations. Thomas J. Sargent, Hoover Institution
The...     An Introduction to Numerical Analysis
This introduction to numerical analysis was written for students in mathematics,
the physical sciences, and engineering, at the upper undergraduate to beginning
graduate level. Prerequisites for using the text are elementary calculus, linear
algebra, and an introduction to differential equations. The student's level of... 

Electromagnetic Fields and EnergyWe are fortunate that electromagnetic aspects of engineering systems are accurately described by remarkably concise and general laws. Yet, a price paid for the generality of Maxwell's equations is the effort required to make these laws of practical use to the engineer who is not only analyzing, but synthesizing and inventing. Key to the...   Dynamical Systems and Fractals: Computer Graphics Experiments with PascalThis study of chaos, fractals and complex dynamics is intended for anyone familiar with computers. While keeping the mathematics to a simple level with few formulas, the reader is introduced to an area of current scientific research that was scarcely possible until the availability of computers. The book is divided into two main parts; the...   Switchmode Power Supply HandbookThe bestselling referencepacked with essential new material! The leading handson guide in this rapidly expanding area of electronics, Keith Billing's revision of the Switchmode Power Supply Handbook brings additional stateoftheart techniques and developments to engineers at all levels. Offering sound working knowledge of the latest in... 


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