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ACM Press. 1990. Resources in human-computer interaction. New York, NY: ACM Press. Resources in computing. 1197 p. Hbk.


Alexander, Howard W. 1961. Elements of mathematical statistics. New York: Wiley. Wiley publication in mathematical statistics. 367 p. Hbk.


American National Standards Institute. 1975. American national standard: code extension techniques for use with the 7-bit coded character set of American national standard code for information interchange. New York: The Institute. ANSI X3.41-1974. 32 p. Pbk. 2 copies.


Bartee, Edwin M. 1968. Engineering experimental design fundamentals. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. 399 p. Hbk.


Basaran, Ali Kadir Temel. 1976. A mathematical model for simulating water quality under non-steady state conditions. Raleigh: North Carolina State University. 165 leaves. Pbk.


Bendat, Julius S., and Allan G. Piersol. 1980. Engineering applications of correlation and spectral analysis. New York: Wiley. 302 p. Hbk.


Borisenko, A. I., and Ivan Evgenʹevich Tarapov. 1979. Vector and tensor analysis with applications. New York: Dover Publications. Rev. English ed. 257 p. Pbk.


Brebbia, C. A. 1978. Recent advances in boundary element methods. London: Pentech Press. 424 p. Hbk.


Brebbia, C. A. 1978. The boundary element method for engineers. London: Pentech Press. 189 p. Hbk. 2 copies available.


Chatfield, Christopher. 1978. Statistics for technology: a course in applied statistics. London: Chapman and Hall. 2nd ed. Science paperbacks – 114. 370 p. Pbk.


Cramér, Harald. 1946. Mathematical methods of statistics. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Princeton mathematical series, 9. 575 p. Hbk.


Ditlevsen, Ove. 1981. Uncertainty modeling with applications to multidimensional civil engineering systems. New York: McGraw-Hill International Book Co. 412 p. Hbk.


Dowdy, S. M., and Stanley Wearden. 1991. Statistics for research. New York: Wiley. Wiley series in probability and mathematical statistics, Applied probability and statistics. 2nd ed. 629 p. Hbk.


Draper, Norman Richard, and Harry Smith. 1966. Applied regression analysis. New York: Wiley. 407 p. Hbk. 2 copies.


Feller, William. 1968. An introduction to probability theory and its applications: Volume I. New York: Wiley. 3rd ed. Wiley series in probability and mathematical statistics. Hbk.


Ferziger, Joel H. 1981. Numerical methods for engineering application. New York: Wiley. 270 p. Hbk.


Fox, L. 1965. An introduction to numerical linear algebra, with exercises. New York: Oxford University Press. Monographs on numerical analysis. 327 p. Hbk.


Gantmakher, F. R. 1959. Applications of the theory of matrices. New York: Interscience Publishers. 317 p. Hbk.


Greenwood, J. Arthur, and H. O. Hartley. 1962. Guide to tables in mathematical statistics. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. 1014 p. Hbk.


Gumbel, Emil Julius. 1958. Statistics of extremes. New York: Columbia University Press. 375 p. Hbk.


Hahn, Gerald J., and Samuel S. Shapiro. 1967. Statistical models in engineering. New York: Wiley. Wiley series on systems engineering and analysis. 355 p. Hbk.


Hansen, Morris H. 1953. Sample survey methods and theory. New York: Wiley. Wiley publications in stastistics. Vol. 2 – Theory. Hbk.


Hines, William W., and Douglas C. Montgomery. 1980. Probability and statistics in engineering and management science. New York: Wiley. 2nd ed. 634 p. Hbk.


Hoel, Paul G. 1954. Introduction to mathematical statistics. New York: Wiley. Wiley publications in statistics. 2nd ed. 331 p. Hbk.


International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability to Soil and Structural Engineering, and P. Lumb. 1972. Statistics and probability in civil engineering; proceedings. [Hong Kong]: Hong Kong University Press. 675 p. Pbk.


Johnson, Norman Lloyd, and Fred C. Leone. 1967. Statistics and experimental design: in engineering and the physical sciences. New York: J. Wiley. 1st corrected printing. V. 2. Analysis of variance (I): construction and use of model, design and analysis , etc. Hbk. 2 copies.


Laurel, Brenda. 1991. Computers as theatre. Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley Pub. 211 p. Hbk.


McDowall, R. D. 1987. Laboratory information management systems: concepts, integration, and implementation. Wilmslow, U.K.: Sigma Press. 383 p. Hbk.


Miller, Irwin, and John E. Freund. 1965. Probability and statistics for engineers. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. Prentice-Hall mathematics series. 432 p. Hbk.


Morgan, Alexander. 1987. Solving polynomial systems using continuation for engineering and scientific problems. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. 546 p. Hbk.


Norrie, D. H., and Gerard De Vries. 1973. The finite element method: fundamentals and applications. New York: Academic Press. 322 p. Hbk.


Reklaitis, G. V., A. Ravindran, and K. M. Ragsdell. 1983. Engineering optimization: methods and applications. New York: Wiley. 684 p. Hbk.


Richards, J. W. 1966. Introduction to graphs and nomograms. London: Heywood Books. 162 p. Hbk.


Sullivan, Joseph W., and Sherman W. Tyler. 1991. Intelligent user interfaces. New York, N.Y.: ACM Press. ACM Press frontier series. 472 p. Hbk.