Applied Science & Technology Source offers extensive coverage of research and development within a wide variety of applied science and computing disciplines, including aeronautics, nuclear engineering, and neural networks.
Applied Science & Technology is the result of merged high-quality databases from both EBSCO Publishing and H.W. Wilson. Its content derives from numerous sources, including leading trade and industrial journals, professional and technical-society journals, and conference proceedings. The scope of the database incorporates not only traditional engineering research but also research concerning the business and social implications of new technologies.
Project Euclid’s mission is to provide powerful, low-cost online hosting and publishing services for theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics scholarship worldwide.
Project Euclid was developed and deployed by the Cornell University Library, with start-up funding provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and is now jointly managed by the Cornell Library and Duke University Press. It was originally created to provide a platform for small, scholarly publishers of mathematics and statistics journals to move from print to electronic in a cost-effective way.
Through a combination of support by subscribing libraries and participating publishers, over 70% of the journal articles hosted on Project Euclid are openly available. As of , Project Euclid hosts 1.8 million pages of open-access content.
Addresses technology-based issues in all mathematical sciences; provides readers with global perspectives of how mathematics curriculum is changing from country to country when new technological tools become available.
This volume covers some of the most recent and significant advances in computer mathematics, including algebraic, symbolic, numeric, and geometric computation; automated mathematical reasoning; mathematical software; and computer-aided geometric design.
Ruskeepaa gives a general introduction to the most recent versions of Mathematica, the symbolic computation software from Wolfram. The book emphasizes graphics, methods of applied mathematics and statistics, and programming.
Mathematics at Northwestern
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