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  1. Discrete Mathematics With Applications by Susanna S. Epp, 1996-09-26
  2. Computer Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations and Differential-Algebraic Equations by L. R. Petzold, 1998-07-31
  3. Visualization and Processing of Tensor Fields: Advances and Perspectives (Mathematics and Visualization)
  4. Mathematics of Shape Description: A Morphological Approach to Image Processing and Computer Graphics by Pijush K. Ghosh, Koichiro Deguchi, 2008-03-21
  5. How to Solve It by Computer (Prentice-Hall International Series in Computer Science) by R. G. Dromey, 1982-07
  6. Algorithms for Computer Algebra by Keith O. Geddes, Stephen R. Czapor, et all 1992-09-30
  7. Logic and Discrete Mathematics: A Computer Science Perspective by Winfried Karl Grassmann, Jean-Paul Tremblay, 1995-12-28
  8. Computer Graphics and Geometric Modelling: Implementation & Algorithms (v. 1) by Max K. Agoston, 2005-01-04
  9. Discrete Mathematics (5th Edition) by Kenneth A. Ross, Charles R. Wright, 2002-08-31
  10. Discrete Mathematics with Combinatorics (2nd Edition) by James A. Anderson, 2003-08-29
  11. Grammatical Models of Multi-Agent Systems (Topics in Computer Mathematics)
  12. Finite Fields: Theory and Computation: The Meeting Point of Number Theory, Computer Science, Coding Theory and Cryptography (Mathematics and Its Applications) by Igor Shparlinski, 2010-11-02
  13. Mathematics Education and Technology-Rethinking the Terrain: The 17th ICMI Study (New ICMI Study Series)
  14. Mathematical Logic for Computer Science (Volume 0) by Mordechai Ben-Ari, 2003-02

81. Faculty Of Computing And Engineering, School Of Computing And Mathematics
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82. International Journal Of Computer Mathematics
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83. "Computer Mathematics Using Pascal, 2nd E" By Stephen J. Sugden, Et Al.
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84. Keele University
Department of Computing and Mathematics. Includes information on courses, research, events and staff.
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85. International Journal Of Computer Mathematics
Special Issue Section B Special Section Third International Conference on Mathematical Sciences, AlAin, UAE, March 2008

86. MMU DoCM - Manchester Metropolitan University Department Of Computing & Mathemat
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87. ACM - Caltech - Applied & Computational Mathematics
Applied and Computational Mathematics. (Pasadena, CA, USA)
The interwoven fields of applied and computational mathematics are among the most interdisciplinary of all research areas, encompassing modeling, analysis, algorithm development, and simulation for problems arising throughout the pure sciences and engineering. Caltech provides a uniquely small and interactive research environment for graduate students interested in exploring the mathematical properties of systems in physics, chemistry, biology, geology, astronomy, materials science, fluid mechanics, and any number of other disciplines.
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, Ronald and Maxine Linde Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics, is the recipient of the 2010 George Pólya Prize. The prize recognizes Professor Candes' role in developing the theory of compressed sensing and matrix completions "the algorithms and analysis are not only beautiful mathematics, worthy of study for their own sake, but they also lead to remarkable solutions of practical engineering problems."
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88. The Challenge Of Computer Mathematics
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89. Institute For Computational Mathematics - Kent State University
Institute for Computational Mathematics. Faculty, activities, research, publications. (Kent, OH).
Established in 1980, the Institute for Computational Mathematics (ICM) conducts and supports research in a broad spectrum of areas of computational mathematics, scientific computation, and computing/computer technologies for mathematics. ICM research activities involve faculty and graduate students from several Kent State University units as well as mathematicians and computer scientists from the US and abroad. ( continued
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  • 91. Faculty Of Business - Charles Sturt University
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    For more information, please contact the school. The focus of teaching and research is on practical applications of information and communication technology, mathematics and statistics to applied problems in industry, the environment and business. You can choose to combine your study with many other areas such as science, design or teaching. The school has good external research and consultancy linkages and there is ample opportunity for students to mix their study with interesting research extensions. People with extensive industry experience find the professional-level courses run in conjunction with partners such as Microsoft, Cisco, IBM and Novell just what they're looking for. The members of the school are actively engaged in developing up-to-date on-line courses that make full use of the communication facilities of the Internet.

    92. Johann Radon Institute For Computational And Applied Mathematics (RICAM)
    Part of the Austrian Academy of Sciences ( AW) research in applied and computational mathematics.
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    • On Sept. 8, Prof. Heinz W. Engl has been awarded an Honorary Professorship at Fudan University (Shanghai) for his achievements in industrial mathematics and the mathematics of inverse problems. Photo from the award ceremony, Photo from the inaugural lecture. Johannes Kraus has been granted the FWF project: "P-22989 - Subspace correction methods for nearly singular and indefinite problems with highly oscillatory coefficients." On October 14, Univ.-Doz. Dr. Massimo Fornasier will give a talk at the next meeting of the Office of the Section Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. The article "Inverse Problems in Systems Biology" by Heinz W Engl, Christoph Flamm, Philipp Kuegler, James Lu, Stefan Mueller and Peter Schuster, that appeared in Inverse Problems has been selected as one of the journal's "Highlights 2009"; it can be read freely until the end of 2010 via the link: Highlights 2009 The article "Convergence rates for Tikhonov regularisation of non-linear ill-posed problems" by Heinz W Engl, Karl Kunisch and Andreas Neubauer, that appeared in

    93. Computer Mathematics Textbooks | Computer Mathematics Books | Computer Mathemati
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    Java: The Good Parts New Java titles are few and far between these days, so O'Reilly's latest tome on the topic stood out instantly. The 'Good Parts' series gives authors the chance to wax lyrical on their language, and in this case it's veteran Sun developer Jim Waldo who gets to pick his favourite things about Java. In a series like this there's obviously a high degree of subjectivity involved. Jim Waldo interprets his brief in the widest sense and looks at the broadest definition of Java. So he covers language topics, the platform itself and even takes a brief look at NetBeans and Eclipse. In terms of the platform he points out the wonderfulness of the Java virtual machine - providing an abstraction over the particularities of whatever operating system you're running on. Not only does this give us the possibility of write once run anywhere, it also frees us from dependence on particuylar memory models. The benefits of the JVM have meant that it is increasingly a target for other programming languages - and not just those, like Groovy, which are based on Java. Other topics that are picked as 'good parts' include the collections framework, interfaces, remoting (reflecting the authors own involvement in its development) and more. The discussion in each case takes in not just the benefits but also discusses inconsistencies, compromises made during development and downright annoyances at all.

    95. Computer Mathematics Degree Courses UK: Computer Mathematics Degree Courses Info
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    96. Computer-Aided Instruction And Mathematics
    Mathematics computer programs demonstrate concepts, instruct, and remediate student errors and misunderstandings from preschool through college.
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    “Computer-assisted instruction” (CAI) refers to instruction or remediation presented on a computer. Many educational computer programs are available online and from computer stores and textbook companies. They enhance teacher instruction in several ways. Computer programs are interactive and can illustrate a concept through attractive animation, sound, and demonstration. They allow students to progress at their own pace and work individually or problem solve in a group. Computers provide immediate feedback, letting students know whether their answer is correct. If the answer is not correct, the program shows students how to correctly answer the question. Computers offer a different type of activity and a change of pace from teacher-led or group instruction. Computer-assisted instruction improves instruction for students with disabilities because students receive immediate feedback and do not continue to practice the wrong skills. Many computer programs can move through instruction at the student’s pace and keep track of the student’s errors and progress. Computers capture the students’ attention because the programs are interactive and engage the students’ spirit of competitiveness to increase their scores. Also, computer-assisted instruction moves at the students’ pace and usually does not move ahead until they have mastered the skill. Programs provide differentiated lessons to challenge students who are at risk, average, or gifted.

    97. Project Pi - News
    Investigates and implements algorithms which may yield to distributed computation of the mathematical constant Pi.
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    Thu, 04 Jul 2002 09:03:21 GMT (Sayan Chakraborti) This C program calculates the value of Pi for circles, spheres and hyperspheres by brute force mechanisms. So you can experimentally verify that Pi is same in 2d 3d and even 4d. Source codes in C and Php and Win32 exe can be found at You can have fun with the online Php verion at

    98. Mathematics - Ralph P. Grimaldi - Computer Mathematics - Compare Prices, Reviews
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    99. RFC 1019 - Report Of The Workshop On Environments For Computational Mathematics
    Report of the Workshop on Environments for Computational Mathematics. D. Arnon. September 1987.
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    Network Working Group D. Arnon Request for Comments: 1019 Xerox PARC September 1987 Report of the Workshop on Environments for Computational Mathematics July 30, 1987 ACM SIGGRAPH Conference Arnon [Page 1] RFC 1019 September 1987 Computer Algebra, Numerical Computation, Multimedia Electronic Mail, and Mathematical Typesetting communities. In July 1986, during the Computers and Mathematics Conference at Stanford University, a subset of this year's participants met at Xerox PARC to discuss User Interfaces for Computer Algebra Systems. This group agreed to hold future meetings, of which the present Workshop is the first. Alan Katz's recent essay, "Issues in Defining an Equations Representation Standard", RFC-1003 Arnon [Page 2] RFC 1019 September 1987 I . Particulars of the meeting Arnon [Page 3] RFC 1019 September 1987 Arnon [Page 4] RFC 1019 September 1987 Arnon [Page 5]

    100. Interactive Mathematics Activities
    Interactive Mathematics Activities for Arithmetic, Geometry, Algebra, Probability, Computer Mastermind (logic and problem solving); Eight Digits Puzzle

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