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#### The Shaping of Arithmetic after C.F. Gauss's Disquisitiones Arithmeticae

Springer 2007; US$ 89.95Revisits successive periods in the reception of the Disquisitiones as it studies which parts were taken up and when, which themes were further explored. This work also focuses on how specific mathematicians reacted to Gauss' book: Dirichlet and Hermite, Kummer and Genocchi, Dedekind and Zolotarev, Dickson and Emmy Noether, among others. more...

#### Number Story

Springer 2008; US$ 25.00Provides an introduction to the development of numbers and their applications. This book includes material with more challenging ideas about infinity and complex numbers and offers examples ranging from recreational puzzles to very real world scenarios. It is for those who are curious about the mathematics behind real-life questions. more...

#### Weights, Extrapolation and the Theory of Rubio de Francia

Springer 2011; US$ 129.00This book provides a systematic development of the Rubio de Francia theory of extrapolation, its many generalizations and its applications to one and two-weight norm inequalities. The book is based upon a new and elementary proof of the classical extrapolation theorem that fully develops the power of the Rubio de Francia iteration algorithm. This technique... more...

#### Contributions in Analytic and Algebraic Number Theory

Springer 2011; US$ 179.00The text that comprises this volume is a collection of surveys and original works from experts in the fields of algebraic number theory, analytic number theory, harmonic analysis, and hyperbolic geometry. A portion of the collected contributions have been developed from lectures given at the "International Conference on the Occasion of the 60th... more...

#### Number Theory, Analysis and Geometry

Springer 2011; US$ 219.00Serge Lang was an iconic figure in mathematics, both for his own important work and for the indelible impact he left on the field of mathematics, on his students, and on his colleagues. Over the course of his career, Lang traversed a tremendous amount of mathematical ground. As he moved from subject to subject, he found analogies that led to important... more...