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This work has been chosen by academics as having cultural significance and is a foundational piece of civilization as we know it. This copy of the original artifact is as accurate to the original as is humanly possible. ...

Greek mathematician Euclid is frequently referred to as the "Father of Geometry." His Elements was the primary textbook for teaching mathematics (particularly geometry) from the time of its release until the late 19th or early 20th century, making it...

Whether you are a graduate student, scientist, or practitioner, this book provides you with a theoretically unified grasp of polynomial curves and surfaces as well as a practical implementation strategy you can apply to your own work. ...

This volume, which consists of 32 papers on a variety of subjects of current research interest, is the result of the fusion of discrete and computational geometry.

This book examines mathematics and field theory and is motivated by the combinatorial principle, in particular the CC conjecture, which states that every mathematical science can be formed from or made via combinatorialization. ...

This wikibook aspires to provide a top-notch calculus textbook that anyone can utilize to become experts in the subject. Limits, differentiation, and integration are common subjects that are explored along with a number of others. ...

This current free guide helps undergraduates learn the concepts and mathematical language to address issues that emerge in the field's many applications.

Algebraic topology is one of the three or four foundational first-year graduate mathematics courses at the majority of big universities.

The question of whether each locally euclidean Topological Group admits a Lie group structure was posed by David Hilbert in 1900. This was the sixth of his famous 23 problems, which anticipated much of the twentieth century's inventiveness in...

The whole course on issues in global analysis is presented in this book, along with some orbital applications of the integration on topological groups and related algebras to harmonic analysis and induced representations in representation theory. ...