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PRENTICE HALL COMPUTER SCIENCE E-CATALOG -- April 1990
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PRENTICE HALL ADVANCED MATH AND STATISTICS E-CATALOG -- May 1990
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ADVANCED MATH & STATISTICS
New Titles for 1990
56105-0 Arnold: Mathematical Statistics
Appropriate for courses in probability and statistics
for engineers. Assumes background in calculus.
47708-3 Barnier/Feldman: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
Appropriate for the transition course between calculus
and the more abstract upper division courses.
00442-4 Beachy/Blair: Abstract Algebra with Concrete Introduction
Appropriate for one term courses in abstract or modern
algebra.
71199-4 Dougherty: Probability and Statistics for the Engineering
Computing and Physical Sciences.
Appropriate for courses on probability and statistics for
engineering,computer science and the physical sciences.
Emphasis on estimation theory and hypothesis testing.
62655-6 Hall/Porsching: Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential
Equations
Numerical solution of partial differential equations
from a mathematician's perspective.
844093-X Larsen/Marx: Statistics
Appropriate for an algebra-based statistics course.
Framework of data identification with case studies.
03326-6 Lay: Analysis with an Introduction to Proof, 2e.
Appropriate for one term courses in analysis and advanced
calculus. Revision features expansion of material on
topology of the reals. New optional material on metric
spaces as wellas metric spaces and continuity.
02361-4 McHugh: Algorithmic Graph Theory
This book covers graph algorithms,pure graph theory and
applications of graph theory to computer systems.
51987-6 Mezei: Practical Spreadsheet Statistics and Curve Fitting
for Scientists and Engineers.
This book describes techniques for using spreadsheets
for data reduction or for statistical analysis. Appro-
priate for Jr/Sr course for engineers and scientists.
71276-0 Miller/Freund/Johnson: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers, 4e.
Appropriate for proability and statistics courses for
engineers.
71169-7 Papoulis: Probability and Statistics
Appropriate for introductory undergraduate courses in
probability and statistics for students in engineering,
math,the physical sciences and computer science
Backlist Titles
LINEAR ALGEBRA (Selected)
25826-9 Edwards/Penney: Elementary Linear Algebra
53710-0 Friedberg/Insel/Spence: Linear Algebra, 2e
48598-7 Friedberg/Insel: Introduction to Linear Algebra with
Applications.
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56556-4 Groetsch/King: Matrix Method and Applications
04129-3 Hager: Applied Numerical Linear Algebra
53679-7 Hoffman/Kunze: Linear Algebra, 2e.
04126-9 Noble/Daniel: Applied Linear Algebra, 3e
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (Selected)
21153-2 Borrelli/Coleman: Differential Equations: A Modeling
Approach.
25404-5 Edwards/Penney: Elementary Differential Equations with
Applications, 2e.
25406-0 Edwards/Penney: Elementary Differential Equations with
Boundary Value Problems, 2e.
21155-7 Lomen/Mark: Differential Equations.
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63978-1 Lomen/Mark: Ordinary Differential Equations with
Linear Algebra.
48100-2 Miller: Introduction to Differential Equations.
48098-8 Williamson/Trotter: Introduction to Diffential Equations.
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS (Selected)
21600-2 Kolman/Busby: Discrete Mathematical Structures for
Computer Science, 2e.
50079-3 Kolman/Busby: Introductory Discrete Structures with
Applications.
21542-6 Ross/Wright: Discrete Mathematics, 2e.
ADVANCED MATHEMATICS (Selected)
00098-4 Bloch: Abstract Algebra with Applications
01050-4 Greenberg: Advance Engineering Mathematics.
65133-1 Guenther/Lee: Partial Differential Equations of
Mathematical Physics and Integral Equations.
25287-4 Haberman: Elementary Applied Partial Differential
Equations with Fourier Series and Boundary
Value Problems, 2e.
01118-9 Hildebrand; Advanced Calculus for Applications, 2e.
25750-1 Long: Introduction to Number Theory
62665-5 Mathews: Numerical Mthods for Computer Science,
Engineering and Mathematics.
76238-5 Ray: Real Analysis.
33214-8 Saff/Snyder: Fundamentals of Complex Analysis for
Mathematics, Science and Engineering.
ADVANCED STATISTICS (Selected)
84478-7 Barnes: Statistical Analysis for Engineers:
A Computer-Based Approach.
56207-4 Freund/Walpole: Mathematical Statistics, 4e.
04114-5 Johnson/Wicher: Applied Multivariate Statistical
Analysis, 2e.
48717-3 Larsen/Marx: Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
and Its Applications, 2e.
49345-2 Larsen/Marx: Introduction to Probability and Its
Applications
84617-0 Remington/Schork: Statistics with Applications to the
Biological and Health Sciences, 2e.
04150-9 Shumway: Applied Statistical Time Series Analysis.
07792-5 Zar: Biostatistical Analysis, 2e.