OPENGL FOR APPLE SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS. This book was published in the fall of 2014. It contains 12 chapters, each of which consists of a brief description of a concept plus one or more exercises to do using the concept
for either iOS or Mac OS X. The code for the examples is available from this website, under the tab OPENGL. The password needed to access the code samples is found in the iBook itself.
Chapters include: Getting Started, Plot Some Data, Two-Dimensional Primitives, Animation, Point, Shoot and More, Model-View Transformations, A Camera View, Interaction with the Display, Textures, Hidden Surface Removal, Colors vs. Lights, Blending and Transparency, Lighting and Materials (1), Custom Shaders, Lighting, Lighting and Materials (2), Index Buffers, Calculating Normals and For Further Study.
Available in the iBook Store.
MATHEMATICS FOR QUANTUM CHEMISTRY. This book was published as a conventional hard-cover and soft-cover book in 1966 by W. A. Benjamin, Inc., New York. The Dover edition, a reprint of the 1974 Benjamin edition, appeared in 2005. The Dover iBook appeared on the Apple iBook store in 2011.
TWO WHEELS TO AMERICA. This is a narrative of the author's bicycle trip across the United States in the summer of 1976, the bicentennial of the United States. It includes accounts of his experiences as a leader of a group of about twelve cyclists, and it is interwoven with historical documents, reports, and literary excerpts which provide a larger contex for the places and observations on the trip. Illustrated with the author's photographs and simple maps. [October, 2012]