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Elementary Textbook on Physics Vol 1 – Landsberg
In this post, we will see Elementary Textbook on Physics – Volume 1 – Mechanics, Heat and Molecular Physics edited by G. S. Landsberg. About the book: Volume 1 covers aspects of basic mechanics and fluid mechanics (both statics and dynamics), … Continue reading
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Tagged Aerostatics, Curvilinear Motion, dynamics, Elasticity and Strength, Fluid Dynamics, heat, Heat Engines, high school, Hydrostatics, kinematics, Law of Energy Conservation, mir books, mir publishers, Molecular Theory, Motion in Noninertial Reference Systems and inertial Forces, physics, Physics of the Atmosphere, Properties of Gases, Properties of Liquids, Properties of Solids, Properties of Vapours, random, statics, Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids, Transition from Solid to Liquid State, work, Work and Energy
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ABC’s of Quantum Mechanics – Rydnik
In this post, we will see the book ABC’s of Quantum Mechanics by V. Rydnik. About the book: This book will tell you about the origin and development of quantum mechanics, about its new concepts. It will describe how the … Continue reading
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Tagged atoms, black body radiation, bohr's theory, crystals, de brgolie waves, elementary particles, heat theory, history, mir books, models, molecules, nuclear physics, physics, probability, quanta, quantum mechanics, wave function
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Man and Nature – Fedorov
In this post, we will see the book Man and Nature by E. Fedorov. About the book The book explores the aspect of development from the perspective of the relationship of humanity to nature. The author links these to a … Continue reading
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Tagged civilization, development, earth, energy, environment, future, humanity, man, nature, nonrenewable, peace, pollution, population explosion, renewable, resources, society, sustainable, technology, war
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Equality, Resemblance and Order – Schreider
In this post, we will see the book Equality, Resemblance, and Order by Ju. A. Schreider. About the book This book tells how one may formally describe properties of the wellknown relations mentioned in the title. This example is used to … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, binary, distributions, equations, equivalence, functions, geometric objects, high school mathematics, homomorphism, identity, mathematical linguistics, mathematics, mir books, models, operations, order, relations, resemblance, set theory, syntactical structures, tree orders
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Operations Research – Wentzel
In this post, we will see the book Operations Research: A Methodological Approach by Elena S. Wentzel. About the book The aim of this book is to present in a widely appealing form the subject matter and methods of operations … Continue reading
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Tagged decision making, dynamic programming, game theory, kolmogorov balance, linear programming, markov processes, mathematics, methods, mir books, mir publishers, models, operations research, principle of optimality, probability theory, queueing models, queueing theory, sampling, state equations, statistical decision, statistical modelingm random processes, transportation problem, uncertainity
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