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Ripples In Mathematics

Author : A. Jensen
ISBN : 9783642567025
Genre : Mathematics
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This introduction to the discrete wavelet transform and its applications is based on a novel approach to discrete wavelets called lifting. After an elementary introduction, connections of filter theory are presented, and wavelet packet transforms are defined. The time-frequency plane is used for interpretation of signals, problems with finite length signals are detailed, and MATLAB is used for examples and implementation of transforms.
Category: Mathematics

Mathematics In Nature

Author : John A. Adam
ISBN : 0691114293
Genre : Mathematics
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From rainbows to the markings on animals, the visible world is full of patterns that can be described mathematically. Examining such phenomena, this book introduces readers to the beauty of nature as revealed by mathematics and the beauty of mathematics as revealed in nature.
Category: Mathematics

Numerical Mathematics

Author : S. Breuer
ISBN : 0521440408
Genre : Mathematics
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Numerical Mathematics is a unique book that introduces computational microcomputer laboratories as a vehicle for teaching algorithmic aspects of mathematics. This is achieved through a sequence of laboratory assignments, presupposing no previous knowledge of calculus or linear algebra, where the "chalk- and-talk" lecturer turns into a laboratory istructor. The computational assignments cover iterative processes, area approximations, linear systems, convergence acceleration, interpolative approximations, and construction of computer-library functions. The material is part and parcel of the mathematical foundations that should be acquired by a college student in the microcomputer era.
Category: Mathematics

Mechanics Of Wind Blown Sand Movements

Author : Xiaojing Zheng
ISBN : 9783540882541
Genre : Science
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Mechanics plays a fundamental role in aeolian processes and other environmental studies. This proposed book systematically presents the new progress in the research of aeolian processes, especially in the research on mechanism, theoretical modelling and computational simulation of aeolian processes from the viewpoint of mechanics. Nowadays, environmental and aeolian process related problems are attracting more and more attention. We hope this proposed book will provide scientists and graduate students in aeolian research and other environmental research some mechanical methods and principles and introduce aeolian related problems of environment to mathematical and mechanical scientists.
Category: Science

Issues In General And Specialized Mathematics Research 2012 Edition

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ISBN : 9781481646567
Genre : Mathematics
File Size : 28.5 MB
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Issues in General and Specialized Mathematics Research: 2012 Edition is a ScholarlyEditions™ eBook that delivers timely, authoritative, and comprehensive information about General Mathematics. The editors have built Issues in General and Specialized Mathematics Research: 2012 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about General Mathematics in this eBook to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Issues in General and Specialized Mathematics Research: 2012 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at
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Sedimentation And Sediment Transport

Author : A. Gyr
ISBN : 1402012667
Genre : Science
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It is evident, that for a number of ecological and technical problems in rivers and lakes a better knowledge of sediment transport and sedimentation is needed together with the ability to predict and simulate sediment behaviour. On the other hand, a stagnation of research in these topics could be observed in the last decades. At the Symposium an attempt was made to present new results in mathematics and natural sciences relevant for the sediment problem. New strategies were discussed to tackle the complexity of the problem. Basic theoretical research and laboratory experiments alone are incomplete without a feedback from field observations and measurements. For that reason well-known researchers from both basic and engineering sciences were invited. Turbulence, non-local phenomena, stability, interaction, feedback systems, self-organization, two-phase flow and chaotic processes, numerical simulations as well as measurement techniques and field results were the keywords of the Symposium. This proceedings are a good source for those interested in the state of the art.
Category: Science

Advanced Engineering Mathematics With Matlab Second Edition

Author : Dean G. Duffy
ISBN : 9781584883494
Genre : Mathematics
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Resoundingly popular in its first edition, Dean Duffy's Advanced Engineering Mathematics has been updated, expanded, and now more than ever provides the solid mathematics background required throughout the engineering disciplines. Melding the author's expertise as a practitioner and his years of teaching engineering mathematics, this text stands clearly apart from the many others available. Relevant, insightful examples follow nearly every concept introduced and demonstrate its practical application. This edition includes two new chapters on differential equations, another on Hilbert transforms, and many new examples, problems, and projects that help build problem-solving skills. Most importantly, the book now incorporates the use of MATLAB throughout the presentation to reinforce the concepts presented. MATLAB code is included so readers can take an analytic result, fully explore it graphically, and gain valuable experience with this industry-standard software.
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Author : Geoffrey Watkins
ISBN : 9781469750200
Genre : Nature
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Ripples is a collection of the most thought provoking and surprising essays from the long running newspaper column, "Have You Ever Wondered?" Written for busy adults who have never lost their childhood interest in the natural world, each essay looks at some aspect of the familiar, yet largely unconsidered world around us, from the Earth to the stars and all points between, but does it in a sprightly conversational and concise way. Sound like fun? It is. Welcome! Come on in, join us, and lets go exploring!
Category: Nature

Mathematics Readers

Author : Teacher Created Materials Staff
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The Complete Kit includes 6 copies of each of the 16 Math Readers per grade level (96 books total), Teacher's Resource Guide, Teacher's Resource CD, 16 full-colour problem solving transparencies, and an Interactive Mathematics Activities CD featuring 8 mathematical games.

Mathematical Modelling

Author : Ngan Hoe Lee
ISBN : 9789814546935
Genre : Mathematics
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This book documents the journey undertaken by educators from the Mathematics and Mathematics Education (MME) Academic Group in the National Institute of Education (NIE) and Singapore schools during a Mathematical Modelling Outreach (MMO) event in June 2010 under the guidance of renowned experts in the field of mathematical modelling. The main goal of MMO was to reach out to Singapore primary and secondary schools and introduce the potentials of mathematical modelling as a platform for eliciting mathematical thinking, communication, and reasoning among students. This book contributes to the expanding literature on mathematical modelling by offering voices from the Singaporean context. It suggests how theoretical perspectives on mathematical modelling can be transformed into actual practice in schools, all within the existing infrastructure of the current Singapore mathematics curriculum. More importantly, the book provides documentary evidence on how plans put in place through MMO in 2010 have since been realised. The publication of this book is hence timely at this juncture. Not only does the book record how MMO was among the first pebbles launched into the pond, it also serves as a bridge over which educators can stand upon to view how the ripple effect had developed from the initial MMO pebble and the directions it may continue to extend. Perhaps in the process, other ripples in the teaching, learning, and research of mathematical modelling can be created. Contents:Introduction: Mathematical Modelling Outreach in Singapore (NG Kit Ee Dawn and LEE Ngan Hoe)Setting the Stage for Mathematical Modelling in Schools:Promotion of Mathematical Modelling Competencies in the Context of Modelling Projects (Gabriele KAISER and Susanne GRÜNEWALD)Problem Finding and Problem Posing for Mathematical Modelling (Gloria STILLMAN)Mathematical Modelling in Singapore Schools: A Framework for Instruction (ANG Keng Cheng)Mathematical Modelling in Australia (Vincent GEIGER)Mathematical Modelling in Japan (Toshikazu IKEDA)Fostering Mathematical Modelling in Schools:Learning through Modelling in the Primary Years (Lyn D ENGLISH)Fostering Mathematical Modelling in Secondary Schools (Gloria STILLMAN)Mathematical Modelling — An Example from an Inter-School Modelling Challenge (Raymond BROWN, Trevor REDMOND, Joanne SHEEHY and Dawn LANG)Mathematical Learning through Modelling Tasks:Learning through "Designing a Café" (YEO Kai Kow Joseph)Learning through "Plane Punctuality" (HO Weng Kin)Learning through "Mobile Phone Plan" (CHENG Lu Pien and CHUA Kwee Gek)Learning through "The Best Paper Plane" (SOON Wan Mei Amanda, CHIOK Hwee Fen and KONG May Hua Maybelline)Learning through "Designing a Tent" (HO Siew Yin)Learning through "Dream Home" (CHAN Chun Ming Eric)Learning through "The Unsinkable Titanic" (JAGUTHSING Dindyal and FOO Him Ho) Readership: Graduate students and researchers in mathematics education; mathematics educators. Keywords:Mathematical Modelling;Mathematical Modelling in Singapore;Modelling Competencies;Model-Eliciting Tasks;Modelling Research;Modelling Projects;Theoretical Perspectives on Mathematical Modelling;Modelling framework;Teacher Education in Mathematical ModellingKey Features:This book discusses the use of mathematical modelling activities for teaching and learning in Singapore classrooms, drawing upon experiences from other countriesIt provides focused discussions on the practicalities of conducting modelling activities in the classroom based on actual implementation in the Singapore context, drawing on the Singapore Mathematics Curriculum and other curriculaIt also proposes the way forward in addressing the issue of mathematical modelling for teacher education and curricula planning in the Singapore context
Category: Mathematics