



Ars Magna or the Rules of AlgebraIt has often been pointed out that three of the greatest masterpieces of science created during the Rinascimento appeared in print almost simultaneously: Copernicus, De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium (1543) ; Vesalius, De Fabrica Humani Corporis (1543), and finally Girolamo Cardano, Artis Magnae Sive de Regulis Algebraicis (1545). But while the...   ObjectOriented Analysis and Design with Applications (2nd Edition)In this eagerly awaited second edition, Grady Booch draws upon the rich and varied results of those projects and offers improved methods for object development and a new, unified notation. With numerous examples implemented in C++, Booch illustrates essential concepts, explains the method, and shows successful applications in a variety of fields....   A History of Mathematical NotationsThis classic study notes the first appearance of a mathematical symbol and its origin, the competition it encountered, its spread among writers in different countries, its rise to popularity, its eventual decline or ultimate survival. The author’s coverage of obsolete notations—and what we can learn from them—is as comprehensive... 


ObjectOriented System DevelopmentObjectoriented (OO) programming has a growing number of converts. Many people believe that object orientation will put a dent in the software crisis. There is a glimmer of hope that OO software development will become more like engineering. Objects, whatever they are now, may become for software what nuts, bolts and beams are for construction...   Learn Microsoft Assembler in a Day (Popular Applications)This book is for anyone who wants to learn the basics of programming a PC in its native tongue, which is the 80X86 Assembly language. It discusses practical working code for dealing with specifics of the PC DOS software environment using the Microsoft Macro Assembler 6.0. This book can be very useful as a starting guide to use with your macro...   Linear Programming: An Introduction with Applications
This book is aimed at freshman, sophomores, and juniors in college who
are even remotely interested in some of the current applications of
mathematics to the real world. The difficulty with most of the other linear
programming books on the market is that they are high end books, written
primarily in a fairly rigorous fashion... 



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