Industrial Mathematics: Modeling in Industry, Science and Government

Charles R. MacCluer, "Industrial Mathematics: Modeling in Industry, Science and Government"
Prentice Hall; 1st edition (August 16, 1999) | ISBN: 0139491996 | 308 pages | Djvu | 2,9 M
This book provides a concise, single-source survey of all the mathematics most useful in industry today-- particularly modeling and the unit $. Each chapter begins with a brief review of some relevant mathematics; then introduces the industrial extension of this same material via typical real-world applications. The power of interweaving analytic with computing methods during problem solving is demonstrated throughout and MATLAB code is integrated into the flow of the narrative. A chapter on Technical Writing--covering formal technical reports, memos, progress reports, executive summaries, problem statements, overhead projector presentations--shows how to best present mathematical data in a variety of situations. Statistical Reasoning. Monte Carlo Methods. Data Acquisition and Manipulation. The Discrete Fourier Transform. Linear Programming. Regression. Cost Benefit Analysis. Microeconomics. Ordinary Differential Equations. Frequency Domain Methods. Partial Differential Equations. Divided Differences. Galerkin's Method. Splines. A handbook or reference for Engineers, Project Managers, Mathematical Consultants, Statisticians for a quick study of mathematical issues that may arise in the workplace.

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