This is the third edition of Zombeck's excellent handbook - and it was long overdue. It is an invaluable resource for students and academics in the field of space science and astrophysics. The layout is clean and information is easy to find. As well as covering all the standard topics one might expect in such a book, there are some interesting extras such as permissible raditation doses. Be warned though, there are relatively few exp...

This book is a practical introduction to uncertainty propagation. It is very clear. I strongly recommend it for people that want to learn the basics of this field. It will be most useful to experimenters, both beginners and experienced ones.

Simplified Algebra (Volume 1 and 2) serves as a useful companion for students in high schools, colleges and universities. It is a valuable tool for students who want to write entrance test or exam into colleges and other higher institutions of learning. As the name implies, this book is so simplified such that a student can teach himself algebra without the guidance of a teacher. It contains numerous worked examples and many self-ass...

Most of the topics in applied mathematics dealt with in this handbook can be grouped rather loosely under the term analysis. They involve results and techniques which experience has shown to be of utility in a very broad variety of applications. Although care has been taken to collect certain basic results in convenient form, it is not the purpose of this handbook to duplicate the excellent collections of tables and formulas availabl...

"This book is the result of a seminar series entitled "Mathematical relationships: identities and participation" held in the UK some years ago. The six seminars brought together a number of researchers and practitioners working in the areas of mathematics education. A wide body of research indicates that mathematics can be made more accessible in classrooms which encourage exploration, negotiation, and ownership of knowledge and thei...

This Research Note addresses several pivotal problems in spectral theory and nonlinear functional analysis in connection with the analysis of the structure of the set of zeroes of a general class of nonlinear operators. It features the construction of an optimal algebraic/analytic invariant for calculating the Leray-Schauder degree, new methods for solving nonlinear equations in Banach spaces, and general properties of components of ...

This Research Note addresses several pivotal problems in spectral theory and nonlinear functional analysis in connection with the analysis of the structure of the set of zeroes of a general class of nonlinear operators. It features the construction of an optimal algebraic/analytic invariant for calculating the Leray-Schauder degree, new methods for solving nonlinear equations in Banach spaces, and general properties of components of ...

I purchased this (ebook) and logic and math for our homeschool. I really like how these books are set up, showing how and strategy. We will be using a few problems a day to help with math and critical thinking in a fun way. My non math loving daughter is excited and is already coming up with her own problems. I am excited to see these skills improve and also cross over to other critical thinking areas with the strategies learned.

A valuable text for physicists, covering fundamental concepts of group theory in an easy to understand manner. Concepts are discussed with the help of solved problems and real-life applications.

Dan Hamilton received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University and Master’s degree, also in Electrical Engineering, from the University of Texas at Austin. He has taught a number of math and engineering courses as a visiting lecturer at the University of Oklahoma, Department of Mathematics, and as a faculty member at Rose State College, Department of Engineering Technology, at Midwest City, Oklahoma. H...