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Computational Physics With Python 
Posted on 20150425
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Contents: Useful Introductory Python; Python Basics; Basic Numerical Tools; Numpy, Scipy, and MatPlotLib; Ordinary Differential Equations; Chaos; Monte Carlo Techniques; Stochastic Methods; Partial Differential Equations; Linux; Visual Python; LeastSquares Fitting. . . . . 






Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques 
Posted on 20150401
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Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques offers a thorough grounding in machine learning concepts as well as practical advice on applying machine learning tools and techniques in realworld data mining situations. This highly anticipated third edition of the most acclaimed work on data mining and machine learning will teach you everything you need to know about preparing inputs, interpreting outputs, evaluating results, and the algorithmic methods at the heart of successful data mining. . . . . 






INTRODUCTORY MAP THEORY 
Posted on 20150331
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This book contains the following chapters in company with related subjects. In Chapter I, the embedding of a graph on surfaces are much
concerned because they are motivated to building up the theo
ry of abstract maps related with Smarandache geometry. The second chapter is for the formal definition of abstract maps. One can see that this matter is a natural generalization of gr
aph embedding on surfaces.
The third chapter is on the duality not only for maps themselves
but also for operations on maps from one surface to another. One
can se . . . . 






Basic Queueing Theory 
Posted on 20150329
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The aim of the book is to present the basic methods, approaches in a Markovian
level for the analysis of not too complicated systems. The main purpose is to understand
how models could be constructed and how to analyze them. It is assumed the reader has
been exposed to a first course in probability theory, however in the text I give a refresher
and state the most important principles I need later on. My intention is to show what is
behind the formulas and how we can derive formulas. It is also essential to know which
kind of questions are . . . . 






Classical Mechanics: a Critical Introduction 
Posted on 20150328
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he rst draft of this book was composed many years ago and was
intended to serve either as a standalone text or as a supplementary \tutor"
for the student. My motivation was the belief that most courses hurry
through the basic concepts too quickly, and that a more leisurely discussion
would be helpful to many students. I let the project lapse when I found that
publishers appeared to be interested mainly in massive textbooks covering
all of rstyear physics.
Now that it is possible to make this material available on the Internet
to stu . . . . 






Observers and Splitting Structures in Relativistic Electrodynamics 
Posted on 20150327
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We introduce a relativistic splitting structure as a means to map fields and equations of electromagnetism from curved fourdimensional spacetime to threedimensional observer's space. We focus on a minimal set of mathematical structures that are directly motivated by the language of the physical theory. Spacetime, worldlines, time translation, space platforms, and time synchronization all find their mathematical counterparts. The splitting structure is defined without recourse to coordinates or frames. This is noteworthy since, in much . . . . 






