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Strobach, Peter 
Linear Prediction Theory 
I01472 
1990 
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Turner, A.K 
ThreeDimensional Modeling with Geoscientific Information Systems 
I01460 
1992 
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43 
Lieb, Elliott H 
The Stability of Matter: From Atoms to Stars 
I01250 
1997 
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Title  Linear Prediction Theory : A Mathematical Basis for Adaptive Systems 
Author(s)  Strobach, Peter 
Publication  Berlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1990. 
Description  XVI, 422 p : online resource 
Abstract Note  Lnear prediction theory and the related algorithms have matured to the point where they now form an integral part of many realworld adaptive systems. When it is necessary to extract information from a random process, we are frequently faced with the problem of analyzing and solving special systems of linear equations. In the general case these systems are overdetermined and may be characterized by additional properties, such as update and shiftinvariance properties. Usually, one employs exact or approximate leastsquares methods to solve the resulting class of linear equations. Mainly during the last decade, researchers in various fields have contributed techniques and nomenclature for this type of leastsquares problem. This body of methods now constitutes what we call the theory of linear prediction. The immense interest that it has aroused clearly emerges from recent advances in processor technology, which provide the means to implement linear prediction algorithms, and to operate them in real time. The practical effect is the occurrence of a new class of highperformance adaptive systems for control, communications and system identification applications. This monograph presumes a background in discretetime digital signal processing, including Ztransforms, and a basic knowledge of discretetime random processes. One of the difficulties I have en?? countered while writing this book is that many engineers and computer scientists lack knowledge of fundamental mathematics and geometry 
ISBN,Price  9783642752063 
Keyword(s)  1. APPLIED MATHEMATICS
2. CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS
3. Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control; Optimization
4. COMBINATORICS
5. EBOOK
6. EBOOK  SPRINGER
7. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
8. Mathematical and Computational Engineering
9. Mathematical Methods in Physics
10. Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation
11. PHYSICS
12. SYSTEM THEORY
13. Systems Theory, Control

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Title  ThreeDimensional Modeling with Geoscientific Information Systems 
Author(s)  Turner, A.K 
Publication  Dordrecht, Springer Netherlands, 1992. 
Description  XX, 443 p : online resource 
Abstract Note  A. K. TURNER Department of Geology and Geological Engineering Colorado School of Mines Golden, Colorado 80401 USA Geology deals with threedimensional data. Geoscientists are concerned with three?? dimensional spatial observations, measurements, and explanations of a great variety of phenomena. The representation of threedimensional data has always been a problem. Prior to computers, graphical displays involved specialized maps, crosssections, fence diagrams, and geometrical constructions such as stereonets. All were designed to portray threedimensional relationships on twodimensional paper products, and all were time?? consuming to develop. Until recently, computers were of little assistance to threedimensional data handling and representation problems. Memory was too expensive to handle the huge amounts of data required by threedimensional assessments; computational speeds were too slow to perform the necessary calculations within a reasonable time; and graphical displays had too Iowa resolution or were much too expensive to produce useful visualizations. Much experience was gained with twodimensional geographic information systems (GIS), which were applied to many landuse management and resource assessment problems. The twodimensional GIS field matured rapidly in the late 1980's and became widely accepted. The advent of the modern computer workstation, with its enhanced memory and graphical capabilities at ever more affordable prices, has largely overcome these earlier constraints 
ISBN,Price  9789401125567 
Keyword(s)  1. EBOOK
2. EBOOK  SPRINGER
3. Geology???Statistical methods
4. GEOPHYSICS
5. Geophysics/Geodesy
6. Quantitative Geology
7. SYSTEM THEORY
8. Systems Theory, Control

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Title  The Stability of Matter: From Atoms to Stars : Selecta of Elliot H. Lieb 
Author(s)  Lieb, Elliott H;Thirring, Walter 
Publication  Berlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1997. 
Description  XI, 676 p : online resource 
Abstract Note  The first edition of "The Stability of Matter: From Atoms to Stars" was sold out after a time unusually short for a selecta collection and we thought it ap?? propriate not just to make a reprinting but to include eight new contributionso They demonstrate that this field is still lively and keeps revealing unexpected featureso Of course, we restricted ourselves to developments in which Elliott Lieb participated and thus the heroic struggle in ThomasFermi theory where 7 3 5 3 the accuracy has been pushed from Z 1 to Z 1 is not includedo A rich landscape opened up after Jakob Yngvason's observation that atoms in magnetic fields also are described in suitable limits by a ThomasFermitype theoryo Together with Elliott Lieb and Jan Philip Solovej it was eventually worked out that one has to distinguish 5 regionso If one takes as a dimensionless measure of the magnetic field strength B the ratio Larmor radius/Bohr radius one can compare it with N "' Z and for each of the domains 4 3 (i) B ?? N 1 , 4 3 (ii) B "' N 1 , 4 3 3 (iii) N 1?? B ?? N , 3 (iv) B "' N , 3 (v) B ?? N a different version ofmagnetic ThomasFermi theory becomes exact in the limit N + ooo In two dimensions and a confining potential ("quantum dots") the situation is somewhat simpler, one has to distinguish only (i) B ?? N, (ii) B "'N 
ISBN,Price  9783662034361 
Keyword(s)  1. ANALYSIS
2. Analysis (Mathematics)
3. CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS
4. Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control; Optimization
5. CONDENSED MATTER
6. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS
7. EBOOK
8. EBOOK  SPRINGER
9. MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS
10. QUANTUM COMPUTERS
11. Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics
12. QUANTUM PHYSICS
13. SPINTRONICS
14. SYSTEM THEORY
15. Systems Theory, Control

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