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It is highly reccomended for undergraduate students. It is ..., 21 Sept. 2014
It is highly reccomended for undergraduate students. It is full of examples that clarifies very well the basic concepts regarding engineering vibration. Matlab and mathematica codes are also available at the end of each chapter.









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I highly reccomend this book for undergraduate students who are ..., 21 Sept. 2014
I highly reccomend this book for undergraduate students who are attending a dynamic and vibration course that involves topics concerning random vibration. It is crystal clear and explains in a simple way the most important concepts behind random vibration.









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Five Stars, 21 Sept. 2014
Best comic novel I've ever read. The captions and the illustrations are amazing.The story is perfectly written.









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It clarifies fairly good the basic concept of chaos with simple examples, 21 Sept. 2014
a very comprehensive book about the origin of the caos theory and its further developments. It clarifies fairly good the basic concept of chaos with simple examples. Personally, I bought this book only to get an introduction to the topic. Finally, it was a good idea..









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I highly reccomend this book for people who are starting ..., 21 Sept. 2014
I highly reccomend this book for people who are starting a PhD or a postdoc in topics involving dynamic and vibration stuffs. I would not reccomend this book for undergraduates students.









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full of good examples, easy to understand and it covers fairly ..., 21 Sept. 2014
it should be a must for students whi are facing a dynamic and vibration course. Well written, full of good examples, easy to understand and it covers fairly good all the basic topics concerning mechanical vibration









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Feynman = Physics, 23 May 2014
Feynman's books are the best ones to learn Physics, or rather to learn how to manage a physical problem, that does not depend on how many formulas we know. Basically, Feynman teaching's method is not based on explaining all the formulas or all the mathemtical derivation, but he tries is to teach how to think about a physical problem. I strongly suggest to every student who is attending a Physic course to read "Tips on Physics". It is a pleasure to read and helps to figure out the most important physical concept that a student should have. At the end of the book, there are some nice and challenging exercises. It is not possible to learn Physics without doing exercises!

