200 books (10 pages) in this category

Sourcebook in the Mathematics of Medieval Europe and North Africa

by Katz, Victor J.

<p>Medieval Europe was a meeting place for the Christian, Jewish, and Islamic civilizations, and the fertile intellectual exchange of these cultures can be seen in the mathematical developments of the time. This sourcebook presents original ...

ISBN: 9781400883202

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eBookSources in the Development of Mathematics

Series and Products from the Fifteenth to the Twenty-first Century

by Ranjan Roy

The discovery of infinite products by Wallis and infinite series by Newton marked the beginning of the modern mathematical era. It allowed Newton to solve the problem of finding areas under curves defined by algebraic equations, an achievement ...

ISBN: 9781139635516

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eBookSpecial Secondary Schools for the Mathematically Talented:An International Panorama

by Bruce R Vogeli

<p>A review of 100 special schools for the mathematically talented students in twenty nations. Appendices contain sample syllabi, tests and documents.</p> ...

ISBN: 9789814667487

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eBookStrength of Materials and Theory of Elasticity in 19th Century Italy

A Brief Account of the History of Mechanics of Solids and Structures

by Danilo Capecchi & Giuseppe Ruta

<p>This book examines the theoretical foundations underpinning the field of strength of materials/theory of elasticity, beginning from the origins of the modern theory of elasticity. While the focus is on the advances made within Italy during ...

ISBN: 9783319055244

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eBookOne of the greatest quests of mathematics

by Mark Ronan

<p>Imagine a giant snowflake in 196,884 dimensions... This is the story of a mathematical quest that began two hundred years ago in revolutionary France, led to the biggest collaboration ever between mathematicians across the world, and revealed

ISBN: 9780191579387

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eBookThat's Maths: The Mathematical Magic in Everyday Life

by Peter Lynch

<p><p><b>From atom bombs to rebounding slinkies, open your eyes to the mathematical magic in the everyday. </b><br><br>Mathematics isn’t just for academics and scientists, a fact meteorologist and blogger Peter Lynch has spent the past several ...

ISBN: 9780717169566

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eBookFrom Perspective Drawing to Quantum Randomness

by Rossella Lupacchini & Annarita Angelini

<p>In addition to linear perspective, complex numbers and probability were notable discoveries of the Renaissance. While the power of perspective, which transformed Renaissance art, was quickly recognized, the scientific establishment treated ...

ISBN: 9783319021119

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eBookThe Ascent of Mary Somerville in 19th Century Society

by Elisabetta Strickland

<p>This biography traces the life and work of Mary Fairfax Somerville, whose extraordinary mathematical talent only came to light through fortuitous circumstances. Barely taught to read and write as a child, all the science she learned and ...

ISBN: 9783319491936

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eBookMasterpieces from Newton to Lebesgue

by William Dunham

<p>More than three centuries after its creation, calculus remains a dazzling intellectual achievement and the gateway into higher mathematics. This book charts its growth and development by sampling from the work of some of its foremost ...

ISBN: 9781400866793

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eBookThe Complex Itinerary of Leibniz’s Planetary Theory

Physical Convictions, Metaphysical Principles and Keplerian Inspiration

by Paolo Bussotti

<p>This book presents new insights into Leibniz’s research on planetary theory and his system of pre-established harmony. Although some aspects of this theory have been explored in the literature, others are less well known. In particular, the ...

ISBN: 9783319212364

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eBookThe Correspondence of Charles Hutton

Mathematical Networks in Georgian Britain

by Benjamin Wardhaugh

<p>This book contains all the letters that are known to survive from the correspondence of Charles Hutton (1737-1823). Hutton was one of the most prominent British mathematicians of his generation; he played roles at the Royal Society, the Royal

ISBN: 9780192527233

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eBookMemoirs of a Mathematician

by Karl Gustafson & Ioannis Antoniou

<p>Among the group of physics honors students huddled in 1957 on a Colorado mountain watching Sputnik bisect the heavens, one young scientist was destined, three short years later, to become a key player in America’s own top-secret spy satellite

ISBN: 9783642225581

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eBookThe Development of Mathematics Throughout the Centuries

A Brief History in a Cultural Context

by Brian Evans

<p>Throughout the book, readers take a journey throughout time and observe how people around the world have understood these patterns of quantity, structure, and dimension around them. <i>The Development of Mathematics Throughout the Centuries: ...

ISBN: 9781118853979

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eBookThe Dialectic Relation Between Physics and Mathematics in the XIXth Century

by Evelyne Barbin & Raffaele Pisano

<p>The aim of this book is to analyse historical problems related to the use of mathematics in physics as well as to the use of physics in mathematics and to investigate <em>Mathematical Physics</em> as precisely the new discipline which is ...

ISBN: 9789400753808

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eBookThe Early Period of the Calculus of Variations

by Paolo Freguglia & Mariano Giaquinta

<p>This monograph explores the early development of the calculus of variations in continental Europe during the Eighteenth Century by illustrating the mathematics of its founders. Closely following the original papers and correspondences of ...

ISBN: 9783319389455

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eBookWith Applications

by Robert W. Vallin

<p><b>A systematic and integrated approach to Cantor Sets and their applications to various branches of mathematics</b></p> <p><i>The Elements of Cantor Sets: With Applications</i> features a thorough introduction to Cantor Sets and applies ...

ISBN: 9781118407431

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eBookWestern Learning and Imperial Authority During the Kangxi Reign (1662-1722)

by Catherine Jami

<p>In 1644 the Qing dynasty seized power in China. Its Manchu elite were at first seen by most of their subjects as foreigners from beyond the Great Wall, and the consolidation of Qing rule presented significant cultural and political problems, ...

ISBN: 9780191627927

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eBookThe Evolution of Applied Harmonic Analysis

Models of the Real World

by Elena Prestini

<p>A sweeping exploration of the development and far-reaching applications of harmonic analysis such as signal processing, digital music, Fourier optics, radio astronomy, crystallography, medical imaging, spectroscopy, and more. Featuring a ...

ISBN: 9781489979896

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eBookHow Science Was Born in 300 BC and Why it Had to Be Reborn

by Lucio Russo & Silvio (translator) Levy

<p>The period from the late fourth to the late second century B. C. witnessed, in Greek-speaking countries, an explosion of objective knowledge about the external world. WhileGreek culture had reached great heights in art, literature and ...

ISBN: 9783642189043

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eBookby Mike Hockney

<p>Euler’s Formula is traditionally regarded as the most beautiful equation in all of mathematics. Yet it’s so much more than that. It’s the equation that governs the whole universe and even defines the human soul!</p><p>It’s the centrepiece of ...

ISBN: 9781310110054

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