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- Pearson Education
- Burley, David / Clements, Dick / Dyke, Phil / Steele, Nigel / Searl, John / Wright, Jerry
- 50 x 33 x 25 mm
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- 1750 g
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Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics
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Building on the foundations laid in the companion text Modern Engineering Mathematics, this book gives an extensive treatment of key 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 is retained throughout this advanced level text, with continuing emphasis on the development of students ability to use mathematics with understanding to solve engineering problems.
Key features of this new edition:
A set of new, relevant engineering examples are incorporated to develop an applied understanding of these mathematical techniques.
Exercises with worked solutions, and review exercises at the end of each chapter, help you to test your understanding and master these techniques
A wide range of MATLAB and MAPLE examples, along with basic commands and illustrations, are included throughout the book
Examples in R are integrated in the Applied Probability and Statistics section
- Includes state-of-the-art tools for data manipulation and visualization
- Emphasises learning by doing through repeated practice
About the author:
Professor Glyn James is currently Emeritus Professor in Mathematics at Coventry University, having previously been Dean of the School of Mathematical and Information Sciences.
Professor Phil Dyke is a Professor of Applied Mathematics at the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics, University of Plymouth.
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Professor Glyn James is currently Emeritus Professor in Mathematics at Coventry University, having previously been Dean of the School of Mathematical and Information Sciences. Professor Phil Dyke is a Professor of Applied Mathematics at the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics, University of Plymouth. Tim Reis is a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Greenwich. He is an applied mathematician with interests in fluid dynamics, numerical analysis, and mathematical modelling. His doctoral thesis was honoured with the Vernon Harrison prize by the British Society of Rheology and he continues to conduct research into the modelling and simulation of complex flows. Tim teaches a range of mathematical subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate level and he is actively involved in promoting mathematics to the wider community.
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Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations
Functions of a Complex Variable
The z Transform
The Fourier Transform
Partial Differential Equations
Applied Probability and Statistics
Answers to Exercises