More Mathematical People: Contemporary Conversations
Donald J. Albers, Gerald L. Alexanderson, Constance Reid
Academic Press, 1994 - Mathematics - 375 pages
This volume provides a collection of interviews with, and profiles of, some of the most prestigious mathematicians of the 20th century. The chapters tell, in the mathematicians' own words, how they became interested in mathematics, how they chose their speciality and about their hobbies and personal lives.
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