David M. Bourg

As a naval architect and marine engineer, David M. Bourg performs computer simulations and develops analysis tools that measure such things as hovercraft performance and the effect of waves on the motion of ships and boats. He teaches at the college level in the areas of ship design, construction and analysis. On occasion, David also lectures at high schools on topics such as naval architecture and software development. In addition to David's practical engineering background, he's professionally involved in computer game development and consulting through his company, Crescent Vision Interactive. Current projects include a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, several Java-based multiplayer games, and the porting of Hasbro's "Breakout" to the Macintosh.

Physics for Game Developers Physics for Game Developers
by David M. Bourg , Bryan Bywalec , Kenneth Humphreys
Second Edition April 2013
Print: $44.99
Ebook: $35.99

Excel Scientific and Engineering Cookbook Excel Scientific and Engineering Cookbook
by David M. Bourg
January 2006
Print: $49.99
Ebook: $39.99

AI for Game Developers AI for Game Developers
by David M. Bourg , Glenn Seemann
July 2004
Print: $39.95
Ebook: $31.99

Physics for Game Developers Physics for Game Developers
by David M. Bourg
November 2001

"If you are a game programmer that is serious about the craft, this book is worth checking out! "
--Paul Milbourne, Flash the District

"This is a great reference book to people in the scientific and engineering community who have used Excel, but would like to dig a little deeper and be able to better utilize more of Excel's capability. I've used Excel for over a decade, and still found this book to be a good reference. The author covers a wide variety of subjects such as: importing data into Excel, VBA, Statistical Analysis and Curve Fitting/Regression Testing, Solving Differential Equations, etc. The cookbook approach, along with a decent index make it easy to locate a relevant function/recipe that a person is looking for. Excel 2003 is covered (although older versions are also referred to). I recommend the book to anybody using Excel and wanting to further explore its capabilities."
--Nick Bulitka, Amazon.com