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- 3D scientific visualization with Blender®
- A handbook of mathematical methods and problem-solving tools for introductory physics
- A physicist's guide to Mathematica
- An introduction to stochastic processes in physics : containing "On the theory of Brownian motion" by Paul Langevin, translated by Anthony Gythiel
- Analysis and mathematical physics
- Analysis of heat equations on domains
- Composite materials : mathematical theory and exact relations
- Computational approaches in physics
- Computational flexible multibody dynamics : a differential-algebraic approach
- Econophysics : background and applications in economics, finance, and sociophysics
- Excel® VBA for physicists : a primer
- Fishing for buffalo : a guide to the pursuit and cuisine of carp, suckers, eelpout, gar, and other rough fish
- Geometric methods in physics : XXX Workshop, Białowieża, Poland, June 26 to July 2, 2011
- Hyberbolic [i.e. Hyperbolic] conservation laws in continuum physics
- Hyperbolic conservation laws in continuum physics
- In and out of equilibrium 2
- Infinite dimensional algebras and quantum integrable systems
- Interacting particle systems
- Introduction to the mathematical physics of nonlinear waves
- Mathematics for physics : a guided tour for graduate students
- Methods of spectral analysis in mathematical physics : conference on Operator Theory, Analysis and Mathematical Physics (OTAMP) 2006, Lund, Sweden
- Modelling physics with Microsoft Excel®
- Mrs. Perkins's electric quilt : and other intriguing stories of mathematical physics
- Multilevel block factorization preconditioners : matrix-based analysis and algorithms for solving finite element equations
- Nonequilibrium many-body theory of quantum systems : a modern introduction
- Number-crunching : taming unruly computational problems from mathematical physics to science
- Programming F♯ 3.0
- SMath for physics : a primer
- Szegő's theorem and its descendants : spectral theory for L2 perturbations of orthogonal polynomials
- The Weyl Operator and its generalization
- The geometry and dynamics of magnetic monopoles
- The theory of the top, Volume III, Perturbations. Astronomical and geophysical applications
- Topics in physical mathematics
- Wave scattering by time-dependent perturbations : an introduction

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