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    The Maths Handbook: Everyday Maths Made Simple

    R189,00 R195,00
    Covering all the basics including fractions, equations, primes, squares and square roots, geometry and fractals, Dr Richard Elwes will lead you gently towards a greater understanding of this fascinating subject. Even apparently daunting concepts are explained simply, with the assistance of useful diagrams, and with a refreshing lack of jargon.

    How Big is Infinity?: The 20 Big Maths Questions

    R99,00 R235,00
    Answers to 20 of the most mindbending and perplexing mathematical questions.

    Simple Adaptive Strategies: From Regret-Matching to Uncoupled Dynamics

    R2 212,00
    Collects almost two decades of joint work of Sergiu Hart and Andreu Mas-Colell on game dynamics and equilibria. This book may be used for advanced graduate courses - in game theory, economics, mathematics, computer science, engineering - and for further research.

    Diamond: A Paradox Logic

    R2 128,00
    In diamond, a statement can be true yet false; an 'imaginary' state, midway between being and non-being. Diamond's imaginary values solve many logical paradoxes unsolvable in two-valued boolean logic. This title deals with 'diamond', a logic of paradox. It resolves paradoxes by Russell, Cantor, Berry and Zeno.

    Hands-On Matrix Algebra Using R: Active and Motivated Learning with Applications

    R2 044,00
    Teaches matrix algebra, allowing the student to learn the material by actually working with matrix objects in modern computer environment of R. This book provides a comprehensive overview of matrix theory without being bogged down in proofs or tedium.

    The Finite Element Method: Its Fundamentals and Applications in Engineering

    Offers a fundamental and practical introduction to the finite element method, its variants, and their applications in engineering. This title introduces various finite elements in one, two, and three space dimensions, and their applications to elliptic, parabolic, hyperbolic, and nonlinear equations and to solid mechanics and fluid mechanics.

    Data Analysis for Network Cyber-Security

    R1 652,00
    There is increasing pressure to protect computer networks against unauthorized intrusion, and some work in this area is concerned with engineering systems that are robust to attack. However, no system can be made invulnerable. Data Analysis for Network Cyber-Security focuses on monitoring and analyzing network traffic data, with the intention of preventing, or quickly identifying, malicious activity.

    Analysis: A Gateway to Understanding Mathematics

    R1 176,00
    Shows that it is possible to provide a rigorous treatment of calculus for those planning a career in an area that uses mathematics regularly (for example statistics, mathematics, economics, finance, engineering, and more). This title reveals to students on the ways to approach and understand mathematics.

    Fuzzy Logic for Business, Finance, and Management

    R2 688,00
    Intended for knowledge workers in business, finance, management and socio-economic sciences based on fuzzy logic. This book serves as a guide to techniques for forecasting, decision making and evaluations in an environment involving uncertainty, vagueness, impression and subjectivity.

    Academic Genealogy of Mathematicians

    R2 128,00
    As modern mathematics has been developed by mathematicians over the past several hundred years, it is interesting to trace the academic genealogy of mathematicians. This book lists 750 mathematicians along with the descriptions of 464 famous mathematicians of the 19th and 20th centuries.

    Mathematical Thinking: How to Develop it in the Classroom

    Developing mathematical thinking is one of major aims of mathematics education. This book describes three perspectives of mathematical thinking: Mathematical Attitude (Mind's set), Mathematical Methods in General and Mathematical Ideas with Content and explains how to develop them in the classroom with illuminating examples.

    Mathematical literacy


    Mathematical Analysis for Engineers

    R1 064,00
    Follows an advanced course in analysis (vector analysis, complex analysis and Fourier analysis) for engineering students, but can also be useful, as a complement to a more theoretical course, to mathematics and physics students. This title represents the theoretical aspects.