Free books on technology subjects
Adaptive Control: Stability, Convergence, and Robustness - The book is out-of-print. A scanned version (PDF format) may be downloaded for personal use.
A Heat Transfer Textbook - We are placing a mechanical engineering textbook into an electronic format for worldwide, no-charge distribution.
A kinetics of macroscopic particles in open heterogeneous
systems: Classic kinetics (e.g. in chemistry) is based on the assumption that reactions take place in small vessels ... is often not justified.
A problem course in Mathematical Logic - A Problem Course in Mathematical Logic is intended to serve as the text for an introduction to mathematical logic for undergraduates with some mathematical sophistication. It supplies definitions, statements of results, and problems, along with some explanations, examples, and hints.
A Radically Modern Approach to Introductory Physics - This text has developed out of an alternate beginning physics course at New Mexico Tech designed for those students with a strong interest in physics.
Calculus-Based Physics is a two-volume introductory physics textbook complete with ancillary materials.
Cheap Complex Devices - Computers can play chess as well as any grandmaster. They can diagnose cancer as well as any oncologist, find oil as well as any seismologist. But can they do that most human of all activities:
Comparison Geometry - Comparison Geometry asks: What can we say about a Riemannian manifold if we know a (lower or upper) bound for its curvature, and perhaps something about its topology?
Computer Aids for VLSI Design - HTML book with nice table of contents.
Exploring randomness - I really want you to follow my example and hike off into the wilderness and explore AIT on your own!
Fundamentals of Die Casting - pdf file:Technologies for die casting professionals: Technologies developed in recent years are described in this book.
Fundamentals of Compressible Flow: This book is intended for undergraduate students in Mechanical, Chemical, and Aeronautical Engineering.
How language works: the cognitive science of linguistics - Students studying linguistics for the first time often have misconceptions about what it is about and what it can offer them.
Immunology Overview - bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology, infectious diseases and lots of fun stuff if you're a biology or medical major
Introduction to packet radio - This series of eighteen articles was originally written in 1988 to appear in Nuts & Volts, the newsletter of the San Francisco Amateur Radio Club.
Lessons in Electric Circuits - 6 volumes, the last one published in January 2004, for students in Electrical Engineering.
Mathematical Tools for Physics - This text is in PDF format, and is my attempt to provide a less expensive alternative to some of the printed texts currently available for this course.
Modern Signal Processing - Signal processing is a ubiquitous part of modern technology. Its mathematical basis and many areas of application are the subject of this book, based on a series of graduate-level lectures held at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.
Model Theory, Algebra, and Geometry - Model theory is a branch of mathematical logic that has found applications in several areas of algebra and geometry.
Molecular Cell Biology - A really nice book with a weird interface where you're required to type in a keyword search to access the chapters.
Nanotechnology: The Revolution An examination of the benefits and potential dangers of the new technology revolution.
Neural Nets: A Neural Network is an interconnected assembly of simple processing elements, units or nodes, whose functionality is loosely based on the animal neuron.
Newtonian Physics - not a programming or computer science book, but considering how many computer science majors have to take physics sooner or later in their life, this is a good place to start. A free Physics textbook suitable for introductory college Physics course.
Other Maths books for free download Most college mathematics textbooks attempt to be all things to all people and, as a result, are much too big and expensive.
Stephen Wolfram - New Kind of Science - When Stephen Wolfram of Mathematica fame self-published A New Kind of Science in 2002, he raised the suspicions of many in scientific communities that he was taking advantage of a lot of other people's work for his sole financial gain and that he was going against the open nature of academia by using restrictive copyright.
Structure and interpretation of classical mechanics - There has been a remarkable revival of interest in classical mechanics in recent years.
The Chaos Hypertextbook - Mathematics in the age of computers
The Temple of Quantum Computing - In quantum computers we exploit quantum effects to compute in ways that are faster or more efficient than, or even impossible, on conventional computers.
The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing - available in PDF format. Excellent book to start with digital signal processing, by the way.
The Unknowable - Having published four books on this subject, why a fifth?! Because there's something new: I compare and contrast Godel's, Turing's and my work in a very simple and straight-forward manner using LISP.
Universal algebra for computer science - all the algebra computer scientists will need ..
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