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Document Type: | Book |
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All Authors / Contributors: |
Nicholas J Higham; Mark R Dennis |

ISBN: | 9780691150390 0691150397 |

OCLC Number: | 907494918 |

Description: | xvii, 994 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm |

Contents: | Part I: Introduction to applied mathematics -- Part II: Concepts -- Part III: Equations, laws, and functions of applied mathematics -- Part IV: Areas of applied mathematics -- Part V: Modeling -- Part VI: Example problems -- Part VII: Application areas -- Part VIII: Final perspectives. |

Other Titles: | Companion to applied mathematics Applied mathematics |

Responsibility: | editor, Nicholas J. Higham, the University of Manchester ; associate editors, Mark R. Dennis, University of Bristol [and four others]. |

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"The treasures [in the Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics] go on and on."--Lloyd N. Trefethen, SIAM Review "[An] impressive volume... It has been a major project that eventually resulted in this amazing product."--Adhemar Bultheel, European Mathematical Society "Safe to say there is something for everyone in The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics."--Alan Stevens, Mathematics Today "[A] valuable addition to the mathematics library of any university or research institution."--Library Journal "Higham and his associate editors ... have produced an admirably readable and informative volume, which anyone interested in applied mathematics would be well advised to consult or--better still--to own!"--James Case, SIAM News "A unique work full of beautiful and interesting mathematics. It is surely a valuable resource for exposing young mathematicians to possible areas of applied mathematics for research and further study. Without a doubt PCAM is an important contribution to the mathematical literature."--Jason M. Graham, MathSciNet "[A]n excellent reference that successfully compiles into a readable and engaging form the broad range of topics that an applied mathematician might encounter in their career... As a reader, I find myself flipping through the pages and becoming engaged in new and interesting ideas from the world of applied math."--Joanna Bieri, MAA Reviews "A handy one-volume reference for applied mathematics that cuts across several disciplines within an academic framework."--Lesley S.J. Farmer, Reference Reviews Read more...

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