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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.

  • An introduction to analysis and integration theory / Esther R. Phillips
    QA 312 P48 1971

  • Human interaction with graphs : a visual querying perspective / Sourav S. Bhowmick, Byron Choi, Chengkai Li
    QA 166 B464 2018eb
    Interacting with graphs using queries has emerged as an important research problem for real-world applications that center on large graph data. Given the syntactic complexity of graph query languages (e.g., SPARQL, Cypher), visual graph query interfaces make it easy for non-programmers to query such graph data repositories. In this book, we present recent developments in the emerging area of visual graph querying paradigm that bridges traditional graph querying with human computer interaction (HCI). Specifically, we focus on techniques that emphasize deep integration between the visual graph query interface and the underlying graph query engine. We discuss various strategies and guidance for constructing graph queries visually, interleaving processing of graph queries and visual actions, visual exploration of graph query results, and automated performance study of visual graph querying frameworks. In addition, this book highlights open problems and new research directions. In summary, in this book, we review and summarize the research thus far into the integration of HCI and graph querying to facilitate user-friendly interaction with graph-structured data, giving researchers a snapshot of the current state of the art in this topic, and future research directions.

  • A first course in optimization theory / Rangarajan K. Sundaram
    QA 402.5 S837 1996
    This book, first published in 1996, introduces students to optimization theory and its use in economics and allied disciplines. The first of its three parts examines the existence of solutions to optimization problems in Rn, and how these solutions may be identified. The second part explores how solutions to optimization problems change with changes in the underlying parameters, and the last part provides an extensive description of the fundamental principles of finite- and infinite-horizon dynamic programming. Each chapter contains a number of detailed examples explaining both the theory and its applications for first-year master's and graduate students. 'Cookbook' procedures are accompanied by a discussion of when such methods are guaranteed to be successful, and, equally importantly, when they could fail. Each result in the main body of the text is also accompanied by a complete proof. A preliminary chapter and three appendices are designed to keep the book mathematically self-contained.

  • Thomas' calculus : early transcendentals : single variable : based on the original work by George B. Thomas, Jr., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    QA 303.2 F565 2018

    For the single-variable component of three-semester or four-quarter courses in Calculus for students majoring in mathematics, engineering, or science

    Clarity and precision

    Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Single Variable helps students reach the level of mathematical proficiency and maturity you require, but with support for students who need it through its balance of clear and intuitive explanations, current applications, and generalized concepts. In the 14th Edition , new co-author Christopher Heil (Georgia Institute of Technology) partners with author Joel Hass to preserve what is best about Thomas' time-tested text while reconsidering every word and every piece of art with today's students in mind. The result is a text that goes beyond memorizing formulas and routine procedures to help students generalize key concepts and develop deeper understanding.

    Also available with MyLab Math

    MyLab(tm) Math is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with this text to engage students and improve results. Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding, and pursue a personalized study plan that helps them absorb course material and understand difficult concepts. A full suite of Interactive Figures have been added to the accompanying MyLab Math course to further support teaching and learning. Enhanced Sample Assignments include just-in-time prerequisite review, help keep skills fresh with distributed practice of key concepts, and provide opportunities to work exercises without learning aids to help students develop confidence in their ability to solve problems independently.

    Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; MyLab does not come packaged with this content. Students, if interested in purchasing this title with MyLab, ask your instructor for the correct package ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information.

    If you would like to purchase both the physical text and MyLab, search for:

    0134768515 / 9780134768519 Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Single Variable plus MyLab Math with Pearson eText -- Title-Specific Access Card Package, 14/e

    Package consists of:

    0134439414 / 9780134439419 Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Single Variable 0134764528 / 9780134764528 MyLab Math plus Pearson eText -- Standalone Access Card -- for Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals

  • Real analysis / H.L. Royden, Stanford University, P.M. Fitzpatrick, University of Maryland, College Park
    QA 331.5 R6 2018
    This text is designed for graduate-level courses in real analysis.

    This title is part of the Pearson Modern Classics series. Pearson Modern Classics are acclaimed titles at a value price. Please visit www.pearsonhighered.com/math-classics-series for a complete list of titles.

    Real Analysis , 4th Edition, covers the basic material that every graduate student should know in the classical theory of functions of a real variable, measure and integration theory, and some of the more important and elementary topics in general topology and normed linear space theory. This text assumes a general background in undergraduate mathematics and familiarity with the material covered in an undergraduate course on the fundamental concepts of analysis. Patrick Fitzpatrick of the University of Maryland--College Park spearheaded this revision of Halsey Royden's classic text.

  • MATLAB : a practical introduction to programming and problem solving / Stormy Attaway, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Boston University
    QA 297 A87 2019

    MATLAB: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving , winner of TAA's 2017 Textbook Excellence Award ("Texty"), guides the reader through both programming and built-in functions to easily exploit MATLAB's extensive capabilities for tackling engineering and scientific problems. Assuming no knowledge of programming, this 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. The fifth edition has been updated to reflect the functionality of the current version of MATLAB (R2018a), including the addition of local functions in scripts, the new string type, coverage of recently introduced functions to import data from web sites, and updates to the Live Editor and App Designer.

  • The Continued Exercise of Reason : Public Addresses by George Boole / edited and with an introduction by Brendan Dooley
    QA 9.2 B657 2018eb

    Lectures, many never before published, that offer insights into the early thinking of the mathematician and polymath George Boole.

    George Boole (1815-1864), remembered by history as the developer of an eponymous form of algebraic logic, can be considered a pioneer of the information age not only because of the application of Boolean logic to the design of switching circuits but also because of his contributions to the mass distribution of knowledge. In the classroom and the lecture hall, Boole interpreted recent discoveries and debates in a wide range of fields for a general audience. This collection of lectures, many never before published, offers insights into the early thinking of an innovative mathematician and intellectual polymath.

    Bertrand Russell claimed that "pure mathematics was discovered by Boole," but before Boole joined a university faculty as professor of mathematics in 1849, advocacy for science and education occupied much of his time. He was deeply committed to the Victorian ideals of social improvement and cooperation, arguing that "the continued exercise of reason" joined all disciplines in a common endeavor. In these talks, Boole discusses the genius of Isaac Newton; ancient mythologies and forms of worship; the possibility of other inhabited planets in the universe; the virtues of free and open access to knowledge; the benefits of leisure; the quality of education; the origin of scientific knowledge; and the fellowship of intellectual culture. The lectures are accompanied by a substantive introduction by Brendan Dooley, the editor of the volume, that supplies biographical and historical context.

  • Simulation / Sheldon M. Ross, Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Southern California
    QA 273 R82 2013

    The 5th edition of Ross's Simulation continues to introduce aspiring and practicing actuaries, engineers, computer scientists and others to the practical aspects of constructing computerized simulation studies to analyze and interpret real phenomena. Readers learn to apply results of these analyses to problems in a wide variety of fields to obtain effective, accurate solutions and make predictions about future outcomes.

    This latest edition features all-new material on variance reduction, including control variables and their use in estimating the expected return at blackjack and their relation to regression analysis. Additionally, the 5th edition expands on Markov chain monte carlo methods, and offers unique information on the alias method for generating discrete random variables.

    By explaining how a computer can be used to generate random numbers and how to use these random numbers to generate the behavior of a stochastic model over time, Ross's Simulation, 5th edition presents the statistics needed to analyze simulated data as well as that needed for validating the simulation model.

  • Practical time series forecasting : a hands-on guide / Galit Shmueli
    QA 280 S56 2013
    Practical Time Series Forecasting is a hands-on introduction to quantitative forecasting of time series. Quantitative forecasting is an important component of decision making in a wide range of areas and across many business functions including economic forecasting, workload projections, sales forecasts, and transportation demand. Of course, forecasting is widely used also outside of business, such as in demography and climatology.The book introduces readers to the most popular statistical models and data mining algorithms used in practice. It covers issues relating to different steps of the forecasting process, from goal definition through data visualization, modeling, performance evaluation to model deployment.Practical Time Series Forecasting is suitable for courses on forecasting at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. It offers clear explanations, examples, end-of-chapter problems and a case.Methods are illustrated using XLMiner, an Excel add-on. However, any software that has time series forecasting capabilities can be used with the book.Galit Shmueli is Professor of Statistics at the University of Maryland's Smith School of Business. She is co-author of the textbook Data Mining for Business Intelligence, and the book Modeling Online Auctions, among many other publications in professional journals. She has been teaching courses on forecasting and data mining at the University of Maryland, the Indian School of Business, and online at Statistics.com.

  • Integrated fault diagnosis and control design of linear complex systems / Mohammadreza Davoodi, Nader Meskin and Khashayar Khorasani
    QA 402.3 D38 2018eb

    sensors, actuators or other components. It is crucial to be able to diagnose the occurrence of faults and to repair them in order to maintain, guarantee, and improve the overall safety, reliability, and performance of the systems. This book addresses the design challenges of developing and implementing novel integrated fault diagnosis and control technologies for complex linear systems.

    Integrated Fault Diagnosis and Control Design of Linear Complex Systems considers linear time-invariant (LTI) systems under both time- and event-triggered frameworks. The book initially develops novel methodologies for the problem of integrated fault diagnosis and control of LTI systems to address current design challenges. The results obtained are then extended to a number of complex linear systems, specifically to Markovian jump systems as well as to cooperative multi-agent systems.

  • Bordered Heegaard Floer homology / Robert Lipshitz, Peter S. Ozsvath, Dylan P. Thurston
    QA 665 L57 2018eb

  • Diophantine approximation and the geometry of limit sets in Gromov hyperbolic metric spaces / Lior Fishman, David Simmons, Mariusz Urbański
    QA 242 F57 2018eb

  • Intersection cohomology, simplicial blow-up and rational homotopy / David Chataur, Martintxo Saralegi-Aranguren, Daniel Tanré
    QA 612.32 C48 2018eb

  • From vertex operator algebras to conformal nets and back / Sebastiano Carpi [and three others]
    QA 326 F767 2018eb

  • Holomorphic automorphic forms and cohomology / Roelof Bruggeman, YoungJu Choie, Nikolaos Diamantis
    QA 353 A9B7825 2018eb

  • Neckpinch dynamics for asymmetric surfaces evolving by mean curvature flow / Gang Zhou, Dan Knopf, Israel Michael Sigal
    QA 377.3 Z57 2018eb

  • Globally generated vector bundles with small c1 on projective spaces / Cristian Anghel, Iustin Coanda, Nicolae Manolache
    QA 612.63 A54 2018eb

  • Degree spectra of relations on a cone / Matthew Harrison-Trainor
    QA 9.63 H37 2018eb

  • On non-generic finite subgroups of exceptional algebraic groups / Alastair J. Litterick
    QA 179 L58 2018eb

  • Crossed products by Hecke pairs / Rui Palma
    QA 251.5 P35 2018eb

  • Sobolev, Besov, and Triebel-Lizorkin spaces on quantum tori / Xiao Xiong, Quanhua Xu, Zhi Yin
    QA 323 X56 2018eb

  • The Maslov index in symplectic Banach spaces / Bernhelm Booss-Bavnbek, Chaofeng Zhu
    QA 614.92 B66 2018eb

  • Boundary conditions and subelliptic estimates for geometric Kramers-Fokker-Planck operators on manifolds with boundaries / F. Nier
    QA 613 N54 2018eb

  • Tensor products and regularity properties of Cuntz semigroups / Ramon Antoine, Francesc Perera, Hannes Thiel
    QA 326 A58 2018eb

  • La formule des traces locale tordue / Colette Moeglin, J.-L. Waldspurger
    QA 243 M6975 2018eb

  • On Sudakov's type decomposition of transference plans with norm costs / Stefano Bianchini, Sara Daneri
    QA 402.2 B53 2018eb

  • Nonsmooth differential geometry : an approach tailored for spaces with Ricci curvature bounded from below / Nicola Gigli
    QA 641 G534 2018eb

  • Spatially independent Martingales, intersections, and applications / Pablo Shmerkin, Ville Suomala
    QA 274.46 S56 2018eb

  • Orthogonal and symplectic n-level densities / A.M. Mason, N.C. Snaith
    QA 331 M379 2018eb

  • Medial-skeletal linking structures for multi-region configurations / James Damon, Ellen Gasparovic
    QA 689 D2945 2017eb

  • Maximal abelian sets of roots / R. Lawther
    QA 252.3 L39 2017eb

  • Knot invariants and higher representation theory / Ben Webster
    QA 612.2 W43 2017eb

  • The planar cubic Cayley graphs / Agelos Georgakopoulos
    QA 166.145 G46 2017eb

  • Entire solutions for bistable lattice differential equations with obstacles / A. Hoffman, H.J. Hupkes, E.S. Van Vleck
    QA 171.5 H55 2017eb

  • Induction, bounding, weak combinatorial principles, and the homogeneous model theorem / Denis R. Hirschfeldt, Karen Lange, Richard A. Shore
    QA 9.25 H56 2017eb

  • Property (T) for groups graded by root systems / Mikhail Ershov, Andrei Jaikin-Zapirain, Martin Kassabov
    QA 212 E77 2017eb

  • Absolute continuity under time shift of trajectories and related stochastic calculus / Jörg-Uwe Löbus
    QA 9 L6194 2017eb

  • On operads, bimodules, and analytic functors / Nicola Gambino, Andre Joyal
    QA 169 G36 2017eb

  • Hypercontractivity in group Von Neumann algebras / Marius Junge, Carlos Palazuelos, Javier Parcet, Mathilde Perrin
    QA 326 J86 2018eb

  • Fundamental solutions and local solvability for nonsmooth Hörmander's operators / Marco Bramanti, Luca Brandolini, Maria Manfredini, Marco Pedroni
    QA 377 F86 2017eb

  • Needle decompositions in Riemannian geometry / Bo'az Klartag
    QA 645 K53 2017eb

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

  • Maximal Cohen-Macaulay modules over non-isolated surface singularities and matrix problems / Igor Burban, Yuriy Drozd
    QA 251.3 B87 2017eb

  • Special values of the hypergeometric series / Akihito Ebisu
    QA 353 H9E25 2017eb

  • Rationality problem for algebraic tori / Akinari Hoshi, Aiichi Yamasaki
    QA 176 H67 2017eb

  • Locally analytic vectors in representations of locally p-adic analytic groups / Matthew Emerton
    QA 241 E54 2017eb

  • Homology of normal chains and cohomology of charges / Th. De Pauw, R.M. Hardt, W.F. Pfeffer
    QA 612.3 D47 2017eb

  • Intersection local times, loop soups, and permanental wick powers / Yves Le Jan, Michael B. Marcus, Jay Rosen
    QA 274.4 L4 2017eb

  • Quantum cluster algebras structures on quantum nilpotent algebras / K.R. Goodearl, M.T. Yakimov
    QA 251.3 G66 2017eb

  • Semicrossed products of operator algebras by semigroups / Kenneth R. Davidson, Adam H. Fuller, Evgenios T.A. Kakariadis
    QA 326 D3757 2017eb

  • Birationally rigid Fano threefold hypersurfaces / Ivan Cheltsov, Jihun Park
    QA 571 C44 2016eb

  • New foundations for geometry : two non-additive languages for arithemtical geometry / M. J. Shai Haran
    QA 242.5 H36 2017eb

  • Exotic cluster structures on SLn : the Cremmer-Gervais case / M. Gekhtman, M. Shapiro, A. Vainshtein
    QA 251.3 G4525 2016eb

  • Oseledec multiplicative ergodic theorem for laminations / Viêt-Anh Nguyên
    QA 313 N48 2016eb

  • On Dwork's p-adic formal congruences theorem and hypergeometric mirror maps / E. Delaygue, T. Rivoal, J. Roques
    QA 564 D4494 2016eb

  • Abelian properties of Anick spaces / Brayton Gray
    QA 387 G7245 2016eb

  • The role of advection in a two-species competition model : a bifurcation approach / Isabel Averill, King-Yeung Lam, Yuan Lou
    QA 433 A94 2017eb

  • Classification of actions of discrete Kac algebras on injective factors / Toshihiko Masuda, Reiji Tomatsu
    QA 252.3 M37 2017eb

  • Lp-square function estimates on spaces of homogeneous type and on uniformly rectifiable sets / Steve Hofmann, Dorina Mitrea, Marius Mitrea, Andrew J. Morris
    QA 387 L7 2017eb

  • Rectifiable measures, square functions involving densities, and the cauchy transform / Xavier Tolsa
    QA 312 T635 2017eb

  • Imaginary Schur-Weyl duality / Alexander Kleshchev, Robert Muth
    QA 564 K54 2017eb

  • Hyperbolically embedded subgroups and rotating families in groups acting on hyperbolic spaces / F. Dahmani, V. Guirardel, D. Osin
    QA 685 D19944 2017eb

  • Proof of the 1-factorization and Hamilton decomposition conjectures / Béla Csaba [and four others]
    QA 161 F3C73 2016eb

  • Rohlin flows on von Neumann algebras / Toshihiko Masuda, Reiji Tomatsu
    QA 326 M37 2016eb

  • Monoidal categories and the Gerstenhaber bracket in Hochschild cohomology / Reiner Hermann
    QA 612.7 H47 2016eb

  • Real non-Abelian mixed Hodge structures for quasi-projective varieties : formality and splitting / J.P. Pridham
    QA 564 P74 2016eb

  • Layer potentials and boundary-value problems for second order elliptic operators with data in Besov spaces / Ariel Barton, Svitlana Mayboroda
    QA 379 B375 2016eb

  • Descent construction for Gspin groups / Joseph Hundley, Eitan Sayag
    QA 671.5 H86 2016eb

  • The local structure for finite groups with a large p-subgroup / U. Meierfrankenfeld, B. Stellmacher, G. Stroth
    QA 177 M45 2016eb

  • Carleman estimates, observability inequalities, and null controllability for interior degenerate nonsmooth parabolic equations / Genni Fragnelli, Dimitri Mugnai
    QA 295 F835 2016eb

  • Igusa's p-Adic local zeta function and the Monodromy conjecture for non-degenerate surface singularities / Bart Bories, Willem Veys
    QA 614.58 B67 2016eb

  • Adelic divisors on arithmetic varieties / Atsushi Moriwaki
    QA 242 M86 2016eb

  • Nil Bohr-sets and almost automorphy of higher order / Wen Huang, Song Shao, Xiangdong Ye
    QA 353 A9H83 2016eb

  • Overgroups of root groups in classical groups / Michael Aschbacher
    QA 174.2 A8327 2016eb

  • Classification of E0-semigroups by product systems / Michael Skeide
    QA 322.4 S567 2016eb

  • Moduli of double EPW-sextics / Kieran G. O'Grady
    QA 573 O47 2016eb

  • Classes of Polish spaces under effective Borel isomorphism / Vassilios Gregoriades
    QA 611.28 G74 2016eb

  • Global Carleman estimates for degenerate parabolic operators with applications / P. Cannarsa, P. Martinez, J. Vancostenoble
    QA 329.4 C36 2016eb

  • Reduced fusion systems over 2-groups of sectional rank at most 4 / Bob Oliver
    QA 177 O45 2016eb

  • Irreducible geometric subgroups of classical algebraic groups / Timothy C. Burness, Soumaïa Ghandour, Donna M. Testerman
    QA 183 B87 2016eb
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