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Mathematics on all levels is a necessary tool used within all manufacturing and metalworking industries. Industrial Press addresses these needs with numerous references, texts, and guidebooks from trusted and well-known authors and practitioners. From the very basic to the more advanced, you will find everything from shop mathematics to metalcutting formulas to engineering formulas to math for mechanical work to math for computer graphics to engineering mathematics to differential equations to linear algebra and fundamentals of forecasting. 

  1. Fundamentals of Forecasting Using Excel (eBook only)

    Forecasting is an integral part of almost all business enterprises. This book provides readers with the tools to analyze their data, develop forecasting models and present the results in Excel. Progressing from data collection, data presentation, to a step-by-step development of the forecasting techniques, this essential text covers techniques that include but not limited to time series-moving average, exponential smoothing, trending, simple and multiple regression, and Box-Jenkins. And unlike other products of its kind that require either high-priced statistical software or Excel add-ins, this book does not require such software. It can be used both as a primary text and as a supplementary text.


    Note that this book is no longer available in printed form, but it is available as an eBook.

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    $44.95
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  2. Geometric Transformations for 3D Modeling (CD-ROM in PDF)

    This is the CD-ROM version of the printed book.

     

    Written from a mathematical standpoint accessible to students, teachers, and professionals studying or practicing in engineering, mathematics, or physics, this second edition is a comprehensive introduction to the theory and application of transformations. Presenting the more abstract foundation material in the first three chapters, Geometric Transformations in 3D Modeling reduces the clutter of theoretical derivation and development in the remainder of the text and introduces the operational and more application-oriented tools and concepts as the need arises. It assumes the reader has already taken analytic geometry and first-year calculus and has a working knowledge of basic matrix and vector algebra. This self-contained resource is sure to appeal to those working in 3D modeling, geometric modeling, computer graphics, animation, robotics, and kinematics.

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    $79.95
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