The nature and growth of modern mathematics / by Edna E. Kramer.

New York, Hawthorn Books [1970] .

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Subjects Mathematics -- Popular works.
Mathématiques -- Ouvrages de vulgarisation.
Mathématiques -- Vulgarisation.
Description xxiv, 758 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 719-721).
Summary The book traces the development of the most important mathematical concepts, giving special attention to the lives and thoughts of such mathematical innovators as Pythagoras, Newton, Poincare, and Godel. Beginning with a Sumerian short story - ultimately linked to modern digital computers - the author clearly introduces concepts of binary operations; point-set topology; the nature of post-relativity geometries; optimization and decision processes; erogodic theorems; epsilon-delta arithmetization; integral equations.
Genre Popular works.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)79724
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WorldCat Identities Kramer, Edna E. 1902-1984.
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