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Computational Mathematics – Demidov, Maron
In this post, we will see the bookComputational Mathematics by B. P. Demidovich and I. A. Maron. About the book The basic aim of this book is to give as far as possible a systematic and modern presentation of the most important … Continue reading
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Little Mathematics Library – The Monte Carlo Method
We now come to The Monte Carlo Method by I. M. Sobol in the Little Mathematics Library series. The book has a random number table as one of the appendices, which is sort of out dated, when we have access … Continue reading
Science for Everyone – Physics and Geometry of Disorder – Percolation Theory
We now come to another gem in the Science For Everyone series, Physics and Geometry of Disorder – Percolation Theory by A. L. Efros. From the back cover: This book is about percolation theory and its various applications, which occur mostly … Continue reading