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by Nick Simpson
by Nick Simpson
by Kathy Brady
by ALEXANDER GRAHAM
A comprehensive text on matrix theory and its applications, this book is intended for a broad range of students in mathematics, engineering, and other areas of science at the university level. Graham avoids a simple catalogue of techniques, as ...
by LEGGOTT MICHELE
There is a poem in As Far As I Can See (AUP, 1999) that imagines a future time: They gave me flowers and asked where I would go. To open the eyes of the soul, I said. There is a way but this is only the first gate. 'Milk and Honey' is a dance to
by ABRAHAM ADRIAN ALBERT
Abraham Adrian Albert was one of the 20th century's leading mathematicians. This 1937 monograph written by him was hailed by the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society as "a welcome addition to the literature." Besides furnishing an ...
50 Years of NASA Space Exploration Seen through Hasselblad Cameras
by Piers Bizony
Stunning photos of space and Earth from NASA's archives - taken by Gemini, Apollo, Space Shuttle, and ISS astronauts using Hasselblad cameras -- in the large format they deserve. ...
by JOSEPH S. MADACHY
"Fans will find this volume indispensable; casual readers will find it an attractive nuisance," observed The Scientific American of this rich and challenging compilation of conundrums, diabolic squares, flexagons, domino games, geometric ...
by Charles Wheelan
by HEINONEN / KILPELAINEN / MARTIO
A self-contained treatment appropriate for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, this text offers a detailed development of the necessary background for its survey of the nonlinear potential theory of superharmonic functions. Starting ...
by Anna Fienberg
I think the best number in the whole universe is eight. My friend, Asim, likes numbers about as much as me, but he likes them all - odd or even. Esmarelda, though, who lives across the street, isn't so fond of numbers and she hates maths. ...Audio Book
by SANZ-SERNA / CALVO
This advanced text explores a category of mathematical problems that occur frequently in physics and other sciences. Five preliminary chapters on Hamiltonian problems and numerical methods make the book accessible to students without extensive ...
by KURT GODEL
In 1931, a young Austrian mathematician published an epoch-making paper containing one of the most revolutionary ideas in logic since Aristotle. Kurt Giidel maintained, and offered detailed proof, that in any arithmetic system, even in ...
by Mohammed Hichem Mortad