Books in category Mathematics – Finite Mathematics

Supplemented with online instructional support materials, the book features coverage including: Algebra Skills Mathematics of Finance Matrix Algebra Geometric Solutions Simplex Methods Application Models Set and Probability Relationships …

ParallelVector Equation Solvers for Finite Element Engineering Applications
Illustrated with a number of stateoftheart FORTRAN codes developed as examples for the book, Dr. Nguyen's text is a perfect choice for instructors and researchers alike.

Solutions Manual to Accompany Finite Mathematics
The book encourages the modeling of linear programs and their solutions and uses common computer software programs such as LINDO.

Lectures by this volume's editor, Frank Harary, include "Some Theorems and Concepts of Graph Theory," "Topological Concepts in Graph Theory," "Graphical Reconstruction," and other introductory talks.

The gems of the theory are emphasized: beautiful results with elegant proofs. The book developed from a course at Louisiana State University and combines a careful presentation with the informal style of those lectures.

Finite Element Analysis Concepts
That can lead to computeraided design errors. This book outlines the basic theory, with a minimum of mathematics, and how its phases are structured within a typical software.

MATLAB Guide to Finite Elements
The book contains a short tutorial on MATLAB as well as a systematic strategy for the treatment of finite element method. The book is directed towards both students and researchers in engineering.

Hilbert Space, Boundary Value Problems, and Orthogonal Polynomials
This monograph consists of three parts: – the abstract theory of Hilbert spaces, leading up to the spectral theory of unbounded selfadjoined operators; – the application to linear Hamiltonian systems, giving the details of the spectral …

This book offers an indepth presentation of the finite element method, aimed at engineers, students and researchers in applied sciences.

This is the fourth volume of a comprehensive and elementary treatment of finite pgroup theory. As in the previous volumes, minimal nonabelian pgroups play an important role.