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Computer Algebra Recipes For Mathematical Physics

Author: Richard H. Enns
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 081764427X
Size: 49.62 MB
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* Uses a pedagogical approach that makes a mathematically challenging subject easier and more fun to learn * Self-contained and standalone text that may be used in the classroom, for an online course, for self-study, as a reference * Using MAPLE allows the reader to easily and quickly change the models and parameters

Computer Algebra Recipes

Author: Richard Enns
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461301718
Size: 79.81 MB
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Computer algebra systems allow students to work on mathematical models more efficiently than in the case of pencil and paper. The use of such systems also leads to fewer errors and enables students to work on complex and computationally intensive models. Aimed at undergraduates in their second or third year, this book is filled with examples from a wide variety of disciplines, including biology, economics, medicine, engineering, game theory, physics, and chemistry. The text includes a large number of Maple(R) recipes.

Computer Algebra Recipes

Author: Richard H. Enns
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387493336
Size: 57.36 MB
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This book presents a large number of computer algebra worksheets or "recipes" that have been designed using MAPLE to provide tools for problem solving and to stimulate critical thinking. No prior knowledge of MAPLE is necessary. All relevant commands are introduced on a need-to-know basis and are indexed for easy reference. Each recipe features a scientific model or method and an interesting or amusing story designed to both entertain and enhance concept comprehension and retention.

Introduction To Chaos And Coherence

Author: J Froyland
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780750301954
Size: 29.76 MB
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Introduction to Chaos and Coherence provides a clear introduction to the theory of chaotic systems, with a minimum of mathematical complexity. Used extensively in this color-illustrated book, Lyapunov exponents are convenient tools for exploring models of chaotic systems. Aimed primarily at advanced undergraduate students of physics and applied math, the book will also be of value to anyone with an interest in a mathematical approach to their subject, in particular, chemists, astronomers, and life and earth scientists.

Conf Rence Mosh Flato 1999

Author: Giuseppe Dito
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401512760
Size: 38.28 MB
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These two volumes constitute the Proceedings of the `Conférence Moshé Flato, 1999'. Their spectrum is wide but the various areas covered are, in fact, strongly interwoven by a common denominator, the unique personality and creativity of the scientist in whose honor the Conference was held, and the far-reaching vision that underlies his scientific activity. With these two volumes, the reader will be able to take stock of the present state of the art in a number of subjects at the frontier of current research in mathematics, mathematical physics, and physics. Volume I is prefaced by reminiscences of and tributes to Flato's life and work. It also includes a section on the applications of sciences to insurance and finance, an area which was of interest to Flato before it became fashionable. The bulk of both volumes is on physical mathematics, where the reader will find these ingredients in various combinations, fundamental mathematical developments based on them, and challenging interpretations of physical phenomena. Audience: These volumes will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in a variety of domains, ranging from abstract mathematics to theoretical physics and other applications. Some parts will be accessible to proficient undergraduate students, and even to persons with a minimum of scientific knowledge but enough curiosity.