3. Albgebraic equations.
4. Quotient groups.
5. Rings, integral, domains and fields.
6. Characteristic of a ring.
part II: Trigonometry: 7. Application of De Moivre's Theorem.
8. Exponential, circular, hyperbolic and logarithmic functions of complex quantities.
9. General exponential, inverse circular and hyperbolic functions of complex quantities.
10. Summation of series.
Answer. "The present publication is written to meet the requirements of undergraduate students of Indian Universities.
The topics included in the text is according to the new pattern of University Grants Commission. The subject matter, both as regards the arrangement of chapters as well as the contents of each chapter has been so graded, proceeding from simple to more difficult topics, that a student may follow the course with great ease and interest.
All important propositions have been illustrated by a large number of solved examples and exercises. Most(less)
Basic notions. 2.
Systematic of linear equations. 3.
Introduction to spectral theory. 6.
Inner product spaces. 7.
Structure of operators in inner product spaces. 8.
Bilinear and quadratic forms. 9.
Advanced spectral theory. 10.
Linear transformations. “Linear Algebra is the heart of applied science but there are divergent views concerning its meaning.
The field of Linear Algebra is more beautiful and more fundamental than its rather dull name may suggest. More beautiful because it is full of powerful ideas that are quite unlike those normally emphasized in a linear algebra course in a mathematics department.
Throughout the book the author follows the practice of first presenting required background material, which is then used to develop the results. The book is divided in ten chapters.
Relevant material is included in each chapter from other sources improves readability and makes the presentation “self-contained” to a large extent. All the examples(less)
2. Useful Novel Materials.
3. Nanomaterials and Nanoparticles.
4. Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures.
5. Some Techniques for Nanoscience and Materials Science.
6. Silica-based Materials, Electronics, Electrets and Transistors.
7. Super-Functional Materials and Metamaterials.
8. Composite Materials.
9. Nanotechnology: Some Chemical Dimensions.
Prompted by the substantial impact of nanoscience and nanotechnology on the diverse materials, metals and minerals being used by over six billion people on the disturbingly overcrowding, increasingly mobile and energy guzzling planet, the author has attempted to produce a readable and comprehensive outline of the physics, chemistry, biology and engineering dimensions and processes relating to the exploitation of various kinds of materials, nanomaterials and nanoparticles, with special reference to carbon-based and silicon-based materials. The study introduces the reader to novel, superfunctional and composite materials, metamaterials, electronics, electrets, carbon nanotubes, nanowires, molecular transistors, and graphene currently attracting research focus.
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Algebra: 1. Products of ideals with linear resolution/A.
Some results on affine fibrations/A.K.
Koszul algebras and modules/Jurgen Herzog. 4.
Local cohomology modules of bigraded rees algebras/A.V.
Jayanthan and J.K.
Quadratic forms over complete local rings/Manuel Ojanguren and Raman Parimala. 6.
Representations of rank two Affine Hecke algebras/Arun Ram. 7.
Gorenstein sequences/Hema Srinivasan. 8.
The u-invariant of the function fields of p-adic curves/V. Suresh.
II. Geometry: 9.
Geometry and Galois theory/S.S.
Semistable principal bundles/V. Balaji.
11. Ramification of valuations and singularities/S.
12. Homogeneous rings associated to finite morphisms/F.
J. Gallego and B.
13. On Mumford’s result and related question/R.
14. Complete intersection of certain monomial curves/A.
K. Maloo and I.
Vector bundles on projective spaces/N. Mohan Kumar.
16. Nef and big vector bundles/D.
III. Noncommutative geometry: 17.
The rings of noncommutative projective geometry/D.S.
Computational geometry: 18. An exterior view(less)
2. Centroid And Moment Of Inertia Friction.
3. Transmission Of Power And Simple Lifting Machine.
4. Shear Force Diagram Sfd And Bending Moment Diagram Bmd.
5. Truss And Virtual Work Questions B.
E. First Second Semester Examinations Paper June 2008.
Appendices: 1. RGPV Paper Solution July 2008 Dec.
2002 . 2.
10 Practical Write Up As Per RGPV Syllabus. 3.
Viva Questions And Answers Useful Conversion Unitwise Questions Rgpv Part 2 Basic Civil Engineering Unit-1: Civil Engineering Materials Unit-2: Building Construction Unit-3: Surveying And Positioning Unit-4: Mapping And Sensing Unit-5: Disaster Resistant Building Questions. Appendix.
I RGPV Paper Solution June 2008-Dec. 2004 Appendix II 10 Practical Write Up As Per RGPV Syllabus Appendix III Viva Questions And Answers Unitwise Mix Question Bank Appendix IV Glossary.
1. Strictly according to the revised syllabus as prescribed by RGPV Bhopal MP in theory and practical 2.
It had alaso been(less)
The teaching of Algebra and geometry. 2.
College preparatory courses in the junior college. 3.
Linear Algebra. 4.
Analytic geometry. 5.
Geometry in the secondary school. 6.
Some special aspects of demonstrative geometry. Index.
"A systematic procedure for attacking problems is essential for effectiveness in teaching algebra and geometry so that pupils may acquaint themselves with comprehensive knowledge of subject matter and deductive reasoning and develop habits of careful thinking, observing, comparing and problem-solving to discover new ideas, statements, truths, concepts and theorems. Therefore, in order to be effective and successful, teachers have to become well aware of these techniques.
"A Textbook of Algebra and Geometry" brings to the fore each and every aspect, concept, technique, theorem and principle of algebra and geometry to make the subject teachers successful. In this endeavour the book delves deep into basic needs and aims, course content, problem-solving, various types of equations, preparatory course, graphs, linear(less)
Properties of integers. 3.
Infinite series. 4.
Elementary theory of groups. 5.
Permutation groups and cyclic groups. 6.
Isomorphism and Coset-decomposition of groups. 7.
Application of De Moivre's Theorem. 8.
Exponential, circular, hyperbolic and Logarithmic functions of complex quantities. 9.
General exponential, inverse circular and hyperbolic functions of complex quantities. 10.
Summation of series. Answers.
"A Textbook of Algebra and Trigonometry is written to meet the requirements of students at various levels. The subject matter, both as regards the arrangement of chapters as well as the contents of each chapter has been so graded, proceeding from simple to more difficult topics, that a student may follow the course with great ease and interest.
All important propositions have been illustrated by a large number of solved examples and exercises. Most of the examples have been taken from the examination papers of various universities.
While preparing the book it is supposed that(less)
1. Towards the nanoscale.
2. Particles and waves.
3. Wave mechanics.
4. Materials for nanoelectronics.
5. Growth, fabrication, and measurement techniques for nanostructures.
6. Electron transport in semiconductors and nanostructures.
7. Electrons in traditional low-dimensional structures.
8. Nanostructure devices.
Index. "This textbook is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary account of the technology and science underpinning nanoelectronics, covering the underlying physics, nanostructures, nanomaterials, and nanodevices.
It provides a unifying framework for the basic ideas needed to understand the developments in the field. After introducing the recent trends in semiconductor and device nanotechnologies, as well as novel device concepts, the methods of growth, fabrication and characterization of materials for nanoelectronics are discussed.
Coverage then moves to an analysis of nanostructures including recently-discovered nanoobjects, and concludes with a discussion of devices that use a 'simple' scaling-down approach to copy well-known microelectronic devices, and nanodevices based on new principles that cannot be realized at the macroscale. With numerous(less)
This practical book takes the human-computer interaction researcher through the complete experimental process, from identifying a research question to designing and conducting an experiment, and then to analysing and reporting the results. The advice offered in this book draws on the author's twenty years of experience running experiments.
In describing general concepts of experimental design and analysis she refers to numerous worked examples that address the very real practicalities and problems of conducting an experiment, such as managing participants, getting ethical approval, pre-empting criticism, choosing a statistical method and dealing with unexpected events(less)
Rings, Integral Domains and Fields: 1. Introduction of Rings.
3. ring Homomorphism and Ideal of a Ring.
4. Integral Domains and Fields.
5. Ordered Integral Domain and Subfields.
6. Characteristic of a Ring.
7. The field of quotients of an integral domain.
8. Algebra of ideals.
9. Quotient rings (Rings of residue classes).
10. Euclidean Rings (Euclidean Domains).
II. Polynomial Rings: 11.
Divisibility and division algorithm for polynomials over a field. 13.
Remainder and factor theorems of a polynomial. 14.
Euclidean algorithm and greatest common divisors of polynomials over a field. 15.
Unique Factorization domain and theorems for polynomials over a field. 16.
Eisenstein criterion and polynomials over the rational field. III.
Vector Spaces: 17. Definition.
18. Vector subspace and linear span.
19. Linear dependence and independence.
20. Bases and dimensions.
21. sums and direct sums of subspaces and its dimensions.
22. quotient space and its dimensions.
Number systems. 2.
Elements of integers. 3.
Properties of integers. 4.
Rational numbers. 5.
Infinite series. 6.
Elementary theory of groups. 7.
Permutation groups and cyclic groups. 8.
Application of De Moivre’s Theorem. 9.
Exponential, circular, hyperbolic and logarithmic functions of complex quantities. 10.
General exponential, inverse circular and hyperbolic functions of complex quantities. 11.
Summation of series. Answers.
A Textbook of Algebra and Trigonometry is written to meet the requirements of students at various levels. The topics included in the text fully cover the syllabi of several universities.
The subject matter, both as regards the arrangement of chapters as well as the contents of each chapter has been so graded, proceeding from simple to more difficult topics, that a student may follow the course with great ease and interest. All important propositions have been illustrated by a large number of solved examples and exercises.
Most of the examples have been taken(less)
The first editon of Bioinformatics Basics: Applications in Biological Science and Medicine answered the scientific community’s need to learn about the bioinformatic tools available to them. That the book continues to be a best seller clearly demonstrates the authors’ ability to provide scientists with the understanding to apply those tools to their research.
Currently, it is being used as a reference text at MIT and other prestigious institutions. Recognizing the important advances in bioinformatices since their last edition, Buehler and Rashidi have produced a completely revised and updated version of their pioneering work.
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Agricultural biotechnology. 3.
Plant biotechnology to agriculture. 4.
Modern biotechnology for food and agriculture. 5.
Genetically modified foods. 6.
Genetic engineering and food security. 7.
Food safety and the environment. 8.
Agricultural biotechnology in Asia. 9.
Risk assessment and management. 10.
Biotechnology to sustainable agriculture. 11.
Biotechnology research and development. 12.
New wave of agricultural biotechnology. 13.
Role of science in poverty eradication. 14.
Experimentation techniques in biotechnology. 15.
Ethical challenges of agricultural biotechnology. Bibliography.
Index. "The recent development in biotechnology have led to rapid progress in understanding the genetic basis of living organisms, and the ability to develop products and processes useful to human and animal health, food and agriculture, and industry.
In agriculture, there is increasing use of biotechnology for genetic mapping and marker-assisted selection to aid more precise and rapid development of new strains of improved crops and livestock. Biotechnology applications such as tissue culture and micro-propagation(less)
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