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978-0-521-00601-9 J. H. van Lint; A Course in PB 22-Nov-2001 GBP Discrete Combinatorics deals with ways of arranging and distributing mathematical objects, and involves
Technische Combinatorics 37.00 mathematics, ideas from geometry, algebra and analysis. The theory has broad applications, including codes,
Universiteit information circuit design and algorithm complexity. Graph theory, enumeration, external problems,
Eindhoven, Holland theory and projective geometry, designs, colourings and codes, amongst others, are dealt with in a unified
coding theory way.
978-0-521-58807-2 E. T. Whittaker A Course of Modern PB 19-Sep-1996 GBP Cambridge Real and This classic text is known to and used by thousands of mathematicians and students of
Analysis 54.00 Mathematical Library complex mathematics throughout the world. It gives an introduction to the general theory of infinite
analysis processes and of analytic functions together with an account of the principal transcendental
978-0-521-13656-3 Terence Tao; Additive PB 19-Nov-2009 GBP Cambridge Studies in Real and Yes The many different tools from different fields that are used in additive combinatorics are
University of Combinatorics 28.00 Advanced complex brought together in a self-contained and systematic manner. This graduate-level text will quickly
California, Los Mathematics, 105 analysis allow students and researchers easy entry into the fascinating field of additive combinatorics.
978-0-521-79540-1 Allen Hatcher; Cornell Algebraic Topology PB 07-Feb-2002 GBP Topology and This introductory textbook is suitable for use in a first-year graduate course or for self-study,
University, New York 24.99 geometry featuring broad coverage of the subject and a readable exposition, with many examples and
exercises. Along with the basic material on fundamental group and covering spaces, homology
and cohomology, higher homotopy groups, and homotopy theory, the book includes many
optional topics for which elementary expositions are hard to find.
978-0-521-09793-2 Northcott An Introduction to PB 08-Jan-2009 GBP Algebra Homological algebra, because of its fundamental nature, is relevant to many branches of pure
Homological Algebra 21.99 mathematics, including number theory, geometry, group theory and ring theory. Professor
Northcott's aim is to introduce homological ideas and methods and to show some of the results
which can be achieved.
978-0-521-80906-1 Shigeru Mukai; An Introduction to HB 18-Sep-2003 GBP Cambridge Studies in Topology and This volume consists of the first two volumes of Mukai's series on moduli theory. The work
Nagoya University, Invariants and Moduli 88.00 Advanced geometry contained here is central to geometry but has also found applications in a wide range of other
Japan Mathematics, 81 areas. This book will be a valuable resource for graduate students and researchers alike.
978-0-521-61275-3 Alina Carmen An Introduction to PB 08-Dec-2005 GBP London Mathematical Number theory This book provides a motivated introduction to sieve theory. Rather than focus on technical
Cojocaru; Princeton Sieve Methods and 28.99 Society Student details which obscure the beauty of the theory, the authors focus on examples and applications,
University, New Their Applications Texts, 66 developing the theory in parallel. Suitable for a senior level undergraduate course or an
Jersey introductory graduate course in analytic number theory.
978-0-521-19440-2 Steven Kalikow; An Outline of Ergodic HB 25-Mar-2010 GBP Cambridge Studies in Discrete This informal introduction focuses on the branch of ergodic theory known as isomorphism
University of Memphis Theory 35.00 Advanced mathematics, theory. Exercises, open problems, and helpful hints actively engage the reader and encourage
Mathematics, 122 information them to participate in developing proofs independently. Ideal for graduate courses, this book is
theory and also a valuable reference for the professional mathematician.
978-0-521-86103-8 Philippe Gille; Centre Central Simple HB 10-Aug-2006 GBP Cambridge Studies in Topology and The first comprehensive, modern introduction to the theory of central simple algebras over
National de la Algebras and Galois 53.00 Advanced geometry arbitrary fields. Assuming only a solid background in algebra, it reaches such advanced results
Recherche Cohomology Mathematics, 101 as the Merkurjev-Suslin theorem. The book is a graduate textbook and a reference for
Scientifique (CNRS), researchers working in algebra, algebraic geometry or K-theory.
978-0-521-09334-7 Edited by W. L. Jr Complex Analysis A Collection of PB 11-Jan-2009 GBP Real and The articles in this volume cover some developments in complex analysis and algebraic
Baily and Algebraic Papers Dedicated to 28.99 complex geometry. The volume was written for Kunihiko Kodaira - one of the world's leading
Geometry K. Kodaira analysis mathematicians in algebraic geometry and complex manifold theory - on the occasion of his
sixtieth birthday, and the contributions reflect those concerns.
978-0-521-71390-0 P. M. H. Wilson; Curved Spaces From Classical PB 13-Dec-2007 GBP Topology and The well-known classical geometries, Euclidean, spherical and hyperbolic, are presented here
University of Geometries to 27.99 geometry in a general context, each linked by certain geometric themes. This textbook provides for a
Cambridge Elementary thorough introduction to, and examples of, the more general theory of curved spaces, and more
Differential Geometry generally, abstract surfaces with Riemannian metrics.
978-0-521-72149-3 Christian Bär; Elementary PB 06-May-2010 GBP Topology and This easy-to-read, generously illustrated textbook is an elementary introduction to differential
Universität Potsdam, Differential Geometry 27.99 geometry geometry with emphasis on geometric results, preparing students for more advanced study.
Germany Clearly developed arguments and proofs, colour illustrations, and over 100 exercises and
solutions make this book ideal for courses and self-study.
978-0-521-88850-9 Tamás Szamuely; Galois Groups and HB 16-Jul-2009 GBP Cambridge Studies in Algebra Ever since the concepts of Galois groups in algebra and fundamental groups in topology
Hungarian Academy Fundamental Groups 30.00 Advanced emerged during the nineteenth century, mathematicians have known of the strong analogies
of Sciences, Budapest Mathematics, 117 between the two concepts. This book presents the connection starting at an elementary level
and assuming as little technical background as possible.
978-0-521-61325-5 Miles Reid; University Geometry and PB 10-Nov-2005 GBP Topology and Geometry, literally, measuring the earth, aims to describe the world around us. It is central to
of Warwick Topology 31.00 geometry many branches of mathematics and physics, and offers a whole range of views on the universe.
This is an introduction to the ideas of geometry and includes generous helpings of simple
explanations and examples.
978-0-521-71801-1 Claire Voisin; Centre Hodge Theory and Volume 1 PB 20-Dec-2007 GBP Cambridge Studies in Topology and Yes This is a completely self-contained modern introduction to Kaehlerian geometry and Hodge
de Mathématiques de Complex Algebraic 28.99 Advanced geometry structure. The author proves the Kaehler identities, which leads to the hard Lefschetz theorem
Jussieu, Paris Geometry I Mathematics, 76 and the Hodge index theorem. Aimed at students, the text is complemented by exercises which
provide useful results in complex algebraic geometry.
978-0-521-71802-8 Claire Voisin; Hodge Theory and Volume 2 PB 20-Dec-2007 GBP Cambridge Studies in Topology and Yes The second volume of this modern, self-contained account of Kaehlerian geometry and Hodge
Université de Paris VI Complex Algebraic 28.99 Advanced geometry theory continues Voisin's study of topology of families of algebraic varieties and the
(Pierre et Marie Curie) Geometry II Mathematics, 77 relationships between Hodge theory and algebraic cycles. Aimed at researchers, the text
includes exercises providing useful results in complex algebraic geometry.
978-0-521-69141-3 Brendan Hassett; Introduction to PB 03-May-2007 GBP Topology and Focuses on specific examples and develops only the formalism needed to address these.
Rice University, Algebraic Geometry 22.99 geometry Introduces the notion of Gröbner bases early and develops algorithms for almost everything
Houston covered. Based on courses given over the past five years in a large interdisciplinary programme
at Rice University, spanning mathematics, computer science, and bioinformatics.
978-0-521-49922-4 Roger W. Carter; Lectures on Lie PB 17-Aug-1995 GBP London Mathematical Algebra An excellent introduction to the theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras from an LMS/SERC
University of Warwick Groups and Lie 27.99 Society Student sponsored short course in 1993. Together these lectures provide an elementary account of the
Algebras Texts, 32 theory that is unsurpassed.
978-0-521-18476-2 Peter Kronheimer; Monopoles and Three- PB 25-Nov-2010 GBP New Mathematical Topology and Yes This book provides a comprehensive treatment of Floer homology, based on the
Harvard University, Manifolds 40.00 Monographs, 10 geometry Seiberg–Witten equations. Suitable for beginning graduate students and researchers in the
Massachusetts field, this book provides the first full discussion of a central part of the study of the topology of
manifolds since the mid 1990s.
978-0-521-69395-0 Bela Bollobás; Trinity The Art of Coffee Time in PB 14-Sep-2006 GBP Discrete Can a Christian escape from a lion? How quickly can a rumour spread? This collection of
College, Cambridge Mathematics Memphis 23.99 mathematics, problems is designed to be sipped from, rather than consumed in one sitting. Whether you are
information an expert, a beginner or an amateur, this book will delight for a lifetime.