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Introductory Mathematics for Engineers – Myškis
In this post, we will see the book Introductory Mathematics for Engineers: Lectures in Higher Mathematics by A. D. Myškis. The book is around 800 pages and is very exhaustive in the number of topics it deals in. Starting from functions and … Continue reading
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Tagged analytic geometry, complex numbers, continuity, definite integral, Derivatives, determinants, differential equations, differentials, euler's equation, fourier series, fourier transformation, functions, graphs, higher, hilbert space, indefinite integral, interpolation, limits, linear operators, mathematics, matrices, mir books, multiple integrals, partial derivatives, probability, random variables, roots of equations, scalars, series, several variables, solid analytic geometry, systems of linear algebraic equations, triple product, variables, vectors
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Elements Of Applied Mathematics – Zeldovich, Myskis
In this post, we will see the book Elements Of Applied Mathematics by Ya. B. Zeldovich and A. D. Myskis. This book is not a textbook in the ordinary sense of the word but rather a reader in the mathematical sciences. Using … Continue reading
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Tagged calculus of variation, complex variables, delta function, differential equations, differentiation, field theory, fourier transformation, functions, integration, mathematics, numerical methods, probability, series, vector product, vectors, zeldovich
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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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Theory of Probability – Gnedenko
We will now see Theory of Probability by B. V. Gnedenko. This book aims to give an exposition of the fundamentals of the theory of probability, a mathematical science that treats of the regularities of random phenomena. This book was … Continue reading
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Probability Theory (first steps)
We now come to a small booklet by E. S. Wentzel titled Probability Theory (first steps). The back cover of the book says: The author of this booklet describes in popular language how probability theory was developed and found wide … Continue reading
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Tagged applications, frequency, probability, problems, random variables, tamil, theory, wentzel
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Did You Say Mathematics?
We have seen one book by Yakov Khurgin previously in the Science for Everyone series named Yes, No Or Maybe . Now we come to another book by him with the title Did You Say Mathematics? The back cover of … Continue reading
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Tagged engineering, information, khurgin, mathematics, popular science, probability, rubber sheet, science, story of mathematics
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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