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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «A.E.»
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Applied Optimal Control: Optimization, Estimation and Control
This best-selling text focuses on the analysis and design of complicated dynamics systems.
An introductory text on laser physics features an emphasis on basic laser principles and theory, without requiring a quantum mechanical background.
After escaping extermination by the humans, young Jommy Cross searches for the meaning of the Slans' great mental superiority
Titan A.E.: a novel. Cale's story
Cale Tucker, whose father escaped from Earth on the starship Titan, grows up a refugee under the care of an alien guardian, one step ahead of the Drej, who know something Cale doesn't--that he has the secret that will save the human race.
Kevin J. Anderson, Rebecca Moesta, 2000
Collects poems on a variety of topics, including the joys and anxieties of marriage and motherhood.
The Classical Papers of A. E. Housman:
The Kleine Schriften of great scholars are among the most important and useful tools of the classicist's trade. This edition will be of the first importance among such collections and will provide an essential work of reference.
Blueprint Reading for Welders
This latest edition incorporates changes that reflect the most current weld symbols, dimensioning practices, and specifications used on prints, so readers can feel confident they are getting cutting-edge information that they can easily ...
A.E. Bennett, Louis Siy, 2008
For this second edition, the authors added material on thermodynamics, as well as a new chapter dealing with methods of deriving membrane theory, inextensional theory, and bending theory, by asymptotic expansions of the three-dimensional ...
A. E. Green, Wolfgang Zerna, 2002
The Collected Poems of A. E. Housman
Presents the texts, authorized in 1939, of the modern British writer's poems and classical translations, providing insight into his literary style and concerns
Hapax is ancient Greek for "once, once only, once and for all," and "onceness" pervades this second book of poems by American expatriate poet A. E. Stallings.