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  1. 1. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/23/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />04/14/2010<br />Numerical Recipes Source Code CD-ROM V3.0<br />by William H. Press et all<br />2007 - 1 CD-ROM<br />Principles of Brazing by<br />David M. Jacobson<br />And<br />Giles Humpston<br />20085- 268 pgs<br />Principles of Brazing is a valuable resource for those working with the brazing process or designing component joints. This book will help solve practical engineering challenges, by building on fundamental metallurgy. Precisely written, and well referenced, containing 200 figures and 56 tables, this book compares joining methods, explains the fundamental parameters of brazes, and surveys the metallurgy of braze alloy systems. The joining atmosphere, fluxes and fluxless brazing are investigated. The constraints that component metal and non-metal materials place on the brazing process are examined. A chapter is devoted to the direct brazing of non-metals. Jewelers will find the chapter on filler metals for gold and silver of interest. The authors received valuable feedback from readers of their first book, Principles of Soldering and Brazing<br />-ASM International-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Numerical Recipes Third Edition Source Code CDROM contains the complete source code in C++ for Numerical Recipes Third Edition, with many completely new routines, plus source code from Numerical Recipes Second Edition in C, Fortran 77, and Fortran 90 and Numerical Recipes First Edition in Pascal and BASIC, and more. Compatible with all computers and operating systems, the CDROM includes a Personal Single-User License that allows an individual to use the copyrighted code on any number of computers (no more than one at a time). <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  2. 2. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/30/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/01/2010<br />Windows PowerShell Scripting Guide<br />By<br />Ed Wilson<br />2008 - 650 pgs<br />Companion Guide to the ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code Volume 2, 3rd ed.<br />by <br />K. R. Rao (ed.)<br />2009 - 800 pgs<br />This third edition of the Companion Guide of ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel and Piping Codes has been updated to the current (2007) Code Edition. Since the first edition, a total of 140 authors have contributed to this publication, and in this edition there are 107 contributors of which 51 are new authors. Several of the new contributors are from countries around the world that use ASME B&PV Codes, with knowledge of ASME Codes, in addition to expertise of their own countries B&PV Codes. All of these authors who contributed to this third edition considerably updated, revised or added to the content matter covered in the second edition to address the current and future trends as well as dramatic changes in the industry. <br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Get practical guidance for using Windows PowerShell to manage Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Written by Ed Wilson, a leading scripting expert and trainer at Microsoft, this reference offers a task-based approach to help you find the information you need for day-to-day tasks. With more than 200 scripts, it offers rich examples that administrators can customize for their own environment and needs. The scripts range in complexity from one-line commands, to full-blown scripts with managed output and command-line arguments examples that are applicable to all skill levels. Includes a companion CD with fully searchable eBook, sample scripts, and other resources for managing your Windows-based environment.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  3. 3. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/30/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/30/2010<br />Boundaries of the New Frontier<br />by Joanna S. Ploeger<br />2009 - 199 pgs<br />Information : A Very Short Introduciton<br />by Luciano Floridi<br />2010 - 106 pgs<br />We live in a society that is awash with information, but few of us really understand what information is. In this Very Short Introduction, one of the world's leading authorities on the philosophy of information and on information ethics, LucianoFloridi, offers an illuminating exploration of information as it relates to both philosophy and science. He discusses the roots of the concept of information in mathematics and science, and considers the role of information in several fields, including biology. Floridi also discusses concepts such as "Infoglut" (too much information to process) and the emergence of an information society, and he addresses the nature of information as a communication process and its place as a physical phenomenon. Perhaps more important, he explores information's meaning and value, and ends by considering the broader social and ethical issues relating to information, including problems surrounding accessibility, privacy, ownership, copyright, and open source. This book helps us understand the true meaning of the concept and how it can be used to understand our world. <br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This is a rhetorical case study in the evolving presentation of science to the public. Joanna S. Ploeger examines the communicative practices of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in suburban Chicago to show how the rhetoric of science functions as an indicator of the intellectual and political interests of scientific institutions. She delineates the rhetorical strategies by which Fermilab's founders, especially Robert R. Wilson, sought the consent, cooperation, and goodwill of its neighbors. Wilson's rhetoric was an attempt to distinguish Fermilab from other laboratories in the national network by emphasizing that Fermilab was not a nuclear-weapons laboratory and that its sole purpose was to advance theoretical physics for the sake of knowledge. To dissociate itself from weapons research, Fermilab incorporated the aesthetic of sublimity, emblematic of the laboratory's focus on high-energy physics, into the design of its buildings, grounds, public art, and outreach materials. Ploeger tests the success of Wilson's rhetoric through extensive interviews with researchers, administrators, and visitors at Fermilab. Wilson's visual rhetoric strategies were unable to counteract the persistent belief that Fermilab was involved in nuclear-weapons research. In later years the end of the cold war diminished the urgency of physics research. This change in the national climate induced Fermilab's subsequent directors to stress the many potential uses of experimental physics, thereby opening Fermilab to a variety of projects at the cost of the aesthetic Wilson had tried to project. <br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  4. 4. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/26/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/26/2010<br />Perl Best Practices<br />–Standards and Styles for Developing Maintainable Code<br />by Damian Conway<br />2008 - 650 pgs<br />Intermediate Perl<br />by Randal L. Schwartz<br />Brian d Foy<br />Tom Phoenix<br />2006 - 288 pgs<br />Originally released in 2003 as Learning Perl Objects, References, and Modules and revised and updated for Perl 5.8, this book offers a gentle but thorough introduction to intermediate programming in Perl. Written by the authors of the best-selling Learning Perl, it picks up where that book left off. Topics include:<br />Packages and namespaces <br />References and scoping <br />Manipulating complex data structures <br />Object-oriented programming <br />Writing and using modules <br />Testing Perl code <br />Contributing to CPAN<br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Many programmers code by instinct, relying on convenient habits or a "style" they picked up early on. They aren't conscious of all the choices they make, like how they format their source, the names they use for variables, or the kinds of loops they use. They're focused entirely on problems they're solving, solutions they're creating, and algorithms they're implementing. So they write code in the way that seems natural, that happens intuitively, and that feels good. <br />But if you're serious about your profession, intuition isn't enough. Perl Best Practices author Damian Conway explains that rules, conventions, standards, and practices not only help programmers communicate and coordinate with one another, they also provide a reliable framework for thinking about problems, and a common language for expressing solutions. This is especially critical in Perl, because the language is designed to offer many ways to accomplish the same task, and consequently it supports many incompatible dialects. <br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  5. 5. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/26/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/26/2010<br />Advanced Perl Programming<br />by Simon Cozens<br />2005 - 304 pgs<br />Perl Hacks - Tips & Tools for Programming, Debugging, and Surviving<br />by Chromatic <br />with Damian Conway and Curtis Poe<br />2006 - 304 pgs<br />And you can find many of those answers right here in Perl Hacks. Like all books in O'Reilly's Hacks Series, Perl Hacks appeals to a variety of programmers, whether you're an experienced developer or a dabbler who simply enjoys exploring technology. Each hack is a short lesson--some are practical exercises that teach you essential skills, while others merely illustrate some of the fun things that Perl can do. Most hacks have two parts: a direct answer to the immediate problem you need to solve right now and a deeper, subtler technique that you can adapt to other situations. Learn how to add CPAN shortcuts to the Firefox web browser, read files backwards, write graphical games in Perl, and much more<br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Every programmer must keep up with the latest tools and techniques. This updated version of Advanced Perl Programming from O'Reilly gives you the essential knowledge of the modern Perl programmer. Whatever your current level of Perl expertise, this book will help you push your skills to the next level and become a more accomplished programmer.<br />O'Reilly's most high-level Perl tutorial to date, Advanced Perl Programming, Second Edition teaches you all the complex techniques for production-ready Perl programs. This completely updated guide clearly explains concepts such as introspection, overriding built-ins, extending Perl's object-oriented model, and testing your code for greater stability.<br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  6. 6. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/15/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/17/2010<br />Einstein’s Telescope<br />By<br />Ed Wilson<br />2010 - 305 pgs<br /> Windows PowerShell 2 for Dummies <br />By<br />Steve Seguis<br />2009 - 408 pgs<br />You've heard about Windows PowerShell 2, the Windows scripting environment that's changing how we think about Windows scripting. This fun and friendly guide gives you a solid understanding of what it is and how to use it, with plenty of real-world examples so you can put the information to good use right away. Your boss will think you're a genius! <br />View from the top — get an overview of Windows PowerShell 2 and examine the syntax, structure, and core functionality <br />Look deeper — manipulate strings, work with data structures like arrays and hashtables, and use Windows Management Instrumentation <br />The need for speed — see how Windows PowerShell speeds things up by letting you run commands on a remote computer or run multiple commands at once <br />In the real world — learn to apply scripts to specific needs <br />It does more — use Windows PowerShell 2 to manage network configurations, gather hardware info, connect to printers, and more<br />-AMAZON- <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />There is far more to the universe than meets the eye: invisible dark matter and dark energy constitute the vast bulk of the cosmos and are responsible for its accelerating expansion. Gates, assistant director of the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics, explores the science of these invisible phenomena and the questions they raise about the universe's origins, its present and its future. Gates explains how scientists discovered the existence of dark matter and their theories about the nature of the particles (with names like WIMPs) that form it. Astrophysicists have found tools to measure the invisible mass: the stars themselves. Drawing on Einstein's theory of general relativity, scientists can see dark matter using gravitational lensing—by measuring the deflection of light around a cosmic object, they can measure the object's mass. Presenting complicated topics concisely and clearly, Gates explains what we know about the universe, what scientists wish they knew, and what's at stake—the fate of the universe itself<br />-PUBLISHERS WEEKLY-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  7. 7. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/09/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/10/2010<br />Learning the bash Shell: Unix Shell Programming by Cameron Newham<br />2005 - 360 pgs<br />API 620 ON-LINE : Design and Construction of Large, Welded, Low-Pressure Storage Tanks, Eleventh Edition , Includes Addendum 1 (2009)<br />The API Downstream Segment has prepared this standard to cover large, field-assembled storage tanks of the type described in 1.2 that contain petroleum intermediates (gases or vapors) and finished products, as well as other liquid products commonly handled and stored by the various branches of the industry. The rules presented in this standard cannot cover all details of design and construction because of the variety of tank sizes and shapes that may be constructed. Where complete rules for a specific design are not given, the intent is for the Manufacturer--subject to the approval of the Purchaser's authorized representative--to provide design and construction details that are as safe as those which would otherwise be provided by this standard. <br />NOTE : Full-text, Site-wide, electronic access available for all of Fermilab.<br />Contact - library@fnal.gov for Access Information<br />Name_________________________________________<br />ID#____________ <br />O'Reilly's bestselling book on Linux's bash shell is at it again. Now that Linux is an established player both as a server and on the desktop Learning the bash Shell has been updated and refreshed to account for all the latest changes. Indeed, this third edition serves as the most valuable guide yet to the bash shell. <br />How to install bash as your login shell <br />The basics of interactive shell use, including UNIX file and directory structures, standard I/O, and background jobs <br />Command line editing, history substitution, and key bindings<br />How to customize your shell environment without programming<br />The nuts and bolts of basic shell programming, flow control structures, command-line options and typed variables<br />Process handling, from job control to processes, coroutines and subshells<br />Debugging techniques, such as trace and verbose modes<br />Techniques for implementing system-wide shell customization and features related to system security<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  8. 8. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/02/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/03/2010<br />ZZAAP! : Taming ESD, RFE, and EMI<br />By M. Bruce Corp<br />1990 - 236 pgs<br />On Superconductivity and Superfluidity : A Scientific Autobiography<br />By VitalyL. Ginzburg<br />2009 - 244 pgs<br />A "zzap"! is the mortal enemy of today's sophisticated electronics designs. A "zzaap!" can cause a circuit to "lock up" or "hang" -delete bits form a data stream or mysteriously insert bits that aren't supposed to be there or, worst of all, cause the sudden failure of critical integrated circuits. M. Bruce Corp takes you inside the often mysterious world of electrostatic discharge (ESD), radio frequency interference (RFI, and electromagnetic interference (EMI) to show how these can cause a bewildering array of transient problems or catastrophic failures.<br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This book presents the Nobel Laureate VitalyGinzburg's views on the development in the field of superconductivity. It contains a selection of Ginzburg's key writings, including his amended version of the Nobel lecture in Physics 2003. Also included are an expanded autobiography, which was written for the Nobel Committee, an article entitled "A Scientific Autobiography: An Attempt," a fundamental article co-written with L.D. Landau entitled "To the theory of superconductivity," an expanded review article "Superconductivity and superfluidity (what was done and what was not done)," and some newly written short articles about superconductivity and related subjects. So, in toto, presented here are the personal contributions of Ginzburg, that resulted in the Nobel Prize, in the context of his scientific biography.<br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  9. 9. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/01/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/01/2010<br />Microsoft Windows PowerShell in Action<br />By Bruce Payette<br />2007 - 576 pgs<br />Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning<br />By Christopher M. Bishop<br />2007 - 738 pgs<br />PowerShell replaces cobbled-together assemblies of third-party management tools with an elegant programming language and a powerful scripting shell for the Windows environment. In the tradition of Manning's ground breaking "In Action" series, this book comes from right from the source. Windows PowerShell in Action shows you how to build scripts and utilities to automate system tasks or create powerful system management tools to handle the day-to-day tasks that drive a Windows administrator's life. Because it's based on the .NET platform, PowerShell is also a powerful tool for developers and power users. <br />Windows PowerShell in Action was written by Bruce Payette, one of the founding members of the Windows PowerShell team, co-designer of the PowerShell language and the principal author of the PowerShell language implementation. The book enables you to get the most out of the PowerShell environment. Using many examples, both small and large, this book illustrates the features of the language and environment and shows how to compose those features into solutions, quickly and effectively. <br />This book is designed for anyone who wants to learn PowerShell and use it well. Rather than simply being a book of recipes to read and apply, this book gives you the deep knowledge about how PowerShell works and how to apply it<br /> -AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />The dramatic growth in practical applications for machine learning over the last ten years has been accompanied by many important developments in the underlying algorithms and techniques. For example, Bayesian methods have grown from a specialist niche to become mainstream, while graphical models have emerged as a general framework for describing and applying probabilistic techniques. The practical applicability of Bayesian methods has been greatly enhanced by the development of a range of approximate inference algorithms such as variationalBayes and expectation propagation, while new models based on kernels have had a significant impact on both algorithms and applications.<br />This completely new textbook reflects these recent developments while providing a comprehensive introduction to the fields of pattern recognition and machine learning. It is aimed at advanced undergraduates or first-year PhD students, as well as researchers and practitioners. No previous knowledge of pattern recognition or machine learning concepts is assumed. Familiarity with multivariate calculus and basic linear algebra is required, and some experience in the use of probabilities would be helpful though not essential as the book includes a self-contained introduction to basic probability theory.<br />. -AMAZON-<br /> To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  10. 10. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/01/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />03/01/2010<br />Windows PowerShell Scripting Guide<br />By Ed Wilson<br />2008 - 650 pgs<br />Microsoft Windows PowerShell 2.0 Programming for the Absolute Beginner<br />By Jerry Lee Ford<br />2008 - 448 pgs<br />Microsoft® Windows™ PowerShell is a helpful scripting technology that enables the automation of system management tasks and the creation of system management tools. PowerShell runs on Windows XP, 2003, 2008, and Vista. Unlike traditional Windows shell scripting, PowerShell scripting is object-based and is designed to work with the .NET Framework. This completely updated edition of Microsoft Windows PowerShell Programming for the Absolute Beginner teaches aspiring programmers Windows PowerShell scripting whether they’re using Windows PowerShell 1.0 or 2.0. To help make learning fun and interesting, you will learn how to program through the development of computer games, and you will develop a new game that reinforces a newly learned concept in each chapter. It’s the easiest way to learn! By the time you have finished the book, not only will you have access to a collection of working sample scripts, you also will have laid a foundation upon which you can begin to tackle real-world challenges and new languages. -AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Get practical guidance for using Windows PowerShell to manage Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Written by Ed Wilson, a leading scripting expert and trainer at Microsoft, this reference offers a task-based approach to help you find the information you need for day-to-day tasks. With more than 200 scripts, it offers rich examples that administrators can customize for their own environment and needs. The scripts range in complexity from one-line commands, to full-blown scripts with managed output and command-line arguments examples that are applicable to all skill levels. Includes a companion CD with fully searchable eBook, sample scripts, and other resources for managing your Windows-based environment. -AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  11. 11. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/24/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/24/2010<br />Cracking the Einstein Code : Relativity and the Birth of Black Hole Physics by FulvioMelia<br />2009 - 150 pgs<br />The Day We Found the Universe<br />By Marcia Bartusiak<br />2010 - 368 pgs<br />From one of our most acclaimed science writers: a dramatic narrative of the discovery of the true nature and startling size of the universe, delving back past the moment of revelation to trace the decades of work--by a select group of scientists--that made it possible.On January 1, 1925, thity-five-year-old Edwin Hubble announced findings that ultimately established that our universe was a thousand trillion times larger than previously believed, filled with myriad galaxies like our own. It was a realization that reshaped how humans understood their place in the cosmos. Six years later, continuing research by Hubble and others forced Albert Einstein to renounce his own cosmic model and finally accept the astonishing fact that the universe was not immobile but instead expanding. The story of these interwoven discoveries includes battles of will, clever insights, and wrong turns made by the early investigators in this great twentieth-century pursuit, from the luminaries (Einstein, Hubble, Harlow Shapley) to the lesser known: Henrietta Leavitt, who discovered the means to measure the vast dimensions of the cosmos . . . VestoSlipher, the first and unheralded discoverer of the universe’s expansion... Georges Lemaître, the Jesuit priest who correctly interpreted Einstein’s theories in relation to the universe... Milton Humason, who, with only an eighth-grade education, became a world-renowned expert on galaxy motions... and others.<br />Here is the watershed moment in our cosmic history, splendidly arising from the exceptional combination of human curiosity, intelligence, and enterprise<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity describes the effect of gravitation on the shape of space and the flow of time. But for more than four decades after its publication, the theory remained largely a curiosity for scientists; however accurate it seemed, Einstein’s mathematical code—represented by six interlocking equations—was one of the most difficult to crack in all of science. That is, until a twenty-nine-year-old Cambridge graduate solved the great riddle in 1963. Roy Kerr’s solution emerged coincidentally with the discovery of black holes that same year and provided fertile testing ground—at long last—for general relativity. Today, scientists routinely cite the Kerr solution, but even among specialists, few know the story of how Kerr cracked Einstein’s code.<br />FulvioMelia here offers an eyewitness account of the events leading up to Kerr’s great discovery. Cracking the Einstein Code vividly describes how luminaries such as Karl Schwarzschild, David Hilbert, and Emmy Noether set the stage for the Kerr solution; how Kerr came to make his breakthrough; and how scientists such as Roger Penrose, Kip Thorne, and Stephen Hawking used the accomplishment to refine and expand modern astronomy and physics. Today more than 300 million supermassive black holes are suspected of anchoring their host galaxies across the cosmos, and the Kerr solution is what astronomers and astrophysicists use to describe much of their behavior. <br />By unmasking the history behind the search for a real world solution to Einstein’s field equations, Melia offers a first-hand account of an important but untold story. Sometimes dramatic, often exhilarating, but always attuned to the human element, Cracking the Einstein Code is ultimately a showcase of how important science gets done. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  12. 12. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02.24/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/24/2010<br />General Relativity and the Einstein Equations<br />By Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat<br />2009 - 840 pgs<br />Quantum Leaps<br />By Jeremy Bernstein<br />2009 - 240 pgs<br />Bernstein, a former New Yorker staff writer and prolific popular-science author (Plutonium), embarks on an almost quixotic attempt to explain the mysteries of quantum mechanics. It's a daunting topic. The legendary nuclear physicist Niels Bohr once said, Those who are not shocked when they first come across quantum theory cannot possibly have understood it. Bernstein seamlessly interweaves the story of his own growing fascination with quantum theory and the people who were influential in nurturing his career with the theoretical conundrums that abound in quantum theory. He also is very eclectic in the sources he draws on to explain some of the more remarkable aspects of quantum theory: the Dalai Lama, W.H. Auden and the plays of Tom Stoppard all provide relevant points of interest. The scientific explanations that comprise much of the book—the problems of measurement and entanglement, how particles of energy and matter can become predictably correlated over great distances—are earnest and, because of the nature of the topic, unavoidably difficult for the uninitiated. But this is a labor of love, and serious science readers will find it worthwhile. (Oct.)<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />"Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat'sGeneral Relativity and the Einstein Equations stands out from the crowd and is a remarkable resource. Choquet-Bruhat and her guests explain many difficult points in the theory with a rigor and clarity not found anywhere else. But the book is also a refreshing exposition of what is not known: The reader will come away feeling that general relativity has many exciting aspects to it just waiting to be discovered.“<br />--Physics Today--<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  13. 13. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/24/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/24/2010<br />GRE Graduate Record Exam 2010-1011 Premier Editon<br />2010 - 492 pgs<br />Introduction to General Relativity <br />by Lewis Ryder<br />2009 - 216 pgs<br />'This superb and spirited modern introduction to Einstein's theory of gravitation covers all of the essential topics with admirable clarity. A penetrating discussion of the basic concepts of the theory is followed by a wonderfully lucid development of the mathematical formalism using modern differential geometry. Ample illustrations and problems enhance and complement the text; moreover, a generous list of references is provided at the end of each chapter for further reading. This scholarly yet accessible textbook is highly recommended for a course on general relativity.' BahramMashhoon, University of Missouri 'This book offers a lucid introduction to Einstein's theory of gravitation which is finally part of mainstream physics in many undergraduate final year options. The style is pedagogic and notable for a gentle but concise introduction to modern calculational tools in applied differential geometry along with traditional tensor calculus. The student will surely find the careful attention to detail in the many explicit computations of advanced topics (such as action principles, pseudo-tensors, gravito-magnetism and the Dirac equation in a curved space-time) of immense help in developing an understanding of general relativity. The book provides a welcome fresh approach for all students wishing to take the subject further .' -Robin Tucker, Lancaster University -<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Kaplan GRE Exam 2011 Premier with CD-ROM is a ground-breaking prep program that uses the latest technology and advanced Internet tools to maximize a student’s score. Along with the proven score-raising strategies and essential practice needed to achieve a top score, this invaluable guide offers exclusive free access to an interactive Online Companion with exceptional assets including: Video Mini-Lessons, in which Kaplan’s top tutors review the most important concept from each chapter in 3-4-minute video sessions; LiveOnline, a state-of-the-art online seminar, complete with audio, video, instant chat, whiteboards, and screen-sharing; bonus CD-ROM with additional offline practice; diagnostic quiz to target areas for score improvement; new practice quizzes every month; a customizable study plan and progress report. <br />This comprehensive preparation program also provides: the Kaplan-exclusive Q-Rater system, which rates the difficulty of practice questions; 5 full-length GRE Exam practice tests; sidebars with insider tips and tricks from high-scoring, expert instructors; a Quick Start Guide to streamline your test prep experience; hundreds of additional practice questions; and detailed answer explanations. <br />The GRE Exam is administered year-round in more than 3,500 test centers worldwide. Highest testing volume in the US occurs from October to December, with January to March as the second-highest volume period. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  14. 14. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/18/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/18/2010<br />Nuclear Physics : A Course Given by Enrico Fermi at the University of Chicago<br />2008<br />IPC 7351A : Generic Requirements for Surface Mount Land Pattern and Design Standard<br />Association Connecting Electronics Industries <br />2007<br />This popular document covers land pattern design for all types of passive and active components, including resistors, capacitors, MELFs, SSOPs, TSSOPs, QFPs, BGAs, QFNs and SONs. The standard provides printed board designers with an intelligent land pattern naming convention, zero component rotations for CAD systems, and three separate land pattern geometries for each component that allows the user to select a land pattern based on desired component density. Revision A now includes land pattern design guidance for lead free soldering processes, reflow cycle and profile requirements for components, and new component families such as numerous forms of chip array packages and "pull-back" QFN and SON devices. IPC-7351A includes both the standard and a IPC-7351A land pattern viewer from which to access component and land pattern dimensional data. <br />Replaces IPC 7351 <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This volume presents, with some amplification, the notes on the lectures on nuclear physics given by Enrico Fermi at the University of Chicago in 1949. "The compilers of this publication may be warmly congratulated. . . . The scope of this course is amazing: within 240 pages it ranges from the general properties of atomic nuclei and nuclear forces to mesons and cosmic rays, and includes an account of fission and elementary pile theory. . . . The course addresses itself to experimenters rather than to specialists in nuclear theory, although the latter will also greatly profit from its study on account of the sound emphasis laid everywhere on the experimental approach to problems. . . . There is a copious supply of problems."—Proceedings of the Physical Society "Only a relatively few students are privileged to attend Professor Fermi's brilliant lectures at the University of Chicago; it is therefore a distinct contribution to the followers of nuclear science that his lecture material has been systematically organized in a publication and made available to a much wider audience."—Nucelonics<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  15. 15. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/23/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/23/2010<br />ESD : Physics and Devices by Steven H. Voldman<br />2004 - 420 pgs<br />Fundamental Constants : A Mystery of Physics<br />by HaraldFritzsch<br />2009 - 216 pgs<br />The speed of light, the fine structure constant, and Newton's constant of gravity -- these are just three among the many physical constants that define our picture of the world. Where do they come from? Are they constant in time and across space? In this book, physicist and author HaraldFritzsch invites the reader to explore the mystery of the fundamental constants of physics in the company of Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and a modern-day physicist. The conversation that the three scientists are imagined to have provides an entertaining introduction to the constants and covers topics ranging from atomic, nuclear, and particle physics to astrophysics and cosmology<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This volume is the first in a series of three books addressing Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) physics, devices, circuits and design across the full range of integrated circuit technologies. ESD Physics and Devices provides a concise treatment of the ESD phenomenon and the physics of devices operating under ESD conditions. Voldman presents an accessible introduction to the field for engineers and researchers requiring a solid grounding in this important area. The book contains advanced CMOS, Silicon On Insulator, Silicon Germanium, and Silicon Germanium Carbon. In addition it also addresses ESD in advanced CMOS with discussions on shallow trench isolation (STI), Copper and Low K materials<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  16. 16. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/23/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/23/2010<br />Supersymmetry in Particle Physics <br />By Ian Aitchison<br />2007 - 236 pgs<br />LEP : The Lord of the Collider Rings at CERN 1980 – 2000 <br />by HerwigSchopper<br />2009 - 211 pgs<br />Housed by a 4 m diameter tunnel of 27 km circumference, with huge underground labs and numerous surface facilities, and set up with a precision of 0.1 mm per kilometer, the Large Electron-Positron Collider (LEP) was not only the largest but also one of the most sophisticated scientific research instruments ever created by Man. Located at CERN, near Geneva, LEP was built during the years 1983 - 1989, was operational until 2000, and corroborated the standard model of particle physics through continuous high precision measurements. <br />The Author, director-general of CERN during the crucial period of the construction of LEP, recounts vividly the convoluted decision-making and technical implementation processes - the tunnel alone being a highly challenging geo- and civil engineering project - and the subsequent extremely fruitful period of scientific research. Finally he describes the difficult decision to close down LEP, at a time when the discovery of the Higgs boson seemed within reach. <br />LEP was eventually dismantled in 2000, enabling the tunnel to be reused for building the next generation machine, the much more powerful Large Hadron Collider (LHC), an upgrade then called LEP3 and foreseen from the beginning. It became operational just as this account was being completed. <br />Written by the main protagonist responsible for making LEP a reality, this is the definitive inside story of a remarkable machine and the many thousands of scientists and engineers from around the world, whose efforts contributed to the new knowledge it produced<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />"If you are a physics student with good knowledge of quantum field theory or an experimentalist working on high-energy physics, and need a quick reference on supersymmetry (SUSY) on which you can find the rationale behind it, in addition to the most useful cross-section formulae, then the book by Ian Aitchison is probably the best choice for you. If you have no idea about SUSY but want (or need) to learn its basics, again this is a very good choice. " Diego Casadei, NYU and CERN "Attention is paid to making a clear presentation. In particular, the mathematical descriptions used throughout are easily accessible for anyone familiar with ordinary quantum field theory. In total, this book is an excellent and nearly ideal introduction to the topic of supersymmetry, highly recommendable to anyone who wishes to enter this field as a student or researcher, or for anyone who is only interested in understanding the ongoing discussions on supersymmetric theories." Axel Maas, Mathematical Reviews "Any student or practicing physicist who wants to learn about the phenomenological implications of TeV-scale supersymmetry without spending the time to master the more mathematical approaches to the subject would do well to acquire a copy of Supersymmetry in Particle Physics. It is a unique text that has value both on its own accord and as a supplement to larger and more comprehensive texts. This is indeed entry-level supersymmetry in its best and most practical sense." Lisa Everett, Physics Today <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  17. 17. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/23/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/23/2010<br />Complexity : A Guided Tour by Melanie Mitchell<br />2007 - 236 pgs<br />Finding the Big Bang<br />By P. James E. Peebles Lyman A. Page Jr.<br />R. Bruce Partridge<br />2009 - 596 pgs<br />Cosmology, the study of the universe as a whole, has become a precise physical science, the foundation of which is our understanding of the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR) left from the big bang. The story of the discovery and exploration of the CMBR in the 1960s is recalled for the first time in this collection of 44 essays by eminent scientists who pioneered the work. Two introductory chapters put the essays in context, explaining the general ideas behind the expanding universe and fossil remnants from the early stages of the expanding universe. The last chapter describes how the confusion of ideas and measurements in the 1960s grew into the present tight network of tests that demonstrate the accuracy of the big bang theory. This book is valuable to anyone interested in how science is done, and what it has taught us about the large-scale nature of the physical universe.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />“All theoretical models are wrong, but some are useful.” Both inevitable error and promising usefulness abound in the bold conceptual models that Mitchell surveys in exploring the nascent science of complexity. Readers will marvel at the sheer range of settings in which complex systems operate: from ant hills to the stock market, from T cells to Web searches, from disease epidemics to power outages, complexity challenges theorists’ intellectual adroitness. With refreshing clarity, Mitchell invites nonspecialists to share in these researchers’ adventures in recognizing and measuring complexity and then predicting its cascading effects. Concepts central to thermodynamics, information theory, and computer programming all come into focus in this foray into the recesses of complexity. Still, the analysis illuminates more than explanatory frameworks (such as network diagrams and genetic algorithms); piquant personalities (including Stephen Jay Gould and John von Neumann) also receive illuminating scrutiny. Though Mitchell acknowledges the doubts of skeptics, she still expresses hope that persistent complexity researchers will yet weld their disparate accomplishments into a coherent paradigm. Mind-expanding. --Bryce Christensen <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  18. 18. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/12/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/12/2010<br />Quantum Chromodynamics on the Lattice by ChristofGattringer & Christian B. Lang<br />2009 - 343pgs<br />Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB : for Engineers and Scientists by Steven C. Chapra<br />2008 - 588 pgs<br />Steven Chapra's second edition, "Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB for Engineers and Scientists", is written for engineers and scientists who want to learn numerical problem solving. This text focuses on problem-solving (applications) rather than theory, using MATLAB, and is intended for Numerical Methods users; hence theory is included only to inform key concepts. The second edition feature new material such as Numerical Differentiation and ODE's: Boundary-Value Problems. For those who require a more theoretical approach, see Chapra's best-selling "Numerical Methods for Engineers, 5/e (2006)", also by McGraw-Hill. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />The lattice formulation is at present the most successful approach to Quantum Chromodynamics - the theory of quarks and gluons. This book is intended for newcomers to the field and presents a clear and easy-to-follow path from the first principles all the way to actual calculations. It focusses on QCD and discusses mainly SU(3) lattice gauge theory, both with and without fermions. Numerical calculations in lattice field theory have now become the most effective approach for obtaining quantitative results, and thus three chapters include sections describing numerical techniques, as used in pure gauge theory, in quenched spectroscopy and in treating dynamical fermions.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  19. 19. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/03/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/03/2010<br />Five Decades of Research in Nuclear Science by John R. Huizenga<br />2009 - 251 pgs<br />HDL Programming Fundamentals : VHDL and Verilog<br />By NazeibM. Botros<br />2005 - 506 pgs<br />Advances in semiconductor technology continue to increase the power and complexity of digital systems. To design such systems requires a strong knowledge of Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), as well as the CAD tools required. Hardware Description Language (HDL) is an essential CAD tool that offers designers an efficient way for implementing and synthesizing the design on a chip. HDL Programming Fundamentals: VHDL and Verilog teaches students the essentials of HDL and the functionality of the digital components of a system. Unlike other texts, this book covers both IEEE standardized HDL languages: VHDL and Verilog. Both of these languages are widely used in industry and academia and have similar logic, but are different in style and syntax. By learning both languages students will be able to adapt to either one, or implement mixed language environments, which are gaining momentum as they combine the best features of the two languages in the same project. The text starts with the basic concepts of HDL, and covers the key topics such as data flow modeling, behavioral modeling, gate-level modeling, and advanced programming. Several comprehensive projects are included to show HDL in practical application, including examples of digital logic design, computer architecture, modern bioengineering, and simulation. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />What began as a journey into a largely unexplored region of the periodic table-rightly predicted to be a rich and fertile source of new chemical and nuclear information-quickly developed into a race for the discovery of new elements. A summary of more than forty years of work in the field, Five Decades of Research in Nuclear Science delves into the results of several projects in which John R. Huizenga played a key role. Huizenga's career began on the Manhattan Project and continued at the Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), where in 1949, he and his colleagues initiated a major program to produce transplutonium nuclei by multiple neutron capture in reactors. Following the first thermonuclear explosion in 1952, Huizenga participated in the discovery of the elements einsteinium and fermium found in its debris. At ANL, he studied extensively the nuclear properties and systematics of actinide nuclei. In 1967, Huizenga moved to the University of Rochester, where he investigated the excited states of actinide nuclei by reaction spectroscopy and the decay modes of actinide muonic atoms. He also made detailed studies of the energy dissipation, nucleon transfer, and microscopic time-scale associated with a new heavy-ion reaction process known as "strongly damped collisions." John R. Huizenga is Tracy H. Harris Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Physics at the University of Rochester<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  20. 20. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/07/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/07/2010<br />Accelerator Driven Subcritical Reactors <br />By H. Nifenecker<br />2003 - 316pgs<br />The Standard Model and Beyond <br />By Paul Langacker<br />2009 - 675 pgs<br />The Standard Model and Beyond presents an advanced introduction to the physics and formalism of the standard model and other non-abelian gauge theories. It provides a solid background for understanding supersymmetry, string theory, extra dimensions, dynamical symmetry breaking, and cosmology.<br />Thoroughly covering gauge field theories, symmetries, and topics beyond the standard model, this text equips readers with the tools to understand the structure and phenomenological consequences of the standard model, to construct extensions, and to perform calculations at tree level. It establishes the necessary background for readers to carry out more advanced research in particle physics.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Text describes the basic knowledge in nuclear, neutron, and reactor physics necessary for understanding the principles and implementation of accelerator driven subcritical nuclear reactors (ADSR). For students and practitioners in nuclear reactor technology<br /> To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  21. 21. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/18/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/16/2010<br />ASME BTH-1 2008 On-line “Design of Below the Hook Lifting Devices”<br />2008<br />IPC 7351A : Generic Requirements for Surface Mount Land Pattern and Design Standard<br />Association Connecting Electronics Industries <br />2007<br />This popular document covers land pattern design for all types of passive and active components, including resistors, capacitors, MELFs, SSOPs, TSSOPs, QFPs, BGAs, QFNs and SONs. The standard provides printed board designers with an intelligent land pattern naming convention, zero component rotations for CAD systems, and three separate land pattern geometries for each component that allows the user to select a land pattern based on desired component density. Revision A now includes land pattern design guidance for lead free soldering processes, reflow cycle and profile requirements for components, and new component families such as numerous forms of chip array packages and "pull-back" QFN and SON devices. IPC-7351A includes both the standard and a IPC-7351A land pattern viewer from which to access component and land pattern dimensional data. <br />Replaces IPC 7351 <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />BTH-1 provides minimum structural and mechanical design and electrical component selection criteria for ASME B30.20 below-the-hook lifting devices. The provisions in this Standard apply to the design or modification of below-the-hook lifting devices. Compliance with requirements and criteria that may be unique to specialized industries and environments is outside of the scope of this Standard. Lifting devices designed to this Standard shall comply with ASME B30.20, Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices. ASME B30.20 includes provisions that apply to the marking, construction, installation, inspection, testing, maintenance, and operation of below-the-hook lifting devices. ASME BTH-1 addresses only design requirements. As such, this Standard should be used in conjunction with ASME B30.20, which addresses safety requirements. ASME BTH-1 does not replace ASME B30.20. The design criteria set forth are minimum requirements that may be increased at the discretion of the lifting device manufacturer or a qualified person. <br />NOTE : Full-text, Site-wide, electronic access available for all of Fermilab.<br />Contact - library@fnal.gov for Access Information<br />
  22. 22. To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/10/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />02/03/2010<br />ASME B36.19M <br />On-line<br />“Stainless Steel Pipes”<br />2004<br />CASTI Guidebook to ASME B31.3 Process Piping – <br />5th Edition<br />2008<br />This Standard covers the standardization of dimensions of welded and seamless wrought stainless steel pipe for high or low temperatures and pressures. The word pipe is used, as distinguished from tube, to apply to tubular products of dimensions commonly used for pipeline and piping systems. Pipes NPS 12 (DN 300) and smaller have outside diameters numerically larger than their corresponding sizes. In contrast, the outside diameters of tubes are numerically identical to the size number for all sizes. The wall thicknesses for NPS 14 through 22, inclusive (DN 350-550, inclusive), of Schedule 10S; NPS 12 (DN 300) of Schedule 40S; and NPS 10 and 12 (DN 250 and 300) of Schedule 80S are not the same as those of ASME B36.10M. The suffix S in the schedule number is used to differentiate B36.19M pipe from B36.10M pipe. ASME B36.10M includes other pipe thicknesses that are also commercially available with stainless steel material <br />NOTE : Full-text, Site-wide, electronic access available for all of Fermilab.<br />Contact - library@fnal.gov for Access Information<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  23. 23. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/28/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/28/2010<br />Building a Project Work Breakdown Structure : Visualizing Objectives, Deliverables, Activities, and Schedules by Dennis P Miller<br />2008 - 264pgs<br />Out Look 2007 : Beyond the Manual <br />By Tony Campbell and Jonathan Hassell<br />2007 - 214 pgs<br />Step-by-step advancement industry professional Miller, a consultant to leading Fortune 500 companies, explains the keys to an effective WBS through an Eight Step Process. … hands-on volume that includes a practice section for each of the eight steps, providing readers with real examples of how Miller has successfully applied the process. Unlike other books in project management, Building a Project Work Breakdown Structure not only thoroughly shows readers what they can do, but shows them how to do it. … unique and comprehensive volume. <br /> – Business Economics -<br /> To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This book goes farther faster into Outlooks advanced capabilities than other books. It shows you how to take control of the flow of information and time in your life and use Outlook to keep better tabs on it. It helps you take the thinking out of e-mail management, the tedium out of appointments and meeting scheduling, and the "rottenness" out of manual tasks.<br />Doesnt waste time with introductory features <br />Highlights new Outlook 2007 capabilities and improvements <br />Discusses quick troubleshooting options so you dont wait on hold with your tech support group <br />Shows integration with other Office products (SharePoint, Word, etc.) <br />Includes a treatment of popular Outlook add-ins and add-ons <br />Shows programmatic/development capabilities of Outlook <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  24. 24. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/22/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/25/2010<br />Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists <br />By Amos Gilatand VishSubramaniam<br />2007 - 480pgs<br />Einstein’s Universe : Gravity at Work and Play by A. Zee<br />2001 - 320 pgs<br />On Albert Einstein's seventy-sixth and final birthday, a friend gave him a simple toy made from a broomstick, a brass ball attached to a length of string, and a weak spring. Einstein was delighted: the toy worked on a principle he had conceived fifty years earlier when he was working on his revolutionary theory of gravity--a principle whose implications are still confounding physicists today.Starting with this winning anecdote, Anthony Zee begins his animated discussion of phenomena ranging from the emergence of galaxies to the curvature of space-time, evidence for the existence of gravity waves, and the shape of the universe in the first nanoseconds of creation and today. Making complex ideas accessible without oversimplifying, Zee leads the reader through the implications of Einstein's theory and its influence on modern physics. His playful and lucid style conveys the excitement of some of the latest developments in physics, and his new Afterword brings things even further up-to-date. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Following a unique approach, this innovative book integrates the learning of numerical methods with practicing computer programming and using software tools in applications. It covers the fundamentals while emphasizing the most essential methods throughout the pages. Readers are also given the opportunity to enhance their programming skills using MATLAB to implement algorithms. They'll discover how to use this tool to solve problems in science and engineering. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  25. 25. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />1/06/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/12/2009<br />GALAXIES : A Very Short Introduction by John Gribbin<br />2008 - 144pgs<br />Perfect Rigor : A Genius & The Mathematical Breakthrough of the Century <br />By MashaGessen<br />2008 - 450 pgs<br />In 2006, an eccentric Russian mathematician named Grigori Perelman solved one of the world's greatest intellectual puzzles. The Poincare conjecture is an extremely complex topological problem that had eluded the best minds for over a century. In 1998, the Clay Institute in Boston named it one of seven great unsolved mathematical problems, and promised a million dollars to anyone who could find a solution. Perelman will likely be awarded the prize this fall, and he will likely decline it. Fascinated by his story, journalist MashaGessen was determined to find out why-CASTI Publishing - <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />In this fascinating Very Short Introduction, popular science writer John Gribben tells the story of our growing understanding of galaxies, from the days before Galileo to our present-day observations of our many hundreds of millions of galactic neighbors. Not only are galaxies fascinating astronomical structures in themselves, but their study has revealed much of what we know today about the cosmos, providing a window on the Big Bang and the origins of the Universe. Gribben looks at our own "Milky Way" Galaxy in detail, from the different kinds of stars that are born within it, to the origins of its magnificent spiral structure. Perhaps most interesting, Gribben describes the many exciting discoveries have been made about our own galaxy and about those beyond: how a supermassive black hole lurks at the center of every galaxy, how enormous forces are released when galaxies collide, how distant galaxies provide a window on the early Universe, and how the formation of young galaxies shed needed light on the mysteries of Cold Dark Matter. “-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  26. 26. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/04/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />01/04/2010<br />Statistics : A Very Short Introduction by David J. Hand<br />2008 - 144pgs<br />Logic : A Very Short Introduction by Graham Priest<br />2001 - 144pgs<br />Logic is often perceived as having little to do with the rest of philosophy, and even less to do with real life. In this lively and accessible introduction, Graham Priest shows how wrong this conception is. He explores the philosophical roots of the subject, explaining how modern formal logic deals with issues ranging from the existence of God and the reality of time to paradoxes of probability and decision theory. Along the way, the basics of formal logic are explained in simple, non-technical terms, showing that logic is a powerful and exciting part of modern philosophy. -AMAZON - <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Statistical ideas and methods underlie just about every aspect of modern life. From randomized clinical trials in medical research, to statistical models of risk in banking and hedge fund industries, to the statistical tools used to probe vast astronomical databases, the field of statistics has become centrally important to how we understand our world. But the discipline underlying all these is not the dull statistics of the popular imagination. Long gone are the days of manual arithmetic manipulation. Nowadays statistics is a dynamic discipline, revolutionized by the computer, which uses advanced software tools to probe numerical data, seeking structures, patterns, and relationships. This Very Short Introduction sets the study of statistics in context, describing its history and giving examples of its impact, summarizes methods of gathering and evaluating data, and explains the role played by the science of chance, of probability, in statistical methods. The book also explores deep philosophical issues of induction--how we use statistics to discern the true nature of reality from the limited observations we necessarily must make. .<br />-CASTI Publishing -<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  27. 27. To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />1/04/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />12/28/2009<br />Superconductivity : A Very Short Introduction by Stephen J. Blundell<br />2009 - 144pgs<br />Singular Integral Equations: Boundary Problems of Function Theory and Their Application to Mathematical Physics<br />By N.I. Muskhelishvili<br />2008 - 464 pgs<br />This high-level treatment by a noted mathematician considers one-dimensional singular integral equations involving Cauchy principal values. Intended for graduate students and professionals, its coverage includes such topics as the Hölder condition, Hilbert and Riemann-Hilbert problems, the Dirichlet problem, inversion formulas for arcs, and many other areas.<br />-AMAZON- <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br /> Superconductivity--the flow of electric current without resistance in certain materials as temperatures near absolute zero--is one of the greatest discoveries of 20th century physics, but it can seem impenetrable to those who lack a solid scientific background. Outlining the fascinating history of how superconductivity was discovered, and the race to understand its many mysterious and counter-intuitive phenomena, Stephen Blundell explains in accessible terms the theories that have been developed to explain it, and how they have influenced other areas of science, including the Higgs boson of particle physics and ideas about the early Universe. This Very Short Introduction examines the many strange phenomena observed in superconducting materials, the latest developments in high-temperature superconductivity, the potential of superconductivity to revolutionize the physics and technology of the future, and much more. It is a fascinating detective story, offering invaluable insights into some of the deepest and most beautiful ideas in physics today.<br />- AMAZON –<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  28. 28. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />1/06/2010<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />1/06/2010<br />Nothing : A Very Short Introduction <br />By Frank Close<br />20089 - 144pgs<br />Game Theory : A Very Short Introduction <br />By Ken Binmore<br />2007 - 144 pgs<br />Games are everywhere: Drivers maneuvering in heavy traffic are playing a driving game. Bargain hunters bidding on eBay are playing an auctioning game. The supermarket's price for corn flakes is decided by playing an economic game. This Very Short Introduction offers a succinct tour of the fascinating world of game theory, a ground-breaking field that analyzes how to play games in a rational way. Ken Binmore, a renowned game theorist, explains the theory in a way that is both entertaining and non-mathematical yet also deeply insightful, revealing how game theory can shed light on everything from social gatherings, to ethical decision-making, to successful card-playing strategies, to calculating the sex ratio among bees. With mini-biographies of many fascinating, and occasionally eccentric, founders of the subject--including John Nash, subject of the movie A BeautifulMind--this book offers a concise overview of a cutting-edge field that has seen spectacular successes in evolutionary biology and economics, and is beginning to revolutionize other disciplines from psychology to political science<br />-AMAZON- <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This short, smart book tells you everything you need to know about "nothing." What remains when you take all the matter away? Can empty space--"nothing"--exist? To answer these questions, eminent scientist Frank Close takes us on a lively and accessible journey that ranges from ancient ideas and cultural superstitions to the frontiers of current research, illuminating the story of how scientists have explored the void and the rich discoveries they have made there. Readers will find an enlightening history of the vacuum: how the efforts to make a better vacuum led to the discovery of the electron; the ideas of Newton, Mach, and Einstein on the nature of space and time; the mysterious aether and how Einstein did away with it; and the latest ideas that the vacuum is filled with the Higgs field. The story ranges from the absolute zero of temperature and the seething vacuum of virtual particles and anti-particles that fills space, to the extreme heat and energy of the early universe.<br />- AMAZON –<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  29. 29. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />12/16//09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />12/17/2009<br />Free : The Future of a Radical Price <br />By Chris Anderson<br />2009 - 288pgs<br />Relativity, Astrophysics and Cosmology <br />By RadojeBelusevic<br />(2 volume set) <br />2008 - 1122 pgs<br />The subjects of elementary particles, astrophysics and cosmology have become inextricably interconnected, which has led to great advances in our understanding of the universe. Written by an author with unique research experience at prestigious institutions, this self-contained text provides a comprehensive introduction to modern astrophysics and cosmology. The physical and mathematical concepts essential for a thorough understanding of the classical theory of fields are carefully developed. Some relevant aspects of thermodynamics, statistical physics and elementary particle physics are reviewed. Considerable emphasis is placed on the description of experimental techniques and results. <br />-AMAZON- <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Starred Review. In the digital marketplace, the most effective price is no price at all, argues Anderson (The Long Tail). He illustrates how savvy businesses are raking it in with indirect routes from product to revenue with such models as cross-subsidies (giving away a DVR to sell cable service) and freemiums (offering Flickr for free while selling the superior FlickrPro to serious users). New media models have allowed successes like Obama's campaign billboards on Xbox Live, Webkinz dolls and Radiohead's name-your-own-price experiment with its latest album. A generational and global shift is at play—those below 30 won't pay for information, knowing it will be available somewhere for free, and in China, piracy accounts for about 95% of music consumption—to the delight of artists and labels, who profit off free publicity through concerts and merchandising. Anderson provides a thorough overview of the history of pricing and commerce, the mental transaction costs that differentiate zero and any other price into two entirely different markets, the psychology of digital piracy and the open-source war between Microsoft and Linux. As in Anderson's previous book, the thought-provoking material is matched by a delivery that is nothing short of scintillating. (July)-Publishers Weekly-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  30. 30. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />12/30/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />12/30/2009<br />Collider : Search for the World’s Smallest Particles by Paul Halpern<br />2009 - 272pgs<br />Chaos : A Very Short Introduction by Leonard Smith<br />20087- 176 pgs<br />Halpern (What's Science Ever Done For Us?), professor of physics and mathematics, makes particle physics accessible in this look at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) "and the extraordinary discoveries likely to be made there." Beginning with the philosophers and scientists who shaped our understanding of the universe over centuries, Halpern explains complex topics and theories concisely, frequently drawing on deft analogies: the "fleeting nature of neutrinos is akin to a featherweight, constantly traveling politician... neutrinos never hang around long enough to make enough of an impact to serve as uniters." After tracing a path from Boyle and Newton through Mendeleev, Maxwell, Rutherford and Einstein, Halpern discusses modern discoveries and details the equipment utilized, from cloud chambers to various kinds of particle accelerators. The bulk of the text focuses on particle physics studies from the past four decades, in the U.S. at Fermilab and the costly but uncompleted Superconducting Super Collider, and in Europe at CERN in Switzerland (responsible for the LHC). Halpern makes the search for mysterious particles pertinent and exciting by explaining clearly what we don't know about the universe, and offering a hopeful outlook for future research. <br />Publishers Weekly-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Chaos exists in systems all around us. Even the simplest system can be subject to chaos, denying us accurate predictions of its behavior, and sometimes giving rise to astonishing structures of large-scale order. Here, Leonard Smith shows that we all have an intuitive understanding of chaotic systems. He uses accessible math and physics to explain Chaos Theory, and points to numerous examples in philosophy and literature that illuminate the problems. This book provides a complete understanding of chaotic dynamics, using examples from mathematics, physics, philosophy, and the real world, with an explanation of why chaos is important and how it differs from the idea of randomness. The author's real life applications include the weather forecast, a pendulum, a coin toss, mass transit, politics, and the role of chaos in gambling and the stock market. Chaos represents a prime opportunity for mathematical lay people to finally get a clear understanding of this fascinating concept-Amazon_<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  31. 31. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />12/07/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />12/09/2009<br />Neutrino Oscillations : Present Status and Future Plans<br />Jennifer A. Thomas (ed.) Patricia L Vahle (ed.)<br />2008 - 276pgs<br />Shift Register Sequences<br />By Solomon W. Golomb<br />1981 - 247 pgs<br />Shift register sequences are used in a broad range of applications, particularly in random number generation, multiple access and polling techniques, secure and privacy communication systems, error detecting and correcting codes, and synchronization pattern generation, as well as in modern cryptographic systems. The first edition of Shift Register Sequences, published in 1967, has been for many years the definitive work on this subject. In the revised edition, Dr. Golomb has added valuable supplemental material. The revised Edition contains a comprehensive bibliography of some 400 entries which cover the literature concerning the theory and applications of shift register sequences. Written in a clear and lucid style, Dr. Golomb's approach is completely mathematical with rigorous proofs of all assertions. The proofs, however, may be omitted without loss of continuity by the reader who is interested only in results. Dr. Golomb is considered one of the foremost experts in the world with respect to combinatorial and geometrical aspects of coded communications. -AMAZON- <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This book reviews the status of a very exciting field -- neutrino oscillations -- at a very important time. The fact that neutrinos have mass has only been proved in the last few years and the acceptance of that fact has opened up a whole new area of study to understand the fundamental parameters of the mixing matrix. The book summarizes the results from all the experiments which have played a role in the measurement of neutrino oscillations and briefly describes the scope of some new planned experiments. Contributions include a theoretical introduction by Stephen Parke from FNAL, as well as articles from all the major experimental groups who have been pivotal in uncovering the nature of the neutrino mass. <br />-AMAZON –<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  32. 32. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />11/30/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />11/30/2009<br />Ruby In a Nutshell <br />A Desktop Quick Reference <br />By Yukihiro Matsumoto<br />2001 - 230 pgs<br />The Ruby Programming Language<br />By David Flanagan & Yukihior Matsumoto<br />2008 - 446 pgs<br />The Ruby Programming Language documents the Ruby language definitively but without the formality of a language specification. It is written for experienced programmers who are new to Ruby, and for current Ruby programmers who want to challenge their understanding and increase their mastery of the language- AMAZON - <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Ruby is an absolutely pure object-oriented scripting language written in C and designed with Perl and Python capabilities in mind. While its roots are in Japan, Ruby is slowly but surely gaining ground in the U.S. The goal of Yukihiro Matsumoto, creator of Ruby and author of this book, is to incorporate the strengths of other languages like Perl, Python, Lisp, and Smalltalk. Ruby in a Nutshell is a practical reference guide to the features of Ruby, including the command line options, syntax, built- in variables, functions, and many commonly used classes and modules. The book covers the current stable version of Ruby (1.6), yet is applicable to the development version 1.7 and the next planned stable version 1.8. The Ruby language syntax is thoroughly discussed, along with the core functionality built into the standard Ruby interpreter, the built-in library, and the tools that come with Ruby, including the debugger, profiler, and irb (or interactive ruby.) - AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  33. 33. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />11/20/09<br />ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems – Requirements<br />4th Ed. - 2/11/15 - 27pgs<br />Learning with Python : How to think like a Computer Scientist<br />By Allen Downey<br />2009 - 278 pgs<br />"How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Learning with Python" is an introduction to computer science using the Python programming language. It covers the basics of computer programming, including variables and values, functions, conditionals and control flow, program development and debugging. Later chapters cover basic algorithms and data structures. .-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />ISO 9001:2008 specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and <br />aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. <br /> *NOTE - Hard Copy Shelved in Standards <br /> Also available On-line <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  34. 34. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />11/23/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />10/21/2009<br />CASTI Guidebook to ASME Section VIII Div. 1 Pressure Vessels<br />2008 - 368pgs<br />The Primordial Density Perturbation<br />By David H. Lythand Andrew R. Liddle<br />2009- 516 pgs<br />This graduate-level textbook gives a thorough account of theoretical cosmology and perturbations in the early Universe, describing their observational consequences and showing how to relate such observations to primordial physical processes, particularly cosmological inflation. With ambitious observational programs complementing ever-increasing sophistication in theoretical modeling, cosmological studies will remain at the cutting edge of astrophysical studies for the foreseeable future-AMAZON - <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Because the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code is presented with limited explanation, users of the Code who do not have an extensive scientific or engineering background may have question regarding the many rules of the Code and its minimalist nature. The intent of this Guidebook is to offer Code users a better understanding of the scope of Section VIII and to provide guidance on Code design considerations, fabrication, materials selection, inspection, testing, and much more. The authors of this Guidebook also explain some well established engineering practice that perhaps, because of its fundamental nature, is overlooked by many Code users.<br />-CASTI Publishing -To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  35. 35. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />11/11/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />11/11/2009<br />FORTRAN 95/2003 for Scientists and Engineers<br />By Stephen J. Chapman<br />2007 - 1008pgs<br />When the Universe Took a U-Turn<br />By B. G. Sidharth<br />2009- 200 pgs<br />This book addresses some of the baffling questions encountered at the final frontier of space and time related to particle physics and cosmology in the context of recent iconoclastic observations and developments. When particle physics stagnated in the early seventies, a new development emerged - String Theory. For the past 25 years, String Theory, popularly called the Theory of Everything, has mesmerized not just scientists, but also the general public. Yet a closer scrutiny today reveals that it is no more than a mathematical marvel. It has neither predicted anything nor has it been anywhere near verification. We are essentially where we were in the early seventies. Another chronic problem that Einstein had abandoned was the unified description of his theory of General Relativity that deals with the Universe at large and Electromagnetism which is to do with particles. Such a description is necessary even if it warrants a radical departure from our time-honoured ideas of space and time. A bright spot has now appeared in Cosmology. Iconoclastic observations in the past years have shown that the Universe is actually accelerating, driven by a mysterious Dark Energy. This book takes the lay reader through these uncharted waters and mind-boggling developments on an unimaginable journey from the ultra small to the farthest stretches conceivable, via such imagination defying concepts as extra dimensions and multiple universes. To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Chapman's Fortran for Scientists and Engineers is intended for both first year engineering students and practicing engineers. This text is the most current alternative for Fortran. It simultaneously teaches the Fortran 95/2003 programming language, structured programming techniques, and good programming practice. Among its strengths are its concise, clear explanations of Fortran syntax and programming procedures, the inclusion of a wealth of examples and exercises to help students grasp difficult concepts, and its explanations about how to understand code written for older versions of Fortran. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  36. 36. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />10/1309<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />10/12/09<br />Kaplan’s GRE Exam Advanced Math<br />2009 - 204pgs<br />The Strangest Man : The Hidden Life of Paul Dirac, Mystic of the Atom<br />By Graham Farmelo<br />2009 - 496 pgs<br />Starred Review. Paul Dirac (1902–1984) shared the Nobel Prize for physics with Erwin Schrödinger in 1933, but whereas physicists regard Dirac as one of the giants of the 20th century, he isn't as well known outside the profession. This may be due to the lack of humorous quips attributed to Dirac, as compared with an Einstein or a Feynman. If he spoke at all, it was with one-word answers that made Calvin Coolidge look loquacious . Dirac adhered to Keats's admonition that Beauty is truth, truth beauty: if an equation was beautiful, it was probably correct, and vice versa. His most famous equation predicted the positron (now used in PET scans), which is the antiparticle of the electron, and antimatter in general. In 1955, Dirac came up with a primitive version of string theory, which today is the rock star branch of physics. Physicist Farmelo (It Must Be Beautiful) speculates that Dirac suffered from undiagnosed autism because his character quirks resembled autism's symptoms. Farmelo proves himself a wizard at explaining the arcane aspects of particle physics. His great affection for his odd but brilliant subject shows on every page, giving Dirac the biography any great scientist deserves<br />- Publisher’s Weekly –<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />From the #1 provider of GRE test prep, Kaplan GRE Exam Advanced Math Workbook offers advanced math prep and exclusive GRE quantitative strategies to push students into top-percentile scores. For those who crave intensive study, this workbook offers advanced and exclusive strategies, the most challenging practice questions, and GRE information that will help them earn a top score on the quantitative section of the GRE. This workbook offers key strategies and extra practice for the exam’s hardest questions<br /><ul><li>AMAZON – </li></ul> To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  37. 37. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/28/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />10/8/09<br />Design Patterns CD<br />1998 - 1 CD-ROM<br />Beta Beams : Neutrino Beams<br />By Mats Lindroos and Mauro Mezzetto<br />2009 - 168 pgs<br />The beta-beam concept for the generation of electron neutrino beams was first proposed by PieroZucchelli in 2002. The idea created quite a stir, challenging the idea that intense neutrino beams only could be produced from the decay of pions or muons in classical neutrino beams facilities or in future neutrino factories. The concept initially struggled to make an impact but the hard work by many machine physicists, phenomenologists and theoreticians over the last five years has won the beta-beam a well-earned position as one of the frontrunners for a possible future world laboratory for high intensity neutrino oscillation physics. This is the first complete monograph on the beta-beam concept. The book describes both technical aspects and experimental aspects of the beta-beam, providing: students and scientists with an insight into the possibilities offered by beta-beams; facility designers with a starting point for future studies; and, policy makers with a comprehensive picture of the limits and possibilities offered by a beta-beam. <br />-AMAZON-To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Now the entire text of Design Patterns, Including all 23 classic patterns, is available on DC. This electronic version gives you instant access to the patterns fro your computer-locally, on the road, or across a network. Enhance your own documentation by linking it to specific patterns or by cutting and pasting. Produced in HTML format and equipped with a Java search engine, the CD is heavily cross-referenced and can be searched quickly for key words and phrases.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  38. 38. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />10/02/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/3/09<br />Kaplan’s TOEFL Vocabulary Quiz Book<br />2008 - 368pgs<br />Fundamentals of Interferometric Gravitational Wave Detectors<br />By Peter R. Saulson<br />1994 - 299 pgs<br />Gravitational waves were predicted by Einstein many years ago but have not yet been seen. This book is about the technology of the new generation of interferometric gravitational wave detectors now being built, such as the US LIGO (Laser Interferometric Gravitational-Wave Observatory) project. The book aims to make plain how these detectors function, and why it is reasonable to think that gravitational waves may be successfully detected. After an introduction to the physical and astronomical aspects of gravitational waves, the book concentrates on explaining the basic principles behind the detectors and discusses the strategies for utilizing them. All the required background in relativity, astronomy, optics and experimental physics techniques is developed within the text and anyone with an undergraduate knowledge of physics will be able to follow the arguments presented. The book should be of use not just to physicists and astronomers who wish to acquaint themselves with the subject, but also for use on courses in experimental physics. -AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Kaplan's TOEFL Vocabulary Quiz Book product features: *350 essential TOEFL vocabulary words, their definitions, and sample sentences in a unique flashcard format contained in a pocket-sized book <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  39. 39. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/29/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/29/09<br />Access 2007 for Starters : The Missing Manual<br />By Matthew MacDonald<br />2007 - 378pgs<br />Access 2007 : The Missing Manual<br />By Matthew MacDonald<br />2007 - 751 pgs<br />Access 2007: The Missing Manual was written from the ground up for this redesigned application. You will learn how to design complete databases, maintain them, search for valuable nuggets of information, and build attractive forms for quick-and-easy data entry. You'll even delve into the black art of Access programming (including macros and Visual Basic), and pick up valuable tricks and techniques to automate common tasks -- even if you've never touched a line of code before. You will also learn all about the new prebuilt databases you can customize to fit your needs, and how the new complex data feature will simplify your life. With plenty of downloadable examples, this objective and witty book will turn an Access neophyte into a true master.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This fast-paced book teaches you the basics of Access 2007 so you can start using this popular database program right away. You'll learn how to work with Access' most useful features to design databases, maintain them, search for valuable nuggets of information, and build attractive forms for quick-and-easy data entry.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  40. 40. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />8/21/2009<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />8/28/09<br />Beat Beams : Neutrino Beams<br />By Mats Lindroos and Mauro Mezzetto<br />2009 - 168 pgs<br />Essentials of Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering<br />By S. Selcuk Bayin<br />2008 - 802 pgs<br />Providing a solid foundation and overview of the various mathematical methods and applications in multidisciplinary research, Essentials of Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering is an excellent text for courses in physics, science, mathematics, and engineering at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. It also serves as a useful reference for scientists and engineers who would like a practical review of mathematical methods. -AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />The beta-beam concept for the generation of electron neutrino beams was first proposed by PieroZucchelli in 2002. The idea created quite a stir, challenging the idea that intense neutrino beams only could be produced from the decay of pions or muons in classical neutrino beams facilities or in future neutrino factories. The concept initially struggled to make an impact but the hard work by many machine physicists, phenomenologists and theoreticians over the last five years has won the beta-beam a well-earned position as one of the frontrunners for a possible future world laboratory for high intensity neutrino oscillation physics. This is the first complete monograph on the beta-beam concept. The book describes both technical aspects and experimental aspects of the beta-beam, providing: students and scientists with an insight into the possibilities offered by beta-beams; facility designers with a starting point for future studies; and, policy makers with a comprehensive picture of the limits and possibilities offered by a beta-beam. <br />-AMAZON- <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  41. 41. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/24/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/24/09<br />From Quarks to Black Holes: Progress in Understanding the Logic of Nature<br />Antonino Zichichi (ed.)<br />2005 - 600pgs<br />Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++ : Walls & Mirrors<br />By Frank M. Carrano<br />2006 - 992 pgs<br />The classic, best-selling Data Abstraction and Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors book provides a firm foundation in data abstraction that emphasizes the distinction between specifications and implementation as the basis for an object-oriented approach. This new edition offers the latest C++ features and an introduction to using Doxygen--a documentation generator for C++, enhanced coverage of Software Engineering concepts and additional UML diagrams. <br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />This volume is a unique report on the frontiers of sub nuclear physics presented by global specialists in a clear and rigorous style. The question of Lattice QCD is presented by R D Kenway, and that of Quark-Gluon Plasma Physics by F Karsch. Quantum Field theory is discussed by R G Dijkgraff, and the status of Local Super symmetry by M J Duff. Detailed analysis of Super symmetry in Nuclei is made by F Iachello, and that of Inflation, Dark Matter and Dark Energy by E W Kolb. Compactified dimensions are outlined by I Antoniadis, Horizons in the quantization of the gravitational force by Nobel Laureate G 't Hooft, as also are Neutrino Oscillations by G Fogli and Fundamental Constants by H Fritzsch. The experimental data from BNL and Babar are presented by T W Ludlum and M A Giorgi, those from Fermilab and Hera by Parke and G Wolf. The status at CERN is given by L Maiani for the LHC and by W-D Schlatter for the non-LHC experiments. Highlights from Gran Sasso are presented by A Bettini. This volume also contains reports by a selected group of "new talents" on various topics in the field of sub nuclear physics<br />“To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  42. 42. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/18/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/24/09<br />Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++<br />By Mark Allen Weiss<br />2006 - 586pgs<br />Kaplan TOEFL iBT with DC-ROM<br />2009 - 416 pgs<br />The TOEFL iBT tests your abilities in Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. Kaplan’s TOEFL iBT with CD-ROM presents the most important language skills and strategies you need to succeed on this test. The TOEFL is required worldwide for international students who want to study abroad.   <br />Kaplan’s comprehensive guide gives you exactly what you will need to get ready for test day, including:  4 full-length practice tests on CD-ROM* with detailed answer explanations Focused practice for each section of the test Listening practice on CD-ROM*,with complete transcripts in the book Exclusive score-raising tips and strategiesfor each language skill: Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking Effective study tips for advanced ESL students<br />-AMAZON-<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Mark Allen Weiss' innovative approach to algorithms and data structures teaches the simultaneous development of sound analytical and programming skills for the advanced data structures course. Readers learn how to reduce time constraints and develop programs efficiently by analyzing the feasibility of an algorithm before it is coded. The C++ language is brought up-to-date and simplified, and the Standard Template Library is now fully incorporated throughout the text. This Third Edition also features significantly revised coverage of lists, stacks, queues, and trees and an entire chapter dedicated to amortized analysis and advanced data structures such as the Fibonacci heap. Known for its clear and friendly writing style, Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++ is logically organized to cover advanced data structures topics from binary heaps to sorting to NP-completeness. Figures and examples illustrating successive stages of algorithms contribute to Weiss' careful, rigorous and in-depth analysis of each type of algorithm. <br />“To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  43. 43. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/17/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/17/09<br />Introduction to HTML and JavaScript<br />By David R. Brooks<br />2007 - 200pgs<br />HTML in Easy Steps<br />By Mike McGrath<br />2009 - 196 pgs<br />HTML in Easy Steps begins with a brief history of HTML and then explains the basic structure of a modern HTML document. The book describes how to incorporate information about a document within its "head" section before moving on to demonstrate how to add its "body" content. Examples show how Cascading Style Sheets can control a webpage's appearance, and readers learn how to create webpages that display text, images, lists, tables, hyperlinks, forms, and multimedia with Windows Media Player, Java Applets, Flash movies, Real Player, and QuickTime. No previous knowledge of any markup language is required for this book, making it ideal for newbies. Each chapter builds on the previous one, so that by the end readers have a thorough understanding of HTML and can create their own interactive websites. This sixth edition is updated for Web 2.0 and includes new examples and screenshots illustrating each aspect of HTML.<br />- AMAZON -<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />JavaScript continues to be widely used for simple online applications. This book presents HTML and JavaScript in a way that uniquely meets the needs of students in engineering and the sciences. The author shows how to create simple client-side applications for scientific and engineering calculations. Complete HTML/JavaScript examples with science/engineering applications are used throughout to guide the reader comprehensively through the subject. This book is specifically targeted at a technical audience, but not one that is necessarily familiar with a programming language, and gives the reader a sufficient understanding of HTML and JavaScript to write their online applications. This book emphasises basic programming principles in a modern Web-oriented environment, making it suitable for an introductory programming course for non-computer science majors. It is also ideal for self-study. There is a supplementary website for this book containing code examples and all graphics files. <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  44. 44. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/16/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/16/09<br />The Washington Directory<br />2009-2010<br />2009 - 1025pgs<br />Faust in Copenhagen : A Struggle for the Soul of Physics<br />2009 - 320 pgs<br />Segrè (A Matter of Degrees) once again applies a human scale to important physics topics in a way that's as informative and accessible as it is appealing. Beginning in 1929, Niels Bohr hosted an annual gathering in Copenhagen for his fellow physicists, where they joked and argued about the new theory of quantum mechanics. Tradition demanded that the younger physicists entertain with a skit, and in 1932, the centenary of Goethe's death, the entertainment was Max Delbrück's parody of Faust, with the proponents of classical physics and the new quantum mechanics fighting for primacy. The discovery of the neutron and the positron had disturbed classical atomic theory, while quantum mechanics raised troubling issues, such as how one could find the true position of an electron and how the photon could be both a particle and a wave. Segrè brings the scientists and their ideas to vivid life, from convivial Bohr and iconoclastic Wolfgang Pauli (nicknamed "Scourge of God"), to emotionally guarded Werner Heisenberg, gracious Lise Meitner, reclusive Paul Dirac and others, as well as the consequences of their discoveries. For after 1932 came Hitler and WWII, and a new physics that could never be as intimate, or as innocent, as it had once been. (June 18)<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />Washington Information Directory (WID) is the essential one-stop source for information on U.S. governmental and nongovernmental organizations. WID provides capsule descriptions that help users quickly and easily find the right person at the right organization.<br />- AMAZON -<br />“To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  45. 45. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/14/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/15/09<br />Spring Into HTML and CSS<br />By Molly E. Holzschlag<br />2005 - 336pgs<br />ASME B1.1-2003<br />American Society of Mechanical Engineers<br />2003 - 188 pgs<br />This Standard specifies the thread form, series, class, allowance, tolerance, and designation for unified screw threads. (In order to emphasize that unified screw threads are based on inch modules, they may be denoted unified inch screw threads.) Several variations in thread form have been developed for unified threads; however, this Standard covers only UN and UNR thread forms. For easy reference, a metric translation of this Standard has been incorporated as Nonmandatory Appendix C. Nonmandatory Appendices A through E contain useful information that is supplementary to the sections of this Standard. - TECHSTREET - <br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />The fastest route to true HTML/CSS mastery! Need to build a web site? Or update one? Or just create some effective new web content? Maybe you just need to update your skills, do the job better. Welcome. This book's for you. We'll leverage what you already know about the web, so you'll go further, faster than you ever expected. You'll master today's best practices: the real nuts and bolts, not theory or hooey. You'll learn through dozens of focused HTML, XHTML, and CSS examples: crafted for simplicity and easy to adapt for your own projects. Need specific solutions? This book's modular, visual, high-efficiency format delivers them instantly. Molly E. Holzschlag draws on her unparalleled experience teaching Web design and development. No other HTML/CSS guide covers this much, this well, this quickly. Dig in, get started, get results! * All you need to succeed with HTML, XHTML, and CSS in real-world projects * Learn how to build web pages that'll work in any environment, on virtually any contemporary browser * Construct templates that simplify every page you develop * Structure and tag text so it's easy to work with and manage * Add images, media, and scripts--quickly and reliably * Discover the right ways to use HTML tables * Build easy-to-use forms and validate your users' input * Use CSS to take total control over your site's look and feel * Master core CSS techniques: color, images, text styles, link effects, lists, navigation, and more * Control margins, borders, padding, positioning, floats, even Z-index * Design efficient, compatible, easy-to-manage CSS layouts Includes concise XHTML and CSS annotated references: quick help for every language element Spring Into...is a new series of fast-paced tutorials from Addison-Wesley.<br />To reserve this book, e-mail library@fnal.gov<br />
  46. 46. NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/8/09<br />NEW ITEM AT FERMILAB LIBRARY<br />9/8/09<br />Age of Wonder : How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science<br />By Richard Holmes<br />2009 - 576 pgs<br />Radioactivity : Introduction and History<br />By Michael F. L’Annunziata<br />2007 - 632 pgs<br />"This work provides an overview of the many interesting aspects of the science of radioactive decays, including in-depth chapters tha
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