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Probability And Information – Yaglom, Yaglom
In this post, we will see the book Probability And Information by A. M. Yaglom; I. M. Yaglom. About the book The present book, designed for a wide circle of readers (familiarity with mathematics up to high school level suffices … Continue reading
The USSR Olympiad Problem Book – Shklarsky, Chentzov, Yaglom
In this post, we will see the book The USSR Olympiad Problem Book by D. O. Shklarsky, N. N. Chentzov and I. M. Yaglom. About the book This book contains 320 unconventional problems in algebra, arithmetic, elementary number theory, and … Continue reading
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Tagged data processing methods, distributions of random variables, entropy, information, limit theorems, markov processes, mathematics, probability theory, problem book, problems and solutions, random events, random functions, random variables, soviet, statistics
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Problems In Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics And Theory Of Random Functions – Sveshnikov
In this post, we will see the book Problems In Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics And Theory Of Random Functions by A. A. Sveshnikov. About the book Students at all levels of study in the theory of probability and in the … Continue reading
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Tagged data processing methods, distributions of random variables, entropy, information, limit theorems, markov processes, mathematics, probability theory, problem book, problems and solutions, random events, random functions, random variables, soviet, statistics
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Mathematical Foundations of Information Theory – Khinchin
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical foundations of Information Theory by A. I. Khinchin. About the book The book is a translation of two papers written by the Russian mathematician, A. I. Khinchin, for the expository journal … Continue reading
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Tagged coding theory, concept of channel, entropy, ergodic sources, ergodic theory, feinstein fundamental lemma, feinstein inequality, information, markov chains, mathematics, noise, shanon's inequality, shanon's theorems, uniqueness theorem
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Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, Kinetics – Rumer, Ryvkin
In this post, we will see the book Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and Kinetics by Yu. B. Rumer and M. Sh. Ryvkin About the book This book is intended for readers taking up the study of thermodynamics, statistical physics and kinetics. … Continue reading
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Tagged adiabatic potential, boseeinstein distribution, degenerate gases, energy quantization, entropy, equilibrium states, fermidirac distribution, fluctuations, gibbs method, ideal gas, interacting particles, irreversibility, isothermal potential, maxwellboltzmann gas, mir books, mir publishers, nonequilibrium thermodynamics, phase transitions, physics, plasmas, statistical physics, thermal radiation, thermodynamics
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The Differential Equations of Thermodynamics – Sychev
In this post, we will see the book The Differential Equations of Thermodynamics by V. V. Sychev. About the book Thermodynamics, as is known, is constructed quite simply. Two of its main laws have been established experimentally, and by applying … Continue reading
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Tagged boundary curves, clausiusclapeyron equations, complex thermodynamic systems, critical point, differential equations, entropy, first law of thermodynamics, flow processes, gibbshelmholtz equations, heat capacities, isentrope, isolines, mathematical physics, maxwell equations, phase transitions, physics, second law of thermodynamics, simple systems, thermodynamic potentials, thermodynamic systems, theromodynamics
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Molecular Physics – Matveev
In this post we will see Molecular Physics by A. N. Matveev. In the past we have seen Mechanics and Theory of Relativity, Electricity and Magnetism and Optics. About the book The book also contains material not covered by traditional … Continue reading
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Tagged crystals, entropy, gas laws, gases, liquids, matvev, maxwell distribution, mir books, molecules, physics, solids, specific heat, symmetry, thermodynamics, transport
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The World Is Built On Probability – Tarasov
YOU WON’T REGRET READING THIS BOOK We now come to much awaited book by Lev Tarasov The World Is Built On Probability. And this post also is the 200th post on Mirtitles! Thanks to all who helped and encouraged!! From … Continue reading
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Tagged causality, classical physics, darwin, decisions, entropy, evolution, feedback, laws, mathematics, maxwell's demon, mutation, natural selection, physics, probability, quantum mechanics, randomness, self control, statistical testing, statistics, wave function
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Energy and Entropy – Alekseev
This title has been quite in demand, and rightly so! This is one of the most wonderful books that I have come across. So here it is!! Energy and Entropy by G. A. Alekseev Back cover of the book says: … Continue reading
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Tagged conversion, energy, entropy, forces, machines, negentropy, thermodynamics
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