Insights of Genius - Imagery and Creativity In Science And Art
Arthur I. Miller, 1996In this book Arthur Miller brings together some of the profoundest mysteries of both art and science. Displaying a subtle grasp of subjects as divergent as quantum physics, Cubist painting, and philosophy of mind, the author shows how some of the great geniuses of the past few centuries had to change the way they saw in order to achieve their greatest works
Measurements and their Uncertainties - A Practical Guide to Modern Error Analysis
Ifan G. Hughes & Thomas P.A. Hase, 2010This hands-on guide is primarily intended to be used in undergraduate laboratories in the physical sciences and engineering. It assumes no prior knowledge of statistics. It introduces the necessary concepts where needed, with key points illustrated with worked examples and graphic illustrations. In contrast to traditional mathematical treatments it uses a combination of spreadsheet and calculus-0based approaches, suitable as a quick and easy on-the-spot reference. The emphasis throughout is on practical strategies to be adopted in the laboratory.
Serway's Essentials of College Physics (International Student Edition)
Raymond Serway & Chris Vuille, 2007"Essentials of College Physics" provides a clear and logical presentation of the basic concepts and principles of physics without sacrificing any of the problem-solving support or conceptual understanding you will need.