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Control Systems is an inter-disciplinary engineering text that analyzes the effects and interactions of mathematical systems. This book is for third and fourth year undergraduates in an engineering program.
Spice up your life with the Cookbook, which has all kinds of recipes, plus information about nutrition, ingredients, cuisines, special diets, and more!
Engineering Acoustics is the study of the generation and manipulation of sound waves, from an engineering perspective. Requires knowledge of Calculus and Ordinary Differential Equations .
From Rome to the present day, European History is a sweeping textbook of the continent's history placed in its proper context. Designed for AP European History students.
The Guitar is a stringed musical instrument that is played in many different styles of Western music. This book provides lessons on playing styles and techniques.
Haskell is a lazy functional programming language with a state of the art type system. This tutorial aims to be friendly enough for new programmers, yet deep enough to challenge the most experienced. Come stretch your mind with us!
High School Mathematics Extensions is aimed at, but not limited to, 14 to 18 year olds who are interested in mathematics in general. Several interesting topics not covered in the standard high school curriculum are introduced in this text.
A desktop PC is a complicated piece of electrical equipment, and constructing one from parts is no small feat. Learn How To Assemble A Desktop PC with this informative wikibook.
Human Physiology explains, system by system, the workings of your body. It is intended as an understandable undergraduate-level guide to how the body systems function at a cellular level and how they work together to maintain a favorable environment for your cells. You and your class are invited to use and improve this book!
Introduction to Paleoanthropology covers the various species and subspecies that gave rise to human beings.