- Hardcover: 1200 pages
- Publisher: Academic Press; 7 edition (March 9, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0123736374
- ISBN-13: 978-0123736376
- Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 1.8 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 11 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,765,956 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Table of Integrals, Series, and Products 7th Edition
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"The integrals are very useful, but this book includes many other features that will be helpful to the reader, especially graduate students. The sections on Hermite and Legendre polynomials are especially helpful for students of Electricity and Magnetism, Quantum Mechanics, and Mathematical physics (they won't have to hunt in several books to find what they need)."
Barry Simon, California Institute of Technology
"This book is to the CRC Mathematical Tables as the unabridged Oxford English Dictionary is to Webster's Collegiate. Besides being big, it's easy to find things in, because of the way the integrals are organized into classes...It really helped me through grad school."
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About the Author
Dr. Daniel Zwillinger is a Senior Principal Systems Engineer for the Raytheon Company. He was a systems requirements “book boss for the Cobra Judy Replacement (CJR) ship and was a requirements and test lead for tracking on the Ungraded Early Warning Radars (UEWR). He has improved the Zumwalt destroyer’s software accreditation process and he was test lead on an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar. Dan is a subject matter expert (SME) in Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) and is a DFSS SME in Test Optimization, Critical Chain Program Management, and Voice of the Customer. He is currently leading a project creating Trust in Autonomous Systems. At Raytheon, he twice won the President’s award for best Six Sigma project of the year: on converting planning packages to work packages for the Patriot missile, and for revising Raytheon’s timecard system. He has managed the Six Sigma white belt training program. Prior to Raytheon, Dan worked at Sandia Labs, JPL, Exxon, MITRE, IDA, BBN, and The Mathworks (where he developed an early version of their Statistics Toolbox).
For ten years, Zwillinger was owner and president of Aztec Corporation. As a small business, Aztec won several Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contracts. The company also created several software packages for publishing companies. Prior to Aztec, Zwillinger was a college professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the department of mathematics.
Dan has written several books on mathematics on the topics of differential equations, integration, statistics, and general mathematics. He is editor-in-chief of the Chemical Rubber Company’s (CRC’s) “Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae, and is on the editorial board for CRC’s “Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. Zwillinger holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He earned his doctorate in applied mathematics from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Zwillinger is a certified Raytheon Six Sigma Expert and an ASQ certified Six Sigma Black Belt. He also holds a pilot’s license.
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An unscientific sampling indicates that this book has remarkably few errors. It really helped me through grad school.
I wrote to the Costumer Service of AP but got no answer.
Hopefully they will get to their sense and do a decent version 2 of this product. By now it is pure junk.
1) The CD-ROM is edition 5; but edition 6 has been out for 4 years.
2) The DynaText software, which is needed to read/browse/search the book, is showing signs of age. It works fine on the computers of a decade ago but not necessarily on the machines of today. See the review of J.F.Groote.
The product is advertised as working on Macs but will not work on most Macs. Specifically, it does not seem to work on either G4 or G5 hardware with OS X, even under the so-called "Classic" mode. I believe that the problem is that the browser is shipped as an executable that requires a specific architecture.
It is usable under Windows, but you might need to use one of the backwards-compatibility options to run the installer.
It will not apparently run under any form of Linux, the most recent (and rapidly becoming the most popular) transmogrification of Unix. Again, DynaText is put on the CD-ROM as a binary executable; if you are not using SunOS 4 or 5, Solaris or SGI IRIX 5.2 then you can not use this product.