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The text, published first in 1973 by Edizioni Kappa, was now adapted to the book of lessons published in 2010 for publishing COMPOMAT. It is not just a collection of exercises but a rational set of problems, with increasing levels of difficulty, aimed at presenting the various resolution methods that you can use. It does not presume to exhaust all the possible combinations, but the over thirty years of use has confirmed the validity of teaching. It is designed for students of Engineering but has enough ideas and mathematical techniques can also be used profitably in the Faculty of Science. It is then enriched with more than 100 pages dedicated to examining issues proposed, in 1987, students of degree courses in Engineering at Sapienza University of Rome.
Pietro Benvenuti (1933-2002), Professor of Theoretical Mechanics Professor of Mechanical Engineering has held courses Rational, Mathematical Physics, Analysis, Functional Analysis. His fields of research were different but mainly focused on information theory.
Giovanni Maschio, Associate Professor of Theoretical Mechanics held the Mechanics courses Rational, Analytical Mechanics. His fields of research were different but mainly focused on the application of information theory to statistical mechanics; currently he deals with the writing of mathematics for the blind and visually impaired.