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  • Maths & Computer Science – New Books Now Available in the Library

    Following is a list of new titles and new edition books added to the library catalogue. Consult iFind Discover or click on the links below for holdings information.

    Oxford handbook of the history of mathematics

    E. Robson and J. Stedall

    The Oxford Handbook of the History of Mathematics (Oxford Handbooks in Mathematics)

     

    Concepts of programming languages

    R.W. Sebesta

    Concepts of Programming Languages: International Version

     

    Engineering Mathematics

    K.A. Stroud

    Engineering Mathematics

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  • December Book Sale – Library

    The books in the book-sale have been renewed. Come along and have a look. They are situated just inside the doors to the Study Hall, on level 3 of the Library & Information Centre.

     These books are either items that have been withdrawn because they are out of date or unused duplicates, or they are unwanted donations.  This month’s sale comprises mainly Sociology and Anthropology, Engineering and some donations.

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  • Science – New Books Now Available in the Library

    Following is a list of new titles and new edition books added to the library catalogue. Consult iFind Discover or click on the links below for holdings information.

    Reapprisals of the scientific revolution

    D.C. Lindberg and R.S. Westman Editors

    Reappraisals of the Scientific Revolution

     

    Science in the new Russia:  crisis, aid, reform

    L. Graham and I. Dezhina

    Science in the New Russia: Crisis, Aid, Reform

    Allure of machinic life:  cybernetics, artificial life, and the new AI

    J. Johnston

    Allure of Machinic Life: Cybernetics, Artificial Life, and the New AI (Bradford Books)

     

    Galois theory:  lectures delivered at the University of Notre Dame

    E. Artin Editor

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  • Intellectual Property

    Roundtable Discussion on Intellectual Property

     

    The Swansea IP Group is holding a series of roundtable discussions on intellectual property with each session lasting approximately 1 hour.    The discussions will revolve around IP Protection, the patenting process and other issues that are of interest.   The sessions will be lead by Dan Flanagan and Sue Ratcliffe of the Swansea IP Group. The next session is:

     Date:                     Thursday December 9, 2010

    Time:                     12:00 p.m.

    Location:              Digital Technium – Room 104

     Lunch will be provided.   Attendance is limited to 15; if you are interested in attending,  please schedule your place with  David Moore (D.L.Moore@swansea.ac.uk).

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