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From a professional perspective, Mathematics for 3D Game Programming and Computer Graphics explains the mathematical concepts used in 3D Computer Graphics and game engine that a game developer must master. Compared to the second edition, the third edition expanded on the content, introducing the knowledge for projection, shadow, physics, cloth simulation, and numerical methods. And all chapters have been revised and the shader code has been modified according to the new specifications of the shading language.