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Mathematics for Electrical and Telecommunications Engineers


AT present there is often very imperfect collaboration between the pure mathematician interested in such subjects as matrices, tensors and rigorous analysis of functions of the complex variable on one hand, and on the other the practical man who has a sort of intuitive instinct for finding out the causes of failure in radio or mechanical apparatus, but is likely to regard advanced pure mathematics as a kind of black magic.

Complements de mathematiques a l'usage des ingenieurs, de l'électrotechnique et des télécommunications

Par Prof. André Angot. (Collection technique du C.N.E.T.) Pp. vii + 660. ( Paris: Éditions de la Revue d'Optique, 1949.) n.p.

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HEAD, J. Mathematics for Electrical and Telecommunications Engineers. Nature 164, 809–810 (1949).

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