3 edition of A natural approach to mathematics found in the catalog.
A natural approach to mathematics
Harold William Clayton
Originally published (B67-8463) 1967.
|Statement||by H. W. Clayton andD. N. Straker :|
|Contributions||Straker, Denys Noel.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
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This unique book provides a self-contained conceptual and technical introduction to the theory of differential sheaves. This serves both the newcomer and the experienced researcher in undertaking a background-independent, natural and relational approach to "physical geometry".Cited by: 6.
Soap film problem is such a very interesting and even artistic example because readers can easily conduct experiments and find out how beautiful the mathematics is. The mean curvature is natural to describe in minimum surface, and has great implications in /5. The approach here is not the conventional one of 'nonstandard analysis', but a simpler, graphically based treatment which makes the notion of an infinitesimal natural and straightforward.
This allows a further vision of the wider world of mathematical thinking in which formal definitions and proof lead to amazing new ways of defining, proving, visualising and symbolising mathematics beyond previous Cited by: Books shelved as natural-science-and-mathematics: See Inside the World of Dinosaurs by Alex Frith, Darwin for Beginners by Jonathan Miller, Earth: Our Ho.
This book covers the standard material for a one-semester course in multivariable calculus. The topics include curves, differentiability and partial derivatives, multiple integrals, vector fields, line and surface integrals, and the theorems of Green, Stokes, and Gauss. The differential evolution (DE) algorithm is a practical approach to global numerical optimization which is easy to understand, simple to implement, reliable, and fast.
Packed with illustrations, computer code, new insights, and practical advice, this volume explores DE in both principle and : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.