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Game Theory: An Introduction
20 August 2013

Game Theory: An Introduction
Game Theory: An Introduction by E. N. Barron
English | 2013 | ISBN: 1118216938 | 574 pages | PDF | 4,3 MB


An exciting new edition of the popular introduction to game theory and its applications
The thoroughly expanded Second Edition presents a unique, hands-on approach to game theory. While most books on the subject are too abstract or too basic for mathematicians, Game Theory: An Introduction, Second Edition offers a blend of theory and applications, allowing readers to use theory and software to create and analyze real-world decision-making models.

Introduction to the Theory of Relativity
12 August 2011

Introduction to the Theory of Relativity
Introduction to the Theory of Relativity
English | PDF | 307 pages | 88.92 MB

Comprehensive coverage of the special theory (frames of reference, Lorentz transformation, relativistic mechanics of mass points, more), the general theory (principle of equivalence, Riemann-Christoffel curvature tensor, more) and the unified theory (Weyl's gauge-invariant geometry, Kaluza's five-dimensional theory and projective field theories, more.) Foreword by Albert Einstein.
Graph Theory and Complex Networks: An Introduction
8 November 2013

Graph Theory and Complex Networks: An Introduction

Maarten van Steen, "Graph Theory and Complex Networks: An Introduction"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 9081540610 | 300 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Maarten van Steen is full professor at the Computer Science department of VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He mainly teaches in the field of distributed systems, computer networks, and operating systems. Together with Andrew Tanenbaum he has co-authored a well-known textbook on distributed systems.
Introduction to the Theory of Computation
3 May 2011

Introduction to the Theory of Computation

Introduction to the Theory of Computation

1997 | 396 | ISBN: 053494728X | DJVU | 4 Mb

"Intended as an upper-level undergraduate or introductory graduate text in computer science theory," this book lucidly covers the key concepts and theorems of the theory of computation. The presentation is remarkably clear; for example, the "proof idea," which offers the reader an intuitive feel for how the proof was constructed, accompanies many of the theorems and a proof. Introduction to the Theory of Computation covers the usual topics for this type of text plus it features a solid section on complexity theory--including an entire chapter on space complexity. The final chapter introduces more advanced topics, such as the discussion of complexity classes associated with probabilistic algorithms. ...
Introduction to Quantum Theory
19 December 2011

Introduction to Quantum Theory

Introduction to Quantum Theory - 1 MB
182 pages | English

Providing a deeper understanding of the microscopic world through quantum theory, this supplementary text is ideal for undergraduate and graduate students in quantum theory and quantum optics. It contains physical, rather than formal, explanations; mathematical formalism is kept to a minimum; and theoretical discussions are combined with experimental results.
Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, "Photons et atomes: Introduction a lelectrodynamique quantique"
3 April 2013


Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, "Photons et atomes: Introduction a lelectrodynamique quantique"

Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, "Photons et atomes: Introduction a lelectrodynamique quantique"
Publisher: EDP Sciences | 1987 | ISBN: 286883535X | French | PDF | 490 pages | 17.47 Mb
Introduction To Graph Theory2nd Edition
12 June 2010

Introduction to Graph Theory,2nd Edition
Introduction to Graph Theory,2nd Edition
Prentice Hall | 2000 | ISBN: 0130144002, 8178088304 | 589 pages | Djvu | 7 MB

This book fills a need for a thorough introduction to graph theory that features both the understanding and writing of proofs about graphs. Verification that algorithms work is emphasized more than their complexity. An effective use of examples, and huge number of interesting exercises, demonstrate the topics of trees and distance, matchings and factors, connectivity and paths, graph coloring, edges and cycles, and planar graphs. For those who need to learn to make coherent arguments in the fields of mathematics and computer science.
Leonard Cohen - Mojo Presents...An Introduction To (2003)
10 October 2014

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Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title Of Album: Mojo Presents...An Introduction To
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Sony
Genre: Pop/Folk
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:44:05
Total Size: 249 MB
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Anarchism: From Theory to Practice (Daniel Guerin)
5 June 2013

Anarchism: From Theory to Practice (Daniel Guerin)
Anarchism: From Theory to Practice (Daniel Guerin)
Monthly Review Press | 1970 | ISBN: 0853451753 9780853451754 | 94 pages | PDF | 11 MB

This book is the summary of the writings of early anarchist political theory. This book is an attempt at defining anarchism and describing a few attempts at anarchist organization of production in the first half of the 20th century. The principal founding theorists of anarchism are the Frenchman Proudhon and the Russian Bakunin, both of whom lived in the mid-19th century.
Complexity Theory and Cryptology: An Introduction to Cryptocomplexity
25 August 2010

Complexity Theory and Cryptology: An Introduction to Cryptocomplexity


Complexity Theory and Cryptology: An Introduction to Cryptocomplexity


Publisher: Springer | Pages: 400 | 2005-09-01 | ISBN 3540221476 | PDF | 14 MB



Modern cryptology increasingly employs mathematically rigorous concepts and methods from complexity theory. Conversely, current research topics in complexity theory are often motivated by questions and problems from cryptology. This book takes account of this situation, and therefore its subject is what may be dubbed "cryptocomplexity'', a kind of symbiosis of these two areas. This book is written for undergraduate and graduate students of computer science, mathematics, and engineering, and can be used for courses on complexity theory and cryptology, preferably by stressing their interrelation.