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The Oxford Linear Algebra for Scientists£55.00 Andre Lukas
9780198844914 Aimed at firstyear undergraduate student in physics and engineering, this textbook combines a rigorous theoretical introduction to linear algebra with many examples, solved problems, and exercises, as well as scientific applications of the subject, including internet search, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing. 

The Oxford Linear Algebra for Scientists£24.99 Andre Lukas
9780198844921 Aimed at firstyear undergraduate student in physics and engineering, this textbook combines a rigorous theoretical introduction to linear algebra with many examples, solved problems, and exercises, as well as scientific applications of the subject, including internet search, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing. 

Real Analysis and Infinity£60.00 Hassan Sedaghat
9780192895622 Real Analysis and Infinity presents the essential topics for a first course in real analysis with an emphasis on the role of infinity in all of the fundamental concepts. 

Maths for EconomicsFifth Edition £52.99 Geoff Renshaw
9780198839507 A clear and thorough text, which provides a solid foundation in the core mathematical principles and methods used in economics. 

How to Think About Abstract Algebra£17.99 Lara Alcock
9780198843382 How to Think about Abstract Algebra provides an engaging and readable introduction to its subject, which encompasses group theory and ring theory. 

The Equations of Materials£66.00 Brian Cantor
9780198851875 This book describes some of the important equations of materials and the scientists who derived them. The text is readable and enjoyable, and is aimed at anyone interested in the manufacture, structure, properties and engineering application of materials such as metals, polymers, ceramics, semiconductors and composites. 

The Equations of Materials£32.99 Brian Cantor
9780198851882 This book describes some of the important equations of materials and the scientists who derived them. The text is readable and enjoyable, and is aimed at anyone interested in the manufacture, structure, properties and engineering application of materials such as metals, polymers, ceramics, semiconductors and composites. 

ChiSquared Data Analysis and Model Testing for Beginners£23.49 Carey Witkov, Keith Zengel
9780198847151 Recent groundbreaking discoveries in physics have relied on chisquared analysis and model testing. This is the first book to make this data analysis method accessible to students in introductory physics lab courses and others who need to learn this method, such as beginning researchers in astrophysics and beginners in data science. 

ChiSquared Data Analysis and Model Testing for Beginners£46.49 Carey Witkov, Keith Zengel
9780198847144 Recent groundbreaking discoveries in physics have relied on chisquared analysis and model testing. This is the first book to make this data analysis method accessible to students in introductory physics lab courses and others who need to learn this method, such as beginning researchers in astrophysics and beginners in data science. 

Machine Learning for Signal Processing: Data Science, Algorithms, and Computational Statistics£64.00 Max A. Little
9780198714934 Describes in detail the fundamental mathematics and algorithms of machine learning (an example of artificial intelligence) and signal processing, two of the most important and exciting technologies in the modern information economy. Builds up concepts gradually so that the ideas and algorithms can be implemented in practical software applications. 

Biomeasurement: A Student's Guide to Biological StatisticsFourth Edition £34.99 Dawn Hawkins
9780198807483 The introductory biological statistics text with the best online resources and software support for bioscience students needing to integrate statistics into their studies and apply it in their research. 

Mathematical Finance: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Mark H. A. Davis
9780198787945 Now a vital part of modern economies, the rapid growth of the finance industry in recent decades is largely due to the development of mathematical methods such as the theory of arbitrage. Asset valuation, credit trading, and fund management, now depend on these mathematical tools. Mark Davis explains the theories and their applications. 

A Modern Introduction to Dynamical Systems£36.99 Richard J. Brown
9780198743279 A seniorlevel, proofbased undergraduate text in the modern theory of dynamical systems that is abstract enough to satisfy the needs of a pure mathematics audience, yet application heavy and accessible enough to merit good use as an introductory text for nonmath majors. 

Applied Mathematics: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Alain Goriely
9780198754046 Applied mathematics plays a role in many different fields, especially the sciences and engineering. Goriely explains its nature and its relationship to pure mathematics, and through a variety of applications — such as mathematical modelling to predict the effects of climate change — he illustrates its power in tackling very practical problems. 

Measurement: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 David J. Hand
9780198779568 This Very Short Introduction explores the concept of measurement, its mathematical underpinnings, and its wide range of application from the sciences and social sciences to economics and commerce. 

Combinatorics: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Robin Wilson
9780198723493 Combinatorics is a large branch of mathematics involving the counting, selecting, and arranging of objects. Robin Wilson explores the field, looking at problems such as the shortest routes from A to B, to the number of Sudoku puzzles possible. 

Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension£9.99 Michio Kaku
9780198785033 Hyperspace is the runaway bestseller from one of the world's leading theoretical physicists. Are there other dimensions beyond our own? Is time travel possible? Michio Kaku takes us on a tour of the most exciting work in modern physics, including research into 10dimensional space, time warps, and multiple universes. 

Turbulence: An Introduction for Scientists and EngineersSecond Edition £58.00 Peter Davidson
9780198722595 This is an advanced textbook on the subject of turbulence, and is suitable for engineers, physical scientists and applied mathematicians. The aim of the book is to bridge the gap between the elementary accounts of turbulence to be found in undergraduate texts, and the more rigorous, accounts given in the many monographs on the subject. 

Mathematical Underpinnings of Analytics: Theory and Applications£42.99 Peter Grindrod
9780198725091 A cutting edge graduate level book on the way the mathematical analytics of big data can add value and bring competitive advantage to consumerfacing industries. 

Networks: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Guido Caldarelli, Michele Catanzaro
9780199588077 Networks are involved in many aspects of everyday life, from food webs in ecology and the spread of pandemics to social networking and public transport. This Very Short Introduction explores the basics of network theory to understand the science of complexity and its importance, using examples from nature, technology, and society, and history. 