Books in category Mathematics – Algebra

Integers also houses a combinatorial games section. This work presents all papers of the 2013 volume in book form.

A collection of articles embodying the work presented at the 1991 Methods in Module Theory Conference at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs – facilitating the explanation and crossfertilization of new techniques that were …

Multivariate Approximation and Applications
Advanced introduction to multivariate approximation theory, suitable for researchers and graduate students.

Alcune questioni di analisi numerica
– P. Wynn: Four lectures on the numerical application of continued fractions. W. Gautschi: Strength and weakness of threeterm recurrence relation. F.L. Bauer: Use of continued fractions and algorithms related to them.

Contains the proceedings of an international conference on abelian groups and modules held recently in Colorado Springs.

Kleinian Groups and Hyperbolic 3Manifolds
This volume, proceedings of the Warwick workshop in September 2001, contains expositions of many of these breakthroughs including Minsky's lectures on the first half of the proof of the Ending Lamination Conjecture, the Bers Density …

A Classical Introduction to Galois Theory
The book is also appealing to anyone interested in understanding the origins of Galois theory, why it was created, and how it has evolved into the discipline it is today.

Computational Wave Propagation
This IMA Volume in Mathematics and its Applications COMPUTATIONAL WAVE PROPAGATION is based on the workshop with the same title and was an integral part of the 19941995 IMA program on "Waves and Scattering.

Categories for the Working Mathematician
Category Theory has developed rapidly. This book aims to present those ideas and methods which can now be effectively used by Mathe maticians working in a variety of other fields of Mathematical research. This occurs at several levels.

As an example, the circle notation for a composite function is now standard material, but this book explains just why that notation is needed. The book concludes with a presentation of the Peano Axioms.