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Fri Mar 21 17:12:12 2014 UTClccn-no20030456760.00Ionization processes in multielectron ion-atom collisions0.751.00Investigating a class of car following model on a ring /59305627no20030456766043753Mac Cartney MarkMacCartney MarkMc Cartney MarkMcCartney, Mark, 1967-lccn-n95039449Whitaker, Andrew1946-edtlccn-n92122461Flood, Raymondedtlccn-n79139223Kelvin, William ThomsonBaron1824-1907lccn-n50011037Pippard, Alfred Brian(1920-2008)nc-oxford university pressOxford University Presslccn-n79089636Maxwell, James Clerk1831-1879viaf-211026179Carey, Malachylccn-no99080690NetLibrary, Incnp-jamison, sharonJamison, Sharonnp-boehm, j jBoehm, J. J.McCartney, Mark1967-HistoryBiographyConference proceedingsCase studiesPhysicistsGreat BritainPhysicsKelvin, William Thomson,--Baron,IrelandTravel time (Traffic engineering)--Mathematical modelsAtomsMoleculesTraffic assignment--Mathematical modelsTraffic flow--Mathematical modelsChemistry, Physical and theoreticalMotor vehicles--Speed--Mathematical modelsMathematics--Study and teaching (Higher)19671993200220032007200820092012201320144941134530.092QC16.K3ocn823840000ocn470567573ocn46937872931911ocn166625002book20080.76Flood, RaymondKelvin : life, labours and legacyHistoryThis work contains a collection of chapters, authored by leading experts, which cover the life and wide-ranging scientific contributions made by William Thomson, Lord Kelvin (1824-1907)+-+20768744651398ocn051584748book20030.79McCartney, MarkPhysicists of Ireland : passion and precisionHistoryBiography"The book will be of interest to historians of science, practising physicists, students and teachers of physics at both senior secondary school and university."--Cover+-+9113585025204ocn867929587file20140.53Flood, RaymondJames Clerk Maxwell Perspectives on his Life and WorkJames Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) had a relatively brief, but remarkable life, lived in his beloved rural home of Glenlair, and variously in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, London and Cambridge. His scholarship also ranged wide - covering all the major aspects of Victorian natural philosophy. He was one of the most important mathematical physicists of all time, coming only after Newton and Einstein.In scientific terms his immortality is enshrined in electromagnetism and Maxwell's equations, but as this book shows, there was much more to Maxwell than electromagnetism, both in terms of his science and his wi52ocn427610855book20090.73Kelvin and Ireland : 7 December 2007, Queen's University, BelfastConference proceedings43ocn557307680book1993McCartney, MarkIonization processes in multielectron ion-atom collisions21ocn701364571art20071.00Jamison, SharonInvestigating a class of car following model on a ring11ocn051749177art20031.00Carey, MalachyA whole-link travel-time model with desirable properties11ocn843868608book20120.47History of mathematics in the higher education curriculumHistoryCase studies"Mathematics is usually, and of course correctly, presented 'ready-made' to students, with techniques and applications presented systematically and in logical order. However, like any other academic subject, mathematics has a history which is rich in astonishing breakthroughs, false starts, misattributions, confusions and dead-ends. This history gives a narrative and human context which adds colour and context to the discipline. Setting historical context can motivate and enthuse learning, but it also enriches the curriculum, shows connections between different branches of the subject, and helps to produce students with a greater sense of the breadth and, what might be termed, the creative life of mathematics as a discipline. This report seeks to give examples of how history has been integrated into undergraduate mathematics teaching in higher education through case studies."--Back cover11ocn869742955visu20130.47We are-- learning, lifting, leading 50th anniversary video"... [R]ecounts the inspiring tale of how the people of the Great Lakes Bay Region rallied together to raise the funds to establish Saginaw Valley State University. It captures the vibrant institution SVSU has become today through collective attention to students and generous philanthropic support"--Insert11ocn048433558art20021.00Carey, MalachyBehavior of a whole-link travel time model used in dynamic traffic assignment11ocn053082552art20031.00Carey, MalachyPseudo-periodicity in a travel-time model used in dynamic traffic assignment+-+2076874465+-+2076874465Fri Mar 21 15:07:14 EDT 2014batch8043