Wavelet Transforms Kith and Kin
Mathematical Modeling the Life Sciences Numerical Recipes in Python and MATLAB®
Abstract Algebra A First Course
Geometry and Its Applications
The Elements of Advanced Mathematics
Real Analysis and Foundations
Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computation
By Firdous A. Shah, Azhar Y. Tantary
October 25, 2022
This textbook serves as an introduction to contemporary aspects of time-frequency analysis encompassing the theory of Fourier transforms, wavelet transforms and their respective off-shoots. This book is the first of its kind totally devoted for the treatment of continuous signals and also ...
By N. G. Cogan
September 02, 2022
The purpose of this unique textbook is to bridge the gap between the need for numerical solutions to modelling techniques through computer simulations to develop skill in employing sensitivity analysis to biological and life sciences applications. The underpinning mathematics is minimalized....
By William P. Fox, Robert E. Burks
July 25, 2022
Mathematical modeling is a powerful craft that requires practice. The more practice the better one will become in executing the art. The authors wrote this book to develop the craft of mathematical modeling and to foster a desire for lifelong learning, habits of mind and develop competent and ...
By Vladimir A. Dobrushkin
July 22, 2022
This book started as a collection of lecture notes for a course in differential equations taught by the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University. To some extent, it is a result of collective insights given by almost every instructor who taught such a course over the last 15 years. ...
By Stephen Lovett
July 05, 2022
When a student of mathematics studies abstract algebra, he or she inevitably faces questions in the vein of, "What is abstract algebra" or "What makes it abstract?" Algebra, in its broadest sense, describes a way of thinking about classes of sets equipped with binary operations. In high school ...
By Walter J. Meyer
June 20, 2022
This unique textbook combines traditional geometry presents a contemporary approach that is grounded in real-world applications. It balances the deductive approach with discovery learning, introduces axiomatic, Euclidean and non-Euclidean, and transformational geometry. The text integrates ...
By Steven G. Krantz
June 03, 2022
This book has enjoyed considerable use and appreciation during its first four editions. With hundreds of students having learned out of early editions, the author continues to find ways to modernize and maintain a unique presentation. What sets the book apart is the excellent writing style, ...
By Steven G. Krantz
May 30, 2022
Differential equations is one of the oldest subjects in modern mathematics. It was not long after Newton and Leibniz invented the calculus that Bernoulli and Euler and others began to consider the heat equation and the wave equation of mathematical physics. Newton himself solved differential ...
By Steven G. Krantz
May 27, 2022
Through four editions this popular textbook attracted a loyal readership and widespread use. Students find the book to be concise, accessible, and complete. Instructors find the book to be clear, authoritative, and dependable. The primary goal of this new edition remains the same as in previous ...
By Danilo R. Diedrichs, Stephen Lovett
May 23, 2022
This unique and contemporary text not only offers an introduction to proofs with a view towards algebra and analysis, a standard fare for a transition course, but also presents practical skills for upper-level mathematics coursework and exposes undergraduate students to the context and culture of ...
By Jeffery J. Leader
May 12, 2022
This is an introductory single-term numerical analysis text with a modern scientific computing flavor. It offers an immediate immersion in numerical methods featuring an up-to-date approach to computational matrix algebra and an emphasis on methods used in actual software packages, always ...
By Mark J. DeBonis
March 15, 2022
Introduction to Linear Algebra: Computation, Application, and Theory is designed for students who have never been exposed to the topics in a linear algebra course. The text is ﬁlled with interesting and diverse application sections but is also a theoretical text which aims to train students to do ...