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|Foundations of Mathematical Logic |
by Haskell B. Curry
Comprehensive graduate-level account of constructive theory of first-order predicate calculus covers formal methods: algorithms and epitheory, brief treatment of Markov's approach to algorithms, elementary facts about lattices, logical connectives, more. 1963 edition.
|Foundations of Potential Theory |
by Oliver D. Kellogg
Introduction to fundamentals of potential functions covers the force of gravity, fields of force, potentials, harmonic functions, electric images and Green’s function, sequences of harmonic functions, fundamental existence theorems, and much more.
|General Theory of Functions and Integration |
by Angus E. Taylor
Uniting a variety of approaches to the study of integration, a well-known professor presents a single-volume "blend of the particular and the general, of the concrete and the abstract." 1966 edition.
|A Geometric Introduction to Topology |
by C. T. C. Wall
First course in algebraic topology for advanced undergraduates. Homotopy theory, the duality theorem, relation of topological ideas to other branches of pure mathematics. Exercises and problems. 1972 edition.
|Geometry and the Visual Arts |
by Dan Pedoe
This survey traces the effects of geometry on artistic achievement and clearly discusses its importance to artists and scientists. It also surveys projective geometry, mathematical curves, theories of perspective, architectural form, and concepts of space.
|Great Ideas of Modern Mathematics |
by Jagjit Singh
Internationally famous expositor discusses differential equations, matrices, groups, sets, transformations, mathematical logic, and other important areas in modern mathematics. He also describes their applications to physics, astronomy, and other fields. 1959 edition.
|A History of Mechanics |
by René Dugas
Monumental study traces the history of mechanical principles chronologically from antiquity through the early 20th century. Contributions of ancient Greeks, Leonardo, Galileo, Kepler, Lagrange, others. 116 illustrations.
|An Introduction to Algebraic Structures |
by Joseph Landin
This self-contained text covers sets and numbers, elements of set theory, real numbers, the theory of groups, group isomorphism and homomorphism, theory of rings, and polynomial rings. 1969 edition.
|Introduction to Bessel Functions |
by Frank Bowman
Self-contained text, useful for classroom or independent study, covers Bessel functions of zero order, modified Bessel functions, definite integrals, asymptotic expansions, and Bessel functions of any real order. 226 problems.
|Introduction to Elementary Mathematical Logic |
by A. A. Stolyar
Lucid, accessible exploration of propositional logic, propositional calculus, and predicate logic. Topics include computer science and systems analysis, linguistics, and problems in the foundations of mathematics. 1970 edition.
|An Introduction to Linear Algebra and Tensors |
by M. A. Akivis, V. V. Goldberg, Richard A. Silverman
Eminently readable, completely elementary treatment begins with linear spaces and ends with analytic geometry, covering multilinear forms, tensors, linear transformation, and more. 250 problems, most with hints and answers. 1972 edition.
|Introduction to Mathematical Fluid Dynamics |
by Richard E. Meyer
Excellent coverage of kinematics, momentum principle, Newtonian fluid, rotating fluids, compressibility, and more. Geared toward advanced undergraduate and graduate students of mathematics and science; prerequisites include calculus and vector analysis. 1971 edition.
|Introduction to Nonlinear Differential and Integral Equations |
by Harold T. Davis
Topics covered include differential equations of the 1st order, the Riccati equation and existence theorems, 2nd order equations, elliptic integrals and functions, nonlinear mechanics, nonlinear integral equations, more. Includes 137 problems.
|An Introduction to the Approximation of Functions |
by Theodore J. Rivlin
Graduate-level text offers a concise, wide-ranging introduction to methods of approximating continuous functions by functions depending only on a finite number of parameters. Particular emphasis on approximation by polynomials. 1969 edition.
|An Introduction to the Calculus of Variations |
by Charles Fox
Highly regarded text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students explores first and second variations of an integral, generalizations, isoperimetrical problems, least action, special relativity, elasticity, more. 1963 edition.
|Introductory Discrete Mathematics |
by V. K . Balakrishnan
This concise, undergraduate-level text focuses on combinatorics, graph theory with applications to some standard network optimization problems, and algorithms. More than 200 exercises, many with complete solutions. 1991 edition.
|Landmark Experiments in Twentieth-Century Physics |
by George L. Trigg
Clear, detailed explorations feature extensive quotations from original research papers in their coverage of groundbreaking research. Topics include x-rays, superconductivity, neutrinos, lasers, and many other subjects. 120 illustrations. 1975 edition.
|Lectures on Gas Theory |
by Ludwig Boltzmann
A masterpiece of theoretical physics, this classic contains a comprehensive exposition of the kinetic theory of gases. It combines rigorous mathematic analysis with a pragmatic treatment of physical and chemical applications.
|Lectures on Nuclear Theory |
by L. Landau, Ya. Smorodinsky
Concise graduate-level treatment covers nuclear forces, nuclear structure, nuclear reactions, interactions of pi-mesons with nucleons, more. "A real jewel . . . should be in the hands of every student." — Nuclear Physics. 1959 edition.