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  • Author:
    Y. W. Lee
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    0486438902
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    978-0486438900
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    Dover Publications (December 17, 2004)
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    528 pages
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full book description) John Wiley and Sons, In. New York, NY, 1960. Lee, Y. W. Published by Dover Publications (2004). ISBN 10: 0486438902 ISBN 13: 9780486438900.

full book description) John Wiley and Sons, In. DJ moderately chipped, torn head and foot of spine, slightly worn along vertical edges & rubbed on covers, ink owner name on front endpaper, .

Starting with a survey of basic statistical mechanics, the treatment proceeds to examinations of the one-dimensional Ising model, the mean field model, the Ising model on the Bethe lattice, and the spherical model.

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An Introduction to Information Theory (Dover Books on Mathematics). Excellent classical book for statistical theory of communication.

Statistical Theory of Communication Hardcover – December 1, 1960. by. Yuk Wing Lee (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. An Introduction to Information Theory (Dover Books on Mathematics).

The author, a former professor of electrical engineering at MIT, was co-inventor of the synthesis of electric networks in the time domain and the frequency domain by means of orthonormal functions. Y. Lee. Wiley, New York, 1960. xvii + 509 pp. Illus. Lee, Yuk Wing, 1904-.

It is published by Taylor & Francis in three series, Theory and Methods, Simulation and Computation, and Case Studies, Data Analysis and Applications. This series started publishing in 1970, and publishes papers related to statistical theory and methods. It publishes 20 issues each year

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This clear and rigorous introduction offers a systematic account that covers all of the theory's basic elements. The author, a former professor of electrical engineering at MIT, was co-inventor of the synthesis of electric networks in the time domain and the frequency domain by means of orthonormal functions.  252 figures.