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Gilbert Strang's textbooks have changed the entire approach to learning linear algebra -- away from abstract vector spaces to specific examples of the four fundamental subspaces: the column space and nullspace of A and A'. This new fifth edition has become more than a textbook for the basic linear algebra course. That is its first purpose and always will be. The new chapters about applications of the SVD, probability and statistics, and... more...

Now in its eighth edition, Engineering Mathematics is an established textbook that has helped thousands of students to succeed in their exams. John Bird's approach is based on worked examples and interactive problems. Mathematical theories are explained in a straightforward manner, being supported by practical engineering examples and applications in order to ensure that readers can relate theory to practice. The extensive and thorough... more...

Calculus II is the second volume of the three-volume calculus sequence by Tunc Geveci. The series is designed for the usual three-semester calculus sequence that the majority of science and engineering majors in the United States are required to take. The distinguishing features of the book are the focus on the concepts, essential functions and formulas of calculus and the effective use of graphics as an integral part of the exposition. Formulas that... more...

Building on the foundations laid in the companion text Modern Engineering Mathematics, this book gives an extensive treatment of some of the advanced areas of mathematics that have applications in various fields of engineering, particularly as tools for computer-based system modelling, analysis and design. The philosophy of learning by doing helps students develop the ability to use mathematics with understanding to solve engineering problems. A wealth... more...

An accessible and rigorous textbook for introducing undergraduates to computer science theory What Can Be Computed? is a uniquely accessible yet rigorous introduction to the most profound ideas at the heart of computer science. Crafted specifically for undergraduates who are studying the subject for the first time, and requiring minimal prerequisites, the book focuses on the essential fundamentals of computer science theory and... more...


Calculus III is the third and final volume of the three-volume calculus sequence by Tunc Geveci. The series is designed for the usual three-semester calculus sequence that the majority of science and engineering majors in the United States are required to take. The distinguishing features of the book are the focus on the concepts, essential functions and formulas of calculus and the effective use of graphics as an integral part of the exposition.... more...

Praise for the First Edition: "This outstanding book … gives the reader robust concepts and implementable knowledge of this environment. Graphical user interface (GUI)-based users and developers do not get short shrift, despite the command-line interface’s (CLI) full-power treatment. … Every programmer should read the introduction’s Unix/Linux philosophy section. … This authoritative and exceptionally well-constructed book... more...

Often calculus and mechanics are taught as separate subjects. It shouldn't be like that. Learning calculus without mechanics is incredibly boring. Learning mechanics without calculus is missing the point. This textbook integrates both subjects and highlights the profound connections between them. This is the deal. Give me 350 pages of your attention, and I'll teach you everything you need to know about functions, limits, derivatives,... more...

Calculus I is the first volume of the three-volume calculus sequence by Tunc Geveci. The series is designed for the usual three-semester calculus sequence that the majority of science and engineering majors in the United States are required to take.The distinguishing features of the book are the focus on the concepts, essential functions and formulas of calculus and the effective use of graphics as an integral part of the exposition. Formulas that are... more...

NOTE - This is a stand-alone book. Intended primarily for undergraduate courses in business statistics, this text also provides practical content to current and aspiring industry professionals.   Reducing the emphasis on doing computations, this practical text thoroughly integrates Microsoft Excel as a tool for analysis and presents statistical concepts in the context of the functional areas of business.