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Complex Analysis book including integration

FOR BEGINNERS: Currently, I am looking for a textbook on complex analysis, which covers complex analysis from the beginning, and majorly focuses on contour integration, and the residue theorem. On ...
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Math newbie: what to read? [on hold]

Quick question for you all: what should a high school senior who intends to major in CS and math read to become familiar with proofs, calc, algorithms, etc? I know that's incredibly broad, basically ...
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Lang's Linear Algebra: what's next?

I've completed the study of Lang's Linear Algebra ($3^\text{rd}$ edition). To put it simply, I have enjoyed the subject and I would like to know "what's next". In other words, I would like to know ...
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Non-Markovian processes bibliography [on hold]

I'm a grad physics student and I need bibliography to start in the field of non-Markovian processes. I'd like a book with an introduction to the subject. Thanks for your suggestions.
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Extended Socratic Syllogisms?

I'm not entirely sure where I might ask this, but there is a logic tag, so I guess this fits the budget. I am taking an introductory course on logic, mainly revolving around Syllogisms, or a logical ...
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What is some reason that there are no book bridge the gap of these three books

I am referring to the (beginner's text- Stochastic Calculus by Mircea Grigoriu and Introduction to Stochastic Calculus by klebaner.) and the advanced texts - stochastic differential equation by ...
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A More Advanced Version Of Aluffi

Paulo Aluffi's Book, Algebra, Chapter 0 aims to teach basic algebra from a categorical viewpoint. The first chapters of the book, however, introduce groups and rings using very basic categorical ...
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Geometric Algebra/ Calculus for Physics

I don't know if this would be a better question for physics.SE, but I'll try here first: There is at least one good book on classical mechanics using the geometric algebra/ calculus (GA): New ...
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What level of math is needed to learn fractional calculus?

I was skimming through wikipedia pages and stumbled upon the fractional calculus page. My interest increased when I noticed it has applications in physics. I was wondering as an undergraduate who's ...
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Book recommendations for topics leading upto Algebraic geometry

I'm interesting in studying algebraic geometry (specifically either from Shafarevich or Hartshorne). Assuming a high school and basic college math education, what should be the topics and the order ...
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Good Pre-Calculus book?

I was reading this article and the author mentioned I should come here and get some advice. I'm 17, currently taking Pre-Calc in high schooling doing really good, but I feel like I'm not getting the ...
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Learning Stochastic Processing, Modeling, and Analysis: Any Available Workbooks?

Motivation behind the question: I took the upper-level probability course at my college, and did pretty well. Most of the time throughout the class, I found myself intuitively understanding the ...
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Book suggestion to prepare the grounds for studying functional Analysis

Hi guys I have 2 month semester break in February and March and I am planning to take a course on functional analysis in 4 months. I have taken a very elementary course on Linear Algebra(Gilbert ...
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Moving frame in a semi-Riemannian manifold

Can someone point me some reference for the moving frame theory in semi-Riemannian manifolds, using differential forms? In special, I'm looking for a version of Cartan's structural equations. I've ...
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A book with heuristics or general techniques used in real analysis?

I have been looking for a book with some good heuristics for real analysis and point set topology. Any ideas?
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Best book for a casual pure mathematician? [closed]

I'm looking for an interesting book on pure mathematics... I would also accept books that are about certain topics, like number theory or graph theory. I'm a second-year engineering student and I'm ...
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What is a good text which introduces ODE in a very general setting?

For your information, I have studied almost all undergraduate mathematics except for differential equation and I'm really comfortable with what I have learned. Moreover, I have taken an one semester ...
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Linear Algebra Book Recommendation [duplicate]

I am taking an undergraduate course in computer science an is in the first year of my college. I like mathematics and am willing to learn Linear Algebra first and then move on to Abstract Algebra and ...
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double integrals on quantum calculus

I need references or book recommendations to find properties of double integrals on quantum calculus. Especially i need analogue of Fubini's theorem on q-calculus.
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A good source for linear algebra on matrices

I am studying for an Algebra qualifying examination to be taken in one month. I need a good source (a book) where I can find the most important theory and examples on linear algebra on matrices. Does ...
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What is a good book for ordinary differential equations?

The question is sujestive, I need to know what are good books for learning ordinary differential equations but in a deep mathematical framework. I need names of books that do not focus just on solving ...
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What are some textbooks on the same level as Ross's “A First Course in Probability”?

Ideally, I would like to have at least six standard probability texts so that I can compare them to each other. Thank You.
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Texts on Coxeter groups

I'm looking for an introductory text on Coxeter groups. It can assume undegraduate knowledge of Algebra (Groups up to and including the Sylow theorems in Fraleigh, elementary knowledge of rings, ...
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Can you give some information for rothe method

I want to learn a numerical method for PDEs other than finite difference method. After some research on internet i have found Rothe method and it looks interesting to me. Unfortunately, i couldn't ...
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Looking a good book about Fourier Series

I'm studying Rudin's Mathematical Analysis, but I'd like to study another book (specially the Fourier Series topics) to improve my knowledge. Could you give any suggestions? Thanks so much!
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How was real analysis & topology taught in the 70's?

What was the 'gold standard' textbook before Rudin? Furthermore, if anyone has knowledge of what textbooks Princeton or Harvard used back in the 1960's or 70's, I would highly appreciate it if you ...
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“Honest” introductory real analysis book

I was asked if I could suggest an "honest" introductory real analysis book, where "honest" means: with every single theorem proved (that is, no "left to the reader" or "you can easily see"); with ...
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Looking for a Real Analysis / Calculus book with theory and proofs

I've encountered before with a certain ebook. It's background is orange. I think it's very popular book, but I couldn't remember it's name. Is somebody familiar with it?
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Great books on all different types of integration techniques

It's coming up to Christmas so I can ask to have all the books I can't afford from begrudging relatives! I'm really interested (mainly from looking at some of the answers cleo and other fantastic ...
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What is a good, hi-tech textbook on complex analysis?

I am looking for an introductory textbook for Complex Analysis that is hi-tech. All the books I have looked at suffer from the same problem; they're only assuming that the reader is familiar with is ...
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Can you recommend a book to learn to teach math to a child?

I am looking for a book which contains some ideas on introducing a child to mathematics. I am not particularly looking for a textbook to be used as part of the teaching (though feel free to mention ...
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Topology/Geometry book for self study

I'm looking for a book on topology and geometry that is suited for self study. That means I would like it to include exercises and solutions. Could you kindly recommend some literature?
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Book for Hilbert spaces.

Which book either on functional analysis or specifically for Hilbert spaces has the best way of explaining with most examples and to the point without much applications. I studied Limaye's book and ...
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Are there some reference books or handbooks on homology and homotopy groups of every manifold which has been calculated?

Are there some reference books or handbooks on homology and homotopy groups of every manifold which has been calculated ? Or Are there some reference books especially on differential geometry and ...
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Real analysis book suggestion

I am searching for a real analysis book (instead of Rudin's) which satisfies the following requirements: clear, motivated (but not chatty), clean exposition in definition-theorem-proof style; ...
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Functional analysis problems collection with solutions

Could you please advise where I can find problems in functional analysis (covering more or less conventional first course in the subject) with the full solutions. The books that I have found so far ...
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Book recommendation for ordinary differential equations

This question has been posted before, but I need book with specific qualifications. I do not need books for engineers, book that is centered around calculations and stuff. I need to find a book that ...
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Open source lecture notes and textbooks

This question is inspired by the popular "Best Sets of Lecture Notes and Articles". Indeed, I would like to collect a "big-list" of open source (that is, with $\LaTeX$ code available) high-quality ...
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A comprehensive book on Applied Mathematics for beginners

The Princeton Companion To Mathematics is described on Wikipedia thus: The book concentrates primarily on modern pure mathematics rather than applied mathematics, although it does also cover both ...
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Markov chain and language/ information theory

Do you have books you can recommend that deal with Markov chains and language/ information theory? As far as I know this was one of the starting points of the theory of Markov chains. The books ...
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Gathering books on Lorentzian Geometry

I find it very hard to find books on Lorentzian Geometry, more focused on the geometry behind it, instead of books that go for the physics and General Relativity approach. More specifically, I'm ...
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Instructive sources for arguing without elements

There is a trend in mathematics towards reasoning without elements if possible (coming from category theory, I presume). I see the appeal and want to learn how to argue avoiding the use of elements, ...
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How does Dummit and Foote's abstract algebra text compare to others?

I am looking for a good book on abstract algebra (and if possible linear algebra). Obviously as most of these texts are fairly expensive I want to know for sure which one is best for me. Could ...
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Rotmans Advanced Modern Algebra as first algebra book ,opinions?

Ok so I have been trying to learn abstract algebra.I have started with Dummit and Fottes Abstract algebra, but to me it seems to be burdened with informal developments,and proofs which are not ...
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Suggested Reading for Combinatorics

What are some suggestions for texts on introductory combinatorics and its applications? I would prefer if the applications would be to other branches of mathematics rather than outside of mathematics. ...
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Suggest solutions book

Does somebody know solutions manual for book "An Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography" by Jeffrey Hoffstein, Jill Pipher, Joseph H. Silverman?
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Books Authored by P.S. Modenov

Does anyone have any digital copies of the English translated versions of the books written by Soviet mathematician, Peter S. Modenov?
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Book recommendation for analysis problems

I am studying Apostol's book of Mathematical Analysis, and I am looking for problems. I have solved most of the problems in Apostol and most in Rudin, also from Folland. Can someone plese recommend ...
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James R. Munkres' TOPOLOGY, 2nd edition: How to check my work?

I'm trying to learn, or revise, some topology from James R. Munkres' TOPOLOGY, 2nd edition. I'm working alone; that is, I'm self-learning. It is quite fun. But the problem is how do I check if I've ...
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Recommending websites that are gentle on introducing advanced math concepts?

I don't have a math background, but I am an experienced programmer, and don't have problem in reading some introductory science books, and I would like to know more about some advanced math topics ...