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It is intended for a student who, while not yet very familiar with abstract reasoning, is willing to study more rigorous mathematics that is presented in a “cookbook style” calculus type course.

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It is intended for a student who, while not yet very familiar with abstract reasoning, is willing to study more rigorous mathematics that is presented in a “cookbook style” calculus type course.

Read Moreby John | Dec 9, 2018 | Mathematics | 0 |

This text contains sufficient material for a one-semester course in mathematical algorithms, for second year mathematics students. The course requires some exposure to the basic concepts of discrete mathematics, but no computing experience.

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This is a calculus textbook at the college Freshman level based on Abraham Robinson’s infinitesimals. Robinson’s modern infinitesimal approach puts the intuitive ideas of the founders of the calculus on a mathematically sound footing, and is easier for beginners to understand than the more common approach via epsilon, delta definitions.

Read Moreby John | Nov 30, 2018 | Mathematics | 0 |

These books are at the first-year graduate level or a little higher, depending on one’s university. The list includes basic & advanced algrebra and basic & advanced real analysis.

Read Moreby John | Nov 27, 2018 | Computers and Internet, Mathematics | 0 |

Since the research on text algorithms continues, it is not possible to have a book that completely covers the area. Looking at the table of contents of this book, its fifteen chapters cover nicely many of the major developments in the field. Crochemore and Rytter have succeeded in producing a textbook that is as thorough as it is timely.

Read Moreby John | Nov 25, 2018 | Computers and Internet, Mathematics, Programming | 0 |

Written by two of the leading researchers in the area, this engaging and accessible book is unique in covering the diverse foundations of multiagent systems, including logic. Its extensive treatment of the interplay between computer science and game theory will define how the subject should be taught.

Read Moreby John | Nov 23, 2018 | Mathematics, Programming | 0 |

This book emphasizes two important areas. First, it reviews the framework within which computer science and the study of algorithms and data structures must fit, in particular, the reasons why we need to study these topics and how understanding these topics helps us to become better problem solvers. Second, we review the Python programming language.

Read Moreby John | Nov 21, 2018 | Mathematics | 0 |

Calculus Made Easy is a book where students will learn and grasp the true essence of calculus without any added fluff or overt technicality. Most college calculus texts weigh a ton; this one does not – it just gets to the point.

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This book is meant to provide an introduction to vectors, matrices, and least squares methods, basic topics in applied linear algebra. Our goal is to give the beginning student, with little or no prior exposure to linear algebra, a good grounding in the basic ideas, as well as an appreciation for how they are used in many applications.

Read Moreby John | Nov 17, 2018 | Computers and Internet, Mathematics | 0 |

Mining of Massive Datasets focuses on data mining of very large amounts of data, that is, data so large it does not fit in main memory. This book also takes an algorithmic point of view: data mining is about applying algorithms to data, rather than using data to ‘train’ a machine-learning engine of some sort.

Read Moreby John | Nov 17, 2018 | Computers and Internet, Mathematics | 0 |

Why is this book different from all other books on mathematical probability and statistics? The key aspect is the book’s consistently applied approach, especially important for engineering students.

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These lecture notes were translated from the Finnish lecture notes for the TUT course ‘Matemaattinen kryptologia’. The laborious bulk translation was taken care of by the students Jussi Kangas (visiting from the University of Tampere) and Paul Coughlan (visiting from the University of Dublin, Trinity College).

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