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This significant book by Gary M. Sandquist introduces you to the recognition, definition, quantitative modeling, approximation, analysis, and evaluation of rational systems. The book explores the mathematical treatment of single and multiple input/output systems for continuous and discrete system models, presents the essential methods required to quantitatively establish system models, provides the important methods for analyzing and evaluating all systems, and includes significant examples of system models from a broad range of fields.
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This significant new book by Gary M. Sandquist introduces you to the recognition, definition, quantitative modeling, approximation, analysis, and evaluation of rational systems. The fundamental approach to system science developed in this book is base upon the principal of causality and is applicable to all quantitative systems.
With this book you will be able to establish the essential perceptions and skills needed to approach any rational system with confidence and competence. Because the author emphasizes quantitative system science, you will need a basic background and skill in mathematics including: ordinary and some partial differential equations, and basic definitions and operations with matrices.
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The author is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Utah where he directed the Nuclear Engineering Program for over 4 decades. He has published over 700 scientific and technical papers, reports, and presentations.
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Book Description Prentice Hall. Hardcover. Condition: New. 013498692X New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.3130618