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|Stellar Evolution, Nuclear Astrophysics, and Nucleogenesis |
by A.G.W. Cameron, David Miles Kahl, Jordi Jose
A landmark in the development of nuclear astrophysics, this work addresses interrelated questions — What are stars? How does the sun shine? — that have puzzled observers from time immemorial. 1957 edition.
|Introduction to Stochastic Processes |
by Erhan Cinlar
Clear presentation employs methods that recognize computer-related aspects of theory. Topics include expectations and independence, Bernoulli processes and sums of independent random variables, Markov chains, renewal theory, more. 1975 edition.
|Molecular Hydrodynamics |
by Jean Pierre Boon, Sidney Yip
A graduate level introduction to the theory and applications of time correlation functions and the molecular theory of fluid dynamics. "Quite well organized . . . the literature coverage is impressive." — Physics Today. 110 illustrations.
|A First Course in Functional Analysis |
by Prof. Martin Davis
Designed for undergraduate mathematics majors, this self-contained exposition of Gelfand's proof of Wiener's theorem explores set theoretic preliminaries, normed linear spaces and algebras, functions on Banach spaces, homomorphisms on normed linear spaces, more. 1966 edition.
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|Foundations of Electrodynamics |
by Parry Moon, Domina Eberle Spencer
Advanced undergraduate text presupposes some knowledge of electricity and magnetism, making substantial use of vector analysis. A serious development of electrodynamics on a postulational basis that clearly defines each concept. 1960 edition.
|Operational Calculus and Generalized Functions |
by Arthur Erdelyi
Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, this brief monograph examines elementary and convergence theories of convolution quotients, differential equations involving operator functions, and exponential functions of operators. Solutions to selected problems. 1962 edition.