Perspectives for computing in mathematics (Technology in higher education: current reflections)
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Perspectives for computing in mathematics (Technology in higher education: current reflections)

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Published by Academic Computing Publications, Inc .
Written in English


  • Data processing,
  • Mathematics,
  • Study and teaching

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12113405M
ISBN 101878643061
ISBN 109781878643063

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  Additionally, throughout this book there are examples to illustrate how the mathematical concepts are used within computing and IT. Please note that this book is purely an introduction to this subject and many of the concepts are described in their simplest form. The reader may then wish to go and explore a specific topic in more depth.5/5(3). This book contains a collection of thoroughly refereed papers derived from the First IFIP WG Conference on Soviet and Russian Computing, held in Petrozavodsk, Russia, in July The 32 revised papers were carefully selected from numerous submissions; many of them were translated from Russian. They reflect much of the shining history of computing activities within .   Placing value in perspective?a rich primary source collection at a truly exceptional value. Perspectives from the Past: Primary Sources in Western Civilizations features a diverse range of primary sources for analysis, offering a total of classic and contemporary documents of varying length. The Sixth Edition’s table of contents has been reorganized to mirror Western . For analysis of algorithms, THE book is Concrete Mathematics: A Foundation for Computer Science (2nd Edition): Ronald L. Graham, Donald E. Knuth, Oren Patashnik: : Books Some aspects of Discrete mathematics are covered her.

Introduction to Computational Mathematics The goal of computational mathematics, put simply, is to find or develop algo-rithms that solve mathematical problems computationally (ie. using comput-ers). In particular, we desire that any algorithm we develop fulfills four primary properties: • . Trends and Perspectives in Applied Mathematics. Editors (view affiliations) Lawrence Sirovich; Book. applications appeared to be poised for a period of growth and that there was a clear need for a series committed to applied mathematics. The first paragraph ofthe editorial statement written at that time reads as follows: The. Book Description. Smart Data: State-of-the-Art Perspectives in Computing and Applications explores smart data computing techniques to provide intelligent decision making and prediction services support for business, science, and engineering. It also examines the latest research trends in fields related to smart data computing and applications, including new computing . "The Princeton Companion to Mathematics fills a vital need. It is the only book of its kind."—Victor J. Katz, professor emeritus, University of the District of Columbia "I think that this is a wonderful book, completely different from anything that has been written before about mathematics and mathematicians."—Endre Süli, University of Oxford.