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Mathematics - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Titles in the call number range QA 1 - QA 73, QA 90 - QA 699 (Mathematics) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 60 days.


  • Applications of Polyfold Theory I : the polyfolds of Gromov-Witten Theory / H. Hofer, K. Wysocki, E. Zehnder
    QA 665 H64 2017eb

  • On the singular set of harmonic maps into DM-complexes / Georgios Daskalopoulos, Chikako Mese
    QA 614.73 D37 2016

  • Student solutions manual and study guide, Discrete mathematics with applications / Susanna S. Epp ; prepared by Susanna S. Epp, Tom Jenkyns
    QA 39.3 E65 2011 Guide

  • Fractional and multivariable calculus : model building and optimization problems / A.M. Mathai, H.J. Haubold
    QA 314 M38 2017eb

  • Nevanlinna theory, normal families, and algebraic differential equations / Norbert Steinmetz
    QA331

  • Non-convex multi-objective optimization Panos M. Pardalos, Antanas Žilinskas, Julius Žilinskas
    QA402.5

  • Introduction to inverse problems for differential equations Alemdar Hasanov Hasanoğlu, Vladimir G. Romanov
    QA378.5

  • Computing and combinatorics : 23rd International Conference, COCOON 2017, Hong Kong, China, August 3-5, 2017, Proceedings / Yixin Cao, Jianer Chen (eds.)
    QA 164 C63 2017eb

  • Algebra, geometry, and physics in the 21st century : Kontsevich Festschrift / Denis Auroux, Ludmil Katzarkov, Tony Pantev, Yan Soibelman, Yuri Tschinkel, editors
    QA152.3

  • Statistical estimation for truncated exponential families / Masafumi Akahira
    QA276.8

  • Noncausal stochastic calculus Shigeyoshi Ogawa
    QA274.2

  • Developments in language theory : 21st International Conference, DLT 2017, Liège, Belgium, August 7-11, 2017, Proceedings / Émilie Charlier, Julien Leroy, Michel Rigo (eds.)
    QA267.3

  • Type-2 fuzzy logic : uncertain systems' modeling and control / Rómulo Antão ; with contributions by Alexandre Mota, Rui Escadas Martins, José Tenreiro Machado
    QA9.64

  • Piecewise deterministic processes in biological models Ryszard Rudnicki, Marta Tyran-Kamińska
    QA274.7

  • Approximation theory XV San Antonio 2016 / Gregory E. Fasshauer, Larry L. Schumaker, editors
    QA221

  • Lectures on hyperhamiltonian dynamics and physical applications Giuseppe Gaeta, Miguel A. Rodríguez
    QA614.83

  • Theory of semigroups and applications / Kalyan B. Sinha, Sachi Srivastava
    QA182

  • An introduction to distance geometry applied to molecular geometry Carlile Lavor, Leo Liberti, Weldon A. Lodwick, Tiago Mendonça da Costa
    QA613

  • Stochastic partial differential equations / Sergey V. Lototsky, Boris L. Rozovsky
    QA274.25

  • Numerical methods for Eulerian and Lagrangian conservation laws Bruno Després
    QA 377 D47 2017eb

  • Logic, language, information, and computation : 24th International Workshop, WoLLIC 2017, London, UK, July 18-21, 2017, Proceedings / Juliette Kennedy, Ruy J.G.B. de Queiroz (eds.)
    QA 9 A1 W67 2017eb

  • Analysis of repeated measures data / M. Ataharul Islam, Rafiqul I Chowdhury
    QA276

  • Data science : innovative developments in data analysis and clustering / Francesco Palumbo, Angela Montanari, Maurizio Vichi, editors
    QA276.A1

  • New trends and advanced methods in interdisciplinary mathematical sciences / Bourama Toni, editor
    QA39.3

  • Mobius invariant QK spaces / by Hasi Wulan, Kehe Zhu
    QA201

  • Harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, complex analysis, Banach spaces, and operator theory. celebrating Cora Sadosky's life / María Cristina Pereyra, Stefania Marcantognini, Alexander M. Stokolos, Wilfredo Urbina, editors
    QA403

  • Mesh dependence in PDE-constrained optimisation : an application in tidal turbine array layouts / Tobias Schwedes, David A. Ham, Simon W. Funke, Matthew D. Piggott
    QA402.5

  • Newton's method : an updated approach of Kantorovich's theory / José Antonio Ezquerro Fernández, Miguel Ángel Hernández Verón
    QA297.8

  • Multi-objective optimization problems : concepts and self-adaptive parameters with mathematical and engineering applications / Fran Sérgio Lobato, Valder Steffen Jr
    QA402.5

  • The data science design manual / Steven S. Skiena
    QA276.4

  • Algebraic coding theory over finite commutative rings / Steven T. Dougherty
    QA251.3

  • Analytical and stochastic modelling techniques and applications : 24th International Conference, ASMTA 2017, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, July 10-11, 2017, Proceedings / Nigel Thomas, Matthew Forshaw (eds.)
    QA 274 A1 I58 2017eb

  • An introduction to formal languages and automata / Peter Linz, PhD, University of California at Davis
    QA 267.3 L56 2017
    An Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata, Sixth Edition provides an accessible, student-friendly presentation of all material essential to an introductory Theory of Computation course. Written to address the fundamentals of formal languages, automata, and computability, the text is designed to familiarize students with the foundations and principles of computer science and to strengthen the students' ability to carry out formal and rigorous mathematical arguments. The author, Peter Linz, continues to offer a straightforward, uncomplicated treatment of formal languages and automata and avoids excessive mathematical detail allowing students to focus on and understand the key underlying principles.

    New & Key Features:

    * An accessible approach allows students to clearly understand key content while retaining the appropriate mathematical notations and theorems required for the course
    * New Chapter Synopsis, found at the end of each chapter, recap important concepts found in the text
    * Every major idea is preceded by a motivating example, drawn from applications, that introduces the concept and illustrates its usefulness
    * The exercise section has been restructured and improved with accessible exercises more closely tied to examples in the text
    * An enhanced Instructor's Manual includes more detailed solutions to problems found in the text

  • Complex variables and applications / James Ward Brown, professor of mathematics, the University of Michigan-Dearborn ; Ruel V. Churchill, Late Professor of Mathematics, the University of Michigan-Dearborn
    QA 331.7 C524 2014
    Complex Variables and Applications, 9e will serve, just as the earlier editions did, as a textbook for an introductory course in the theory and application of functions of a complex variable. This new edition preserves the basic content and style of the earlier editions. The text is designed to develop the theory that is prominent in applications of the subject. You will find a special emphasis given to the application of residues and conformal mappings. To accommodate the different calculus backgrounds of students, footnotes are given with references to other texts that contain proofs and discussions of the more delicate results in advanced calculus. Improvements in the text include extended explanations of theorems, greater detail in arguments, and the separation of topics into their own sections.

  • An introduction to Laplacian spectral distances and kernels : theory, computation, and applications / Giuseppe Patanè
    QA 448 D38 P275 2017eb

    In geometry processing and shape analysis, several applications have been addressed through the properties of the Laplacian spectral kernels and distances, such as commute time, biharmonic, diffusion, and wave distances.

    Within this context, this book is intended to provide a common background on the definition and computation of the Laplacian spectral kernels and distances for geometry processing and shape analysis. To this end, we define a unified representation of the isotropic and anisotropic discrete Laplacian operator on surfaces and volumes; then, we introduce the associated differential equations, i.e., the harmonic equation, the Laplacian eigenproblem, and the heat equation. Filtering the Laplacian spectrum, we introduce the Laplacian spectral distances, which generalize the commute-time, biharmonic, diffusion, and wave distances, and their discretization in terms of the Laplacian spectrum. As main applications, we discuss the design of smooth functions and the Laplacian smoothing of noisy scalar functions.

    All the reviewed numerical schemes are discussed and compared in terms of robustness, approximation accuracy, and computational cost, thus supporting the reader in the selection of the most appropriate with respect to shape representation, computational resources, and target application.


  • Portal through mathematics : journey to advanced thinking / Oleg A. Ivanov, St. Petersburg State University ; translated by Robert G. Burns
    QA 37.3 I9313 2017
    This book is a collection of puzzles and problems mostly on topics relating to secondary mathematics. The problems and topics are fresh and interesting and frequently surprising. One example: the puzzle that asks how much length must be added to a belt around the Earth's equator to raise it one foot has probably achieved old chestnut status. Ivanov, after explaining the surprising answer to this question, goes a step further and asks, if you grabbed that too long belt at some point and raised it as high as possible, how high would that be? The answer to that is more surprising than the classic puzzle's answer.

  • MATLAB : a practical introduction to programming and problem solving / Stormy Attaway
    QA 297 A87 2017eb

    MATLAB: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, Fourth Edition , winner of a 2017 Textbook Excellence Award ( Texty ), has been updated to reflect the functionality of the current version of MATLAB, including the new H2 Graphics system. It features new and revised end-of-chapter exercises, more engineering applications to help the reader learn this software tool in context, and a new section on object-oriented programming in MATLAB. MATLAB has become the standard software tool for solving scientific and engineering problems due to its powerful built-in functions and its ability to program.

    Assuming no knowledge of programming, this book guides the reader through both programming and built-in functions to easily exploit MATLAB's extensive capabilities for tackling engineering problems. The book starts with programming concepts, such as variables, assignments, and selection statements, moves on to loops, and then solves problems using both the programming concept and the power of MATLAB. In-depth coverage is given to input/output, a topic fundamental to many engineering applications.



    Winner of a 2017 Textbook Excellence Award ( Texty ) from the Textbook and Academic Authors Association Presents programming concepts and MATLAB built-in functions side-by-side Offers a systematic, step-by-step approach, building on concepts throughout the book and facilitating easier learning Includes sections on common pitfalls and programming guidelines to direct students toward best practices Combines basic programming concepts, built-in functions, and advanced topics for problem solving with MATLAB to make this book uniquely suitable for a wide range of courses teaching or using MATLAB across the curriculum

  • Competitions for young mathematicians : perspectives from five continents / edited by Alexander Soifer ; with the foreword by Gabriele Kaiser
    QA20.3

  • Children's reasoning while building fraction ideas / edited by Carolyn A. Maher (Rutgers University, USA) and Dina Yankelewitz (Pearson Education, USA)
    QA137 C455 2017eb

  • Teaching and learning in maths classrooms : emerging themes in affect-related research : teachers' beliefs, students' engagement and social interaction / Chiara Andrà, Domenico Brunetto, Esther Levenson, Peter Liljedahl, editors
    QA11.2
    The book is the selection of the most relevant talks given at the 21st MAVI conference held at Politecnico di Milano.  The first section is dedicated to classroom practices and beliefs regarding those practices, taking a look at prospective or practicing teachers' views of different practices such as decision-making, the roles of explanations, problem-solving, patterning, and the use of play.  Of major interest to MAVI participants is the relationship between teachers' professed beliefs and classroom practice. This is the focus of the second section in this book. Three papers deal with teacher change, which is notoriously difficult, even when the teachers themselves are interested in changing their practice. The third section of this book centers on the undercurrents of teaching and learning mathematics, what rises in various situations, causing tensions and inconsistencies.   The last section of this book takes a look at emerging themes in affect-related research. In this section, two papers discuss attitudes towards assessment. The books is addressed to any teacher and researcher working in this area.

  • Level crossing methods in stochastic models / Percy H. Brill
    QA274.2 B75 2017eb

  • Intuitionistic fuzzy calculus / Qian Lei, Zeshui Xu
    QA 248.5 L45 2017eb

  • Cellular automata and discrete complex systems : 23rd IFIP WG 1.5 International Workshop, AUTOMATA 2017, Milan, Italy, June 7-9, 2017, Proceedings / Alberto Dennunzio, Enrico Formenti, Luca Manzoni, Antonio E. Porreca (eds.)
    QA 267.5 C45I58 2017eb

  • Uncertain rule-based fuzzy systems : introduction and new directions / Jerry M. Mendel
    QA402

  • Cellular automata analysis and applications / Karl-Peter Hadeler, Johannes Müller
    QA267.5.C45

  • Bayesian cost-effectiveness analysis with the R package BCEA Gianluca Baio, Andrea Berardi, Anna Heath
    QA279.5

  • Matrix-exponential distributions in applied probability / Mogens Bladt, Bo Friis Nielsen
    QA274.7

  • Metric diffusion along foliations Szymon M. Walczak
    QA649

  • On sets and graphs : perspectives on logic and combinatorics / Eugenio G. Omodeo, Alberto Policriti, Alexandru I. Tomescu
    QA248

  • Topological vector spaces and their applications / V.I. Bogachev, O.G. Smolyanov
    QA186

  • Fractional-order Devices
    QA314

  • Introduction to the theory of lie groups / Roger Godement ; translated by Urmie Ray
    QA387

  • On the Logos : a naïve view on ordinary reasoning and fuzzy logic / Enric Trillas
    QA9.64

  • Real-variable theory of Musielak-Orlicz Hardy spaces / Dachun Yang, Yiyu Liang, Luong Dang Ky
    QA323

  • Selberg Zeta functions and transfer operators : an experimental approach to singular perturbations / Markus Szymon Fraczek
    QA241

  • Algebra 1 : groups, rings, fields and arithmetic / Ramji Lal
    QA152.3

  • Basic graph theory / Md. Saidur Rahman
    QA166

    This undergraduate textbook provides an introduction to graph theory, which has numerous applications in modeling problems in science and technology, and has become a vital component to computer science, computer science and engineering, and mathematics curricula of universities all over the world.

     The author follows a methodical and easy to understand approach. Beginning with the historical background, motivation and applications of graph theory, the author first explains basic graph theoretic terminologies. From this firm foundation, the author goes on to present  paths, cycles, connectivity, trees, matchings, coverings, planar graphs, graph coloring and digraphs as well as some  special classes of graphs together with some research topics for advanced  study.

     Filled with exercises and illustrations, Basic Graph Theory is a valuable resource for any undergraduate student to understand and gain confidence in graph theory and its applications to scientific research, algorithms and problem solving.


  • Introduction to Hamiltonian dynamical systems and the N-body problem / Kenneth R. Meyer, Daniel C. Offin
    QA614.83

  • The incomputable journeys beyond the Turing barrier / S. Barry Cooper, Mariya I. Soskova, editors
    QA9.63

    This book questions the relevance of computation to the physical universe. Our theories deliver computational descriptions, but the gaps and discontinuities in our grasp suggest a need for continued discourse between researchers from different disciplines, and this book is unique in its focus on the mathematical theory of incomputability and its relevance for the real world. The core of the book consists of thirteen chapters in five parts on extended models of computation; the search for natural examples of incomputable objects; mind, matter, and computation; the nature of information, complexity, and randomness; and the mathematics of emergence and morphogenesis.

    This book will be of interest to researchers in the areas of theoretical computer science, mathematical logic, and philosophy.


  • Louis Boutet de Monvel, selected works Victor W. Guillemin, Johannes Sjöstrand, editors
    QA379
    This book features a selection of articles by Louis Boutet de Monvel and presents his contributions to the theory of partial differential equations and analysis. The works selected here reveal his central role in the development of his field, including three cornerstones: firstly, analytic pseudodifferential operators, which have become a fundamental aspect of analytic microlocal analysis, and secondly the Boutet de Monvel calculus for boundary problems for elliptic partial differential operators, which is still an important tool also in index theory. Thirdly, Boutet de Monvel was one of the first people to recognize the importance of the existence of generalized functions, whose singularities are concentrated on a single ray in phase space, which led him to make essential contributions to hypoelliptic operators and to a very successful and influential calculus of Toeplitz operators with applications to spectral andindex theory.

    Other topics treated here include microlocal analysis, star products and deformation quantization as well as problems in several complex variables, index theory and geometric quantization. This book will appeal to both experts in the field and students who are new to this subject.


  • Green's functions potential fields on surfaces / Yuri A. Melnikov, Volodymyr N. Borodin
    QA371

  • Algebra 2 : linear algebra, Galois theory, representation theory, group extensions and Schur multiplier / Ramji Lal
    QA152.3

  • Algebraic geometry and number theory : Summer School, Galatasaray University, Istanbul, 2014 / Hussein Mourtada, Celal Cem Sarığlu, Christophe Soulé, Ayberk Zeytin, editors
    QA564

  • Generalized functions and Fourier analysis : dedicated to Stevan Pilipović on the occasion of his 65th birthday / Michael Oberguggenberger, Joachim Toft, Jasson Vindas, Patrik Wahlberg, editors
    QA324

  • Statistical disclosure control for microdata : methods and applications in R / Matthias Templ
    QA276.4

  • Partial differential equations : mathematical techniques for engineers / Marcelo Epstein
    QA377

  • Bayesian statistics in action : BAYSM 2016, Florence, Italy, June 19-21 / Raffaele Argiento, Ettore Lanzarone, Isadora Antoniano Villalobos, Alessandra Mattei, editors
    QA279.5

  • Thriving rough sets : 10th anniversary -- honoring Professor Zdzisław Pawlak's life and legacy & 35 years of rough sets / Guoyin Wang, Andrzej Skowron, Yiyu Yao, Dominik Śl̨ezak, Lech Polkowski, editors
    QA248

  • Philosophical explorations of the legacy of AlanTuring Turing 100 / Juliet Floyd, Alisa Bokulich, editors
    QA 29 T8P45 2017eb

  • Teacher noticing : bridging and broadening perspectives, contexts, and frameworks / Edna O. Schack, Molly H. Fisher, Jennifer A. Wilhelm, editors
    QA11.2

  • Discrete mathematics with applications / Susanna S. Epp
    QA 39.3 E65 2011
    Susanna Epp's DISCRETE MATHEMATICS WITH APPLICATIONS, FOURTH EDITION provides a clear introduction to discrete mathematics. Renowned for her lucid, accessible prose, Epp explains complex, abstract concepts with clarity and precision. This book presents not only the major themes of discrete mathematics, but also the reasoning that underlies mathematical thought. Students develop the ability to think abstractly as they study the ideas of logic and proof. While learning about such concepts as logic circuits and computer addition, algorithm analysis, recursive thinking, computability, automata, cryptography, and combinatorics, students discover that the ideas of discrete mathematics underlie and are essential to the science and technology of the computer age. Overall, Epp's emphasis on reasoning provides students with a strong foundation for computer science and upper-level mathematics courses.

  • Introduction to mathematical statistics / Robert V. Hogg, Joseph W. McKean, Allen T. Craig
    QA 276 H59 2013
    Introduction to Mathematical Statistics, Seventh Edition, offers a proven approach designed to provide you with an excellent foundation in mathematical statistics. Ample examples and exercises throughout the text illustrate concepts to help you gain a solid understanding of the material.


  • Anomalies in net present value, returns and polynomials, and regret theory in decision-making / Michael C.I. Nwogugu
    QA 279.4 N86 2016eb

    This book explores why Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR) and Net Present Value (NPV) are not necessarily accurate or efficient tools for valuation and decision-making. The author specifically addresses the biases and framing effects inherent in the NPV/MIRR/IRR model and in related approaches such as Adjusted Present Value (APV), Net Future Value (NFV), and by extension, Polynomials. In doing so, the book presents new ways of solving higher order polynomials using invariants and homomorphisms and explains why the "Fundamental Theorem of Algebra", the Binomial Theorem and the "Descartes Sign Rule" are unreliable.  Chapters also discuss how International Asset Pricing Theory (IAPT) and Intertemporal Capital Asset Pricing Models (ICAPM) can produce inaccurate results in certain circumstances. The conditions under which ICAPM and IAPT may be accurate are described; as well as why those conditions cannot, or are unlikely to, exist. The conditions under which negative interest rates may exist or are justified are also outlined. Moreover, the author explains why traditional Consumption-Savings-Investment-Production models of allocation can be inefficient, and then introduces a new model of allocation that can be applied to individuals, households and companies. Finally, the book explains why the Elasticity of Intertemporal Substitution is a flawed concept and introduces the Marginal Rate of Intertemporal Joint Substitution as a solution. 


  • Undergraduate mathematics competitions (1995-2016) : Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv / Volodymyr Brayman, Alexander Kukush
    QA43

  • Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization 19th International Conference, IPCO 2017, Waterloo, ON, Canada, June 26-28, 2017, Proceedings / edited by Friedrich Eisenbrand, Jochen Koenemann
    QA297-299.4

  • Sequential experiments with primes / Mihai Caragiu
    QA241

  • Simplicity ideals of practice in mathematics and the arts / Roman Kossak, Philip Ording, editors
    QA8

  • Symmetries and integrability of difference equations lecture notes of the Abecederian School of SIDE 12, Montreal 2016 / Decio Levi, Raphaël Rebelo, Pavel Winternitz, editors
    QA370

  • Understanding and using rough set based feature selection : concepts, techniques and applications / Muhammad Summari Raza, Usman Qamar
    QA248

  • Optimization in engineering : models and algorithms / Ramteen Sioshansi, Antonio J. Conejo
    QA402.5
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