Reviews in Functional Analysis, 1980-86

As Printed in Mathematical Reviews

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Publisher: Amer Mathematical Society

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Category: Mathematics

Page: 2461

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These four volumes contain the almost 12,000 reviews appearing in Mathematical Reviews under primary or secondary subject classification 46, Functional Analysis, between 1980 and 1986.

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Contemporary Instrumental Analysis

Author: Kenneth A. Rubinson,Judith F. Rubinson

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780137907267

Category: Science

Page: 840

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This book provides a rigorous -- yet readable -- introduction to contemporary instrumental methods of chemical analysis. It features a large number of examples of real-world applications from current journals -- showing how the principles and practices of analytical chemistry are used to produce answers to questions in all areas of scientific study and practice. KEY TOPICS: Discusses the chemistry that enhances or limits the various methods' applications and operation. Considers issues involved in sampling and sample preparation. Covers electronics and noise; electrochemical methods; spectrometry; atomic spectrometry for elemental analysis; vibrational spectrometries (infrared and Raman); nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry; mass spectrometry; chromatography and separations; liquid chromatography; gas chromatography; electroseparations; digital signal acquisition and signal treatment; and kinetic methods. Provides numerous worked examples. For anyone interested in contemporary instrument analysis.

Modern Raman Spectroscopy

A Practical Approach

Author: Ewen Smith,Geoffrey Dent

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118681320

Category: Science

Page: 208

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This book reflects the dramatic increase in the number of Raman spectrometers being sold to and used by non-expert practitioners. It contains coverage of Resonance Raman and SERS, two hot areas of Raman, in a form suitable for the non-expert. Builds Raman theory up in stages without overloading the reader with complex theory Includes two chapters on instrumentation and interpretation that shows how Raman spectra can be obtained and interpreted Explains the potential of using Raman spectroscopy in a wide variety of applications Includes detailed, but concise information and worked examples

Modelling and Applications in Mathematics Education

The 14th ICMI Study

Author: Peter L. Galbraith,Hans-Wolfgang Henn,Mogens Niss

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387298221

Category: Education

Page: 524

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The book aims at showing the state-of-the-art in the field of modeling and applications in mathematics education. This is the first volume to do this. The book deals with the question of how key competencies of applications and modeling at the heart of mathematical literacy may be developed; with the roles that applications and modeling may play in mathematics teaching, making mathematics more relevant for students.

Topology and Groupoids

Author: Ronald Brown

Publisher: Booksurge Llc

ISBN: 9781419627224

Category: Mathematics

Page: 512

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Annotation. The book is intended as a text for a two-semester course in topology and algebraic topology at the advanced undergraduate orbeginning graduate level. There are over 500 exercises, 114 figures, numerous diagrams. The general direction of the book is towardhomotopy theory with a geometric point of view. This book would providea more than adequate background for a standard algebraic topology coursethat begins with homology theory. For more information seewww.bangor.ac.uk/r.brown/topgpds.htmlThis version dated April 19, 2006, has a number of corrections made.

Applied Chemometrics for Scientists

Author: Richard G. Brereton

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470057777

Category: Science

Page: 396

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The book introduces most of the basic tools of chemometrics including experimental design, signal analysis, statistical methods for analytical chemistry and multivariate methods. It then discusses a number of important applications including food chemistry, biological pattern recognition, reaction monitoring, optimisation of processes, medical applications. The book arises from a series of short articles that have been developed over four years on Chemweb (www.chemweb.com).

Mathematisation and Demathematisation

Social, Philosophical and Educational Ramifications

Author: Uwe Gellert,Eva Jablonka

Publisher: Sense Pub

ISBN: 9789087900120

Category: Education

Page: 207

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Scholars from the diverse strands of research have contributed their perspectives on mathematisation, a process that renders social, economical or political relationships increasingly formal. At the same time, mathematical skills lose their importance because a diversity of technological tools replace them; a process of demathematisation takes place. The authors discuss the concomitant educational issues from social, political or philosophical perspectives. Scholars and students interested in mathematics education and related disciplines will find this volume to contain a valuable collection.

Nanomedicine

Author: R.A. Freitas

Publisher: S. Karger AG (Switzerland)

ISBN: 9783805577229

Category: Medical

Page: 348

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The safety, effectiveness, and utility of medical nanorobotic devices will critically depend upon their biocompatibility with human organs, tissues, cells, and biochemical systems. In this second volume of the Nanomedicine technical book series, the definition of nanomedical biocompatibility is broadened to include all of the mechanical, physiological, immunological, cytological, and biochemical responses of the human body to the introduction of artificial medical nanodevices, whether 'particulate (large doses of independent micron-sized individual nanorobots) or 'bulk (nanorobotic organs assembled either as solid objects or built up from trillions of smaller artificial cells or docked nanorobots inside the body) in form. The primary intended audience of this volume is biomedical engineers, biocompatibility engineers, medical systems engineers, research physiologists, clinical laboratory analysts and other technical and professional people interested in the future of medical technology.