The Routledge Companion to Remix Studies

human creativity,19 he says, and it is in this act of cognitive modification that the
new polymath's agency resides. This is symptomatic of the more general
cognitive environment in which the new polymath operates—networked
knowledge.

Author: Eduardo Navas

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134748747

Category: Social Science

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The Routledge Companion to Remix Studies comprises contemporary texts by key authors and artists who are active in the emerging field of remix studies. As an organic international movement, remix culture originated in the popular music culture of the 1970s, and has since grown into a rich cultural activity encompassing numerous forms of media. The act of recombining pre-existing material brings up pressing questions of authenticity, reception, authorship, copyright, and the techno-politics of media activism. This book approaches remix studies from various angles, including sections on history, aesthetics, ethics, politics, and practice, and presents theoretical chapters alongside case studies of remix projects. The Routledge Companion to Remix Studies is a valuable resource for both researchers and remix practitioners, as well as a teaching tool for instructors using remix practices in the classroom.
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Polymath Master Multiple Disciplines Learn New Skills Think Flexibly and Become Extraordinary Autodidact

It goes a little further than future-proofing your career—a real polymath designs
their own career. They don't have to worry about being left behind in dying
industries; they're the ones at the vanguard, growing the new industries in the first
place ...

Author: Peter Hollins

Publisher: PKCS Media

ISBN: PKEY:6610000257508

Category: Education

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Expertise pays; polymathy pays exponentially. Build a world-class skillset that will make you unique and irreplaceable. Polymath: a person of wide knowledge and learning. The art of becoming a polymath is really about maximizing your opportunities in life. Don’t be the person with the hammer - be the person with an entire woodshop at their disposal. Learn to think outside the box and adopt a flexible mindset. Become multi-faceted. Polymath shows you how to be a singular entity, like Benjamin Franklin, Leonardo da Vinci, and Thomas Young. No, you won’t achieve what they achieved, but you will understand the skills, habits, and techniques to master multiple realms of knowledge and skills. Almost every famous genius you know is a polymath. This book will trace their journeys and change the way you look at learning. Jack of all trades, master of none? No such thing. A complete learning framework, from novice to expert, in any skill or discipline. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. Become a modern day Renaissance man/woman; broaden your horizons. •Learn why you should become a pi-shaped polymath. •The primary traits you need to foster genius. •A 10-step process of learning a new topic or skill from A to Z. •How to choose and select your unique set of skills. •How to create your “second brain” on paper. •Examples from every era of mankind. Learn new perspectives, understand people better, and gain confidence to break your comfort zone. Polymathy is the most important skill for your career, hands down. It makes you one-of-a-kind. Become the most unique person you know. Create new routines and habits. Upgrade your life circumstances and see how mentally tough flexible thinking makes you. It boils down to this one question: are you content with your life circumstances? No? Then embrace the polymath mindset.
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The Polymath

This kind of opportunity for polymaths comes only once, since the second
generation is trained in the new discipline and so reinforces specialization. A few
polymaths have christened new disciplines, successful or unsuccessful. Auguste
 ...

Author: Peter Burke

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300250022

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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The first history of the western polymath, from the fifteenth century to the present day From Leonardo Da Vinci to John Dee and Comenius, from George Eliot to Oliver Sacks and Susan Sontag, polymaths have moved the frontiers of knowledge in countless ways. But history can be unkind to scholars with such encyclopaedic interests. All too often these individuals are remembered for just one part of their valuable achievements. In this engaging, erudite account, renowned cultural historian Peter Burke argues for a more rounded view. Identifying 500 western polymaths, Burke explores their wide-ranging successes and shows how their rise matched a rapid growth of knowledge in the age of the invention of printing, the discovery of the New World and the Scientific Revolution. It is only more recently that the further acceleration of knowledge has led to increased specialisation and to an environment that is less supportive of wide-ranging scholars and scientists. Spanning the Renaissance to the present day, Burke changes our understanding of this remarkable intellectual species.
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The Polymath

For the polymath, age truly is just a number. The idea of a serial career change is
certainly not new. In the nineteenth century, William Pember Reeves, from the
first generation of whites born and educated in New Zealand, started off as an ...

Author: Waqas Ahmed

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 9781119508489

Category: Business & Economics

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Every human is born with multifarious potential. Why, then, do parents, schools and employers insist that we restrict our many talents and interests; that we 'specialise' in just one? We've been sold a myth, that to 'specialise' is the only way to pursue truth, identity, or even a livelihood. Yet specialisation is nothing but an outdated system that fosters ignorance, exploitation and disillusionment and thwarts creativity, opportunity and progress. Following a series of exchanges with the world’s greatest historians, futurists, philosophers and scientists, Waqas Ahmed has weaved together a narrative of history and a vision for the future that seeks to disrupt this prevailing system of unwarranted ‘hyper-specialisation.’ In The Polymath, Waqas shows us that there is another way of thinking and being. Through an approach that is both philosophical and practical, he sets out a cognitive journey towards reclaiming your innate polymathic state. Going further, he proposes nothing less than a cultural revolution in our education and professional structures, whereby everyone is encouraged to express themselves in multiple ways and fulfil their many-sided potential. Not only does this enhance individual fulfilment, but in doing so, facilitates a conscious and creative society that is both highly motivated and well equipped to address the complexity of 21st century challenges.
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Varro varius

Yet the greatest scholar of Rome has rarely enjoyed the attention he deserves from the modern world: although the fragmentary state of much of his corpus presents serious obstacles to enquiry, the extant material provides a rich and ...

Author: D.J. Butterfield

Publisher: Cambridge Philological Society

ISBN: 9781913701000

Category: Literary Criticism

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Rome produced no man more erudite, eclectic, and energetic than Marcus Terentius Varro (116-24 BC). Over a long and busy life, set against the backdrop of near-constant social and political upheaval, Varro studied and codified almost every conceivable topic for intellectual enquiry. His vast output – of at least seventy works in over 600 books – is breathtaking in its range and ambition: antiquity (in all its aspects), language, literary history, theology, philosophy, sociology, agriculture, geography, music, mathematics – to say nothing of his own poetic and satirical writings. In many of these fields Varro redefined the terms of study for the Roman world (and beyond); in some he founded a scholarly discipline and tradition without any precedent. Yet the greatest scholar of Rome has rarely enjoyed the attention he deserves from the modern world: although the fragmentary state of much of his corpus presents serious obstacles to enquiry, the extant material provides a rich and unparalleled insight into Roman scholarship of the first century BC. This volume of new essays on Varro seeks to analyze this multifaceted polymath from several angles, not only revisiting his better known writings and the problems they raise but also reconstructing his intellectual activity and its influence on the basis of insufficiently examined evidence.
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Polymath of the Baroque

Handel returned to Dusseldorf in mid-June i7u, en route for Hanover, where he
spent most of the next fifteen months (until October i7i2): Steffani was in Hanover
on i2 June but in Diisseldorf on the I7th; he was also in Hanover in November ...

Author: Colin Timms

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0195348273

Category: Music

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This is the first book to consider all aspects of the life of Agostino Steffani (1654-1728), a composer, diplomat, and bishop. A remarkable figure of the late 17th and early 18th century Europe, Steffani began his career as a composer, musician, and courtier, but his accomplishments brought him high-level positions in the courts of Germany and the Catholic Church. Throughout his diplomatic and ecclesiatical career, Steffani continued to compose chamber music, vocal chamber music, operas, and sacred music--works which inspired Handel and other Baroque composers.
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The New Technology Elite

She encouraged me to write the book. I would have waited a few more years after
The New Polymath. She calmly helped me navigate the ups and downs common
in such an undertaking. She is the unheralded Chief Organizer of the event.

Author: Vinnie Mirchandani

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118103135

Category: Business & Economics

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How-to guidance for optimizing incumbent technologies to deliver a better product and gain competitive advantage Their zip codes are far from Silicon Valley. Their SIC codes show retail, automobile or banking. But industry after industry is waking up to the opportunity of "smart" products and services for their increasingly tech-savvy customers. Traditionally technology buyers, they are learning to embed technology in their products and become technology vendors. In turn, if you analyze Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and eBay, you marvel at their data centers, retail stores, application ecosystems, global supply chains, design shops. They are considered "consumer" tech but have better technology at larger scale than most enterprises. The old delineation of technology buyer and vendor is obsolete. There is a new definition for the technology elite - and you find them across industries and geographies. The 17 case studies and 4 guest columns spread through The New Technology Elite bring out the elite attributes in detail. Every organization will increasingly be benchmarked against these elite - and soon will be competing against them. Contrasts the productivity that Apple, Google and others have demonstrated in the last decade to that of the average enterprise technology group Reveals how to leverage what companies have learned from Google, Apple, Amazon.com, and Facebook to your company's advantage Designed for business practitioners, CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, technology vendors, venture capitalists, IT consultants, marketing executives, and policy makers Other titles by Vinnie Mirchandani: The New Polymath: Profiles in Compound-Technology Innovations If you're looking to encourage technology innovation, look no further. The New Technology Elite provides the building blocks your company needs to become innovative through incumbent technologies.
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Polymath

Colonising a new planet requires much more than just settling on a newly discovered island of Old Earth.

Author: Samar Dana

Publisher: dahafs ldedg

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Colonising a new planet requires much more than just settling on a newly discovered island of Old Earth. New planets were different in thousands of ways, different from Earth and from each other. Any of those differences could mean death and disaster to a human settlement. When a ship filled with refugees from a cosmic catastrophe crash-landed on such an unmapped world, their outlook was precarious. Their ship was lost, salvage had been minor, and everything came to depend on one bright young man accidentally among them. He was a trainee planet-builder. It would have been his job to foresee all the problems necessary to set up a safe home for humanity. But the problem was that he was a mere student - and he had been studying the wrong planet. (First published 1974)
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Tax Polymath A life in International Taxation

Enterprises are able to achieve a higher efficiency in the development of new
products, in production procedures, in the area of administration, finance and
control as well as in their contacts with customers. This may result in a reduction
of ...

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Publisher: IBFD

ISBN: 9789087221195

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Polymath

Having finished his chunk of synthesizer cake, he linked his hands around his
knees and rocked back and forth. “So they can't have had much time to plan their
landing. Putting down on barren ground on a new planet has a lot to be said for it,
 ...

Author: John Brunner

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780575101630

Category: Fiction

Page: 160

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Colonising a new planet requires much more than just settling on a newly discovered island of Old Earth. New planets were different in thousands of ways, different from Earth and from each other. Any of those differences could mean death and disaster to a human settlement. When a ship filled with refugees from a cosmic catastrophe crash-landed on such an unmapped world, their outlook was precarious. Their ship was lost, salvage had been minor, and everything came to depend on one bright young man accidentally among them. He was a trainee planet-builder. It would have been his job to foresee all the problems necessary to set up a safe home for humanity. But the problem was that he was a mere student - and he had been studying the wrong planet. (First published 1974)
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Jean Cras Polymath of Music and Letters

... was to record works by the post - romantic , quasi - impressionist ' Jean Cras (
Jean Qui ? , asked I ) , and he pointed me towards Cras ' piano works . This idea ,
it seemed , would ' kill two birds with one stone ' : provide the material for a new ...

Author: Paul-André Bempéchat

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 075460683X

Category: Music

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Jean Cras (1879-1932) was a remarkable man by anyone's measure. Twice a decorated hero of the Great War, this Rear-Admiral of the French navy, scientist, inventor, moral philosopher and war-hero, was also a highly esteemed composer during his lifetime, enjoying the same stature and level of recognition as Fauré, Debussy and Ravel. Since his death, however, both Cras and his music have been almost completely overlooked. In this, the first critical biography of Cras, Paul-Andre Bempechat situates the composer as a missing link between the French post-romantic generation of composers and the impressionists.
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ARISTARCHOS OF SAMOS THE POLYMATH

Evans' Theory In 1983, James Evans [1998:22) proposed that Aristarchos might
have measured the sun's distance by using the 'fact' that half moons occur slightly
closer to new means than to full moons. Specifically, he might have thought ...

Author: Alberto G. Gomez

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781481789509

Category: Mathematics

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Of all the giants on whose shoulders we stand, Aristarchos of Samos, the ancient Greek all-rounder, has proved to be especially tall: no one else (not even Einstein, to mention an iconic figure) has ever discovered anything (of like importance) that took so long to dawn on the rest of humanity. His achievement was extraordinary: with nothing more than the naked eye and the mind of a genius, he got to know the sun’s distance better than anyone else before, and he put the earth in motion around the sun for the first time in human awareness. The present book examines what history has spared of him and invites the reader to relive astronomy’s greatest moment.
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Ecoute et Repete Polymath Renaissance

Great parallel discoveries from history, no-one to witness or believe he had
experienced them for himself too. The process repeating in endless cycles of new
discovery and frustration. The pleasure synapses firing in compensation for the
dark ...

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Publisher: Advanced Computer Interface Designs

ISBN: 9780955213410

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A Polymath Anthropologist

Papua New Guinea national archaeological site code . 4 . The term upper Ramu
was first used for the stretch of the Ramu River near its watershed with the
Markham River , but in the 1920s it was recognised that the river rose in the
Eastern ...

Author: Ann Chowning

Publisher: Department of Anthropology University of Auckland

ISBN: UOM:39015063150091

Category: Anthropologists

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This volume honours Ann Chownings contributions to anthropology as a whole and to the anthropology of Melanesia in particular. It reflects the scope of her interests by bringing together a wide range of scholars and topics. A biographical narrative (by Judith Huntsman) of her life to date traces her career and there is a comprehensive bibliography of her works (Kathryn Creely). The essays deal primarily with issues in Oceania, except for two addressing one of her favourite pasttimes detective fiction, as a source of innovative word formation (Laurie Bauer) and its parallels to ethnography (Claudia Gross). Three archaeology essays discuss stone artefacts in Papua New Guinea (Pamela Swadling, Jim Specht, Susan Buhner), and one essay surveys dental morphology in Oceania (Daris R. Swindler). Essays in linguistics range from surveys of Oceanic plant names (Malcolm Ross), Proto Micronesian (Ward II. Goodcnough) and Proto Oceanic (Andrew Pawley) to detailed analyses of the languages of Tokelau (Robin Hooper) and Aneityum (John Lynch). The largest section consists of essays in socio-cultural anthropology, combining themes that have been the focus of Ann Chowning's work: marriage and social organisation, gender and sexuality, social and economic change, leadership, religion, myth and human-animal relations. These essays include a survey of anthropology in Oceania (Harriet D. and Andrew P. Lyons) and cover Polynesia (Phyllis Herda, Judith Huntsman, Penelope Schoeffel), New Zealand (Joan Metge, Julie Park), the Solomon Islands (Christine Dureau) and Papua New Guinea (John Barker, Mark Busse, Michael Monsell-Davis, Mark Mosko, Maev O'Collins, Marilyn Strathern). There are also essays recollecting Ann Chowning as a teacher, colleague and friend (Jane C. Goodale, Virginia Greene, Harriet D. Lyons, Luisa Margolies, James Urry, Michael W. Young).
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Al Suy a Polymath of the Maml k Period

Al-Suyūṭī, a polymath of the Mamlūk period offers new insights into the intellectual profile of al-Suyūṭī (d. 911/1505), a scholar who uniquely interpreted and represented the cultural trends and political tensions of the last ...

Author: Antonella Ghersetti

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004334526

Category: History

Page: 278

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Al-Suyūṭī, a polymath of the Mamlūk period offers new insights into the intellectual profile of al-Suyūṭī (d. 911/1505), a scholar who uniquely interpreted and represented the cultural trends and political tensions of the last stage of the Mamlūk period.
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On Top of the Cloud

The New Polymath: Profiles in CompoundTechnology Innovations. Hoboken, NJ:
John Wiley & Sons, 2010. Muller, Hunter. The Transformational CIO: Leadership
and Innovation Strategies for IT Executives in a Rapidly Changing World.

Author: Hunter Muller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118214435

Category: Computers

Page: 272

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Praise for ON TOP OF THE CLOUD "21st-century CIOs have a dual responsibility: driving down costs and creating new business value. Managing this seeming dichotomy is the domain of top business executives everywhere, and CIOs everywhere are learning to step it up. The original research contained in Hunter's book serves as a practical road map for IT strategy in today's ultra-competitive markets." —Randy Spratt, EVP, CIO, and CTO, McKesson Corporation "This is a thoughtfully written book, and the timing is perfect. Hunter really understands the challenges confronting transformational CIOs in today's markets, and he captures the choices they face as they work to create value for their organizations while driving down the costs of doing business in the modern world. The wealth of information contained in this book makes it truly valuable to career IT leaders and future CIOs alike." —Mark Polansky, Senior Client Partner and Managing Director, Information Technology Center of Expertise, Korn/Ferry International, North America "The cloud involves more than just technology. It's really more of a new business model. Hunter grasps the central truth about cloud computing, and that's why this is a valuable book. Hunter understands the issues and conveys them in a conversational tone that is truly refreshing." —Dave Smoley, SVP and CIO, Flextronics International "You may think this is a book about technology; well it's not. It's a book about leadership, packed with stories about real leaders finding new customers and markets, transforming the way their organizations work, and adding value—with the next generation of technology as the enabler. The cloud holds real potential. Read this book to see how top CIOs are positioning their companies." —Tony Leng, Managing Director, Diversified Search "Hunter has the unique ability to distill the best thinking of world-class CIOs into something you can act on. If you are a technology executive trying to find the right balance between generating business value and managing IT costs, this is the right book for you. On Top of the Cloud will be especially useful for transformational CIOs tasked with developing their company's strategies for technology-driven business growth." —Randy Krotowski, CIO, Global Upstream, Information Technology, Chevron Corporation
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DR BASTIAAN KIAUTA ODONATOLOGIST AND POLYMATH HIS LIFE WORKS AND UNIVERSE

This book, “Dr Bastiaan Kiauta: Odonatologist and Polymath – His Life, Works and Universe”, conveys a great lesson that nothing creditable can be accomplished without application and diligence.

Author: B.K. Tyagi

Publisher: Scientific Publishers

ISBN: 9789388043809

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 351

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Science provides an inexorable support to both the human and the nations' development. The great scientists have always provided inspiration by their findings, philosophy, and understanding of the world around us. They have inspired generations of young explorers, eager to learn more about the world and motivated toward betterment with constant efforts in the quest for knowledge. The life of Professor Dr B. Kiauta, Emeritus Professor of Invertebrate Cytogenetics and Cytotaxonomy, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, President of Societas Internationalis Odonatologica (SIO) and the Executive Editor of Odonatologica, is an open book of assiduous perseverance, focused application and great mentorship. There are indeed many examples of great scientists, or for that matter - odonatologists, in the history of science, but there are certainly absolutely inevitably very few who by their energetic character not only practically educate the budding researchers in habits of industry, but by the example of diligence and perseverance which they set before them, largely influence the scientific activity in all directions and contribute in a great degree to form the national character, or more precisely, the world order! This book, “Dr Bastiaan Kiauta: Odonatologist and Polymath – His Life, Works and Universe”, conveys a great lesson that nothing creditable can be accomplished without application and diligence.
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Hamilton Harty

An in-depth study of the life of Sir Hamilton Harty (1879-1941), pianist, composer and conductor of the Hallé Orchestra, who arguably made Manchester the most important focus for music in Britain in his day.

Author: Jeremy Dibble

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd

ISBN: 9781843838586

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Sir Hamilton Harty (1879-1941) is best known as the conductor of the Hall� Orchestra, who arguably made Manchester the most important focus for music in Britain in his day. This book chronicles and analyses Harty's illustrious career, from his establishment as London's premiere accompanist in 1901 to his years as a conductor between 1910 and 1933, first with the LSO and then with the Hall�, to his American tours of the 1930s. Tragically, Harty died from cancer in 1941 at the age of only 61. This book also looks at Harty's life as a composer of orchestral and chamber works and songs, notably before the First World War. Although Harty's music cleaved strongly to a late nineteenth-century musical language, he was profoundly influenced during his days in Ulster and Dublin by the Irish literary revival. A great exponent of Mozart and especially Berlioz, Harty was also a keen exponent of British music and an active supporter of American composers such as Gershwin. Harty's role in the exposition of standard and new repertoire and his relationship with contemporary composers and performers are also examined, against the perspective of other important major British conductors such as Sir Thomas Beecham, Malcolm Sargent and Sir Henry Wood. Additionally, the book analyses the debates Harty provoked on the subjects of women orchestral players, jazz, modernism, and the music of Berlioz. JEREMY DIBBLE is Professor of Music at Durham University and author of John Stainer: A Life in Music(The Boydell Press, 2007) and monographs on C. Hubert H. Parry, Charles Villiers Stanford and Michele Esposito.
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Reinventing Discovery

This is a unique and valuable book."--Victoria Stodden, Columbia University

Author: Michael Nielsen

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691160191

Category: Science

Page: 264

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A pioneer of quantum computing describes how the Internet and powerful new online tools are democratising and accelerating scientific discovery.
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Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH Excel and MATLAB

... which is Ts , is 729 . 17 K , which is in agreement with the POLYMATH solution
. a The POLYMATH and MATLAB ... The new estimate of the variable for the next
step is given by negative functional Carnahan et al . 11 tahun to be minimize Qx ...

Author: Michael B. Cutlip

Publisher: Prentice Hall International Se

ISBN: UCSD:31822034270306

Category: Computers

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Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH", Excel, and MATLAB , Second Edition, is a valuable resource and companion that integrates the use of numerical problem solving in the three most widely used software packages: POLYMATH, Microsoft Excel, and MATLAB. Recently developed POLYMATH capabilities allow the automatic creation of Excel spreadsheets and the generation of MATLAB code for problem solutions. Students and professional engineers will appreciate the ease with which problems can be entered into POLYMATH and then solved independently in all three software packages, while taking full advantage of the unique capabilities within each package. The book includes more than 170 problems requiring numerical solutions. This greatly expanded and revised second edition includes new chapters on getting started with and using Excel and MATLAB. It also places special emphasis on biochemical engineering with a major chapter on the subject and with the integration of biochemical problems throughout the book. General Topics and Subject Areas, Organized by Chapter Introduction to Problem Solving with Mathematical Software Packages Basic Principles and Calculations Regression and Correlation of Data Introduction to Problem Solving with Excel Introduction to Problem Solving with MATLAB Advanced Problem-Solving Techniques Thermodynamics Fluid Mechanics Heat Transfer Mass Transfer Chemical Reaction Engineering Phase Equilibrium and Distillation Process Dynamics and Control Biochemical Engineering Practical Aspects of Problem-Solving Capabilities Simultaneous Linear Equations Simultaneous Nonlinear Equations Linear, Multiple Linear, and Nonlinear Regressions with Statistical Analyses Partial Differential Equations (Using the Numerical Method of Lines) Curve Fitting by Polynomials with Statistical Analysis Simultaneous Ordinary Differential Equations (Including Problems Involving Stiff Systems, Differential-Algebraic Equations, and Parameter Estimation in Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations) The Book's Web Site (http://www.problemsolvingbook.com) Provides solved and partially solved problem files for all three software packages, plus additional materials Describes discounted purchase options for educational version of POLYMATH available to book purchasers Includes detailed, selected problem solutions in Maple", Mathcad , and Mathematica"
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