"The Encyclopaedia of Mathematics" is the most up-to-date, authoritative and comprehensive English-language work of reference in mathematics which exists today. With over 7,000 articles from 'A-integral' to 'Zygmund Class of Functions', supplemented with a wealth of complementary information, and an index volume providing thorough cross-referencing of entries of related interest, the "Encyclopaedia of Mathematics" offers an immediate source of reference to mathematical definitions, concepts, explanations, surveys, examples, terminology and methods.The depth and breadth of content and the straightforward, careful presentation of the information, with the emphasis on accessibility, makes the "Encyclopaedia of Mathematics" an immensely useful tool for all mathematicians and other scientists who use, or are confronted by, mathematics in their work.
Examines the history and philosophy of the mathematical sciences in a cultural context, tracing their evolution from ancient times up to the twentieth century through 176 articles contributed by authors of 18 nationalities.
Handbook of Mathematical Formulas presents a compilation of formulas to provide the necessary educational aid. This book covers the whole field from the basic rules of arithmetic, via analytic geometry and infinitesimal calculus through to Fourier's series and the basics of probability calculus.
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