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Our titles in Mathematics at Cambridge Scholars Publishing focus primarily on the theorisation and application of pure mathematical formulae and equations, with a number of titles analysing geometry, logic, and mathematical programming. A growing subset of books also consider questions of statistics and probability, and the collection as a whole will be essential reading for mathematicians at any stage of their career, academic or otherwise.

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Modeling Natural Phenomena via Cellular Nonlinear Networks

This book presents a study of neuroscience models and natural phenomena, such as tsunami waves and tornados. The first part discusses various mathematical models of tsunamis, including the Korteweg–de Vries equation, shallow water equations and the Camassa–Holm equation (CH). In order to study the dynamics of these models, the text...

The Formation of Structural Imperfections in Semiconductor Silicon

Today, it is difficult to imagine all spheres of human activity without personal computers, solid-state electronic devices, micro- and nanoelectronics, photoconverters, and mobile communication devices. The basic material of modern electronics and for all of these industries is semiconductor silicon. Its properties and applications...

Educational Studies in Science and Mathematics

This volume, bringing together a number of experts in their respective fields, represents an important contribution to the topic of science and mathematics education. The contributions deal with various aspects of education, including epistemology, theoretical modelling, environmental sensitivity, probability distribution, technolo...

Scientific Programming

This book offers an introduction to computer programming, numerical analysis, and other mathematical ideas that extend the basic topics learned in calculus. It illustrates how mathematicians and scientists write computer programs, covering the general building blocks of programming languages and a description of how these concepts ...

Equations of Mathematical Physics

The differential equations of mathematical physics have a twofold character: their physical content and their mathematical solutions. This book discusses the basic tools of theoretical physicists, applied mathematicians, and engineers, providing detailed insights into linear algebra, Fourier transforms, special functions, Laplace a...

The Unit Problem and Other Current Topics in Business Survey Methodology

This volume brings together a selection of papers presented at the 2017 European Establishment Statistics Workshop, which have been revised and expanded here. Several contributions will serve to deepen the reader’s understanding of the unit problem in business statistics, while further chapters showcase recent advances in business ...

Fundamental Constants

The book is devoted to one of the important areas of theoretical and experimental physics—the calculation of the accuracy of measurements of fundamental physical constants. To achieve this goal, numerous methods and criteria have been proposed. However, all of them are focused on identifying a posteriori uncertainty caused by the i...

Hilbert, Göttingen and the Development of Modern Mathematics

David Hilbert is one of the outstanding mathematicians of the twentieth century and probably the most influential. This book highlights Hilbert’s contributions to mathematics, putting them in their historical, social and cultural context. With this aim, particular attention is paid to Hilbert’s axiomatic method and his proposal for...

The Computer Simulation of Monté Carlo Methods and Random Phenomena

This book includes algorithms that illustrate the famous Monté Carlo Methods and the computer simulation of stochastic experiments in the areas of random numbers generation, the simulation of random phenomena, the computation of Pi and e (the base of logarithms), both simple and multiple integration, the computation of areas and vo...
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