BETA Mathematics Handbook is a comprehensive, accessible reference compilation of all basic facts and information for pure and applied mathematics, probability and statistics, and numerical analysis and basic applications. It offers a unique blend of classical areas of mathematics such as algebra, geometry, and analysis with new, modern topics. As a result, the book is up to date with all the latest math information used frequently in science and engineering. Modern topics covered include:Discrete math, including graph theory
Analytic geometry in space
Transforms, including FFT and dynamical systems (filters)
Optimization, including dynamic optimization
Modern probability, including stochastic processes, simulation, and queuing systems
Each topic is given its own section for a more logical presentation and easier reference. For example, one variable and multivariable calculus appear in separate chapters. Separate chapters are devoted to vector analysis, probability, and statistics as well.
The book also makes extensive use of summary charts, grids, and tables to succinctly convey information. These include:Methods of proof
Survey of algebraic structures
Summary of integral calculus functions
Summary of methods of deriving Taylor series
Summary table of power series expansions
Differential geometry by concepts summary
Summary chart of special Fourier series
Special conformal mappings grid
The wealth of special features and unique format make BETA Mathematics Handbook, Second Edition an essential reference for all students and professionals working in mathematics, science, engineering, and technology disciplines.