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Algebra

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  • Fleeting Footstepsby Lam Lay Yong; Ang Tian Se

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2004; US$ 123.00

    The Hindu?Arabic numeral system (1, 2, 3,...) is one of mankind's greatest achievements and one of its most commonly used inventions. How did it originate? Those who have written about the numeral system have hypothesized that it originated in India; however, there is little evidence to support this claim. This book provides considerable evidence... more...

  • Non-Associative Algebra and Its Applicationsby Larissa Sbitneva; Ivan Shestakov

    Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 231.00

    With contributions derived from presentations at an international conference, Non-Associative Algebra and Its Applications explores a wide range of topics focusing on Lie algebras, nonassociative rings and algebras, quasigroups, loops, and related systems as well as applications of nonassociative algebra to geometry, physics, and natural sciences.... more...

  • Multiplicative Invariant Theoryby Martin Lorenz

    Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG 2006; US$ 179.00

    Multiplicative invariant theory is as a research area in its own right within the wider spectrum of invariant theory. This work text offers an account of the basic results. It is intended for graduate and postgraduate students as well as researchers in integral representation theory, commutative algebra and invariant theory. more...

  • The Covering Property Axiom, CPAby Krzysztof Ciesielski; Janusz Pawlikowski

    Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 96.00

    Explores a new axiom of set theory, which simplifies proofs, provides deeper insight, and leads to new results. more...

  • Mathematics and the Divineby Teun Koetsier; Luc Bergmans

    Elsevier Science 2004; US$ 325.00

    Mathematics and the Divine seem to correspond to diametrically opposed tendencies of the human mind. Does the mathematician not seek what is precisely defined, and do the objects intended by the mystic and the theologian not lie beyond definition? Is mathematics not Man's search for a measure, and isn?t the Divine that which is immeasurable ? The present... more...

  • Masculinities in Mathematicsby Heather Mendick

    McGraw-Hill Education 2006; US$ 42.00

    The study of mathematics, with other 'gendered' subjects such as science and engineering, usually attracts more male than female pupils. This book explores this phenomenon, addressing the important question of why more boys than girls choose to study mathematics. It illuminates what studying mathematics means for both students and teachers. more...

  • Mathematics and the Laws of Natureby John Tabak

    Infobase Publishing 2004; US$ 40.00

    Examining the pioneering ideas, works, and applications that have made math the language of science, Mathematics and the Laws of Nature looks at the many ways in which so-called ''pure'' math has been used in the applied sciences. For example, the volume explores how mathematical theories contributed to the development of Kepler's laws of planetary... more...

  • Unexpected Links Between Egyptian And Babylonian Mathematicsby Jöran Friberg

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2005; US$ 153.00

    Mesopotamian mathematics is known from a great number of cuneiform texts, most of them Old Babylonian, some Late Babylonian or pre-Old-Babylonian, and has been intensively studied during the last couple of decades. In contrast to this Egyptian mathematics is known from only a small number of papyrus texts, and the few books and papers that have been... more...

  • Combinatorial Commutative Algebraby Ezra Miller; Bernd Sturmfels

    Springer-Verlag New York Inc 2006; US$ 59.95

    Offers an introduction to combinatorial commutative algebra, focusing on combinatorial techniques for multigraded polynomial rings, semigroup algebras, and determined rings. The chapters in this work cover topics ranging from homological invariants of monomial ideals and their polyhedral resolutions, to tools for studying algebraic varieties. more...

  • Condorcet's Paradoxby William V. Gehrlein

    Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG 2006; US$ 179.00

    Presents a compilation of the research conducted in the study of Condorcet's Paradox. This book gives an overview of the discovery of "Condorcet's Paradox" in the 18th Century, provides a survey of numerous empirical studies, and compiles the research on mathematical representations for the probability that the paradox will be observed. more...