Full chapters are devoted to compartmental problems, regulation and oscillation of feedback control systems, numerical methods, diffusion processes, blood flow measurements, curve fitting, and the use of tracers. Unlike most mathematical texts, this book avoids engineering terminology since it is often unfamiliar to biologists. A problem section is included at the end of each chapter, with problems ranging from relatively simple to fairly challenging. Fully worked-out solutions are included for some of the problems.
This new fourth edition includes an updated preface and an appendix with sample programs.
Originally published in LOVE IS MURDER (2013),
edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown.
In this forceful Thriller Short, bestselling author William Simon opens the door on the inner workings of the FBI’s Violent Crimes Unit and answers this question—when the FBI needs help, who does it call? Outside consultant Nicholas White answers an FBI summons on a special-incident case. Three agents are dead—all killed in the line of duty protecting a special little girl who some of the worst people in the world are eager to acquire. Cyber technology alone won’t save this child. It’s up to Nicholas to determine what will and to work closely with his ex-wife to bring the child home. Don’t miss any of these Thriller Shorts from Love Is Murder:Diamond Drop by Roxanne St. ClaireCold Moonlight by Carla NeggersPoisoned by Beverly BartonSpeechless by Robert BrowneLockdown by Andrea KaneSpider’s Tango by William SimonNight Heat by Laura GriffinB.A.D. Mission by Sherrilyn KenyonDeadly Fixation by Dianna LoveHot Note by Patricia RosemoorLast Shot by Jon Land & Jeff AyersGrave Danger by Heather GrahamWithout Mercy by Mariah StewartEven Steven by D.P. LyleDying to Score by Cindy GerardThe Number of Man by J.T. EllisonHard Drive by Bill FloydAfter Hours by William BernhardtBlood In, Blood Out by Brenda NovakWed to Death by Vicki HinzeThe Honeymoon by Julie KennerExecution Dock by James MacomberIn Atlantis by Alexandra SokoloffBreak Even by Pamela CallowDirty Down Low by Debra WebbBroken Hallelujah by Toni McGee CauseyHolding Mercy by Lori ArmstrongVacation Interrupted by Allison BrennanI Heard a Romantic Story by Lee Child
This volume confronts the myths and the realities of the sexual revolution in America. As such it helps explain the limits as well as the goals of a new generation in search of new standards of conduct.
By William F. Simon
William F. Simon's The Work is an insightful story of the life of an alcoholic as he struggles with his addiction while searching for something to believe in. He shares anecdotes of his life growing up, and how he thinks his addiction came about. The events are not outlandish and could happen to anyone, though, possibly with different results.
At one point, the author becomes aware of something known as the 'Law of Attraction,' the premise of which is to ask, believe, and receive. He proceeds to describe the exact process, including the forming of string vibrations (thought energy) to be sent to the Universe, with the belief that the Universe will answer by providing that which is desired. He also shows a likeness to this same premise from the Bible, wherein you ask the Heavenly Father through prayer, believe, and receive with gratitude to God.
Whether you are 'religious' or simply 'spiritual' you will be able to see how these practices can affect lives, particularly those suffering from substance abuse addictions.
With 1.1 billion residents and the fastest growing free market economy, the world’s largest democracy is poised to dominate the world stage. Vinay Rai, one of India’s top businessmen and philanthropists, gives an insider’s view into his country’s dynamic transformation and meteoric rise. With the economy soaring at eight percent a year, India is a medical and pharmaceutical frontrunner, an R&D powerhouse, a rising manufacturing hub, and an up-and-coming cultural trendsetter from fashion to film. Rai also explores what impact this stunning growth will have on the United States in terms of business development and foreign policy, especially regarding China, with which India shares a border. Think India is fascinating and essential reading for forward-thinking businesspeople and anyone who wants to understand India’s new muscle on the global stage.