Mathematics in Signal Processing IV: Based on the Proceedings of a Conference on Mathematics in Signal Process
Based on the proceedings of a conference on mathematics in signal processing, organized by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications held at the University of Warwick in December 1996.
Linear Algebra (Oxford Science Publications)
Linear Algebra provides a valuable introduction to the basic theory of matrices and vector spaces. Rigorous without being unnecessarily abstract, the text will be important reading for all students in mathematics and related fields.
Characters of Finite Coxeter Groups and Iwahori-Hecke Algebras (London Mathematical Society Monographs, New Se
Geck (U. Claude Bernard Lyon I, France) and Pfeiffer (mathematics, National U. of Ireland, Galway) develop a substantial part of the theory of conjugacy classes and irreducible characters, both for finite Coxeter groups and for the assoc
Algebraic Projective Geometry (Oxford Classic Texts in the Physical Sciences)
Symmetric Functions and Hall Polynomials (Oxford Mathematical Monographs)
Reviewed by Timothy Y Chow, (Cambridge, Massachusetts USA)
This is *the* reference for symmetric functions and related topics. The second edition is greatly expanded, including (among other things) valuable material on Macdonald polynomials (though the author modestly does not refer to them by th
Special Functions: A Unified Theory Based on Singularities (Oxford Mathematical Monographs)
Slavyanov (St. Petersburg State U.) and Lay (U. Stuttgart) present a new theory of special functions as a field of knowledge lying at the intersection of mathematics, physics, and computer science. Chapters discuss linear second-order OD
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