Table of Integrals, Series, and Products

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Alan Jeffrey, Daniel Zwillinger
Academic Press, Feb 23, 2007 - Mathematics - 1200 pages
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The Table of Integrals, Series, and Products is the essential reference for integrals in the English language. Mathematicians, scientists, and engineers, rely on it when identifying and subsequently solving extremely complex problems. Since publication of the first English-language edition in 1965, it has been thoroughly revised and enlarged on a regular basis, with substantial additions and, where necessary, existing entries corrected or revised. The seventh edition includes a fully searchable CD-Rom.

- Fully searchable CD that puts information at your
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- Most up to date listing of integrals, series and
products
- Provides accuracy and efficiency in work
 

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The definitive reference of its kind. Contains a vast number of definite and indefinite integrals, and finite and infinite summations and products. A rather useful reference on special functions, as well. Read full review

Contents

Chapter 0 Introduction
1
Chapter 1 Elementary Functions
25
Chapter 2 Indefinite Integrals of Elementary Functions
63
Chapter 34 Definite Integrals of Elementary Functions
247
Chapter 5 Indefinite Integrals of Special Functions
619
Chapter 67 Definite Integrals of Special Functions
631
Chapter 89 Special Functions
859
Chapter 10 Vector Field Theory
1049
Chapter 14 Determinants
1075
Chapter 15 Norms
1081
Chapter 16 Ordinary Differential Equations
1093
Chapter 17 Fourier Laplace and Mellin Transforms
1107
Chapter 18 The zTransform
1135
References
1141
Supplemental references
1145
Index of Functions and Constants
1151

Chapter 11 Algebraic Inequalities
1059
Chapter 12 Integral Inequalities
1063
Chapter 13 Matrices and Related Results
1069

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About the author (2007)

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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