Guide to resources for the Mathematics and Computer Science Programs

- A to Z of mathematics : a basic guideCall Number: UMSL TJ REF LEVEL 3 QA93 .S49 2002
- CRC concise encyclopedia of mathematicsCall Number: UMSL TJ REF LEVEL 3 QA5 .W45 2003
- CRC Handbook of Chemistry and PhysicsCall Number: UMSL TJ REF DESK QD65 .H3The standard ready-reference source for chemical and physical data. Major sections are: mathematical tables, elements and inorganic compounds, organic compounds, and general physical constants. Use the index for easier access to topics.
- Handbook of discrete and combinatorial mathematicsCall Number: UMSL TJ REF LEVEL 3 QA164 .H36 2000A comprehensive collection of ready reference material for all of the important areas of discrete mathematics, including those essential to its applications in computer science and engineering.
- Handbook of Mathematical Formulas and Integrals by Alan Jeffrey; Hui Hui DaiCall Number: UMSL TJ REF LEVEL 3 QA47 .J38 2008ISBN: 9780123742889Publication Date: 2008-02-28Fourth Edition (UMSL has both online and print)
- Handbook of mathematical functions with formulas, graphs, and mathematical tablesCall Number: UMSL TJ REF LEVEL 3 QA3 .U5Also see the NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions. A scan of the 1972 reprint is freely available: https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED250164
- NIST Digital Library of Mathematical FunctionsAn online companion to the NIST Handbook of Mathematical Functions that presents the same technical information along with extensions and innovative interactive features.
- Oxford user's guide to mathematicsCall Number: UMSL TJ REF LEVEL 3 QA410 .T4813 2004
- Princeton companion to mathematicsCall Number: UMSL TJ REF LEVEL 3 QA11.2 .P745 2008UMSL has both online & print copies.

Nearly 200 entries, written especially for this book by some of the worlds leading mathematicians, that introduce basic mathematical tools, terms, concepts, and core ideas. - Principles of Computer Science by Salem Press (Editor)Call Number: OnlineISBN: 9781682171394Publication Date: 2016-11-30The newest volume in Salem Press' Principles series, Principles of Computer Science provides students with an overview of the fundamentals of this popular field. Designed to provide users with a solid, easy-to-understand background to the key terms and subject matter of computer science, this volume introduces users to: Robotics Biometrics 3D Printing CPU Design Electronic Circuits Cryptography Software Internet Privacy Cloud Computing Digital Forensics Mobile Apps Computer Animation Programming ... and so much more . Principles of Computer Science is a helpful tool for students beginning to study computer science. This volume brings together the terms, concepts and applications into one accessible, comprehensive source that will provide a solid foundation for study and growth in the field. A must for all high school and undergraduate computer science programs.
- Principles of Programming and Coding by Donald Franceschetti (Editor)Call Number: OnlineISBN: 9781682176764Publication Date: 2018-07-30This new volume makes sense of the jumble of techno-jargon and programming acronyms for high school and undergraduate students. More than 125 entries explain the fundamental concepts, popular languages, systems, and protocols that go into computer programming and coding.

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