



Einstein, Physics and Reality
Albert Einstein was one of the principal founders of the quantum and relativity theories. Until 1925, when the BoseEinstein statistics was discovered, he made great contributions to the foundations of quantum theory. However, after the discovery of quantum mechanics by Heisenberg and wave mechanics by Schrodinger, with the consequent...   Mathematics and Computation in Imaging Science and Information Processing
Rapid advances in communication, sensing and computational power have led to an explosion of data. The usefulness of this resource for human knowledge is determined by its accessibility and portability, which present fresh challenges to existing techniques in terms of transmission, storage, querying, display and numerical manipulation. As a...   Probability and Schrodinger's Mechanics
The presentation and interpretation of (nonrelativistic) quantum mechanics is a very wellworked area of study; there have to be very good reasons for adding to the literature on this subject.
My reasons are (obviously) that I am far from satisfied with much of the published work and find difficulties with some points, in... 



  The Practical BioinformaticianComputer scientists have increasingly been enlisted as "bioinformaticians" to assist molecular biologists in their research. This book is a practical introduction to bioinformatics for these computer scientists. The chapters are indepth discussions by expert bioinformaticians on both general techniques and specific approaches to a range...   Problems & Solutions In Scientific Computing With C++ And Java SimulationsScientific computing is a collection of tools, techniques and theories required to develop and solve mathematical models in science and engineering on a computer. The purpose of this book is to supply a collection of problems together with their detailed solution which will prove to be valuable to students as well as to research workers in the... 


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