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interesting book on a topic for which mathematicians do not seem to have a clear concept, at least, not as yet.Published 1 month ago by Max W. Giger
A well written book full of facts and examples. The author does not overdue the math, or physics, behind his research.
Enjoyed the book and would recommend it.
Really love this book. Well written for the lay person and starting scientist.
Great metaphors for how lasers work, and how Josephson tunneling works.
Wasn't what I thought it would be about. More interested in how things become more complex, or why.Published 2 months ago by The Bobber
"AT THE HEART OF THE UNIVERSE IS a steady, insistent beat: the sound of cycles in sync. It pervades nature at every scale from the nucleus to the cosmos". Read morePublished 2 months ago by Warren
A little dated but remains timely given network approaches to all sorts of scientific problems.Published 3 months ago by Bill C. White
Interesting topic but the mathematical concepts are far beyond the even mathematically inclined. Writing is not full of formulas and he gives examples of phenomena that one can... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mina Wender
This is my second copy since I either misplaced or loaned it to someone. I have recommended it to quite a few people as it is interesting and not difficult to read.Published 4 months ago by Surya-Patricia Lane Hood