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  1. Database Systems in Science and Engineering

    By J.R Rumble, F.J Smith

    Computerized databases provide a powerful everyday tool for data handling by scientists and engineers. However, the unique nature of many technical tasks requires a specialized approach to make use of the many powerful commercial database tools now available. Using these tools has proved difficult...

    Published December 31st 1989 by Taylor & Francis

  2. Parallel Computing

    Methods, Algorithms and Applications

    Edited by D.J Evans, C.N Sutti

    Parallel Computing: Methods, Algorithms and Applications presents a collection of original papers presented at the international meeting on parallel processing, methods, algorithms, and applications at Verona, Italy in September 1989....

    Published April 30th 1989 by Taylor & Francis

  3. Asymptotic Methods in Equations of Mathematical Physics

    By B Vainberg

    Published February 24th 1989 by CRC Press

  4. An Introduction to Groups

    A Computer Illustrated Text

    By D Asche

    An Introduction to Groups: A Computer Illustrated Text discusses all the concepts necessary for a thorough understanding of group theory. The book covers various theorems, including Lagrange and Sylow. It also details Cayley tables, Burnside's lemma, homomorphisms, and dicyclic groups. The book is...

    Published December 31st 1988 by Taylor & Francis

  5. Optical Computing

    Edited by F.A.P Tooley, B.S Wherrett

    Series: Scottish Graduate Series

    Written by ten leading experts in the field, Optical Computing cover topics such as optical bistability, optical interconnects and circuits, photorefractive devices, spatial light modulators, associative memory, and optical computer architectures....

    Published December 31st 1988 by Taylor & Francis

  6. Parallel Computers 2

    Architecture, Programming and Algorithms

    By R.W Hockney, C.R Jesshope

    Since the publication of the first edition, parallel computing technology has gained considerable momentum. A large proportion of this has come from the improvement in VLSI techniques, offering one to two orders of magnitude more devices than previously possible. A second contributing factor in the...

    Published December 31st 1987 by Taylor & Francis

  7. Computer Simulation Using Particles

    By R.W Hockney, J.W Eastwood

    Computer simulation of systems has become an important tool in scientific research and engineering design, including the simulation of systems through the motion of their constituent particles. Important examples of this are the motion of stars in galaxies, ions in hot gas plasmas, electrons in...

    Published December 31st 1987 by Taylor & Francis

  8. Chaos, Noise and Fractals

    Edited by E. Roy Pike, L .A. Lugiato

    Series: Malvern Physics Series

    The study of nonlinear dynamical systems has been gathering momentum since the late 1950s. It now constitutes one of the major research areas of modern theoretical physics. The twin themes of fractals and chaos, which are linked by attracting sets in chaotic systems that are fractal in structure,...

    Published December 31st 1986 by Taylor & Francis

  9. Vectors and Vector Operators

    By P.G Dawber

    Series: Student Monographs in Physics

    Vectors and Vector Operators provides an introduction to the use of vectors and vector operators that will be especially helpful to first-year undergraduates of the physical sciences. The vector forms of many of the equations of physics clearly demonstrate the essential geometrical relationships...

    Published December 31st 1986 by Taylor & Francis