Books about Carslaw:

booksCarslaw's Sequences: Poems by Lisa M. Steinman (Apr 2003)

booksAn introduction to the infinitesimal calculus. Notes for the use of science and engineering students by H.S. Carslaw... by H. S. Carslaw (Jan 1, 1905)

booksOperational methods in applied mathematics by H.S. Carslaw and J.C. Jaeger (Dover books on advanced mathematics... by H. S Carslaw (1963)

booksCategories and computer science (Carslaw undergraduate lecture notes in mathematics) by R. F. C Walters (1991)

booksThe Scots Worthies. Rev. From The Author's Original Ed. By W.h. Carslaw by Howie John 1735-1793 (May 10, 2011)

booksThe elements of non-Euclidean plane geometry and trigonometry, by H. S. Carslaw. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series (Dec 20, 2005)

booksIntroduction to the theory of Fourier's series and integrals, by H.S. Carslaw. by H. S. Carslaw (Sep 29, 2011)


Wiki information Carslaw:

Horatio Scott Carslaw
Deceased Person, Person

Horatio Scott Carslaw was a Scottish-Australian mathematician. The book he wrote with Jaeger, Conduction of Heat in Solids, remains a classic in the field. In 1903, upon the retirement of Theodore Thomas Gurney, Carslaw was appointed Professor and...

Carslaw's sequences
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