| Daniel J. Velleman - Mathematics - 1994 - 309 pages
Many mathematics students have trouble the first time they take a course, such as linear algebra, abstract algebra, introductory analysis, or discrete mathematics, in which ... | |
| R. F. C. Walters - Computers - 1991 - 166 pages
Category Theory has, in recent years, become increasingly important and popular in computer science, and many universities now introduce Category Theory as part of the ... | |
| Peter Gärdenfors - Computers - 2003 - 284 pages
Belief revision is a topic of much interest in theoretical computer science and logic, and it forms a central problem in research into artificial intelligence. This book ... | |
| A. G. Howson - Mathematics - 1988 - 89 pages
Based on the 1987 International Commission on Mathematical Instruction conference, this volume comprises key papers on the role of mathematics in applied subjects. | |
| I. Grattan-Guinness, H. J. M. Bos - Mathematics - 2000 - 306 pages
From the Calculus to Set Theory traces the development of the calculus from the early seventeenth century through its expansion into mathematical analysis to the developments ... | |
| Thomas Tymoczko - Mathematics - 1998 - 436 pages
The traditional debate among philosophers of mathematics is whether there is an external mathematical reality, something out there to be discovered, or whether mathematics is ... | |
| Eli Maor - Mathematics - 1991 - 284 pages
Eli Maor examines the role of infinity in mathematics and geometry and its cultural impact on the arts and sciences. He evokes the profound intellectual impact the infinite has ... | |
| George Polya - Mathematics - 1990 - 280 pages
A guide to the practical art of plausible reasoning, this book has relevance in every field of intellectual activity. Professor Polya, a world-famous mathematician from ... | |
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