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Mathematical Handbook – Higher Mathematics – Vygodsky
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Handbook – Higher Mathematics by M. Vygodsky. We had earlier seen the Mathematical Handbook – Elementary Mathematics by the same author. About the book This handbook is a continuation of the … Continue reading
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Tagged analysis, biography of mathematicians, calculus, curves, development of mathematical concepts, differential equations, differentiation, Differentiation and Integration of Functions of Several Variables, double integrals, functions, geometrical interpretation, history, history of mathematics, infinite series, integrals, integration, invariants, limits, logarithms, mathematical analysis, mathematical handbook, mathematicians, plane analytic geometry, Plane and Space Curves, remarkable curves, scalar product, series, solid analytic geometry, system of equations, taylor's series, trigonometry, triple integrals, vectors
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Mathematical Analysis – Differentiation and Integration – Aramanovich et al
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Analysis – Differentiation And Integration by I. G. Aramanovich; R.S.Guter; L.A.Lyusternik; I.L. Raukhvarger; M. I. Skanavi; A. R.Yanpol’skii. About the book The present volume of the series in Pure and … Continue reading
Generalized Functions (Vols. 16) – Gelfand, Shilov, Graev, Vilenkin, PyatetskiiShapiro
In this post we will see the six volume set of Generalized Functions by I. M. Gelfand, G. E. Shilov, M. I. Graev, N. Ya. Vilenkin, I. I. PyatetskiiShapiro. About the books The first systematic theory of generalized functions (also … Continue reading
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Tagged 2 spaces, analysis, automorphic forms, cauchy problems, complex space, convolution, decomposition, differential equations, differentiation, fields, fourier transforms, general spaces, generalized eigenfunctions, generalized functions, generalized random processes, harmonic analysis, homogeneous spaces, integral geometry, integration, k spaces, kernel theorem, lie groups, linear topological spaces, lorentz group, mathematics, measure, nuclear spaces, number theory, operators, padic fields, paleywiener theorem, partial differential equations, particular types, positive deifinite generalized functions, power series, properties, radon transform, representation theory, rigged hilbert space, rings, s spaces, schwartz spaces, soviet, subgroups, theory, transforms, types spaces, unimodular matrices, uniqueness of solutions
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A Course on Mathematical Analysis – Khinchin
In this post, we will see the book A Course on Mathematical Analysis by A. Ya. Khinchin. About the book This course of mathematical analysis is a textbook for students of mechanicomathematicaland physicomathematical faculties of our universities (and to some … Continue reading
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Tagged analysis, applications of integrals, approximate evaluation of integrals, continuous functions, Derivatives, differentials, double integrals, functions, implicit functions, infinite series, integration, limits, mathematics, mean value theorems, power series, primitives, real numbers, soviet, surface integrals, triple integrals
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A Course of Higher Mathematics (Vols. 1 – 5) – Smirnov
In this post, we will see the six volume A Course of Higher Mathematics by V. I. Smirnov. About the Course Volume I Elementary Calculus is primarily concerned with differential and integral calculus. Particular emphasis is given to functional relationships … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, applied mathematics, bessel function, calculus, calculus of variation, classical field theory, complex integration, complex numbers, determinants, differential calculus, differential equations, elliptic functions, field theory, fractional functions, functional analysis, functions, Functions of Several Variables, hermitian polynomials, integral equations, integration, laguerre polynomials, line integrals, linear algebra, linear differential equations, linear transfor, linear transformations, mathematical physics, multiple integrals, partial differential equations, quadratic forms, seies, special functions, spherical functions, theory of groups, theory of integral equations, theory of limits, vector analysis
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Elements Of Applied Mathematics – Zeldovich, Myskis
In this post, we will see the book Elements Of Applied Mathematics by Ya. B. Zeldovich and A. D. Myskis. This book is not a textbook in the ordinary sense of the word but rather a reader in the mathematical sciences. Using … Continue reading
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Tagged calculus of variation, complex variables, delta function, differential equations, differentiation, field theory, fourier transformation, functions, integration, mathematics, numerical methods, probability, series, vector product, vectors, zeldovich
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Little Mathematics Library – Calculus of Rational Functions – Shilov
If, however, we restrict ourselves to a comparatively narrow class of rational functions and utilize the illustrative language of graphs, we can present the concepts of derivative and integral in a few pages, sufficiently accurately and at the same time … Continue reading
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Tagged calculus, Derivatives, graphs, integration, rational functions, shilov
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Higher Maths for Beginners – Zeldovich, Yaglom
The book in this post is one of the best introductory books for Higher Mathematics and it has been written by two exceptionally talented people, namely, Yakov B. Zeldovich and Issak M. Yaglom. Just visit the wikipedia pages to see … Continue reading
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Tagged applications, Derivatives, dirac, engineering, functions, graphs, integration
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