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Mathematical Objects In C

Author : Yair Shapira
ISBN : 1439811482
Genre : Computers
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Emphasizing the connection between mathematical objects and their practical C++ implementation, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to both the theory behind the objects and the C and C++ programming. Object-oriented implementation of three-dimensional meshes facilitates understanding of their mathematical nature. Requiring no prerequisites, the text covers discrete mathematics, data structures, and computational physics, including high-order discretization of nonlinear equations. Exercises and solutions make the book suitable for classroom use and a supporting website supplies downloadable code.
Category: Computers

C For Mathematicians

Author : Edward Scheinerman
ISBN : 1420010980
Genre : Mathematics
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For problems that require extensive computation, a C++ program can race through billions of examples faster than most other computing choices. C++ enables mathematicians of virtually any discipline to create programs to meet their needs quickly, and is available on most computer systems at no cost. C++ for Mathematicians: An Introduction for Students and Professionals accentuates C++ concepts that are most valuable for pure and applied mathematical research. This is the first book available on C++ programming that is written specifically for a mathematical audience; it omits the language’s more obscure features in favor of the aspects of greatest utility for mathematical work. The author explains how to use C++ to formulate conjectures, create images and diagrams, verify proofs, build mathematical structures, and explore myriad examples. Emphasizing the essential role of practice as part of the learning process, the book is ideally designed for undergraduate coursework as well as self-study. Each chapter provides many problems and solutions which complement the text and enable you to learn quickly how to apply them to your own problems. An accompanying CD ROM provides all numbered programs so that readers can easily use or adapt the code as needed. Presenting clear explanations and examples from the world of mathematics that develop concepts from the ground up, C++ for Mathematicians can be used again and again as a resource for applying C++ to problems that range from the basic to the complex.
Category: Mathematics

The Great Mathematicians

Author : Robin Wilson
ISBN : 9781848584167
Genre : History
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Mathematics pervades our daily lives. It is intimately involved whenever one starts a car, switches on the television, flies on a plane, forecasts the weather, books a holiday on the internet, programmes a computer, navigates heavy traffic, analyses statistical data, or seeks a cure for a disease. Our credit cards and the nation's defence secret...
Category: History

Inside Interesting Integrals

Author : Paul J. Nahin
ISBN : 9781493912773
Genre : Science
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What’s the point of calculating definite integrals since you can’t possibly do them all?. What makes doing the specific integrals in this book of value aren’t the specific answers we’ll obtain, but rather the methods we’ll use in obtaining those answers; methods you can use for evaluating the integrals you will encounter in the future. This book is written in a light-hearted manner for students who have completed the first year of college or high school AP calculus and have just a bit of exposure to the concept of a differential equation. Every result is fully derived. If you are fascinated by definite integrals, then this is a book for you.
Category: Science

Winning Women Into Mathematics

Author : Patricia C. Kenschaft
ISBN : UOM:39015024968821
Genre : Mathematics
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"American media often ask why women can't do mathematics. Any answer is misleading. Better questions are needed, along with indications of how to find potential answers. The Committee on the Participation of Women of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) has identified more than fifty cultural customs that discourage aspiring women mathematicians. How can these customs be changed? What can be done to recruit, retain, and acknowledge women in mathematics? The Committee was established in 1987 to 'work for full involvement of women in the affairs of the MAA and to develop MAA activities that will encourage women in careers in the mathematical sciences.' With this book the committee seeks to expand the number and effectiveness of those winning women into mathematics."--Publisher's description.
Category: Mathematics

Excursions In Mathematics

Author : C. Stanley Ogilvy
ISBN : 048628283X
Genre : Science
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This lively and accessible exploration of the nature of mathematics examines the role of the mathematician as well as the four major branches: number theory, algebra, geometry, and analysis.
Category: Science

Change Is Possible

Author : Patricia C. Kenschaft
ISBN : 0821837486
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Based on dozens of interviews and extensive historical research, and spiced with interesting photographs, this entertaining book relates stories about mathematicians who have defied stereotypes. There are five chapters about women that provide insight into the nineteenth and the mid-twentieth century, the early 1970s, the early 1990s, and 2004. Activists in many fields will take heart at the progress made during that time. The author documents the rudimentary struggles to become professionals, being married without entirely giving up a career, organizing to eliminate flagrant discrimination, improving the daily treatment of women in the professional community, and the widespread efforts toward true equality.The stories of African Americans in mathematics include the efforts of Benjamin Banneker, an eighteenth century American who had three grandparents born in Africa. He helped design Washington, DC, and made the computations for almanacs that succeeded Benjamin Franklin's. There are stories about African American mathematicians who were students and faculty in late nineteenth century colleges and accounts of several efforts to integrate the mathematical community in the mid-twentieth century. These stories indicate that though some efforts were more successful than others, all of them were difficult.The book concludes with a happier chapter about five black mathematicians in the early twenty-first century. The book also includes five interviews with leading Latin American mathematicians, along with the results of a survey of Latino research mathematicians in the Southwest. The author is a skilled story-teller with good stories to tell. This book is a page-turner that all mathematicians - as well as other concerned with equality - should read. It is a work of great interest and an enjoyable read.
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A History Of Mathematics

Author : Carl B. Boyer
ISBN : 9780470630563
Genre : Mathematics
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The updated new edition of the classic and comprehensive guide to the history of mathematics For more than forty years, A History of Mathematics has been the reference of choice for those looking to learn about the fascinating history of humankind’s relationship with numbers, shapes, and patterns. This revised edition features up-to-date coverage of topics such as Fermat’s Last Theorem and the Poincaré Conjecture, in addition to recent advances in areas such as finite group theory and computer-aided proofs. Distills thousands of years of mathematics into a single, approachable volume Covers mathematical discoveries, concepts, and thinkers, from Ancient Egypt to the present Includes up-to-date references and an extensive chronological table of mathematical and general historical developments. Whether you're interested in the age of Plato and Aristotle or Poincaré and Hilbert, whether you want to know more about the Pythagorean theorem or the golden mean, A History of Mathematics is an essential reference that will help you explore the incredible history of mathematics and the men and women who created it.
Category: Mathematics

Famous Problems And Their Mathematicians

Author : Art Johnson
ISBN : 1563084465
Genre : Education
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Presents brief stories about the life and work of famous mathematicians, including Euler, Fermat, Fibonacci, Fourier, Gauss, Moebius, and Pythagoras, and introduces their theories with puzzles and tasks for students to solve.
Category: Education