**Kian Salimkhani, "The Non-Fundamentality of Spacetime "**

English | ISBN: 1032518332 | 2023 | 266 pages | EPUB, PDF | 1034 KB + 29 MB

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English | ISBN: 1032518332 | 2023 | 266 pages | EPUB, PDF | 1034 KB + 29 MB

English | PDF (True) | 2024 | 722 Pages | ISBN : 3031565908 | 31.2 MB

The book illustrates a geospatial and geostatistical approach to data analysis, modeling, risk assessment, and visualization, as well as landslide hazard management in the hilly region. This book investigates cutting-edge methodologies based on open source software and R statistical programming and modeling in current decision-making procedures, with a particular emphasis on recent advances in data mining techniques and robust modeling in torrential rainfall and earthquake induced landslide hazard.

by Steven A. Kivelson

English | 2024 | ISBN: 0691249741 | 473 pages | True PDF | 11.52 MB

English | 2003 | pages: 423 | ISBN: 9812384553 | PDF | 17,6 mb

English | 2006 | pages: 220 | ISBN: 158053340X | PDF | 1,7 mb

English | April 9th, 2024 | ISBN: 1804175676 | 256 pages | True EPUB | 3.75 MB

Einstein's pioneering work helped shape the cultural landscape of the world today. Now in a digestible, pocket format for the modern reader.

English | April 9th, 2024 | ISBN: 1804175684 | 256 pages | True EPUB | 3.13 MB

Bohr and Planck helped shaped the cultural landscape of the world today. Now their work is available here in a digestible, pocket format for the modern reader.

English | PDF (True) | 2001 | 263 Pages | ISBN : 0306466317 | 19.2 MB

In a rapidly evolving field such as computational physics, six years is an eternity. Even though many of the elementary techniques described here are of venerable age, their assembly into sophisticated combined methods and their intensive application to ever new problems is an ongoing and exciting process. After six years, a new the new vistas edition of this textbook must therefore take into account some of that have opened up recently. Apart from these additions and some didactic improvements, the general struc ture of the book holds good. The first three chapters are devoted to a thorough, if concise, treatment of the main ingredients from numerical mathematics: finite differences, linear algebra, and stochastics. This exercise will prove valuable when we proceed, in chapters 4 and 5, to combine these elementary tools into powerful instruments for the integration of differential equations. The final chapters are devoted to a number of applications in selected fields: statistical physics, quantum mechanics, and hydrodynamics. I will gradually augment this text by web-resident sample programs. These will be written in JAVA and will be accompanied by short explanations and references to this text. Thus it may prove worthwhile to pay an occasional visit to my web-site www.ap.univie.ac.at/users/Franz.Vesely/ to see if any new applets have sprung up.

English | PDF (True) | 2001 | 452 Pages | ISBN : 0387989900 | 31.7 MB

This book is intended to be an easy, concise, but rather complete, introduc the ISO/ANSI C++ programming language with special empha tion to sis on object-oriented numeric computation for students and professionals in science and engineering. The description of the language is platform independent. Thus it applies to different operating systems such as UNIX, Linux, MacOS, Windows, and DOS, as long as a standard C++ compiler is equipped. The prerequisite of this book is elementary knowledge of cal culus and linear algebra. However, this prerequisite is hardly necessary if this book is going to be used as a textbook for teaching C++ and all the sections on numeric methods are skipped. Programming experience in an other language such as FORTRAN, C, Ada, Pascal, Maple, or Matlab will certainly help, but is not presumed. All C++ features are introduced in an easy way through concepts such as functions, complex numbers, vectors, matrices, and integrals, which are familiar to every student and professional in science and engineering.

English | 2022 | ISBN: 1800613423 | PDF | pages: 287 | 23.1 mb

English | PDF (True) | 2002 | 292 Pages | ISBN : N/A | 27.2 MB

When we consider the ever increasing amount of astronomical data available to us, we can well say that the needs of modern astronomy are growing by the day. Ever better observing facilities are in operation. The fusion of infor mation leading to the coordination of observations is of central importance. The methods described in this book can provide effective and efficient ripostes to many of these issues. Much progress has been made in recent years on the methodology front, in line with the rapid pace of evolution of our technological infrastructures. The central themes of this book are information and scale. The approach is astronomy-driven, starting with real problems and issues to be addressed. We then proceed to comprehensive theory, and implementations of demonstrated efficacy. The field is developing rapidly. There is little doubt that further important papers, and books, will follow in the future. Colleagues we would like to acknowledge include: Alexandre Aussem, Albert Bijaoui, Franc;ois Bonnarel, Jonathan G. Campbell, Ghada Jammal, Rene Gastaud, Pierre-Franc;ois Honore, Bruno Lopez, Mireille Louys, Clive Page, Eric Pantin, Philippe Querre, Victor Racine, Jerome Rodriguez, and Ivan Valtchanov.

English | PDF (True) | 2002 | 369 Pages | ISBN : 1402010168 | 31.2 MB

Recombination lines at radio wavelengths have been - and still are - a pow erful tool for modern astronomy. For more than thirty years they have allowed astronomers to probe the gases from which stars form. They have even been detected in the Sun. In addition, observations of these spectral lines facilitate basic research into the atom, in forms and environments that can only exist in the huge dimensions and extreme conditions of cosmic laboratories. We intend this book to serve as a tourist's guide to the world of Radio Recombination Lines. It contains three divisions: a history of their discovery, the physics of how they form and how their voyage to us influences their spectral profiles, and a description of their many astronomical contributions to date. The appendix includes supplementary calculations that may be useful to some astronomers. This material also includes tables of line frequencies from 12 MHz to 30THz (AlOJLm) as well as FORTRAN computer code to calculate the fine structure components of the lines, to evaluate radial matrix integrals, and to calculate the departure coefficients of hydrogen in a cosmic environment. It also describes how to convert observational to astrophysical units. The text includes extensive references to the literature to assist readers who want more details.

English | PDF (True) | 2004 | 441 Pages | ISBN : 1402012004 | 42.6 MB

There are very few concepts that fascinate equally a theoretical physicist studying black holes and a patient undergoing seriolls mental psychosis. Time, undoubtedly, can well be ranked among them. For the measure of time inside a black hole is no less bizarre than the perception of time by a schizophrenic, who may perceive it as completely "suspended," "standing still," or even "reversing its direction. " The nature of time is certainly shrouded in profound mystery. This, perhaps, since the concept entails multifarious, and occasionally incongruous, facets. No wonder the subject attracts the serious attention of scholars on the one hand, and of the lay public on the other. Our Advanced Research Workshop is an excellent il lustration of this point, as the reader will soon discover. It turned out to be a unique professional forum for an unusually lively, effective and fruitful exchange of ideas and beliefs among 48 participants from 20 countries worldwide, selected out of more than a hundred applicants. The present book is based on the select talks presented at the meeting, and aims to provide the interested layperson and specialist alike with a multidisciplinary sampling of the most up-to-date scholarly research on the nature of time. It represents a coherent, state-of-the-art volume showing that research relevant to this topic is necessarily interdisciplinary and does not ignore such delicate issues as "altered" states of consciousness, religion and metaphysics.