This page last updated on August 29,
2011
Published Texts
An
Introduction to Analysis, Second Edition, with
Gerald G. Bilodeau and Paul R. Thie, published by Jones
& Bartlett Publishers. The textbook was published today
(July 28, 2009, ISBN13: 9780763774929, 352 pages),
just in time for Fall semester adoption!
The J&B website has only a brief table of contents; a more
detailed listing, based on our final manuscript submission back
in February, is available
here.
We have a short
errata listing available for the first printing of the
text.
Getting
Started with Mathematica, Third Edition, with
CK Cheung, Rob Gross, and Charles Landraitis (all of Boston
College). Published by John Wiley and Sons, Inc., in March,
2009 (224 + xiv pages, ISBN13 9780470456873). The cover
is shown to the left; a click will take you to Amazon.com where
you can find more information about the text, including a table
of contents (be sure you see the third edition and
not the second edition ... we received our publication
copies only on March 18).
Copies of the Mathematica notebooks we demonstrated in
the text are available for download
(131K zipped archive of March 24, 2009).
Getting
Started with Maple, Third Edition, with CK Cheung,
Mike May (St. Louis University), and Doug Meade (University
of South Carolina). Published by John Wiley and Sons, Inc.,
in March, 2009 (208 + x pages, ISBN13 9780470455548). The
cover is shown to the left; a click will take you to Amazon.com
where you can find more information about the text, including
a table of contents (be sure you see the third edition
and not the second edition ... we received our publication
copies only on March 18).
An
Introduction to Linear Programming and Game Theory, Third Edition,
with Paul R. Thie. Published in July, 2008, by John Wiley and
Sons, Inc. (460 + xiv pages, ISBN13: 9780470232866). A
click on the bookcover to the left will take you to the Wiley
website to learn more about this text.
This work is the result of a collaboration with Paul Thie during
my sabbatical during academic year 20072008, and this is one
project I greatly enjoyed helping to produce.
I've written some software to enhance
the usability of the text; and I've linked any click on the
image of the text's cover at the right to its entry at Wiley's
website. You can also find us as Amazon.com.
We have a short
errata listing available for the first printing of the
Linear Programming and Game Theory text, last updated on May
29, 2009.
Older Texts/Earlier Editions
Getting
Started with Mathematica, Second Edition, was published
in 2005 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Once again, I've been working
with the usual suspects as coauthors: CK. Cheung, C. K. Landraitis,
and R. H. Gross. A picture of the cover is shown at the right.
We've put together a temporary web page with access to notebooks
containing our input commands for each of the Chapters at:
http://www2.bc.edu/~cheungc/startedMathematica.html
Getting Started with Mathematica,
published in 1998 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (182 + x pages,
ISBN 0471240508). This was written together with CK. Cheung,
C. K. Landraitis, and R. H. Gross.
Getting
Started with Maple, Second Edition, published in
May of 2003 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (206 + x pages, ISBN
047147013–9). This was written together with CK. Cheung
and Michael May, S.J. A picture of the cover is shown at the
right.
Getting Started with Maple,
published in 1998 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (172 + x pages,
ISBN 0471252492). This was written together with CK. Cheung
and Michael May, S.J.
Exploring Multivariable
Calculus with Mathematica, published in 1996 by John
Wiley and Sons, Inc. (234 pages, ISBN 0471137545). This was
written together with CK. Cheung and Tim Murdoch.
Exploring Multivariable
Calculus with Maple, published in 1996 by John Wiley
and Sons, Inc. (228 pages, ISBN 0471137537). This was written
together with CK. Cheung and Tim Murdoch.
Research, Articles, Etc.
Using A Computer Algebra System with Mathematics Majors,
in the Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on
the Use of Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Rosemont, IL,
November 1215, 1992 (AddisonWesley, 1994, 7 pages).
A Laboratory Exercise, Discovery: Medians of a Triangle,
in Exercises in the Use of a Computer Mathematics System, August,
1993, published at Ithaca College by Seltzer and Ellison (this
volume collects work of participants in an NSFfunded workshop
of June, 1992).
Roots of Invertibly Weighted Shifts with Finite Defect,
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 91,
Number 3 (July 1984), pp. 399 – 404.
Subnormal Operators, Toeplitz Operators and Spectral Inclusion,
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 263,
Number 1 (January 1981), pp. 125 – 135.
Subnormal Operators, Toeplitz Operators and The Spectral
Inclusion Theorem, dissertation, Indiana University (1979).
(An announcement of results appeared as Subnormal Operators
which Yield a Spectral Inclusion Theorem, Notices of the American
Mathematical Society, Volume 25, Number 4 (June, 1978)).
