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Title:Data Analysis [electronic resource] : Statistical and Computational Methods for Scientists and Engineers
Author(s): Siegmund Brandt
Date:2014
Edition:4th ed. 2014
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
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Note:The fourth edition of this successful textbook presents a comprehensive introduction to statistical and numerical methods for the evaluation of empirical and experimental data. Equal weight is given to statistical theory andpractical problems. The co ncise mathematical treatment of the subject matter is illustrated by many examples, and for the present edition a library of Java programs has been developed. It comprises methods of numerical data analysisand graphical representation as well as many exam ple programs and solutions to programming problems. The programs (source code, Java classes, and documentation) and extensive appendices to the main text are available for free downloadfrom the books page at www.springer.com. Contents Probabilities. Rando m variables. Random numbers and the Monte Carlo Method. Statistical distributions (binomial, Gauss, Poisson). Samples. Statistical tests. Maximum Likelihood.Least Squares. Regression. Minimization. Analysis of Variance. Time series analysis. Audience The book is conceived both as an introduction and as a work of reference. In particular it addresses itself to students, scientists andpractitioners in science and engineering as a help in the analysis of their data in laboratory courses, working for bachelor or master degrees, in thesis work, and in research and professional work. The book is concise, but gives asufficiently rigorous mathematical treatment of practical statistical methods for data analysis it can be of great use to all who are involved with data analysis. Physicalia This lively and erudite treatise covers the theory ofthe main statistical tools and their practical applicationsa first rate university textbook, and good background material for the practicing physicist. Physics Bulletin The Aut hor Siegmund Brandt is Emeritus Professor of Physicsat the University of Siegen. With his group he worked on experiments in elementary-particle physics at the research centers DESY in
Contents:Introduction
Probabilities
Random Variables: Distributions
Computer
Generated Random Numbers: The Monte Carlo Method
Some Important Distributions and Theorems
Samples
The Method of Maximum Likelihood
Testing Statistical Hypotheses
The Method of Least Squares
Function Minimization
Analysis of Variance
Linear and Polynomial Regression
Time
Series Analysis
A) Matrix Calculations
B) Combinatorics
C) Formulas and Methods for the Computation of Statistical Functions
D) The Gamma Function and Related Functions: Methods and Programs for their Computation
ISBN:9783319037622
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Keywords: Chemistry Mathematics , Mathematical physics , Engineering mathematics
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Title:Data Analysis, Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery [electronic resource]
Author(s): Myra Spiliopoulou
Lars Schmidt-Thieme
Ruth Janning
Date:2014
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:Data analysis, machine learning and knowledge discovery are research areas at the intersection of computer science, artificial intelligence, mathematics and statistics. They cover general methods and techniques that can be appliedto a vast set of app lications such as web and text mining, marketing, medicine, bioinformatics and business intelligence. This volume contains the revised versions of selected papers in the field of data analysis, machine learning andknowledge discovery presented during the 36th annual conference of the German Classification Society (GfKl). The conference was held at the University of Hildesheim (Germany) in August 2012
Contents:AREA Statistics and Data Analysis: Classifcation, Cluster Analysis, Factor Analysis and Model Selection
AREA Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery: Clustering, Classifiers, Streams and Social Networks
AREA Data Analysis and Classification in Marketing
AREA Data Analysis in Finance
AREA Data Analysis in Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
AREA Interdisciplinary Domains: Data Analysis in Music, Education and Psychology
LIS Workshop: Workshop on Classification and Subject Indexing in Library and Information Science
ISBN:9783319015958
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Series:Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization, 1431-8814
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Keywords: Statistics , Data mining , Statistical methods , Mathematical statistics , Marketing , Philosophy (General)
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Title:Bubble Dynamics and Shock Waves [electronic resource]
Author(s): Can F Delale
Date:2013
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
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Note:This volume of the Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library is concerned with the interplay between bubble dynamics and shock waves. It is divided into four parts containing twelve chapters written by eminentscientists. Topics discussed in clude shock wave emission by laser generated bubbles (W Lauterborn, A Vogel), pulsating bubbles near boundaries (DM Leppinen, QX Wang, JR Blake), interaction of shock waves with bubble clouds (CD Ohl, SWOhl), shock propagation in polydispersed bubbly liqu ids by model equations (K Ando, T Colonius, CE Brennen. T Yano, T Kanagawa, M Watanabe, S Fujikawa) and by DNS (G Tryggvason, S Dabiri), shocks in cavitating flows (NA Adams, SJSchmidt, CF Delale, GH Schnerr, S Pasinlioglu) together with applications invo lving encapsulated bubble dynamics in imaging (AA Doinikov, A Novell, JM Escoffre, A Bouakaz), shock wave lithotripsy (P Zhong), sterilization of shipsballast water (A Abe, H Mimura) and bubbly flow model of volcano eruptions ((VK Kedrinskii, K Takayama). The book offers a timely reference for graduate students as well as professional scientists and engineers interested in theinteraction of shock waves with bubbles and their propagation properties in bubbly liquids with applications in medical and earth s ciences.
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Contents:Part A Bubble Dynamics and Shock Wave Emission
Part B Shock Wave Propagation in Bubbly Liquids
Part C Shocks in Cavitating Flows
Part D Applications in Medical and Earth Sciences
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Keywords: Engineering , Hydraulic engineering
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Title:Towards a General Theory of Classifications [electronic resource]
Author(s): Daniel Parrochia
Pierre Neuville
Date:2013
Publisher:Basel : Springer Basel : Imprint: Birkhuser
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Note:This book is an essay on the epistemology of classifications. Its main purpose is not to provide an exposition of an actual mathematical theory of classifications, that is, a general theory which would be available to any kind ofthem: hierarchical or non-hierarchical, ordinary or fuzzy, overlapping or non-overlapping, finite or infinite, and so on, establishing a basis for all possible divisions of the real world. For the moment, such a theory remains nothingbut a dream. Instead, the authors essentia lly put forward a number of key questions. Their aim is rather to reveal the state of art of this dynamic field and the philosophy one may eventually adopt to go further. To this end theypresent some advances made in the course of the last century, discus s a few tricky problems that remain to be solved, and show the avenues open to those who no longer wish to stay on the wrong track. Researchers and professionalsinterested in the epistemology and philosophy of science, library science, logic and set theor y, order theory or cluster analysis will find this book a comprehensive, original and progressive introduction to the main questions in thisfield
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Contents:Foreword
1 Philosophical problems
2 Information data structures
3 Empirical Clustering and classic hierarchies
4 Algebra of trees
5 Generalized Classifications
6 Topology of generalized classifications
7 Meta
classification
8 For an axiomatic theory of classifications
9 Alternative theories and higher infinite
10 Postscript
Bibliography.
ISBN:9783034806091
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Keywords: Mathematics , Logic , Information storage and retrieval systems , Algebra , Logic, Symbolic and mathematical
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Title:Seamless R and C++ Integration with Rcpp [electronic resource]
Author(s): Dirk Eddelbuettel
Date:2013
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Rcpp is the glue that binds the power and versatility of R with the speed and efficiency of C++. With Rcpp, the transfer of data between R and C++ is nearly seamless, and high-performance statistical computing is finallyaccessible to most R users. Rc pp should be part of every statistician's toolbox. Michael Braun, MIT Sloan School of Management Seamless R and C++ Integration with Rcpp is simply a wonderful book. For anyone who uses C/C++and R, it is an indispensable resource. The writing is outstandi ng. A huge bonus is the section on applications. This section covers the matrix packages Armadillo and Eigen and the GNU Scientific Library as well as RInside whichenables you to use R inside C++. These applications are what most of us need to know to rea lly do scientific programming with R and C++. I love this book. Robert McCulloch, University of Chicago Booth School of Business Rcpp isnow considered an essential package for anybody doing serious computational research using R. Dirk's book is an excelle nt companion and takes the reader from a gentle introduction to more advanced applications via numerous examples andefficiency enhancing gems. The book is packed with all you might have ever wanted to know about Rcpp, its cousins (RcppArmadillo, RcppEigen etc.), modules, package development and sugar. Overall, this book is a must-have on yourshelf. Sanjog Misra, UCLA Anderson School of Management The Rcpp package represents a major leap forward for scientific computations with R. With very few lines of C+ + code, one has R's data structures readily at hand for furthercomputations in C++. Hence, high-level numerical programming can be made in C++ almost as easily as in R, but often with a substantial speed gain. Dirk is a crucial person in these development s, and his book takes the reader from thefirst fragile steps on to using the full Rcpp machinery. A very recommended book! Sren Hjsgaard, Department of Mathematical S
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Contents:Preface
Introduction
A Gentle Introduction to Rcpp
Tools and Setup
Core Data Types
Data Structures: Part One
Data Structures: Part Two
Advanced Topics
Using Rcpp in your package
Extending Rcpp
Modules
Sugar
Applications
RInside
RcppArmadillo
RcppGSL
RcppEigen Appendix
C++ for R programmers
Indices
References
ISBN:9781461468684
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Keywords: Statistics , Computer science , Mathematical statistics
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Title:Understanding Statistics Using R [electronic resource]
Author(s): Randall Schumacker
Sara Tomek
Date:2013
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:This book was written to provide resource materials for teachers to use in their introductory or intermediate statistics class. The chapter content is ordered along the lines of many popular statistics books so it should beeasy to supplement the cont ent and exercises with class lecture materials. The book contains R script programs to demonstrate important topics and concepts covered in a statistics course, including probability, random sampling,population distribution types, role of the Central Limi t Theorem, creation of sampling distributions for statistics, and more. The chapters contain T/F quizzes to test basic knowledge of the topics covered. In addition, the bookchapters contain numerous exercises with answers or solutions to the exercises pro vided. The chapter exercises reinforce an understanding of the statistical concepts presented in the chapters. An instructor can select any of thesupplemental materials to enhance lectures and/or provide additional coverage of concepts and topics in their statistics book. This book uses the R statistical package which contains an extensive library of functions. The R softwareis free and easily downloaded and installed. The R programs are run in the R Studio software which is a graphical user interface for Windows. The R Studio software makes accessing R programs, viewing output from the exercises, andgraphical displays easier to manage. The first chapter of the book covers the fundamentals of the R statistical package. This includes installation of R and R Studio, accessing R packages and libraries of functions. The chapteralso covers how to access manuals and technical documentation, as well as, basic R commands used in the R script programs in the chapters. This chapter is important for the instructor t o master so that the software can be installedand the R script programs run. The R software is free so students can also install the software and run the R script programs in
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Contents:R Fundamentals
Probability
Statistical Theory
Frequency Distributions
Central Tendency and Dispersion
Statistical Distributions
Hypothesis Testing
Chi
Square Test
z
test
t
test
F
test
Correlation
Linear Regression
Replication of Results
Synthesis of Findings
Glossary
Appendix
Author Index
Subject Index
ISBN:9781461462279
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Keywords: Computer science , Computer simulation
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Title:Shock Waves Science and Technology Library, Vol. 6 [electronic resource] : Detonation Dynamics
Author(s): F Zhang
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:This book, as a volume of the Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library, is primarily concerned with the fundamental theory of detonation physics in gaseous and condensed phase reactive media. The detonation processinvolves complex chemical reaction and fluid dynamics, accompanied by intricate effects of heat, light, electricity and magnetism - a contemporary research field that has found wide applications in propulsion and power, hazardprevention as well as military engineering. The seven extensive chapters contained in this volume are: - Chemical Equilibrium Detonation (S. Bastea and LE Fried) - Steady One-Dimensional Detonations (A Higgins) - Detonation Instability(HD Ng and F Zhang) - Dynamic Parameters of Detonation (AA Vasiliev) - Mul ti-Scaled Cellular Detonation (D Desbordes and HN Presles) - Condensed Matter Detonation: Theory and Practice (C Tarver) - Theory of Detonation Shock Dynamics(JB Bdzil and DS Stewart) The chapters are thematically interrelated in a systematic descriptive approach, though, each chapter is self-contained and can be read independently from the others. It offers a timely reference oftheoretical detonation physics for graduate students as well as professional scientists and engineers
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Contents:Chemical Equilibrium Detonation
Steady One
Dimensional Detonations
Detonation Instability
Dynamic Parameters of Detonation
Multi
Scaled Cellular Detonation
Condensed Matter Detonation: Theory and Practice
Theory of Detonation Shock Dynamics
ISBN:9783642229671
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Keywords: Chemistry, Physical organic , Chemical engineering , Mechanical engineering
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Title:Shock Waves Science and Technology Library, Vol. 6 [electronic resource]
Author(s): F. Zhang
Date:2012
Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
Note:Monograph
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ISBN:9783642229664
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Keywords: Classical Continuum Physics , Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering , Mechanical Engineering , Physical Chemistry
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Title:In Search of William Gascoigne [electronic resource] : Seventeenth Century Astronomer
Author(s): David Sellers
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:William Gascoigne (c.1612-44), the first inventor of the telescopic sight and micrometerinstruments crucial to the advance of astronomywas killed in the English Civil War. His name is now known to historians of sciencearound the world, but for some c onsiderable time after his tragic death at the age of 32, it seemed as if his achievements would be consigned to oblivion. Most of his papers were lost in the maelstrom of war and the few that seemed tohave survived later disappeared. This is the story of how his work was rescued. Woven into that story is an account of the state of astronomy and optics during Gascoignes lifetime, so that the reader can appreciate the significanceof his discoveries. A substantial appendix presents selected extracts from G ascoigne's correspondence. This includes much new material that has not been previously published and illustrates his efforts to explain the basis of hispioneering techniques to the satisfaction of his contemporaries.
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Contents:Part 1: The Discovery of William Gascoigne
Introduction
The Gascoignes of Thorp
On
The
Hill
The Discovery of William Gascoigne
A Light of the First Magnitude
Derham and de la Hire
Bevis and de la Hire
In His Own Hand
Part 2: Gascoignes World
The Religious World of William Gascoigne
The Optical World of William Gascoigne
The Astronomical World of William Gascoigne
Part 3: Digging Further
The Flamsteed Transcriptions
Bodleian Transcriptions
British Library MSS and Other Transcriptions
The Civil War and After
The Road to Civi
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Keywords: Science History , Astronomy
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Title:Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers [electronic resource]
Author(s): Lokenath Debnath
Date:2012
Edition:Third Edition
Publisher:Boston : Birkhuser Boston
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Note:An exceptionally complete overview of the latest developments in the field of PDEs. There are numerous examples and the emphasis is on applications to almost all areas of science and engineering. There is truly something foreveryone here. Applied Mec hanics Review (Review of First Edition) Overall, it is a useful book for teaching, a rich source of examples, and I am happy to have it on a shelf of my library. UK Nonlinear News (Review of SecondEdition) The revised and enlarged third edition of this su ccessful book presents a comprehensive and systematic treatment of linear and nonlinear partial differential equations and their various current applications. In an effort tomake the book more useful for a diverse readership, updated modern examples of ap plicationshave beenchosen from areas of fluid dynamics, gas dynamics, plasma physics, nonlinear dynamics, quantum mechanics, nonlinear optics,acoustics, and wave propagation. The book gives thorough coverage of the derivation and solution methods for all fundamental nonlinear model equations, such as Kortewegde Vries, CamassaHolm, DegasperisProcesi,EulerPoincar, Toda lattice, Boussinesq, Burgers, Fisher, Whitham, nonlinear KleinGordon, sine-Gordon, nonlinear Schrdinger, nonlinear reaction-diffusion, and E ulerLagrange equations. Other topics and key featuresinclude: * Improved presentations of results, solution methods, and proofs. * Solitons, gravity-capillary solitary waves, and the Inverse Scattering Transform. * Special emphasis on compactons, intrinsi c localized modes, andnonlinear instability of dispersive waves with applications to water waves and wave breaking phenomena. * New section on the Lorenz nonlinear system, the Lorenz attractor, and deterministic chaos, and new examples of nonlinearquasi-h armonic waves, modulational instability, nonlinear lattices, and the Toda lattice equation. * Over 1000 worked-out examples and end-of-chapter exercises with expa
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Contents:Preface to the Third Edition
Preface
Linear Partial Differential Equations
Nonlinear Model Equations and Variational Principles
First
Order, Quasi
Linear Equations and Method of Characteristics
First
Order Nonlinear Equations and Their Applications
Conservation Laws and Shock Waves
Kinematic Waves and Real
World Nonlinear Problems
Nonlinear Dispersive Waves and Whitham's Equations
Nonlinear Diffusion
Reaction Phenomena
Solitons and the Inverse Scattering Transform
The Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation and Solitary Waves
Nonlinear Klein
Gordon and Sine
Gordon
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differential equations, partial , Mathematical physics , Engineering mathematics
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Title:Probability Measures on Semigroups [electronic resource] : Convolution Products, Random Walks and Random Matrices
Author(s): Gran Hgns
Arunava Mukherjea
Date:2011
Edition:2
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
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Note:Semigroups are very general structures and scientists often come across them in various contexts in science and engineering. In this second edition of Probability Measures on Semigroups, first published in the University Seriesin Mathematics in 1996, the authors present the theory of weak convergence of convolution products of probability measures on semigroups, the theory of random walks on semigroups, and their applications to products of random matrices.They examine the essentials of abstract semi group theory and its application to concrete semigroups of matrices. They present results on weak convergence, random walks, random matrices using semigroup ideas that for the most part arecomplete and best possible. Still, as the authors point out, there are other results that remain to be completed. These are all mentioned in the notes and comments at the end of each chapter, and will keep the readership of this bookenthusiastic and interested for some time to come. Apart from corrections of several err ors, new results have been added in the main text and in the appendices the references, all notes and comments at the end of each chapter havebeen updated, and exercises have been added. This volume is suitable for a one semester course on semigroups and it could be used as a main text or supplementary material for courses focusing on probability on algebraic structures orweak convergence. It is ideally suited to graduate students in mathematics, and in other fields such as engineering and sciences with a n interest in probability. Students in statistics using advance probability will also find ituseful. 'A well-written book...This is elegant mathematics, motivated by examples and presented in an accessible way that engages the reader.' International Stati stics Institute, December 1996 'This beautiful book...guides the readerthrough the most important developments...a valuable addition to the library of the probabilist, and a must for anybody interested
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Contents:Semigroups
Probability Measures on Topological Semigroups
Random Walks on Semigroups
Random Matrices
Index
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Topological Groups , Global analysis (Mathematics) , Distribution (Probability theory)
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Title:Mathematica in Action [electronic resource] : Problem Solving Through Visualization and Computation
Author(s): Stan Wagon
Date:2010
Edition:3
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:In this third edition of Mathematica in Action, award-winning author Stan Wagon guides beginner and veteran users alike through Mathematica's powerful tools for mathematical exploration. The transition to Mathematica 7 is madesmooth with plenty of ex amples and case studies that utilize Mathematica's newest tools, such as dynamic manipulations and adaptive three-dimensional plotting. Mathematica in Action also emphasizes the breadth of Mathematica and theimpressive results of combining techniques from different areas. This material enables the reader to use Mathematica to solve a variety of complex problems. Case studies ranging from elementary to sophisticated are provided throughout.Whenever possible, the book shows how Mathematica can be used to di scover new things. Striking examples include the design of a road on which a square wheel bike can ride, the design of a drill that can drill square holes, anillustration of the BanachTarski Paradox via hyperbolic geometry, new and surprising formulas for p, the discovery of shadow orbits for chaotic systems, and the use of powerful new capabilities for three-dimensional graphics.Visualization is emphasized throughout, with finely crafted graphics in each chapter. Wagon is the author of eleven books on ma thematics, including A Course in Computational Number Theory, named one of the ten best math books of 2000by the American Library Association. He has written extensively on the educational applications of Mathematica, including the books VisualDSolve: Vis ualizing Differential Equations with Mathematica, and Animating Calculus: MathematicaNotebooks for the Laboratory. From reviews of the second edition: In a dazzling range of examples Stan Wagon shows how such features as animation, 3-dimensional graphics and high-precision integer arithmetic can contribute to ourunderstanding and enjoyment of mathematics. Richard Walker, The Mathematical Gazette The bottom line is that Mathematica in Action i
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Contents:Preface
A Brief Introduction
Plotting
Prime Numbers
Rolling Wheels
Surfaces
Dynamic Manipulation
The Cantor Set, Real and Complex
The Quadratic Map
The Recursive Turtle
Parametric Plotting of Surfaces
Penrose Tiles
Complex Dynamics (by Mark McClure)
Solving Equations
Optimization
Differential Equations
Computational Geometry
Check Digits and the Pentagon
Coloring Planar Maps
New Directions for pi. The Banach
Tarski Paradox
The Riemman Zeta Function
Miscellany
References
Index
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science Mathematics , Visualization , Computer software
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Title:Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library, Vol.4 [electronic resource] : Heterogeneous Detonation
Author(s): F Zhang
Date:2009
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:This book, as a volume of the Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library, is primarily concerned with detonation waves or compression shock waves in reactive heterogeneous media, including mixtures of solid, liquid andgas phases. The topics involve a variety of energy release and control processes in such media - a contemporary research field that has found wide applications in propulsion and power, hazard prevention as well as military engineering.The six extensive chapters contained in thi s volume are: - Spray Detonation (SB Murray and PA Thibault) - Detonation of Gas-Particle Flow (F Zhang) - Slurry Detonation (DL Frost and F Zhang) - Detonation of Metalized CompositeExplosives (MF Gogulya and MA Brazhnikov) - Shock-Induced Solid-Solid Re actions and Detonations (YA Gordopolov, SS Batsanov, and VS Trofimov) - Shock Ignition of Particles (SM Frolov and AV Fedorov) Each chapter is self-contained andcan be read independently of the others, though, they are thematically interrelated. They offe r a timely reference, for graduate students as well as professional scientists and engineers, by laying out the foundations and discussingthe latest developments including yet unresolved challenging problems
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Contents:Spray Detonation
Detonation of Gas
Particle Flow
Sturry Detonation
Detonation of Metalized Composite Explosives
Shock
Induced Solid
Solid Reactions and Detonations
Shock Ignition of Particles
Index
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Title:Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library, Vol. 3 [electronic resource] : Solids II
Author(s): Yasuyuki Horie
Date:2009
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:This book is the second of several volumes on solids in the Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library. These volumes are primarily concerned with high-pressure shock waves in solid media, including detonation andhigh-velocity impact and pen etration events. Of the four extensive chapters in this volume, the first two describe the reactive behavior of condensed phase explosives, - Condensed-Phase Explosives: Shock Initiation and DetonationPhenomena (SA Sheffield and R Engelke) - First Princip les Molecular Simulations of Energetic Materials at High-Pressures (F Zhang, S Alavi, and TK Woo), and the remaining two discuss the inert, mechanical response of solid materials. -Combined Compression and Shear Plane Waves (ZP Tang and JB Aidun), and - D ynamic Fragmentation of Solids (D Grady). All chapters are each self-contained, and can be read independently of each other. They offer a timely reference, forbeginners as well as professional scientists and engineers, on the foundations of detonation phe nomena, high strain rate response behavior, and on the burgeoning developments as well as challenging unsolved problems
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Contents:Size Distriubutions and Probalistic Methods in Dynamic Fragmentation
Fragment Size in Dynamic Fragmentation
Dynamic Fragmentation in Brittle Materials
Fragmentation in the Spall Process
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Keywords: Thermodynamics , Condensed matter , Engineering , Mechanics, applied , Materials
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Title:A Singular Introduction to Commutative Algebra [electronic resource]
Author(s): Gert-Martin Greuel
Gerhard Pfister
Date:2008
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Note:From the reviews: It is certainly no exaggeration to say that Greuel and Pfister's A Singular Introduction to Commutative Algebra aims to lead a further stage in the computational revolution in commutative algebra, in whichcomputational methods and r esults become central to how the subject is taught and learned. [] Among the great strengths and most distinctive features of Greuel and Pfister's book is a new, completely unified treatment of the globaland local theories. The realization that the two ca ses could be combined to this extent was decisive in the design of the Singular system, making it one of the most flexible and most efficient systems of its type. The authors presentthe first systematic development of this unified approach in a textbook h ere, and this aspect alone is almost worth the price of admission. Another distinctive feature of this book is the degree of integration of explicit computationalexamples into the flow of the text. Strictly mathematical components of the development (ofte n quite terse and written in a formal theorem-proof style) are interspersed with parallel discussions of features of Singular and numerousSingular examples giving input commands, some extended programs in the Singular language, and output. [] Yet another strength of Greuel and Pfister's book is its breadth of coverage of theoretical topics in the portions ofcommutative algebra closest to algebraic geometry, with algorithmic treatments of almost every topic. A synopsis of the table of contents will make th is clear. [] Greuel and Pfister have written a distinctive an highly useful bookthat should be in the library of every commutative algebrais and algebraic geometer, expert and novice alike. I hope that it achieves the educational impact it deserves. John B. Little, Monthly of The Mathematical Association ofAmerica, March 2004 ... The authors' most important new focus is the presentation of non-well orderings that allow them the computat
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Contents:Rings, Ideals and Standard Bases
Modules
Noether Normalization and Applications
Primary Decomposition and Related Topics
Hilbert Function and Dimension
Complete Local Rings
Homological Algebra
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Title:Software for Algebraic Geometry [electronic resource]
Author(s): Michael Stillman
Jan Verschelde
Nobuki Takayama
Date:2008
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Algorithms in algebraic geometry go hand in hand with software packages that implement them. Together they have established the modern field of computational algebraic geometry which has come to play a major role in boththeoretical advances and appli cations. Over the past fifteen years, several excellent general purpose packages for computations in algebraic geometry have been developed, such as, CoCoA, Singular and Macaulay 2. While these packagesevolve continuously, incorporating new mathematical a dvances, they both motivate and demand the creation of new mathematics and smarter algorithms. This volume reflects the workshop Software for Algebraic Geometry held in the weekfrom 23 to 27 October 2006, as the second workshop in the thematic year on App lications of Algebraic Geometry at the IMA. The papers in this volume describe the software packages Bertini, PHClab, Gfan, DEMiCs, SYNAPS, TrIm, Gambit,ApaTools, and the application of Risa/Asir to a conjecture on multiple zeta values. They offer the rea der a broad view of current trends in computational algebraic geometry through software development and applications
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Contents:Software for Numerical Algebraic Geometry: A Paradigm and Progress Towards its Implementation
PHClab: A MATLAB/Octave Interface to PHCpack
Computing Grbner Fans and Tropical Varieties in Gfan
On a Conjecture for the Dimension of the Space of the Multiple Zeta Values
DEMiCs: A Software Package for Computing the Mixed Volume Via Dynamic Enumeration of all Mixed Cells
SYNAPS: A Library for Dedicated Applications in Symbolic Numeric Computing
Tropical Implicitization and Mixed Fiber Polytopes
Towards a Black
Box Solver for Finite Games: Computing All Equilibria With Gambit a
ISBN:9780387781334
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Title:Handbook of Molecular Force Spectroscopy [electronic resource]
Author(s): Aleksandr Noy
Date:2008
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
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Note:...Noy's Handbook of Molecular Force Spectroscopy is both a timely and useful summary of fundamental aspects of molecular force spectroscopy, and I believe it would make a worthwhile addition to any good scientific library. Newresearch groups that ar e entering this field would be well advisedto study this handbook in detail before venturing into the exciting and challenging world of molecular force spectroscopy. Matthew F. Paige, University ofSaskatchewan, Journal of the American Chemical Society Mod ern materials science and biophysics are increasingly focused on studying and controlling intermolecular interactions on the single-molecule level. Molecular force spectroscopywas developed in the past decade as the result of several unprecedented advance s in the capabilities of modern scientific instrumentation, and defines a number of techniques that use mechanical force measurements to study interactionsbetween single molecules and molecular assemblies in chemical and biological systems. Examples of th ese techniques, which typically target a specific range of experimental systems and geometries, include atomic force microscopy,optical tweezers, surface forces apparatus, and magnetic tweezers. With contributions by internationally renowned scientists, H andbook of Molecular Force Spectroscopy is a comprehensive, state-of-the-art review of modern forcespectroscopy, including fundamentals of intermolecular forces, technical aspects of the force measurements, and practical applications. The Handbook present s reviews of fundamental physical concepts of loading single and multiplechemical bonds on the nanometer scale, covers practical aspects of modern single-molecule level techniques, and describes several representative applications of force spectroscopy to the study of chemical and biological processes.Computer modeling of force spectroscopy experiments is addressed as well. In sum, this volume is an authoritative guide to planning, understanding, and
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Contents:Surface force apparatus measurements of molecular forces in biological adhesion (Deborah Leckband, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana
Champaign)
Force spectroscopy with optical and magnetic tweezers (Richard Conroy, Harvard University)
Chemical Force Microscopy 1: Nanoscale probing of fundamental chemical interactions (Aleksandr Noy, LLNL, Dmitry V. Vezenov, Harvard University, and Charles M. Lieber, Harvard University)
Chemical Force Microscopy 2: Interactions in complex molecular assemblies (Dmitry V. Vezenov, Harvard University, Aleksandr Noy, LLNL, and Charles M. Lieber, Harvard University
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Title:ShockWave Science and Technology Reference Library [electronic resource]
Author(s): Yasuyuki Horie
Date:2007
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Note:This book is the first of several volumes on solids in the Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library. These volumes are primarily concerned with high-pressure shock waves in solid media, including detonation,high-velocity impact, and penetr ation. Of the eight chapters in this volume three chapters survey recent, exciting experimental advances in - ultra-short shock dynamics at the atomic and molecular scale (D.S. More, S.D. Mcgrane, andD.J. Funk), - Z accelerator for ICE and Shock compressi on (M.D. Knudson), and - failure waves in glass and ceramics (S.J. Bless and N.S. Brar). The subsequent four chapters are foundational, and cover the subjects of - equation ofstate (R. Menikoff), - elastic-plastic shock waves (R. Menikoff), - continuum pl asticity (R. M. Brannon), and - numerical methods (D. J. Benson). The last chapter, but not the least, describes a tour de force illustration of todayscomputing power in - modeling heterogeneous reactive solids at the grain scale (M.R. Baer). All chapters are each self-contained, and can be read independently of each other, though they are of course thematically interrelated. Theyoffer a timely reference, for beginners, as well as professional scientists and engineers, on the foundations of shock waves in solids with new viewpoints, and on the burgeoning developments
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Contents:Mesoscale Modeling of Shocks in Heterogenous Reactive Materials (Baer)
Failure Waves and their Effects on Penetration Mechanics in Glass and Ceramics (Bless/Brar)
Elements for Phenomenological Plasticity (Brannon)
Use of the Z Accelerator Waves (Menikoff)
Emperical EOS for Solids (Menikoff)
Ultrashort Laser Shock Dynamics (Moore et al.)
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Title:Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library [electronic resource] : Multiphase Flows I
Author(s): Marinus E. H. van Dongen
Date:2007
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Note:Shock waves in multiphase flows refers to a rich variety of phenomena of interest to physicists, chemists, and fluid dynamicists, as well as mechanical, biomedical and aeronautical engineers. This volume treats shock and expansionwaves in (bullet) co mplex, bubbly liquids (L van Wijngaarden, Y Tomita, V Kedrinskii) and (bullet) cryogenic liquids (M Murakami) and examines the relationship of shock waves with (bullet) phase transitions (A Guha, CF Delale, GSchnerr, MEH van Dongen) (bullet) induced phase transitions (GEA Meier) as well as their interaction with (bullet) solid foams, textiles, porous and granular media (B Skews, DMJ Smeulders, MEH van Dongen, V Golub, O Mirova) Allchapters are self-contained, so they can be read independently, although th ey are of course thematically interrelated. Taken together, they offer a timely reference on shock waves in multiphase flows, including new viewpoints andburgeoning developments. The book will appeal to beginners as well as professional scientists and eng ineers
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Contents:Shock Waves in Complex Liquids
Shock Waves in Bubbly Liquids
Interaction of a Shock Wave with a Single Bubble
Shock Induced Cavitation
Shocks in Cryogenic Liquids
Shock Waves and Phase Transition
Shock Waves in Fluids with Interphase Transport of Mass, Momentum and Energy (VapourDroplet Mixtures and Solid
Particle
Laden Gases)
Condensation Discontinuities and Condensation Induced Shock Waves
Liquefaction Shock Waves
Shock Waves Interacting with Solid Foams, Textiles, Porous and Granular Media
Experimental Studies of Shock Wave Interactions with Porous Media
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Title:Fluid-Structure Interaction [electronic resource] : Modelling, Simulation, Optimisation
Author(s): Hans-Joachim Bungartz
Michael Schfer
Date:2006
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Note:Fluid-structure interactions (FSI), that is interactions of some movable or deformable structure with an internal or surrounding fluid flow, are among the most important and, with respect to both modelling and computationalissues, the most challengin g multi-physics problems. The variety of FSI occurrences is abundant and ranges from tent-roofs to micropumps, from parachutes via airbags to blood flow in arteries. This volume of LNCSE contains a collectionof papers presented at the International Worksh op on FSI held in October 2005 in Hohenwart and organized by DFG's Research Unit 493 FSI: Modelling, Simulation, and Optimization. The papers address partitioned and monolithiccoupling approaches, methodical issues and applications, and discuss FSI from t he mathematical, informatical, and engineering point of view
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Structure Interaction Solvers using Reduced
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oomph
lib An Object
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Physics Finite
Element Library
Modeling of Fluid
Structure Interactions with the Space
Time Techniques
Extending the Range and Applicability of the Loose Coupling Approach for FSI Simulations
A New Fluid Structure Coupling Method for Airbag OOP
Adaptive Finite Element Approximation of Fluid
Structure Interaction Based on an Eulerian Variational Formulation
A Monolithic FEM/Multigrid Solver for an ALE Formulation of Fluid
Structure Interaction
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Title:Triangulations and Applications [electronic resource]
Author(s): yvind Hjelle
Morten Dhlen
Date:2006
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Note:This book is entirely about triangulations. With emphasis on computational issues, the basic theory necessary to construct and manipulate triangulations is presented. In particular, a tour through the theory behind the Delaunaytriangulation, includin g algorithms and software issues, is given. Various data structures used for the representation of triangulations are discussed. Throughout the book, the theory is related to selected applications, in particularsurface construction, meshing and visualizat ion
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Contents:1 Triangles and Triangulations
2 Graphs and Data Structures
3 Delaunay Triangulations and Voronoi Diagrams
4 Algorithms for Delaunay Triangulation
5 Data Dependent Triangulations
6 Constrained Delaunay Triangulation
7 Delaunay Refinement Mesh Generation
8 Least Squares Approximation of Scattered Data
9 Programming Triangulations: The Triangulation Template Library (TTL)
References
Index
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Title:Production Planning by Mixed Integer Programming [electronic resource]
Author(s): Yves Pochet
Laurence A Wolsey
Date:2006
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Note:This textbook provides a comprehensive modeling, reformulation and optimization approach for solving production planning and related supply chain planning problems, covering topics from a basic introduction to planning systems,mixed integer programmi ng (MIP) models and algorithms through the advanced description of mathematical results in polyhedral combinatorics required to solve these problems. This book addresses the solution of real life or industrialproduction planning problems (involving comple x production structures with multiple production stages) using a MIP modeling and reformulation approach. It is based on close to twenty years of research in which the authors have played asignificant role. One of the goals of this book is to allow non-ex pert readers, students in business, engineering, applied mathematics and computer science to solve such problems using standard modeling tools and MIP software. Toachieve this the book provides a unique collection of reformulation results, integrating the m into a comprehensive modeling and reformulation approach, as well as an easy to use problem-solving library. Moreover this approach isdemonstrated through a series of real life case studies, exercises and detailed illustrations. Graduate students and re searchers in operations research, management, science and applied mathematics wishing to gain a deeper understandingof the formulations and mathematics underlying this approach will find this book useful because of its detailed treatment of the polyhedral structure of the basic lot-sizing problems and simple mixed integer sets that arise in thedecomposition of more complicated problems. This book will allow the reader to improve formulations of non-standard MIP models and produce state-of-the-art models a nd algorithms
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Contents:Production Planning and MIP
The Modeling and Optimization Approach
Production Planning Models and Systems
Mixed Integer Programming Algorithms
Classification and Reformulation
Reformulations in Practice
Basic Polyhedral Combinatorics for Production Planning and MIP
Mixed Integer Programming Algorithms and Decomposition Approaches
Single
Item Uncapacitated Lot
Sizing
Basic MIP and Fixed Cost Flow Models
Single
Item Lot
Sizing
Lot
Sizing with Capacities
Backlogging and Start
Ups
Single
Item Variants
Multi
Item Lot
Sizing
Multi
Item Single Level Proble
ISBN:9780387334776
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical optimization , Operations research , Industrial engineering , Business logistics , Management information systems
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Title:Measurement Errors and Uncertainties [electronic resource] : Theory and Practice
Author(s): Semyon G Rabinovich
Date:2005
Edition:Third Edition
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Note:Measurement Errors and Uncertainties addresses the most important problems that physicists and engineers encounter when estimating errors and uncertainty. Building from the fundamentals of measurement theory, the author developsthe theory of accuracy of measurements and offers a wealth of practical recommendations and examples of applications. This new edition covers a wide range of subjects, including: - Basic concepts of metrology - Measuring instrumentscharacterization, standardization and calibra tion -Estimation of errors and uncertainty of single and multiple measurements - Modern probability-based methods of estimating measurement uncertainty With this new edition, the authorcompletes the development of the new theory of indirect measurements. This theory provides more accurate and efficient methods for processing indirect measurement data. It eliminates the need to calculate the correlation coefficient -a stumbling block in measurement data processing - and offers for the first time a way to o btain the confidence intervals. In other words, this new theory provides means to calculate a well-grounded estimate of measurement uncertaintyfor this complex but widely used type of measurements. Acclaim for previous editions: Extremely useful to metrol ogists and to anyone interested in measurement errors (MEASUREMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) I suggest that everytechnical library should own a copy of Measurement Errors. Serious experimentalists whose interests are broad will surely want to examine the bo ok with the intent of buying it. (Applied Mechanics Review)
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Contents:General information about measurements
Measuring instruments and their properties
Prerequisites for the analysis of the inaccuracy of measurements and for synthesis of their components
Statistical methods for experimental data processing
Direct measurements
Indirect measurements
Examples of Measurements and Measurement Data Processing
Combined measurements
Combining the results of measurements
Calculation of the errors of measuring instruments
Problems in the theory of calibration
Conclusions
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Title:MuPAD Pro Computing Essentials
Author(s): Miroslaw Majewski
Date:2004
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (538 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-18760-5
Contents:1.1 For whom this book was written -- 1.2 The goal -- 1.3 Why we should care about MuPAD -- 1.4 What is inside -- 1.5 Style conventions -- 1.6 Writing “between” -- A Quick Introduction to MuPAD -- 2.1 The Very First Look -- 2.2
Getting Started -- 2.3 A Quick Look at MuPAD’s Interface -- 2.4 Formatting Documents in MuPAD -- 2.5 Getting Help -- 2.6 Chapter Summary -- 2.7 Review Exercises -- Programming in MuPAD — Declarations -- 3.1 Writing Formulae in MuPAD --
3.2 Declaring Variables and Constants -- 3.3 Declaring Functions and Operations -- 3.4 Writing More than One Line of Code -- 3.5 The Basics of the Domain Concept -- 3.6 Chapter Summary -- 3.7 Review Exercises -- Programming in MuPAD —
Control Structures -- 4.1 Decisions -- 4.1.1 MuPAD Syntax: the “if” Statement -- 4.1.2 Indentation in MuPAD -- 4.1.3 Quadratic Equation Example -- 4.1.4 Formatting Output and Input -- 4.1.5 “elif” a Useful Shortcut -- 4.2 Programming
Itcrations in MuPAD -- 4.2.1 The “for” Loop -- 4.2.2 MuPAD Syntax: the “for” Loop -- 4.2.3 The “while” and “repeat” Loops -- 4.2.4 MuPAD Syntax: the “while” and “repeat” Loops -- 4.3 What is Wrong with my Loops and Conditions -- 4.4
Selections -- 4.4.1 MuPAD Syntax: the “case” Structure -- 4.5 Chapter Summary -- 4.6 Programming Exercises -- Programming in MuPAD — Procedures -- 5.1 What is a Procedure -- 5.2 Examples of Procedures -- 5.3 Getting Output from
Procedures -- 5.4 Returning Unevaluated or Symbolic Expressions -- 5.5 Shall We use Global or Local Variables? -- 5.6 Introduction to Types and Domains -- 5.7 Using MuPAD Types and Domains -- 5.8 Using Procedures to Produce Data
Structures -- 5.8.1 Sequences -- 5.8.2 Lists -- 5.8.3 Sets -- 5.8.4 Strings -- 5.8.5 Vectors and Matrices -- 5.9 Procedures with a Variable Number of Input Parameters -- 5.10 Recursive Procedures -- 5.11 Using Libraries -- 5.12 User
Defined Libraries of Procedures -- 5.13 Final Comments on MuPAD Coding Guidelines -- 5.13.1 Magic Numbers -- 5.13.2 Comments -- 5.13.3 Braces -- 5.14 Chapter Summary -- 5.15 Programming Exercises -- to MuPAD Graphics -- 6.1 Obtaining
Quick Plots -- 6.1.1 Procedure plotfunc2d -- 6.1.2 Your First Animation with MuPAD -- 6.1.3 Procedure plotfunc3d -- 6.2 General Concept of MuPAD Plots -- 6.2.1 Object Attributes’ Options -- 6.3 Canvas, Scene and Coordinate System
Options -- 6.3.1 Options for Canvas -- 6.3.2 Options for Scene2d -- 6.3.3 Options for Sccnc3d -- 6.3.4 The Coordinate System in 2D and 3D -- 6.4 Options Related to Primitives -- 6.4.1 Basic Options for Primitives -- 6.4.2 Working with
Color -- 6.4.3 Mesh and Other Options -- 6.5 Operations on Graphical Objects -- 6.5.1 Operation modify -- 6.6 Chapter Summary -- 6.7 Programming Exercises -- Interactive Graphics’ Animation with VCam -- 7.1 Learning the Virtual Camera
Environment -- 7.2 Using VCam to Improve 2D Graphs -- 7.3 Using VCam to Improve 3D Graphs -- 7.4 Interactive Development of Animations -- 7.5 Saving MuPAD Graphs -- 7.6 Chapter Summary -- 7.7 Exercises -- Exploring Mathematical Curves
and Surfaces -- 8.1 Plots in 2D Space’ Plot Types -- 8.1.1 Class Function2d -- 8.1.2 Class Curve2d -- 8.1.3 Developing Polar Plots -- 8.1.4 Developing Implicit Plots -- 8.2 Plots in 3D Space -- 8.2.1 Class Function3d -- 8.2.2 Class
Surface -- 8.2.3 Class Spherical -- 8.2.4 Class Cylindrical -- 8.2.5 Class Implicit3d -- 8.2.6 Classes Curve3d and Tube -- 8.3 Chapter Summary -- 8.4 Programming Exercises -- A Few Applications of MuPAD Graphics -- 9.1 Calculus
Graphics -- 9.1.1 Plotting Contours -- 9.1.2 Developing Density Plots -- 9.1.3 Vector Fields -- 9.1.4 Plotting Areas -- 9.1.5 Surfaces of Revolution -- 9.2 Presentation Graphics -- 9.3 Working with Geometry Objects -- 9.4
Transformations of Graphical Objects -- 9.5 Turtle Graphics & L-systems -- 9.5.1 Turtle Graphics in MuPAD -- 9.5.2 Plotting L-systems -- 9.6 Chapter Summary -- 9.7 Programming Exercises -- Exploring Numbers with MuPAD -- 10.1 Integers
in MuPAD -- 10.2 Rational Numbers in MuPAD -- 10.3 Real Numbers in MuPAD -- 10.4 Complex Numbers in MuPAD -- 10.5 Chapter Summary -- 10.6 Programming Exercises -- Elementary Algebra and Trigonometry in MuPAD -- 11.1 Polynomials -- 11.2
Rational Expressions -- 11.3 Algebraic Expressions -- 11.4 Trigonometric and Other Functions -- 11.5 Solving Equations and Inequalities -- 11.6 Chapter Summary -- 11.7 Programming Exercises -- Working with Sets and Sentences MuPAD --
12.1 Logic in MuPAD -- 12.1.1 Polish Notation -- 12.2 Working with Sets -- 12.3 Chapter Summary -- 12.4 Programming Exercises -- Exploring Calculus with MuPAD -- 13.1 Limits -- 13.2 Derivatives -- 13.3 Working with Integrals -- 13.4
Infinite Series and Products -- 13.5 Calculus of Two Variables -- 13.5.1 Limits of Functions of Two Variables -- 13.5.2 Partial Derivatives -- 13.6 Chapter Summary -- 13.7 Programming Exercises -- A Short Introduction to Linear Algebra
-- 14.1 Checking Resources -- 14.2 Solving Linear Equations -- 14.3 Matrices and Operations on Matrices -- 14.3.1 Declaring Matrices in MuPAD -- 14.3.2 Global Operations on Matrices -- 14.3.3 Local Matrix Operations -- 14.4
Determinants -- 14.5 Chapter Summary -- 14.6 Programming Exercises -- Appendix 1: MuPAD Libraries and Procedures -- MuPAD Libraries (ver. 3.0, 21/02/2004) -- Operators Represented by Symbols -- MuPAD Standard Collection -- Procedures
in Standard Collection -- Functions in Standard Collection -- Library ‘adt’ — — Abstract Data Types -- Library ‘Ax’ — — Basic Axiom Constructors -- Library ‘Cat’ — — Category Constructors -- Library ‘combinat’ — — Com binatorial
Functions -- Library ‘detools’ — — Methods for Differential Equations -- Library ‘Dom’ — — Domain Constructors -- Library ‘fp’ — — Utilities for Functional Programming -- Library ‘generate’ — — Generate Foreign Format s -- Library
‘Graph’ — — Utilities for Directed and Undirected Graphs -- Library ‘groebner’ — — Utilities for Groebner Bases -- Library ‘import’ — — Utilities for Reading Data -- Library ‘intlib’ — — Definite and Indefinite Integr ation -- Library
‘linalg’ — — the Linear Algebra Package -- Library ‘linopt’ — — Tools for Linear Optimization -- Library ‘listlib’ — Operations on Lists -- Library ‘matchlib’ — Pattern Matching Tools -- Library ‘module’ — Module Ma nagement Tools --
Library ‘numeric’ — Tools for Numerical Methods -- Library ‘numlib’ — Elementary Number Theory -- Library ‘orthpoly’ — Orthogonal Polynomials -- Library ‘output’ — Tools for the Output of Data -- Library ‘plot’ — 2D and 3D Graphical
Objects -- Library ‘polylib’ — Tools for Polynomials -- Library ‘prog’ — Programming Utilities -- Library ‘property’ — Properties of Identifiers -- Library ‘RGB’ — Color Names and Color Functions -- Library’ series’ — T ools for Series
Expansions -- Library’ solvclib’ — Tools for Solving Equations -- Library’ stats’ — Statistical Functions -- Library’ stringlib’ — Tools for String Manipulation -- Library’ student’ — the Student Package -- Library ‘transfo rm’ —
Integral Transformations -- Library ‘Type’ — Predefined Types -- MuPAD Environmental Variables -- Appendix 2: MuPAD Resources
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Title:Classification, Clustering, and Data Mining Applications Proceedings of the Meeting of the International Federation of Classification Societies (IFCS), Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 15–18 July 2004
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Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (658 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-17103-1
Contents:I New Methods in Cluster Analysis -- Thinking Ultrametrically -- Clustering by Vertex Density in a Graph -- Clustering by Ant Colony Optimization -- A Dynamic Cluster Algorithm Based on Lr Distances for Quantitative Data -- The Last
Step of a New Divisive Monothetic Clustering Method: the Gluing-Back Criterion -- Standardizing Variables in K-means Clustering -- A Self-Organizing Map for Dissimilarity Data -- Another Version of the Block EM Algorithm -- Controlling
the Level of Separation of Components in Monte Carlo Studies of Latent Class Models -- Fixing Parameters in the Constrained Hierarchical Classification Method: Application to Digital Image Segmentation -- New Approaches for
Sum-of-Diameters Clustering -- Spatial Pyramidal Clustering Based on a Tessellation -- II Modern Nonparametrics -- Relative Projection Pursuit and its Application -- Priors for Neural Networks -- Combining Models in Discrete
Discriminant Analysis Through a Committee of Methods -- Phoneme Discrimination with Functional Multi-Layer Perceptrons -- PLS Approach for Clusterwise Linear Regression on Functional Data -- On Classification and Regression Trees for
Multiple Responses -- Subsetting Kernel Regression Models Using Genetic Algorithm and the Information Measure of Complexity -- Cherry-Picking as a Robustness Tool -- III Classification and Dimension Reduction -- Academic Obsessions and
Classification Realities: Ignoring Practicalities in Supervised Classification -- Modified Biplots for Enhancing Two-Class Discriminant Analysis -- Weighted Likelihood Estimation of Person Locations in an Unfolding Model for Polytomous
Responses -- Classification of Geospatial Lattice Data and their Graphical Representation -- Degenerate Expectation-Maximization Algorithm for Local Dimension Reduction -- A Dimension Reduction Technique for Local Linear Regression --
Reducing the Number of Variables Using Implicative Analysis -- Optimal Discretization of Quantitative Attributes for Association Rules -- IV Symbolic Data Analysis -- Clustering Methods in Symbolic Data Analysis -- Dependencies in
Bivariate Interval-Valued Symbolic Data -- Clustering of Symbolic Objects Described by Multi-Valued and Modal Variables -- A Hausdorff Distance Between Hyper-Rectangles for Clustering Interval Data -- Kolmogorov-Smirnov for Decision
Trees on Interval and Histogram Variables -- Dynamic Cluster Methods for Interval Data Based on Mahalanobis Distances -- A Symbolic Model-Based Approach for Making Collaborative Group Recommendations -- Probabilistic Allocation of
Aggregated Statistical Units in Classification Trees for Symbolic Class Description -- Building Small Scale Models of Multi-Entity Databases by Clustering -- V Taxonomy and Medicine -- Phylogenetic Closure Operations and Homoplasy-Free
Evolution -- Consensus of Classification Systems, with Adams’ Results Revisited -- Symbolic Linear Regression with Taxonomies -- Determining Horizontal Gene Transfers in Species Classification: Unique Scenario -- Active and Passive
Learning to Explore a Complex Metabolism Data Set -- Mathematical and Statistical Modeling of Acute Inflammation -- Combining Functional MRI Data on Multiple Subjects -- Classifying the State of Parkinsonism by Using Electronic Force
Platform Measures of Balance -- Subject Filtering for Passive Biometric Monitoring -- VI Text Mining -- Mining Massive Text Data and Developing Tracking Statistics -- Contributions of Textual Data Analysis to Text Retrieval --
Automated Resolution of Noisy Bibliographic References -- Choosing the Right Bigrams for Information Retrieval -- A Mixture Clustering Model for Pseudo Feedback in Information Retrieval -- Analysis of Cross-Language Open-Ended
Questions Through MFACT -- Inferring User’s Information Context from User Profiles and Concept Hierarchies -- Database Selection for Longer Queries -- VII Contingency Tables and Missing Data -- An Overview of Collapsibility --
Generalized Factor Analyses for Contingency Tables -- A PLS Approach to Multiple Table Analysis -- Simultaneous Rowand Column Partitioning in Several Contingency Tables -- Missing Data and Imputation Methods in Partition of Variables
-- The Treatment of Missing Values and its Effect on Classifier Accuracy -- Clustering with Missing Values: No Imputation Required
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Keywords: Culture , Library science , Data structures (Computer science) , Mathematical statistics , Computers , Statistics , Cultural and Media Studies , Library Science , Statistical Theory and Methods , Probability and Statistics in Computer Science , Information Systems and Communication Service , Data Structures , Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences
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Title:Toward an International Virtual Observatory Proceedings of the ESO/ESA/NASA/NSF Conference Held at Garching, Germany, 10-14 June 2002
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Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (344 p.)
Note:10.1007/b82981
Contents:Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Clouds-Over the Twenty-First Century Virtual Observatory.-Building the Infrastructure for the National Virtual Observatory -- An Astronomical Wide-Field Imaging System for Europe.-The Canadian Virtual
Observatory Project.-Information Hub of the Russian Virtual Observatory.-Early Virtual Science: Some Lessons for the AVO.-The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey: A VO Test Case? -- Visualizing and Analyzing Massive Astronomical
Datasets with Partiview.-Science and the Grid.-National Virtual Observatory Architecture.-Authentication and Authorization Architecture for AstroGrid and the Virtual Observatory -- VO Activities at the Harvard-Smithsonian CfA.-The
Prototype TNG Long-Term Archive and its Interactions with the Italian GRID Project -- Federation and Fusion of Astronomical Information:Standards and Tools for the Virtual Observatories -- Data Models for the VO.-Scalable Metadata
Definition Frameworks.-Space-Time Metadata for the Virtual Observatory.-VOTable: Tabular Data for the Virtual Observatory.-A C-++ Parser for VOTables.-ASTROVIRTEL: Tools and Operations.-Towards an AVO Interoperability
Prototype.-Inter-Operability of ESA Science Archives -- The AstroGrid Pilot Programme.-Making Ground-Based Optical/Infrared Imaging Surveys VO-Compatible -- e-Star: Telescopes and Databases as a Single Information Grid.-Massive
Variability Search and Monitoring by OGLE and ASAS.-Statistical Analysis of Observed and Simulated Surveys.-Catalogue Intersection: Beyond Basic Cross Correlations.-Meeting the User Science Challenge for a Virtual Universe.-Theoretical
Astrophysics and the US-NVO Initiative.-Artificial Intelligence Tools for Data Mining in Large Astronomical Databases.-Data Mining Facility.-Automatic Detection - Extraction – Classification for a Large Number of Stellar Spectra from
Slitless Wide Field Spectroscopy. A Project for AVO.-Star-Forming Regions at High Resolution: Interferometry for Virtual Observatories.-TheAstronomical Data Warehouse.-The Real Astronomy Experience: Making the IVO Effective for
International Planetaria and Science Centers.-Enabling Outreach with Virtual Observatories -- Poster Papers: Building the MEGA Image-Subtraction Pipeline in the Era of Virtual Observatories.-Visualisation Tools for Very Large Amounts
of Data.-Laplacean Ideology for Preliminary Orbit Determination and Moving Celestial Body Identification in Virtual Epoch.-Using XML-Schema to Model Data from Present and Future Astronomical Databases.-The Virtual Observatory as a Tool
to Study Star Cluster Populations in Starburst Galaxies.-The Master Catalogue of Stars Towards the Magellanic Clouds.-UCDs: Metadata for the VO.-Applicability of Emerging Resource Discovery Standards to the VO.-The Astronomy Digital
Library and the VO.-The Digitized Hamburg Objective Prism Surveys.-Aladin in the VO Context.-Power Spectrum for the Distribution of Galaxies an the Sphere.-The World Space Observatory (WSO/UV) Archive: Requirements for Interoperation
-- A Common Data Analysis Environment: Do We Need One?.-Multiwavelength Studies of AGN.-The CCD Sky Patrols and Plate Archives.-Wide-Field X-Ray Monitoring as Data Source for Virtual Observatory.-The UDAPAC Project - Uccle Direct
Astronomical Plate Archive Centre: A New International Facility for Inherited Observations.-The Russian Virtual Observatory Portal. Convenience and Attractiveness.-IDHA Image Archive Model.-Building Interoperable NASA Archives.-iAstro:
Computational and Information Infrastructure in the Astronomical DataGrid.-PRIME: A Deep Near-Infrared Survey Project.-Practical Approach to Catalogued-Data Visualisation.-Multi-Object Spectroscopy: Automatic Extraction and Previewing
of Spectra -- The INTEGRAL Archive at the ISDC.-HyperLeda: Virtual Instruments for Extragalactic Astronomy.-A Galactic Model as a Useful Tool for Virtual Observatories.-The SolarWeb Semantic Data Model for Describing Relationships
Between Heterogeneous Solar Database
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Keywords: Physics , Computer organization , Computer communication systems , Data structures (Computer science) , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Space sciences , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences , Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks , Computer Communication Networks , Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory
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Title:Developing Basic Space Science World-Wide A Decade of UN/ESA Workshops
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Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (21 p.)
Note:10.1007/1-4020-2519-X
Contents:The UN/ESA Workshops on Basic Space Science in the Developing Countries -- The International Astronomical Union -- The International Astronomical Union: Historial Perspective -- Astronomy Around the World -- Research and Education in
Basic Space Science -- Asia and the Pacific -- Indian Space Programme -- Astronomy in the Philippines -- The Present Status of Astronomy in Sri Lanka -- A Short History of Astronomy in Indonesia -- Space Astronomy in China -- Astronomy
in Korea -- Latin America and the Caribbean -- The Astronomical Observatory of Honduras: A Project of International Cooperation -- The Gem Project: An International Collaboration to Survey Galactic Radiation Emission -- The Galactic
Emission Mapping (GEM) Project: Summary and Results -- A Centre of Astronomy for Paraguay: A Quest for a Moderate-Sized Telescope -- The Uruguayan Automated and Robotic Telescope “BUSCA” -- Astronomy at the Universidad de Sonora --
Space Sciences in Latin America -- Sub-Saharan Africa -- Astronomy in South Africa -- The Southern African Large Telescope (SALT): A 10 Metre Class Spectroscopic Survey Telescope -- An Inter-African Astronomical Observatory and Science
Park on the Gamsberg in Namibia? -- Current Developments in Basic Space Science in Nigeria -- Towards Introducing Space Science in Uganda -- Space Science & Technology in Mauritius Current Status and Future Opportunities -- Western
Asia and Northern Africa -- Kottamia Telescope Upgrading -- The Marskhod Egyptian Drill Project -- Small Astronomical Telescopes for Research and Education at Helwan, Egypt -- Astronomy in Saudi Arabia: The Challenges -- The Status of
the Network of Oriental Robotic Telescopes Project -- Basic Space Sciences in Jordan -- Small Astronomical Telescope Facilities -- The Role of Public Observatories in Astronomical Observations -- Small Telescopes in Research and
Education -- Networking of Small Astronomical Telescope Facilities in Education and Research Programmes on Subjects Such as Variable Stars and Near-Earth Objects -- Single-Site and Multi-Site Photometric Research Programmes for Small
Telescopes -- “Hands-on Astrophysics” and Beyond -- CCD Photometry of KZ Hya from the AAO (Paraguay) -- Projects for Space Science and Astronomy in Developing Countries -- Chasing the Dream -- Provision of Astronomical Equipment for
Developing Countries Through ODA of the Government of Japan -- The Astronomy Digital Library -- The Changing Role of the Telescope in Astronomy -- The World Space Observatory/Ultraviolet (WSO/UV) Project -- Astrophysics for University
Physics Courses -- Mechanics: Orbits and Kepler’s Third Law -- More Mechanics of the Solar System -- More Mechanics: Neutron Stars and Clusters of Galaxies -- Thermal Radiation -- The Lives of Stars -- Cosmic Magnetic Fields --
High-Energy Astrophysics, Electromagnetic Radiation -- Mathematical Proofs
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Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Social sciences , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Social Sciences, general
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Title:High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering, Munich 2002 Transactions of the First Joint HLRB and KONWIHR Status and Result Workshop, October 10–11, 2002, Technical University of Munich, Germany
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (505 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55526-8
Contents:I High Performance Systems -- TeraFlops Computing with the Hitachi SR8000-F1: From Vision to Reality -- II Computational Fluid Dynamics -- Numerical Prediction of Deformations and Oscillations of Wind-Exposed Structures -- Large-Eddy
and Detached-Eddy Simulation of the Flow Around High-Lift Configurations -- Direct Simulation with the Lattice Boltzmann Code BEST of Developed Turbulence in Channel Flows -- DNS of Homogeneous Shear Flow and Data Analysis for the
Development of a Four-Equation Turbulence Model -- Large-Eddy Simulations of High Reynolds Number Flow Around a Circular Cylinder -- Numerical Simulation of Passively Controlled Turbulent Flows over Sharp—Edged and Smoothly Contoured
Backward—Facing Steps -- Parallel Single- and Multiphase CFD-Applications Using Lattice Boltzmann Methods -- Models of Type Ia Supernova Explosions -- Direct Numerical Simulation of Boundary Layer Separation along a Curved Wall with
Oscillating Oncoming Flow -- III Biosciences -- QM/MM Study of Rhodopsin -- Simulation of Neuronal Map Formation in the Primary Visual Cortex -- IV Chemistry -- A User-Oriented Set of Quantum Chemical Benchmarks -- Structure,
Energetics, and Spectroscopy of Models for Enzyme Cofactors -- Ruthenium Dioxide, a Versatile Oxidation Catalyst: First Principles Analysis -- Theoretical Studies of Structures of Vanadate Complexes in Aqueous Solution -- V Solid-State
Physics -- Large Scale Car-Parrinello Simulation of Fully Hydrated DNA -- Metal-Insulator Transitions and Realistic Modelling of Correlated Electron Systems -- Monte Carlo Studies of Three-Dimensional Bond-Diluted Ferromagnets --
Microwave Ionisation of Non-Hydrogenic Alkali Rydberg States -- Density-Functional Calculation and Inelastic Neutron Scattering of Structural and Dynamical Properties in Fluoride Crystals -- Optical Response of Semiconductor Surfaces
and Molecules Calculated from First Principles -- Phase Fluctuations and the Role of Electron Phonon Coupling in High-TcSuperconductors -- The Cluster-Perturbation-Theory and its Application to Strongly-Correlated Materials --
Object-Oriented C++ Class Library for Many Body Physics on Finite Lattices and a First Application to High-Temperature Superconductivity -- From Fermi Liquid to Non-Fermi Liquid Physics — Influence of Non-Local Fluctuations in
Low-Dimensional Fermion Systems -- One-Dimensional Electron-Phonon Systems: Mott- Versus Peierls-Insulators -- VI Geophysics -- 3-D Seismic Wave Propagation on a Global and Regional Scale: Earthquakes, Fault Zones, Volcanoes -- VII
Fundamental Physics -- Simulation of QCD with Dynamical Quarks -- Quantum Chromodynamics with Chiral Quarks -- Three-Nucleon Force in the4He Scattering System -- Simulations of the Local Universe -- The Free Electron Maser in Pulsar
Magnetospheres -- VIII Computer Science -- Pseudo-Vectorization and RISC Optimization Techniques for the Hitachi SR8000 Architecture -- Automatic Performance Analysis on Hitachi SR8000 -- Adapting PAxML to the Hitachi SR8000-F1
Supercomputer -- Load Balancing for Spatial-Grid-Based Parallel Numeric Simulations on Clusters of SMPs — A Case Study from an Industrial CFD Simulation -- Scientific Progress in the Par-EXPDE-Project -- gridlib — A Parallel,
Object-Oriented Framework for Hierarchical-Hybrid Grid Structures in Technical Simulation and Scientific Visualization
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemoinformatics , Numerical analysis , Computer mathematics , Physics , Complexity, Computational , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Computer Applications in Chemistry , Numeric Computing , Complexity , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Title:The Analysis of Gene Expression Data Methods and Software
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (46 p.)
Note:10.1007/b97411
Contents:The Analysis of Gene Expression Data: An Overview of Methods and Software -- Visualization and Annotation of Genomic Experiments -- Bioconductor R Packages for Exploratory Analysis and Normalization of cDNA Microarray Data -- An R
Package for Analyses of Affymetrix Oligonucleotide Arrays -- DNA-Chip Analyzer (dChip) -- Expression Profiler -- An S-PLUS Library for the Analysis and Visualization of Differential Expression -- Dragon and Dragon View: Methods for the
Annotation, Analysis, and Visualization of Large-Scale Gene Expression Data -- Snomad: Biologist-Friendly Web Tools for the Standardization and NOrmalization of Microarray Data -- Microarray Analysis Using the MicroArray Explorer --
Parametric Empirical Bayes Methods for Microarrays -- SAM Thresholding and False Discovery Rates for Detecting Differential Gene Expression in DNA Microarrays -- Adaptive Gene Picking with Microarray Data: Detecting Important Low
Abundance Signals -- MAANOVA: A Software Package for the Analysis of Spotted cDNA Microarray Experiments -- GeneClust -- POE: Statistical Methods for Qualitative Analysis of Gene Expression -- Bayesian Decomposition -- Bayesian
Clustering of Gene Expression Dynamics -- Relevance Networks: A First Step Toward Finding Genetic Regulatory Networks Within Microarray Data
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Keywords: Statistics , Human genetics , Mathematical statistics , Biochemistry , Bioinformatics , Probabilities , Statistics , Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Biochemistry, general , Human Genetics , Bioinformatics , Probability and Statistics in Computer Science
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Title:Multicriteria Analysis in Engineering Using the PSI Method with MOVI 1.0
Author(s): Roman B Statnikov
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (262 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-9968-9
Contents:I Parameter Space Investigation Method and its Applications -- 1. Multicriteria Optimization and Parameter Space Investigation Method -- 2. Several Examples of Multicriteria Design -- 3. Decomposition and Aggregation of Large-Scale
Systems -- 4. Multicriteria Identification -- 5. Optimal Design and Multicriteria Control -- II. MOVI Software 1.0 Package User’s Manual -- 1. General Description of the MOVI 1.0 Software Package -- 2. System Requirements -- 3.
Contents of the Distribution Package -- 4. Installing the MOVI 1.0 Software Package and Getting Started -- 5. Interface Library Development Manual -- 6. Database Manager User’s Manual -- 7. MOVI 1.0 Operation -- 8. Exercises --
Appendix B. Problem Files
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Mathematical models , Mathematical optimization , Engineering , Mathematics , Optimization , Engineering, general , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Computer Science, general
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Title:Information Handling in Astronomy - Historical Vistas
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (298 p.)
Note:10.1007/0-306-48080-8
Contents:Half a Century of Intense Maturation -- Evolution of Time Measurement in Astronomy -- Evolution of Data Processing in Optical Astronomy — A Personal Account -- IHAP: Image Handling and Processing System -- FITS: A Remarkable
Achievement in Information Exchange -- The Munich Image Data Analysis System -- AIPS, the VLA, and the VLBA -- Changes in Astronomical Publications During the 20th Century -- The Evolution and Role of the Astronomical Library and
Librarian -- The Development of the Astronomy Digital Library -- From Early Directories to Current Yellow-Page Services -- Pre-College Astronomy Education in the United States in the Twentieth Century -- The Birth and Evolution of the
Planetarium -- The Changing Role of the IAU in Providing and Organizing Information -- Was the Carte du Ciel an Obstruction to the Development of Astrophysics in Europe? -- Amateur Data and Astronomical Discoveries in the 20th Century
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library : 285
Keywords: Statistics , Management information systems , Computer science , Education , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Social sciences , Statistics , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien , Management of Computing and Information Systems , Education, general , Social Sciences, general , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Title:Temporal GIS Advanced Functions for Field-Based Applications
Author(s): George Christakos
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (219 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-56540-3
Contents:1 A BME View to the New Realities of TGIS -- 1.1 Introducing a Temporal Geographical Information System (TGIS) -- 1.2 Field-Based TGIS -- 1.3 TGIS Functions -- 1.4 Novel Contribution to TGIS -- 1.5 Concluding Remarks -- 2
Spatiotemporal Modelling -- 2.1 Spatiotemporal Continuum -- 2.2 The Random Field Model -- 2.3 The Role of Metaphors in TGIS -- 2.4 The Importance of Physical Geometry -- 2.5 Synopsis -- 3 Knowledge Bases Integration -- 3.1 Integrating
Knowledge Bases (KB) into TGIS -- 3.2 General KB and the Associated Physical Constraints -- 3.3 Specificatory KB -- 3.4 Accommodating Knowledge Needs -- 4 Spatiotemporal Mapping -- 4.1 A Formulation of the Spatiotemporal Mapping
Problem -- 4.2 Formal BME Analysis and Mapping -- 4.3 Other Mapping Techniques -- 4.4 Concluding Remarks -- 5 Interpretive BME -- 5.1 Interpretive Issues -- 5.2 An Epistemic Analysis of the BME Approach -- 5.3 Non-Bayesian
Conditionalization -- 5.4 By Way of a Summary -- 6 The BME Toolbox In Action -- 6.1 The Fundamental KB Operators -- 6.2 Step-by-Step BME -- 6.3 Analytic and Synthetic Case-Studies -- 6.4 Quantifying the Mapping Efficiency of Soft Data
-- 6.5 Numerical Investigations of Popular Techniques -- 6.6 Merging Maps with BME -- 6.7 Synopsis -- 7 The BME Computer Library -- 7.1 Computational BME Analysis and the BMEIib -- 7.2 Getting Started -- 7.3 The iolib Directory -- 7.4
The graphlib Directory -- 7.5 The modelslib Directory -- 7.6 The statlib Directory -- 7.7 The bmeprobalib Directory -- 7.8 The bmeintlib Directory -- 7.9 The bmehrlib Directory -- 7.10 Simulations -- 7.11 The genlib Directory -- 7.12
The mvnlib Directory -- 7.13 BMEIib Tutorials, Examples, and Tests -- 8 Scientific Hypothesis Testing, Explanation, and Decision Making -- 8.1 On Scientific Methodology -- 8.2 Hypothesis Testing -- 8.3 Scientific Explanation -- 8.4
Geographotemporal Decision Making -- 8.5 Prelude -- References
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Keywords: Statistics , Earth sciences , Geology , Geotechnical engineering , Statistics , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien , Earth Sciences, general , Geology , Geotechnical Engineering & Applied Earth Sciences
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Title:Steiner Trees in Industry
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (507 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-0255-1
Contents:Steiner Minimum Trees in Uniform Orientation Metrics -- Genetic Algorithm Approaches to Solve Various Steiner Tree Problems -- Neural Network Approaches to Solve Various Steiner Tree Problems -- Steiner Tree Problems in VLSI Layout
Designs -- Polyhedral Approaches for the Steiner Tree Problem on Graphs -- The Perfect Phylogeny Problem -- Approximation Algorithms for the Steiner Tree Problem in Graphs -- A Proposed Experiment on Soap Film Solutions of Planar
Euclidean Steiner Trees -- SteinLib: An Updated Library on Steiner Tree Problems in Graphs -- Steiner Tree Based Distributed Multicast Routing in Networks -- On Cost Allocation in Steiner Tree Networks -- Steiner Trees and the Dynamic
Quadratic Assignment Problem -- Polynomial Time Algorithms for the Rectilinear Steiner Tree Problem -- Minimum Networks for Separating and Surrounding Objects -- A First Level Scatter Search Implementation for Solving the Steiner Ring
Problem in Telecommunications Network Design -- The Rectilinear Steiner Tree Problem: A Tutorial
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Series:Combinatorial Optimization: 11
Keywords: Computer science , Computer communication systems , Computers , Computer-aided engineering , Evolutionary biology , Electrical engineering , Computer Science , Computer Communication Networks , Computer-Aided Engineering (CAD, CAE) and Design , Electrical Engineering , Theory of Computation , Evolutionary Biology
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Title:Advances in Software Tools for Scientific Computing
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (362 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-57172-5
Contents:A Modern Framework for Portable High-Performance Numerical Linear Algebra -- Blitz++: The Library that Thinks it is a Compiler -- The Design of Sparse Direct Solvers using Object-Oriented Techniques -- A Sparse Grid PDE Solver
Discretization, Adaptivity, Software Design and Parallelization -- Java as an Environment for Scientific Computing -- ODE Software that Computes Guaranteed Bounds on the Solution -- The Evolution and Testing of a Medium Sized Numerical
Package -- An Object-Oriented Approach to the Finite Element Modeling and Design of Material Processes -- Object-Oriented Field Recovery and Error Estimation in Finite Ele- ment Methods -- Designing an ODE Solving Environment --
Generalized Maps in Geological Modeling: Object-Oriented Design of Topological Kernels -- Author Index
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Series:Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering: 10
Keywords: Computer science , Software engineering , Computers , Algorithms , Numerical analysis , Computer Science , Theory of Computation , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems , Numerical Analysis , Algorithms
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Title:Astronomy on the Personal Computer
Author(s): Oliver Montenbruck
Date:2000
Edition:Fourth, Completely Revised Edition
Size:1 online resource (300 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-03436-7
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Coordinate Systems -- 3 Calculation of Rising and Setting Times -- 4 Cometary Orbits -- 5 Special Perturbations -- 6 Planetary Orbits -- 7 Physical Ephemerides of the Planets -- 8 The Orbit of the Moon -- 9 Solar
Eclipses -- 10 Stellar Occultations -- 11 Orbit Determination -- 12 Astrometry -- A.1 The Accompanying CD-ROM -- A.1.1 Contents -- A.1.2 System Requirements -- A.1.3 Executing the Programs -- A.2 Compiling and Linking the Programs --
A.2.1 General Advice on Computer-Specific Modifications -- A.2.2 Microsoft Visual C++ for Windows 98/2000/XP -- A.2.3 GNU C++ for Linux -- A.3 List of the Library Functions -- Symbols.
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Keywords: Physics , Geophysics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astronomy , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Geophysics/Geodesy , Numerical and Computational Physics , Popular Science in Astronomy
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Title:Evolutionary Algorithms
Author(s):
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (293 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1542-4
Contents:Genetic algorithms as multi-coordinators in large-scale optimization -- Telecommunication network optimization with genetic algorithms: A decade of practice -- Using evolutionary algorithms to search for control parameters in a
nonlinear partial differential equation -- Applying genetic algorithms to real-world problems -- An overview of evolutionary programming -- A hierarchical genetic algorithm for system identification and curve fitting with a
supercomputer implementation -- Experiences with the PGAPack parallel genetic algorithm library -- The significance of the evaluation function in evolutionary algorithms -- Genetic algorithm optimization of atomic clusters -- Search,
binary representations and counting optima -- An investigation of GA performance results for different cardinality alphabets -- Genetic algorithms and the design of experiments -- Efficient parameter optimization based on combination
of direct global and local search methods -- What are genetic algorithms? A mathematical prespective -- Survey of projects involving evolutionary algorithms sponsored by the Electric Power Research Institute
ISBN:9781461215424
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Series:The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications: 111
Keywords: Computer science , Artificial intelligence , Computer Science , Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)
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Title:Maple V Programming Guide
Author(s): M. B Monagan
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (379 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-2214-9
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 Getting Started -- 1.2 Basic Programming Constructs -- 1.3 Basic Data Structures -- 1.4 Computing with Formulae -- 2. Fundamentals -- 2.1 Evaluation Rules -- 2.2 Nested Procedures -- 2.3 Types -- 2.4 Choosing a
Data Structure: Connected Graphs -- 2.5 Remember Tables -- 2.6 Conclusion -- 3. Advanced Programming -- 3.1 Procedures Which Return Procedures -- 3.2 When Local Variables Leave Home -- 3.3 Interactive Input -- 3.4 Extending Maple --
3.5 Writing Your Own Packages -- 3.6 Conclusion -- 4. The Maple Language -- 4.1 Language Elements -- 4.2 Escape Characters -- 4.3 Statements -- 4.4 Expressions -- 4.5 Useful Looping Constructs -- 4.6 Substitution -- 4.7 Conclusion --
5. Procedures -- 5.1 Procedure Definitions -- 5.2 Parameter Passing -- 5.3 Local and Global Variables -- 5.4 Procedure Options and the Description Field -- 5.5 The Value Returned by a Procedure -- 5.6 The Procedure Object -- 5.7
Explorations -- 5.8 Conclusion -- 6. Debugging Maple Programs -- 6.1 A Tutorial Example -- 6.2 Invoking the Debugger -- 6.3 Examining and Changing the State of the System -- 6.4 Controlling Execution -- 6.5 Restrictions -- 7. Numerical
Programming in Maple -- 7.1 The Basics of evalf -- 7.2 Hardware Floating-Point Numbers -- 7.3 Floating-Point Models in Maple -- 7.4 Extending the evalf Command -- 7.5 Using the Matlab Package -- 7.6 Conclusion -- 8. Programming with
Maple Graphics -- 8.1 Basic Plot Functions -- 8.2 Programming with Plotting Library Functions -- 8.3 Maple’s Plotting Data Structures -- 8.4 Programming with Plot Data Structures -- 8.5 Programming with the plottools Package -- 8.6
Example: Vector Field Plots -- 8.7 Generating Grids of Points -- 8.8 Animation -- 8.9 Programming with Color -- 8.10 Conclusion -- 9. Input and Output -- 9.1 A Tutorial Example -- 9.2 File Types and Modes -- 9.3 File Descriptors versus
File Names -- 9.4 File Manipulation Commands -- 9.5 Input Commands -- 9.6 Output Commands -- 9.7 Conversion Commands -- 9.8 A Detailed Example -- 9.9 Notes to C Programmers -- 9.10 Conclusion
ISBN:9781461222149
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemometrics , Computer science , Algorithms , Physics , Computational intelligence , Mathematics , Algorithms , Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Math. Applications in Chemistry , Computational Intelligence
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Call number:SPRINGER-1997-9789401157643:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The Letters and Papers of Jan Hendrik Oort As Archived in the University Library, Leiden
Author(s): J. K Katgert-Merkelijn
Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (198 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5764-3
Contents:1. Research and Teaching -- 1.1. Research, general -- 1.2. Specific research for special lectures -- 1.3. Book reviews, biographies etc -- 1.4. Popular lectures and articles -- 1.5. Courses of lectures at Leiden Observatory -- 1.6.
Other lectures -- 1.7. Research of colleagues and students -- 1.8. Lecture notes when a student -- 1.9. Chapter 21 of Stars and Stellar Systems V Book -- 1.10. Notes on literature -- 2. Correspondence -- 2.1. General correspondence --
2.2. Personal correspondence -- 2.3. Strange letters and wild theories -- 2.4. Correspondence with foreign visitors -- 2.5. Correspondence on travel arrangements -- 2.6. Correspondence on projects financed by ZWO -- 2.7. Letters of
recommendation -- 3. Leiden Observatory -- 3.1. Correspondence on the Observatory at Hartebeespoortdam -- 3.2. Correspondence Rockefeller Telescope -- 3.3. Leids Sterrewacht Fonds -- 3.4. Leids Kerkhoven-Bosscha Fonds (LKBF) -- 3.5.
Assistant Director -- 3.6. Director, 1945-1947 -- 3.7. Kenya Expedition -- 3.8. Bosscha Observatory at Lembang -- 3.9. Diaries day-to-day appointments -- 3.10. Jan Hendrik Oortfonds -- 4. Leiden University -- 4.1. Baccalaureate
Committee, 1957-1960 -- 4.2. Committee for the Development of Scientific Research -- 4.3. Boerhaave Museum for the History of Science -- 4.4. Academic Arts Committee -- 4.5. Curatoren -- 4.6. Senate, 1951-1955, 1963-1969 -- 4.7.
Faculty of Science -- 4.8. Bachiene Foundation -- 4.9. Civitas Academica -- 5. Astronomy in the Netherlands -- 5.1. Netherlands Foundation for Radio Astronomy -- 5.2. Benelux Cross Antenna Project, 1958-1967 -- 5.3. Space Research --
5.4. Bulletin of the Astronomical Institutes of the Netherlands -- 5.5. Eclipse Commission -- 5.6. Summer course at Nijenrode, 1960 -- 5.7. Scientific meetings -- 5.8. Dutch Telescope in Southern Europe -- 5.9. Academic Council,
section Astronomy (SSAR) -- 6. Netherlands -- 6.1. KNAW (Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences) -- 6.2. Other learned societies and organizations, both national and foreign -- 6.3. Speeches -- 6.4. Teacher’s degree examinations, 1930-1941 --
6.5. Academic Council -- 6.6. KNMI (Royal Dutch Meteorological Institute) -- 6.7. Editorial Board of Natuur en Techniek -- 6.8. Christiaan Huygens -- 7. Europe -- 7.1. European Southern Observatory -- 7.2. Astronomy and Astrophysics,
1968-1972 -- 7.3. Astronomy and Astrophysics, correspondence and referee reports -- 7.4. European Conferences -- 7.5. Foreign Programme committees, 1971-1977 -- 7.6. Astronomy in Germany, 1967 -- 7.7. Pontifical Academy -- 7.8. Jury
membership Prix Docteur A. de Leeuw -- 8. International (World) -- 8.1. International Astronomical Union (IAU) -- 8.2. Inter-Union Committee for the Allocation of Frequencies -- 8.3. International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) --
8.4. Symposia -- 8.5. Foreign Visits, lectures, and seminars -- 8.6. Honours and prizes -- 8.7. International Computation Centre -- 8.8. Copernicus 500th Anniversary celebrations -- 8.9. Periodical publications -- 8.10 Humanitarian
Issues -- 9. Personal Archives -- 9.1 Correspondence -- 9.2 Documents and notes -- 9.3 Personal notes and diaries -- 9.4 Press cuttings -- List Of Publications -- List Of Abbreviations -- Name Index
ISBN:9789401157643
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library: 213
Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Call number:SPRINGER-1997-9789400900554:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Electronic Publishing for Physics and Astronomy
Author(s):
Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (250 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0055-4
Contents:— Electronic Publishing in its Context -- The Impact of Information Technology and Networks: New Perspectives for Scientific, Technical and Medical (STM) Publishing -- Advanced Multimedia Publishing: Where does Europe Stand in the
Wired World? -- The Technologies which Underpin Electronic Publishing -- Electronic Publishing: The Role of a Large Scientific Society -- The AAS Program of Electronic Publication -- The Project of Electronic Publication of ‘Astronomy
and Astrophysics’ -- The ACM Electronic Publishing Plan -- The ACM Interim Copyright Policy -- The ICSU Press Programme on Electronic Publishing in Science -- Electronic Publishing: Economic Issues in a Time of Transition -- Rights
Management in Electronic Environments -- Protecting Published Science -- Bits and Bytes and Still a Lot of Paper: Astronomy Libraries and Librarians in the Age of Electronic Publishing -- The Role of Data Centres in the Era of
Electronic Publishing -- The Digital Library of the Astrophysics Data System -- Electronic Yellow-Page Services: The Star*s Family as an Example of Diversified Publishing -- Electronic Publishing at Institute of Physics -- Ideal and
Appeal: A Model for Consortium Licensing of Electronic Journal Collections
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library: 224
Keywords: Physics , Computer science , Information storage and retrieval , Text processing (Computer science) , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Physics , Physics, general , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Document Preparation and Text Processing , Information Storage and Retrieval , Computer Science, general
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Title:Bayesian Heuristic Approach to Discrete and Global Optimization Algorithms, Visualization, Software, and Applications
Author(s): Jonas Mockus
Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (397 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-2627-5
Contents:I Bayesian Approach -- 1 Different Approaches to Numerical Techniques and Different Ways of Regarding Heuristics: Possibilities and Limitations -- 2 Information-Based Complexity (IBC) and the Bayesian Heuristic Approach -- 3
Mathematical Justification of the Bayesian Heuristics Approach -- II Global Optimization -- 4 Bayesian Approach to Continuous Global and Stochastic Optimization -- 5 Examples of Continuous Optimization -- 6 Long-Memory Processes and
Exchange Rate Forecasting -- 7 Optimization Problems in Simple Competitive Model -- III Networks Optimization -- 8 Application of Global Line-Search in the Optimization of Networks -- 9 Solving Differential Equations by Event- Driven
Techniques for Parameter Optimization -- 10 Optimization in Neural Networks -- IV Discrete Optimization -- 11 Bayesian Approach to Discrete Optimization -- 12 Examples of Discrete Optimization -- 13 Application of BHA to Mixed Integer
Nonlinear Programming (MINLP) -- V Batch Process Scheduling -- 14 Batch/Semi-Continuous Process Scheduling Using MRP Heuristics -- 15 Batch Process Scheduling Using Simulated Annealing -- 16 Genetic Algorithms for BATCH Process
Scheduling Using BHA and MILP Formulation -- VI Software for Global Optimization -- 17 Introduction to Global Optimization Software (GM) -- 18 Portable Fortran Library for Continuous Global Optimization -- 19 Software for Continuous
Global Optimization Using Unix C++ -- 20 Examples of Unix C++ Software Applications -- VII Visualization -- 21 Dynamic Visualization in Modeling and Optimization of Ill Defined Problems: Case Studies and Generalizations -- References
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Series:Nonconvex Optimization and Its Applications: 17
Keywords: Mathematics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mathematical optimization , Combinatorics , Statistics , Mathematics , Combinatorics , Optimization , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien , Applications of Mathematics
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Title:Introduction to Maple
Author(s): André Heck
Date:1996
Edition:Second Edition
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-0484-5
Contents:1 Introduction to Computer Algebra -- 1.1 What is Computer Algebra? -- 1.2 Computer Algebra Systems -- 1.3 Some Properties of Computer Algebra Systems -- 1.4 Advantages of Computer Algebra -- 1.5 Limitations of Computer Algebra -- 1.6
Design of Maple -- 2 The First Steps: Calculus on Numbers -- 2.1 Getting Started -- 2.2 Getting Help -- 2.3 Integers and Rational Numbers -- 2.4 Irrational Numbers and Floating-Point Numbers -- 2.5 Algebraic Numbers -- 2.6 Complex
Numbers -- 2.7 Exercises -- 3 Variables and Names -- 3.1 Assignment and Unassignment -- 3.2 Evaluation -- 3.3 Names of Variables -- 3.4 Basic Data Types -- 3.5 Attributes -- 3.6 Properties -- 3.7 Exercises -- 4 Getting Around with
Maple -- 4.1 Maple Input and Output -- 4.2 The Maple Library -- 4.3 Reading and Writing Files -- 4.4 Importing and Exporting Numerical Data -- 4.5 Low-Level I/O -- 4.6 Code Generation -- 4.7 Changing Maple to Your Own Taste -- 4.8
Exercises -- 5 Polynomials and Rational Functions -- 5.1 Univariate Polynomials -- 5.2 Multivariate Polynomials -- 5.3 Rational Functions -- 5.4 Conversions -- 5.5 Exercises -- 6 Internal Data Representation and Substitution -- 6.1
Internal Representation of Polynomials -- 6.2 Generalized Rational Expressions -- 6.3 Substitution -- 6.4 Exercises -- 7 Manipulation of Polynomials and Rational Expressions -- 7.1 Expansion -- 7.2 Factorization -- 7.3 Canonical Form
and Normal Form -- 7.4 Normalization -- 7.5 Collection -- 7.6 Sorting -- 7.7 Exercises -- 8 Functions -- 8.1 Mathematical Functions -- 8.2 Arrow Operators -- 8.3 Piecewise Defined Functions -- 8.4 Maple Procedures -- 8.5 Recursive
Procedure Definitions -- 8.6 unapply -- 8.7 Operations on Functions -- 8.8 Anonymous Functions -- 8.9 Exercises -- 9 Differentiation -- 9.1 Symbolic Differentiation -- 9.2 Automatic Differentiation -- 9.3 Exercises -- 10 Integration
and Summation -- 10.1 Indefinite Integration -- 10.2 Definite Integration -- 10.3 Numerical Integration -- 10.4 Integral Transforms -- 10.5 Assisting Maple’s Integrator -- 10.6 Summation -- 10.7 Exercises -- 11 Series, Approximation,
and Limits -- 11.1 Truncated Series -- 11.2 Approximation of Functions -- 11.3 Power Series -- 11.4 Limits -- 11.5 Exercises -- 12 Composite Data Types -- 12.1 Sequence -- 12.2 Set -- 12.3 List -- 12.4 Array -- 12.5 Table -- 12.6 Last
Name Evaluation -- 12.7 Function Call -- 12.8 Conversion Between Composite Data Types -- 12.9 Exercises -- 13 The Assume Facility -- 13.1 The Need for an Assume Facility -- 13.2 Basics of assume -- 13.3 An Algebra of Properties -- 13.4
Implementation of assume -- 13.5 Exercises -- 13.6 Hierarchy of Properties -- 14 Simplification -- 14.1 Automatic Simplification -- 14.2 expand -- 14.3 combine -- 14.4 simplify -- 14.5 convert -- 14.6 Trigonometric Simplification --
14.7 Simplification w.r.t. Side Relations -- 14.8 Control Over Simplification -- 14.9 Defining Your Own Simplification Routines -- 14.10 Exercises -- 14.11 Simplification Chart -- 15 Graphics -- 15.1 Some Basic Two-Dimensional Plots --
15.2 Options of plot -- 15.3 The Structure of Two-Dimensional Graphics -- 15.4 The plottools Package -- 15.5 Special Two-Dimensional Plots -- 15.6 Two-Dimensional Geometry -- 15.7 Plot Aliasing -- 15.8 A Common Mistake -- 15.9 Some
Basic Three-Dimensional Plots -- 15.10 Options of plot3d -- 15.11 The Structure of Three-Dimensional Graphics -- 15.12 Special Three-Dimensional Plots -- 15.13 Data Plotting -- 15.14 Animation -- 15.15 List of Plot Options -- 15.16
Exercises -- 16 Solving Equations -- 16.1 Equations in One Unknown -- 16.2 Abbreviations in solve -- 16.3 Some Difficulties -- 16.4 Systems of Equations -- 16.5 The Gröbner Basis Method -- 16.6 Inequalities -- 16.7 Numerical Solvers --
16.8 Other Solvers in Maple -- 16.9 Exercises -- 17 Differential Equations -- 17.1 First Glance at ODEs -- 17.2 Analytic Solutions -- 17.3 Taylor Series Method -- 17.4 Power Series Method -- 17.5 Numerical Solutions -- 17.6 DEtools --
17.7 Perturbation Methods -- 17.8 Partial Differential Equations -- 17.9 Lie Point Symmetries of PDEs -- 17.10 Exercises -- 18 Linear Algebra: The linalg Package -- 18.1 Loading the linalg Package -- 18.2 Creating New Vectors and
Matrices -- 18.3 Vector and Matrix Arithmetic -- 18.4 Basic Matrix Functions -- 18.5 Structural Operations -- 18.6 Vector Operations -- 18.7 Standard Forms of Matrices -- 18.8 Exercises -- 19 Linear Algebra: Applications -- 19.1
Kinematics of the Stanford Manipulator -- 19.2 A Three-Compartment Model of Cadmium Transfer -- 19.3 Molecular-Orbital Hückel Theory -- 19.4 Vector Analysis -- 19.5 Moore-Penrose Inverse -- 19.6 Exercises -- References
ISBN:9781468404845
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemistry, Physical and theoretical , Computer science , Computer graphics , Algebra , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Physics , Mathematics , Algebra , Analysis , Theoretical and Computational Chemistry , Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation , Computer Graphics , Mathematical Methods in Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1995-9789401103978:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Information & On-Line Data in Astronomy
Author(s):
Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (291 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-0397-8
Contents:Facets and Challenges of the Information Technology Evolution -- The Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory Archive -- Data from the X-ray Observatory ROSAT -- The Einstein On-Line Service -- The EUVE Archive -- The IUE Archives -- Building
the archive facility of the ESO Very Large Telescope -- Deep Near Infrared Survey of the Southern Sky (DENIS) -- Data from the Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) -- The NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database -- LEDA: The Lyon-Meudon
Extragalactic Database -- The Database for Galactic Open Clusters (BDA) -- The HEASARC facility -- IPAC Datasets and On-Line Services -- The Archives of the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre -- A global perspective on astronomical data
and information: the Strasbourg astronomical Data Center (CDS) -- Data Holdings in the ADS -- The European Space Information System (ESIS) -- The Star*s Family: An example of comprehensive yellow-page services -- Library Information
Services -- How to make your information available on the network -- Computer Networking in Astronomy -- Data Storage Technology for Astronomy -- NED and SIMBAD Conventions for Bibliographic Reference Coding -- List of Authors -- List
of Acronyms
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library: 203
Keywords: Statistics , Data structures (Computer science) , Text processing (Computer science) , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Statistics , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien , Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory , Document Preparation and Text Processing , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Title:Systolic Computations
Author(s): M. A Frumkin
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (319 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-2514-7
Contents:Ch. 1. VLSI models -- 1. Short history of the parallel processing -- 2. Physical opportunities and limits of VLSI -- 3. Algorithms for VLSI -- Ch. 2. The complexity of VLSI computations -- 1. VLSI complexity and complexity of
algorithms -- 2. Grid model of VLSI design -- 3. Complexity of parallel computations -- Ch. 3. Systolic algorithms and systolic processors -- 1. Systolic processing -- 2. Mapping systolic algorithms on systolic processors -- 3. Graphs
of systolic processors -- 4. Iterations of systolic processors -- Ch. 4. The systolic programming 225 -- 1. Systolic processors and supercomputers -- 2. Parallel programming languages 245 -- 3. Systolic programming in UNIX environment
-- Appendix 1. Library of systolic algorithms -- Appendix 2. The grammar of the SPL -- References
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Series:Mathematics and Its Applications (Soviet Series): 83
Keywords: Mathematics , Microprocessors , Software engineering , Computers , Computer science , Algorithms , Mathematical models , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems , Mathematics of Computing , Algorithms , Processor Architectures , Theory of Computation
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Title:Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization Models and Methods with Applications
Author(s):
Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (394 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-76307-6
Contents:I: Mathematical and statistical methods for classification and data analysis -- Classification and clustering methods -- An agglomerative method for two-mode hierarchical clustering -- Selection from overlapping classifications -- On
cluster methods for qualitative data II -- A regression analytic modification of Ward’s method: A contribution to the relation between cluster analysis and factor analysis -- The “partition with a structure” concept in biological data
analysis -- Classification with neural networks -- Statistical and probabilistic aspects of clustering and classifications -- Multigraphs for the uncovering and testing of structures -- Estimators and relative efficiencies in models of
overlapping samples -- Lower bounds for the tail probabilities of the scan statistic -- Poisson approximations of image processes in computer tomography -- Statistical, geometrical and algebraic methods for data analysis -- Some recent
developments in linear models: A short survey (plenary lecture) -- Causal analysis in marketing research with LISREL or a combination of traditional multivariate methods? -- Analysis of data measured on a lattice -- Dual algorithms in
multidimensional scaling -- Comparison of biplot analysis and formal concept analysis in the case of a repertory grid -- Convexity in ordinal data -- Classification and seriation by iterative reordering of a data matrix -- Data
analysis based on a conceptual file -- II: Knowledge organization, data bases, and information retrieval -- Modelling, representation and organization of conceptual knowledge -- Decentralized modelling of data and relationships in
enterprises -- A contribution to the examination of semantic relations between lexemes -- A mathematical model for conceptual knowledge systems -- Compositional semantics and concept representation 163 -- Data bases, expert systems,
information retrieval, and library systems -- Small and beautiful? Some remarks on evaluating microcomputer based library systems -- A tool for validating PROLOG programs -- On the database component in the knowledge-based system
WIMDAS -- Information retrieval techniques in rule-based expert systems -- Object databases and thesauri for small museums (plenary lecture) -- Terminology and classification -- The structure and role of specialized information in
scientific and technical terminologies -- Terminology work in the World Health Organization: EUROTERM abbreviations -- HyperTerm — A proposal for a user-friendly termbank -- The role of classification in terminology documentation
(plenary lecture) -- III: Applications and methods for special subject fields -- Classification, systematics, and evolution in biology -- The hierarchy of organisms: Systematics and classification in biology (plenary lecture) --
Estimating phylogenies with invariant functions of data (plenary lecture) -- Statistical analysis of genetic distance data -- Variance estimation in the additive tree model -- Classification and documentation in medicine --
Semi-automated classification of medical phrases using a personal computer -- Structure of informations on medical trials -- Recent problems and longterm activities in the classification of medical concepts -- Exploring
three-dimensional image data with classification methods -- Data analysis in the archeological and historical sciences -- The reconstruction of “genetic kinship” in prehistoric burial complexes — Problems and statistics -- An approach
to a formal statistical analysis of historical data based on the town of Bamberg -- Automatic syntax analysis of meroitic funeral inscriptions -- Application of computers in historical-topographical research: A database for travel
reports on Greece (18th and 19th century) -- The use of multivariate statistics in Scandinavian archeology -- The application of correspondence analysis: some examples in archeology -- An analysis of beads found in the Merovingian
cemetery of Weingarten -- Classification in industry: Coding systems and commodity description -- Bank code numbers as defining arguments and controlling tools in automated payments -- From commodity description to expert systems --
Tabular layouts of article characteristics and formal concept analysis (in German) -- The postcode, a local and routing code for the transport of mail items
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Keywords: Statistics , Operations research , Decision making , Data structures (Computer science) , Statistics , Statistics for Business/Economics/Mathematical Finance/Insurance , Operation Research/Decision Theory , Data Structures
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Title:Supercomputational Science
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (349 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-5820-6
Contents:Supercomputers in the Computational Sciences -- Supercomputing on Conventional Architectures -- Supercomputing with Novel Architectures -- Good Programming Techniques I: Testing and the Life Cycle of a Software Product -- Good
Programming Techniques II: Test Case Design Methodologies -- Good Programming Techniques III: Non-Computer Based Testing -- Parallel Processing on Shared Memory Multi-User Systems -- Running FORTRAN Programmes in an OCCAM Environment
-- Numerical Recipes for Supercomputers -- The NAG Library in a Supercomputing Environment -- Computer Simulation of Plasmas -- Computational Implementation of the R-Matrix Method in Atomic and Molecular Collision Problems --
Multitasking the Householder Diagonalization Algorithm on the CRAY X-MP/48 -- Relativistic Atomic Structure Calculations I: Basic Theory and the Finite Basis Set Approximation -- Relativistic Atomic Structure Calculations II:
Computational Aspects of the Finite Basis Set Method -- Vector Processing and Parallel Processing in Many-Body Perturbation Theory Calculations for Electron Correlation Effects in Atoms and Molecules -- Electron Correlation in Small
Molecules and the Configuration Interaction Method -- Energy Minimization and Structure Factor Refinement Methods -- Molecular Dynamics Methods -- Molecular Dynamics of Protein Molecules -- Supercomputers in Drug Design -- Path
Integral Simulations of Excess Electrons in Condensed Matter -- Computational Methods in Electronic Structure Calculations of Complex Solids -- Implementation of a Numerical Sea Model on a CRAY X-MP Series Computer -- River Flood
Prediction: A Study in FORTRAN Optimization -- Supercomputing — A Forward Look -- Contributors
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Keywords: Mathematics , Microprocessors , Computer mathematics , Mathematics , Computational Science and Engineering , Processor Architectures , Biomedicine general
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Title:Conceptual and Numerical Analysis of Data Proceedings of the 13th Conference of the Gesellschaft für Klassifikation e. V., University of Augsburg, April 10–12, 1989
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Date:1989
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Note:10.1007/978-3-642-75040-3
Contents:Section 1: Data Analysis and Classification: Basic Concepts and Methods -- Robustness of Estimation Methods against Small Sample Sizes and Nonnormality in Confirmatory Factor Analysis Models -- Probabilistic Aspects in Cluster
Analysis -- Symbolic Cluster Analysis -- Analysis of Nonnormal Longitudinal Data with Generalized Linear Models -- Cluster Methods for Qualitative Data -- On Testing for and against Inequality Restrictions -- Evaluation of a Survey
with Methods of Formal Concept Analysis -- A New Modification of the Rand Index for Comparing Partitions -- Relations between Models for Three-Way Factor Analysis and Multidimensional Scaling -- Algorithms in Multidimensional Scaling
-- Extensions of Correspondence Analysis for the Statistical Exploration of Multidimensional Contingency Tables -- Numerical Classification of Biased Estimators -- An Agglomerative Algorithm of Overlapping Clustering -- Isotonic
Regression — For a Monotone Index on a Hierarchy -- On the Interpretation of Median Relations -- Least Squares Approximation of Additive Trees -- Geometric Representation of Concept Lattices -- On Properties of Additive Tree Algorithms
-- Section 2: Applications in Library Sciences, Documentation and Information Sciences -- Knowledge Structures and Knowledge Representation: Psychological Models of Conceptual Order -- Qualitative and Numerical Data in a
Three-dimensional System -- New Concepts and Terms During the French Revolution. A Classification of the Neologisms According to their Origin -- Einige sprachliche Probleme bei der Arbeit an einer Klassifikation und deren Registern --
Data Analysis in Literary Studies -- Have Very Large Data Bases Methodological Relevance? -- Priority-Based Classification of Available Information — An Important Aspect of Future User Interfaces -- Section 3: Applications in Economics
and Social Sciences -- Computer-Based and Quantitative Methods in Market Research -- Sample Techniques Used in Marketing Research -- Generalized Latent Class Analysis: A New Methodology for Market Structure Analysis -- The Use of the
Logical Programming Language PROLOG as a Classification Method -- Classification and Selection of Consumer Purchase Behaviour Models -- Towards a New Socioeconomic Classification Scheme for Farm Households Using a Cluster Analysis
Technique -- Identification of Multiple Criteria Decision Making -- Explorative Data Analysis and Macroeconomics -- A Microeconometric Study of Travelling Behaviour -- Inference Techniques in Decision Support Systems — Comparison and
Example from Data Analysis -- Section 4: Applications in Natural Sciences and Computer Sciences -- The Classification of Organisms — The Hurdle of Homology — -- Limits in the Reconstruction of Phylogenetic Trees Exemplified with 5S
rRNA Sequences -- The Concept of Information in Computer Science -- Exploring Homologous tRNA Sequence Data: Positional Mutation Rates and Genetic Distance -- Nucleotide Sequence Analysis of Conserved Genes from Bacteria -- An Analysis
of Throughput Measurements on a Computer Network -- AC-Characteristics and the Pass/Fail Performance of a Memory Chip -- Authors
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Keywords: Statistics , Operations research , Decision making , Data structures (Computer science) , Economic theory , Statistics , Statistics for Business/Economics/Mathematical Finance/Insurance , Operation Research/Decision Theory , Data Structures , Economic Theory/Quantitative Economics/Mathematical Methods
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Call number:SPRINGER-1988-9783642738524:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Beyond the Atom The Philosophical Thought of Wolfgang Pauli
Author(s): Kalervo V Laurikainen
Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (234 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-73852-4
Contents:I Introduction -- Biographical Information -- II Positivism and Realism -- Pauli’s Positivism -- Pauli’s Realism -- III The Reality of Opposites -- Seekers of Another Way -- Absolute Causality and Freedom -- IV The Metaphysical Roots
of Science -- The Birth of a Mathematical Natural Science -- A New Concept of Causality -- V Spirit and Matter -- The Twilight of Parallelism -- Statistical Causality -- The Idea of a Detached Observer -- In Conclusion -- VI The Limits
of Knowledge -- Uncertainty -- Pauli’s Attitude -- Archetypes -- Sychronicity -- VII Mysticism -- Another Way -- Explanatory Comments -- Die Wissenschaft und das abendländische Denken (1955) -- VIII The Problem of Evil -- Irrationality
and Evil -- Excerpts from Pauli’s Letter to Fierz of Oct. 11, 1953 -- Henry More: The Dream of Bathynous -- The Darker Side of God -- A Certain Dream -- IX Quaternity -- The Number Four and Reality -- The Problem of “The Fourth” --
Where Leads the Road? -- The Quarternarian Concept of Reality -- X Transcendental Reality -- Synchronicity -- Observer and Observed -- The Veiled Reality -- The Irrational Dimensions of Reality -- Appendices
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Keywords: Physics , Library science , Physics , History and Philosophical Foundations of Physics , Library Science
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Call number:SPRINGER-1987-9789400938892:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Numerical Integration Recent Developments, Software and Applications
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (394 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-3889-2
Contents:Theoretical Aspects of One-Dimensional Quadrature -- The convergence of noninterpolatory product integration rules -- Some quadrature rules for finite trigonometric and related integrals -- Modified Clenshaw-Curtis integration and
applications to numerical computation of integral transforms -- Fast generation of quadrature rules with some special properties -- Quadrature methods for the determination of zeros of transcendental functions - a review -- Computation
of the index of an analytic function -- Approximate computation of strongly oscillatory integrals with compound precision -- Bounds and approximations for the zeros of classical orthogonal polynomials. Their use in generating
quadrature rules. -- Indefinite integration formulas based on the sinc expansion -- On positive quadrature rules -- Quadrature rules with end-point corrections - comments on a paper by Garloff, Solak and Szydelko -- Comparison of
Gauss-Hermite and midpoint quadrature with application to the Voigt function -- Theoretical Aspects of Multiple Quadrature -- On sequences of imbedded integration rules -- Asymptotic expansions and their applications in numerical
integration -- Construction of three-dimensional cubature formulae with points on regular and semi-regular polytopes -- Construction of sequences of embedded cubature formulae for circular symmetric planar regions -- On the
construction of higher degree three dimensional embedded integration rules -- Fully symmetric integration rules for the unit four-cube -- On the construction of cubature formulae with few nodes using Groebner bases -- Quasi-random
sequences for optimization and numerical integration -- Non-fortuitous, non-product, non-fully symmetric cubature structures -- Algorithms, Software and Applications -- A parallelization of adaptive integration methods -- The numerical
evaluation of multiple integrals on parallel computers -- Vectorisation of one dimensional quadrature codes -- Performance of self-validating adaptive quadrature -- Using weight functions in self-validating quadrature -- On the
construction of a practical Ermakov-Zolotukhin multiple integrator -- Interactive numerical quadrature -- The design of a generic quadrature library in Ada -- The integration of the multivariate normal density function for the
triangular method -- Numerical integration in scalar wave scattering, with application to acoustic scattering by fish -- Software Classification and Testing -- Testing multiple integrators -- A package for testing multiple integration
subroutines -- A test of some well known one dimensional general purpose automatic quadrature routines -- Development of useful quadrature software, with particular emphasis on microcomputers -- Appendix I: Final Program -- Appendix
II: Discussion -- List of Participants -- List of Contributors
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Keywords: Computer science , Microprocessors , Computers , Numerical analysis , Computer Science , Theory of Computation , Processor Architectures , Numeric Computing
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Title:Introduction to Numerical Computation in Pascal
Author(s): P. M Dew
Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (291 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-3940-4
Contents:1 Fundamental Techniques -- 1 Programming in Pascal -- 2 Principles of Mathematical Software -- 3 Basic Mathematics and Applications -- 4 Real Numbers, Machine Numbers and Errors -- 2 Development of Mathematical Software -- 5 Solution
of Non-linear Equations in One Variable: Newton’s Method -- 6 Solution of Non-linear Equations in One Variable: Interval Methods -- 7 Systems of Linear Equations -- 8 Numerical Integration: Fixed-point Rules -- 9 Numerical Integration:
Adaptive Methods -- Appendix A: Predeclared Mathematical Functions in Pascal -- Appendix B: Summary of the mathlib Library -- Appendix C: The Utility Functions powerr, poweri and roundt -- Appendix D: Notes on Portability -- Solutions
to Exercises -- References
ISBN:9781475739404
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Computer science , Numerical analysis , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mathematics , Applications of Mathematics , Computer Science, general , Mathematics of Computing , Numeric Computing
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Title:Automated Data Retrieval in Astronomy Proceedings of the 64th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union Held in Strasbourg, France, July 7–10, 1981
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (328 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-7858-4
Contents:A. Existing Data Centers -- 1. The Stellar Data Center -- 2. The Astronomical Data Base and Retrieval System at NASA -- 3. The Soviet Center of Astronomical Data -- 4. Management of Astronomical Data at Kanazawa Data Center -- 5.
Activities of the Potsdam Data Center -- 6. IUE Data Distribution -- 7. Infrared Astronomical Data Base and Catalog of Infrared Observations -- 8. Data on Time and Polar Motion: Immediate Accessibility -- 9. The National Space Science
Data Center (NSSDC) and the World Data Center A for Rockets and Satellites (WDC-A-R&S) : Their Role in X-Ray Astronomy Data -- 10. The Stellar Data File at Dearborn Observatory -- B. Data Networks -- 11. Euronet-Diane, premier réseau
européen de transfert de l’information -- 12. The U.K. STARLINK computer network -- 13. ASTRONET . The network of analysis and retrieval of astronomical data in Italy -- 14. The International URSIGRAM and World Days Service -- C. New
Hardware -- 15. New developments in data storage (Review paper) -- D. Recent Software Developments -- 16. System software approaches to the Analysis of Multidimensional Data Structures -- 17. A fast method to retrieve data from a large
star catalogue file -- 18. On Systems of Standards -- 19. Digital Image Processing and Data Retrieval: The Needs -- 20. International standards for software structures in astronomy -- 21. Archiving and retrieval of data from the
International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE) mission -- 22. Towards effective data processing: portable software models -- 23. A process for retrieval of data from a compiled star catalogue -- 24. A data analysis facility for the Faint
Object Camera -- 25. Responsibilities and pratical limitations in the operation of an astronomical data center -- 26. The system SPORA (Software package oriented to research in astronomy) -- E. Bibliographical Services -- 27. Prospects
for automated solution of the subject characterization problem in the bibliographic services (Review paper) -- 28. The bibliographical card-catalogue of the I.A.P. Library -- 29. Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts : a status report
-- 30. INSPEC activities in astronomy and astrophysics -- 31. Stellar bibliography retrieving system in Japan -- 32. The Bibliographical Star Index -- F. Copyright -- 33. Copyright and use of computers for access to protected works
(Review Paper) -- G. Editorial Policies and Nomenclature -- 34. Editorial policies (Review Paper) -- 35. Aids to the retrieval and evaluation of astronomical data -- 36. A list of standard star designation -- 37. Dictionnaire de la
nomenclature des objets cëlestes -- 38. On the nomenclature of diffuse fragmentary objects -- 39. The catalogue of stellar identifications -- H. Data in Astronomy -- 40. Data in Astronomy (Review Paper) -- 41. Proposal for
centralization of information concerning plate vaults -- 42. The UK Schmidt telescope plate catalogue and problems associated with increasing numbers of plates and users -- 43. Retrieval of astronomical information from Padova-Asiago
Observatory plates archives -- 44. Large scale photometric surveys using archival plates -- I. Data in Space Astronomy -- 45. Data and Data Retrieval in Space Astronomy -- 46. The “Catalogue of Stellar Groups”: A Progress Report -- 47.
Current progress with the Double Star Catalogues -- 48. Metacatalogue of galaxies and large scale structures in the Universe -- 49. Data retrieval in the metacatalogue of galaxies -- 50. Le Centre de Donnëes des Amas de Galaxies -- 51.
Centralization of extragalactic data -- 52. The compiled catalogue of galaxies in machine-readable form and its statistical investigation -- 53. Geneva photometric boxes IV. A refined method for direct access -- 54. Data for the
compilation of the “Third catalogue of nearby stars” -- 55. Fundamental Data for FK4/FK4Sup Stars -- 56. Remarks about the cataloguing of open cluster data -- 57. Catalogue bibliographique de vitesses radiales stellaires -- 58. The new
catalogue of optical HII-Regions -- 59. Catalogue of planetary nebulae and their nuclei -- 60. Numerical data documentation in physics in the Federal Republic of Germany -- Final comment -- Final comment -- Report of discussions --
Report of discussions -- Author’s Index
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Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Title:Applied General Systems Research Recent Developments and Trends
Author(s):
Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (1001 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-0555-3
Contents:Conceptual and Methodological Foundations of General Systems Research -- Progress in General Systems Research -- Linkage Propositions between Fifty Principal Systems Concepts -- A Problem-Solving Basis for General Systems Research --
Systems Theoretic Description: A Vehicle for Reconciling Diverse Modelling Concepts -- On Being Autonomous: The Lessons of Natural History for Systems Theory -- The Complexity Race -- General System Identification — Fundamentals and
Results -- Constraint Analysis in Structure Modelling: A Probabilistic Approach -- Structure Modelling: A Constraint (Information) Analytic Approach -- On Structure Identification of Discrete Time Systems -- Metasystem Identification:
A Procedure for Detection and Structural Composition in Time Dependent Systems -- Exploring, Modelling, and Controlling Discrete Sequential Environments -- Managing Complex Systems: An Application of Ensemble Methods in System Theory
-- The Evolution of Organization -- A Mathematical Foundation for System Synthesis -- On the Decomposition of General Systems: Simulation by Coupling Quotients -- Some Esomathematical Uses of Category Theory -- A Categorical Approach
to General Systems -- Systems as Bimodules -- Lattices of Controllable and Observable Spaces -- Results of Empirical Studies in Fuzzy Set Theory -- Building Fuzzy Systems Models -- Basic Cyclic Relators as a Description of
Multi-Levelled Systems -- Mobile Systems: Survey -- System Dynamics Versus Econometrics—An Approach for Synthesis -- Absolute Stability of General Systems -- Asymptoticity in General Systems -- Normed Networks: Their Mathematical
Theory and Applicability -- The Role of the Observer in Uniform Systems -- The Nature of Fundamentals, Applied to the Fundamentals of Nature -- The Whole and the Simultaneous -- Ego Development Through Induced Programming --
Structurally Invariant Linear Models of Structurally Varying Linear Systems -- Stability and Eigenvalue Monotonicity of Linear Systems -- New Approaches to Reduction of Computational Complexity in Signal Processing Systems -- Synthesis
of Complex Control Objects as an Integrated System -- Advances of General Systems Research in Biological Sciences -- Biology and Systems Research: An Overview -- Biological Systems Theory: Descriptive and Constructive Complementarity
-- Some Analogies of Hierarchical Order in Biology and Linguistics -- Functional Hierarchies in the Brain -- Controlled Markov Chain Models for Biological Hierarchies -- Succinct Representation in Neural Nets and General Systems -- A
Matrix Algebra for Neural Nets -- Stability of General Systems in Biological, Physical and Social Sciences -- The Structural-Functional Analysis of Interbehavioral Systems -- Some Aspects of Analysis Cancer Problems by Means of Control
Theory -- The Inverse Problem: Computational Algorithms and Their Efficiency with Applications to a Model of the Calvin Photosynthesis Cycle -- Could a Model for the Regulation of ago-Antagonistic Couples Be Related to Various Types of
Concrete Systems? -- Optimal Ventilation of Critically Ill Patients -- Impact of General Systems Research On the Social Sciences -- Systems Research and Social Sciences -- Social System Evolution and Sociobiology -- General Systems
Methodology and Political Science -- Systems-Methodology in Management: An Adaptive Procedure for Organic Problem-Solving -- A Managerial Problem Solving Methodology (MPSM) -- A Dynamic Model for Society -- Understanding
Supra-Institutional Problems: Systems Lessons Drawn from an Application of the Checkland Methodology -- Multi-Organisational Strategies: An Analytical Framework and Case -- An Open-System Model of the Corporation -- A Production
Planning System Dynamics -- Analysis of Investment in Technology Development and Systems with Variable Structure -- General Systems: A Tool for the Evaluation of the Firm’s Potential as a Result of Changes in its P-M Posture -- Dynamic
Control of Hierarchical Public Systems -- The Meaning of Failure as Applied to Human Systems: Characteristics for a Fourth Generation of Systems Methodologies -- A Model of the Environment of Organizations: Theory and Evidence of
Regulating “Jumpy” F-Sets -- System Modeling in Space -- Social Networks and Inter-Systemic Decision-Making -- Two Separate Realities: Dyadic Communication Problems Resulting from Interpersonal Differences in Internal Complexity --
Evolution Strategy and Social Sciences -- A Systems Framework for Library Analysis -- Toward a Siggs Characterization of Epistemic Properties of Educational Design -- A Curriculum for General Systems Education -- Adverse Views to
General Systems Research -- Adverse Notes on Systems Theory -- On the Limitations of General Systems Theory in Systems Engineering -- The Limitations of Applied Systems Research
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Keywords: Science , Science, general , Science, general
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Title:JavaScript: The definitive guide
Author(s): David Flanagan
Date:2011
Edition:6th ed.
Publisher:Farnham : O'Reilly
Size:1078 p.
Contents:Core JavaScript. Lexical structure -- Types, values, and variables -- Expressions and operators -- Statements -- Objects -- Arrays -- Functions -- Classes and modules -- Pattern matching with regular expressions -- JavaScript subsets and extensions -- Server-side JavaScript
Client-side JavaScript. JavaScript in web browsers -- The window object -- Scripting documents -- Scripting CSS -- Handling events -- Scripted HTTP -- The jQuery library -- Client-side storage -- Scripted media and graphics -- HTML5 APIs -- Core JavaScript reference -- Client-side JavaScript reference
ISBN:9780596805524
Keywords: JavaScript (Computer program language) , Web servers. , Object-oriented programming (Computer science) , JavaScript (Computer language) , Web servers
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