math & physics
bookinquiry at May 31st, 2012 02:49 — #1
Have you ever used any good workable materials? (lecture notes, books or internet materials)
Different subjects/ topics are welcome. I want to follow other people' track to learn.
There are numerous publications and internet materials, few of them are workable.
reedbeta at May 31st, 2012 03:14 — #2
BookInquiry, I don't know what you mean by "workable"; I think something got lost in translation. Can you explain more?
bookinquiry at May 31st, 2012 04:52 — #3
Even there are numerous science & maths learning materials; many are difficult to learn from. If you had nearly 100% finished a book or a set of materials(lecture notes or internet materials), it means that this set of materials are "workable". Could there be chance for others to follow your tracks to learn. K. A. Stroud and James Stewart are of this kind. But at most important is all the suggestions are your favorites.
geon at May 31st, 2012 08:20 — #4
Even more confusing...
> If you had nearly 100% finished a book or a set of materials(lecture notes or internet materials)
Do you want books that are not yet completed?
> Could there be chance for others to follow your tracks to learn.
Do you just want to know what books we like?
alphadog at June 1st, 2012 09:39 — #5
Have you ever used any good workable materials?
Does Play-Doh count? It's a good, workable material. As Reedbeta says, I'm confused by your use of "workable material".
Just start looking for game developer blogs. That's the best "workable material" if you "want to follow other people' track to learn".