Erwin O. He was a pioneer in the field of applied mathematics : non-wave replicating linear systems. He was also a distinguished author, having written the textbook Advanced Engineering Mathematics , the leading textbook for civil, mechanical, electrical, and chemical engineering undergraduate engineering mathematics. Kreyszig received his Ph.
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Return to Book Page. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig. A revision of the market leader, Kreyszig is known for its comprehensive coverage, careful and correct mathematics, outstanding exercises, helpful worked examples, and self-contained subject-matter parts for maximum teaching flexibility.
The new edition provides invitations - not requirements - to use technology, as well as new conceptual problems, and new projects that fo A revision of the market leader, Kreyszig is known for its comprehensive coverage, careful and correct mathematics, outstanding exercises, helpful worked examples, and self-contained subject-matter parts for maximum teaching flexibility. The new edition provides invitations - not requirements - to use technology, as well as new conceptual problems, and new projects that focus on writing and working in teams.
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This book is why engineers hate math. I presume Kreyszig is the kind of man who responds to his children's questions with, "Because I'm the adult and I said so! There is no joy in this book. Regardless of what book your professor chooses, I suggest using Mary Boas' far more enjoyable and just as rigorous This book is why engineers hate math.
Regardless of what book your professor chooses, I suggest using Mary Boas' far more enjoyable and just as rigorous Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences.
View all 3 comments. Nov 12, Eti rated it liked it Shelves: engineering-books. I'm using this book as well as two other books on Engineering Mathematics by B. S Grewal and Michael Greenberg. According to me this is a great book to learn D. But I would say if you have weak basic concepts then go for B. S Grewal and Michael Greenberg before coming on to this books as this book do not cover all the basic concepts and contains very less solved pr I'm using this book as well as two other books on Engineering Mathematics by B.
S Grewal and Michael Greenberg before coming on to this books as this book do not cover all the basic concepts and contains very less solved problem. But,Yes,everything is explained with clarity and cover a lot of advanced approaches. You can also use this book if you are preparing for Gate,but I recommend using other books as well,for better understanding,but if you don't want to brawl your brain than this book is enough.
Jan 25, Erik rated it it was ok. Potentially decent reference, but joyless and uninvolving. I attempted to use it as an introduction to vector calculus and PDEs. It claims to be a comprehensive and thorough treatment of applied math, and it achieves this by way of thoroughly superficial exposition. It is everything that makes advanced math unwelcoming. View 1 comment. May 15, Jeremy rated it really liked it. I've found this book to be a useful reference.
It is not, however, a great teaching tool. It's more of a book you go to when you know exactly what you need and just can't remember the specifics off the top of your head. Feb 10, Tarum rated it liked it Recommends it for: engineering student.
Shelves: non-fiction. I had a long relationship with this book in collage time. View all 4 comments. Oct 20, John Fritsche rated it liked it Shelves: mathematics , ee-books.
It's great how much material is covered, but it doesn't go into very much depth. It will be a great reference manual after you've learned everything from a different book. May 05, Naiyer rated it liked it. I used this book time and again but as far as my opinion, ease of use and preference is concerned, I prefer the book written by Arfken and Weber.
Why, even Riley and Hobson's is much better at presenting the concepts. Jun 16, Moataz Ibrahim rated it liked it. Dec 13, Greg rated it it was ok. This book is a broad swath of cold, mechanical mathematics. All valuable stuff to know as an engineer. This text has a number of issues, the biggest being the complete lack of applications.
Every chapter is straight theorems an This book is a broad swath of cold, mechanical mathematics. Every chapter is straight theorems and proofs, a couple of examples, and then problems to work at the end. The examples given are usually poor or leave you in the dust on many of the practice problems, and the chapter summaries are often too sparse to be useful refreshers.
Unfortunately, this uninspiring work seems to be the gold standard in many graduate level mathematics classes. Dec 26, Shaghayegh Akhbari rated it it was ok.
As much as I love mathematics But it should be explained throughly and clearly. Otherwise even the smartest people make mistake in mathematics.
But if it was up to me I don't think I would ever read it. But have to mention it has some very serious and important discussions in the book and it's very useful. May 09, Amirreza Rezayan rated it it was amazing. An extraordinary book for understanding the most complex topic of mathematic. Solving ODE and series and even Laplace transform are the topic that i enjoyed in this book. Oct 13, Aaron Tanjaya rated it it was ok. Not enough examples and the existing ones contains very short explanation.
Few graphical representations etc. At least in the complex part. Dec 09, Lance Johnson rated it liked it. It's solidly okay.
It covers a lot of material, most of it well but none of it outstanding. Really comprehensive, couldn't see much more math technique needed that's not in this book for an engineer. Oct 13, Maaz Ali rated it liked it. Glad to own it, very dense, and helpful when called upon.