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8831Exploring Calculus: Labs and Projects with Mathematica
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Contributed by: Crista Arangala, Karen A. Yokley. This text is meant to be a hands-on lab manual that can be used in class every day to guide the exploration of the theory and applications of differential and integral calculus. For the most part, labs can be used individually or in a sequence. Each lab consists of an explanation of material with integrated exercises. Some labs are split into ...BooksWed, 20 Jul 2016 10:26:05 -0600Mathematica: Questions and Answers
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Contributed by: George Duckett. If you have a question about Mathematica this is the book with the answers. Mathematica: Questions and Answers takes some of the best questions and answers asked on the mathematica.stackexchange.com website. You can use this book to look up commonly asked questions, browse questions on a particular topic, compare answers to common topics, check out the original ...BooksFri, 15 Jul 2016 12:31:04 -0600From Curve Fitting to Machine Learning: An Illustrative Guide to Scientific Data Analysis and Computational Intelligence, second edition
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Contributed by: Achim Zielesny. This successful book provides in its second edition an interactive and illustrative guide from two-dimensional curve fitting to multidimensional clustering and machine learning with neural networks or support vector machines. Along the way topics like mathematical optimization or evolutionary algorithms are touched. All concepts and ideas are outlined in a clear ...BooksFri, 15 Jul 2016 12:24:07 -0600Objectica
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Contributed by: Stephan Leibbrandt. Objectica adds full-scale, perfectly integrated object orientation to Mathematica. You can rapidly build your mathematical models using classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation. With Objectica, the capabilities of Mathematica are combined with the power of object orientation. Objectica 1.1.5 requires Mathematica 9 or greater and is ...Technical NotesFri, 08 Jul 2016 17:49:38 -0600Computational Proximity: Excursions in the Topology of Digital Images
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Contributed by: James F. Peters. This book introduces computational proximity (CP) as an algorithmic approach to finding nonempty sets of points that are either close to each other or far apart. Typically in computational proximity, the book starts with some form of proximity space (topological space equipped with a proximity relation) that has an inherent geometry. In CP, two types of near sets ...BooksThu, 07 Jul 2016 10:12:28 -0600Automation of Finite Element Methods
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Contributed by: Jože Korelc, P. Wriggers. New finite elements are needed as well in research as in industry environments for the development of virtual prediction techniques. The design and implementation of novel finite elements for specific purposes is a tedious and time consuming task, especially for nonlinear formulations. The automation of this process can help to speed up this process ...BooksFri, 01 Jul 2016 15:12:33 -0600Butterworth & Bessel Filters: A Tutorial Overview
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Contributed by: T. D. McGlone. A development comparison of basic low-pass Butterworth and Bessel (aka Thomson) filter functions. Discusses mathematical functions, topology choices, and component selection based on sensitivity criteria. Provides Mathematica routines, ideal simulations, and component level simulations.BooksThu, 30 Jun 2016 15:50:17 -0600Tsunamis and Hurricanes, A Mathematical Approach
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Contributed by: Ferdinand F. Cap. This book presents new research on the mathematical description of tsunamis and hurricanes. The description includes dissipative terms and does not contain singularities or two valued functions. The book uses the equivalence principle of solutions of nonlinear large gas dynamic waves and of solutions of water wave equations. An extension of the continuity ...BooksThu, 30 Jun 2016 15:45:15 -0600