Questions tagged [book-recommendation]

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Student's $t_\nu$ distribution

Can anyone help me to solve the exercise $(4.6.9)$ from Nitis Mukhopadyay book ? I do not know even how to begin the transformation technique suggested. I'm interested in the derivation of $(11.4.11)$...
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Solution of a book [closed]

can anybody share Student Solutions Manual to Accompany Calculus With Analytic Geometry pdf with me? I am studying Simmons but it is getting difficult to get the answers even after multiple attempts.
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What are the best books to study combinatorics? [closed]

I am a student of Class 10 and want to crack RMO. I am struggling with the chapter Combinatorics. I am already following the book Pathfinder for Olympiad Mathematics. In that book each and every ...
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Looking for guidance to study linear algebra [duplicate]

As the title implies, I'm in need of some guidance from people with experience in linear algebra on how I should approach the subject to learn more effectively. My background: I'm a masters student in ...
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Prerequisites for Topos Theory by Peter Johnstone

This I'm a third year undergraduate student majoring computer science and minoring mathematics. I'm interested in topos theory both from logical and geometrical point of view. I've seen this book ...
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Regarding the definition of Random Walk [closed]

It is well-known that Random walk is considered to be a specific case Brownian motion, i.e., discrete Brownian motion. Therefore, I am looking for a highly recommended reference on this special case (...
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Recommendation on books

I am planning to finish a sequence of math books. I have finished requisite pre-calculus, trig-1 and have some experience in proofs. I am currently studying Hardy's Course of Pure Mathematics(to learn ...
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Highly Recommended References on Harmonic and Stationary Measures

A harmonic or stationary measure is said to be Regular if it is Absolutely Continuous with respect to Lebesgue Measure and Singular if it is not. I need to understand the Regularity and Singularity of ...
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Which book is best book for metric space? [duplicate]

Please suggest me good books for metric space. I am reading $topology$ $in$ $metric$ $space$ by $s$ $kumaresan$. This is a good book also and I want to know some other good books for metric space.And ...
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Formal Logic for Mathematics, self study suggestions

I’m coming to realize that all of mathematics can be reduced to, and better understood by using formal logic. I want to learn how to create a system of formal logic that can be used to explain any ...
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Beginner Books to learn fuzzy set and fuzzy logic [duplicate]

I want to learn measures of possibility but first I need to learn Fuzzy Set/Logic, some book/material recommendations for beginners?
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I want to start studying mathematics again,where should i start??

So, currently I'm a CSE student and just gave 2nd years end semester exams. So in my syllabus there is some mathematics but now I'm more interested in mathematics and want to continue learning/...
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Looking for a book for mathematical thinking [closed]

High school student here just wanting to be better at maths and to know how to approach and solve problems and also how to think like a mathematician. Please recommend a book to me it would help a lot....
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Help me choose a linear algebra book

As an undergrad, I studied linear algebra from Hoffman and Kunze. It was a good book and it covers some of the stuff I care about, but I'm wondering if there are better resources. The topics I would ...
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Bibliography for Seminorm Families and Induced Topology

When studying functional analysis, I read about families of semi-norms that induce a weaker topology that makes them continuous. I wanted to know if there is any good bibliography to study on this, ...
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Pre-Calculus and Calculus Combined Textbook

My school has very old pre-calculus books that are not in the best of shape. We also have calculus textbooks that we are not the biggest fans of. I am wondering if anyone knows of a textbook that ...
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K-Theory, how to start

This semester I'm studing courses about representation theory, ring theory, algebraic topology and homological algebra, and this huge mix between algebra and topology made my think about other ways to ...
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Fairly rigorous multivariable calculus books

I'm looking for recommendations for a multivariable calculus book at a somewhat sophisticated level; somewhere between Stewart's Calculus and Munkres' Analysis on Manifolds. I'll have a background in ...
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Graduate level linear algebra?

Basically, I have a few related questions. The first one may seem a little naive, so please forgive me. Is there much linear algebra to be taught beyond the level of books like Axler or Friedberg, ...
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Is Hick's book on differential geometry good for starting a self study on differential geometry?

From many books on differential geometry, the one that caught my attention was Hick's book. It seems to be concise and self-contained, which are very good features if one is trying to self-teach the ...
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Informal Book/Material Recommendation

I have started reading measure theory and encountered a topic Hausdorff measure. I find this topic quite interesting. However, some texts that I am going through Rudin and Folland are too formal and I ...
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Measure Theory Book Recommendations for a Beginner [closed]

I'm an undergraduate who is taking a more rigorous probability class next year, and I'm interested in learning some measure theory to prepare. My most relevant experience is taking a semester of real ...
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Guide to Modular Forms

I recently found more and more interest in number theory, and I am especially intrigued by elliptic curves and modular forms. I bought the title "A First Course in Modular Forms", without ...
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A feasible beta function for explicitly generate the Gödel sentence

I want to start a project to explicitly generate the Gödel sentence on the incompleteness theorem (Rosser version, Robison Arithmetic, with Gödel numbers in it -- the full thing). I read some proofs ...
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Book recommendation of $ARMA$ model

I would like a suggestion in order to study the discrete model of kind $ARX$, $ARMA$, $DARMA$... Can you give me the reference of some books or document where can I study this kind of model? Searching ...
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Good book on abstract algebra [duplicate]

I am an undergraduate student - just started to learn about group theory, ring theory and module theory. I am self studying from the book "Basic Abstract Algebra" by P.B.Bhattacharya, S.K....
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Need help determining the order of books for mathematics self study (names in description).

I have recently started getting back into mathematics as a consequence of trying to get a better grasp on machine learning. I started studying from a machine learning book but found the language ...
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Modern, Clear Mathematics books with a similar style to Sheldon Axler's books [closed]

This list "is All You Need" I graduated in Mathematics a couple of years ago but I know feel that I am forgetting quite a few things so I would like to go over most of the mathematical ...
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Is Hoffmann & Kunze Outdated?

I was looking for books in linear algebra and I came across a Math Stack exchange post explaining why the Linear Algebra book by Hoffman & Kunze is outdated. Is the book outdated or can it be ...
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Suggests text about inverse limit's property

I was looking for a good text about the inverse limit. In particular I saw Atiyah-MacDonald for the topological interpretation in the particular cose of topological rings and Bourbaki for the formal ...
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Book recommendation for Linear Algebra [closed]

I want to delve into Machine Learning, which Linear Algebra book will be a good foundation for that purpose? I have heard about Axler's book, how's that ?
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Book recommendations for the mathematics in epidemiology

I would like to educate myself in a proper way about the terminology, concepts and mathematics of epidemiology. So instead of scrambling through separate articles on various websites, I would like to ...
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Looking for solution manual of Discrete Mathematics by Kenneth H Rosen

I am looking for a solution manual for the book Discrete Mathematics and Its Application by Kenneth H Rosen to verify if i am ...
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Learn Algebra with computational applications [Book Recommendation] [closed]

I am studying Linear and abstract algebra and find it a bit too, again "abstract", could someone recommend me a good book so I can learn it through computational applications? I think it ...
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What is a good book for uniform spaces using pseudometrics definition?

I want to learn uniform spaces. I like pseudometrics definition. Is there a book on uniform spaces using pseudometrics definition? The famous the better. I know most of the core subjects in ...
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Good introduction to free groups and free products

In my undergraduate research project, I am going to study a paper on free products in division rings. To do this, however, I, of course, need to learn about free groups and free products. Right now, ...
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Reference request for IIT JAM.

I am a BSc $3$rd year student.I am aspiring for IIT JAM exam in Mathematics.So I am looking for a problem book that contains sample problems similar to JAM exam questions.Can anyone provide me a link ...
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Book recommendation/reference request on a gentle introduction to cyclotomic polynomials

Can anyone recommend a book or reference material (written in English) that offers a gentle introduction to cyclotomic polynomials? The book does not have to be too comprehensive. I plan to apply the ...
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Is Donald Cohn's second edition of Measure Theory good? [closed]

I read (most of) Baby Rudin, and now i am interested in learning more stuff about real analysis, in particular measure theory and functional analysis. Is "Measure Theory: Second Edition" by ...
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A book on logic covering peano axioms and set theory

I had been reading Terence tao’s analysis I , where he constructs everything from the axioms of Peano and set theory. Could someone recommend me a book which goes deeper into these aspects of logic ...
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In need of new direction/book recommendation; self studying math

I self study mathematics in hope of one day getting a degree in Applied Mathematics. I will provide my mathematical background first as I think it will be necessary to you in giving advice. (I am a ...
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Which should a high schooler complete first? Hardy's “A Course of Pure Mathematics”, or Ghorpade & Limaye's “A Course in Calculus and Real Analysis”?

I am a high schooler. I am looking forward to go through books that introduce calculus and analysis simultaneously. I have learnt to write proofs and have studied propositional calculus. I have chosen ...
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Which book to read together with Royden's Real Analysis?

Which book should one read together with Real Analysis by H. L. Royden and P. M. fitzpatrick, 4th edition, so that the former book (i) elaborates and clarifies the details omitted in the proofs in the ...
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“Advanced” books that we can feel “relaxed” to read

There are many good books in mathematics that can be read for leisure purpose. These books have the feature of simply being "easy" to read, in the sense that even without paper or pen, ...
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Alternative Book for Seber Linear Regression Analysis

I am looking for a more modern alternative for the book from Seber. I really like that he is only using matrix algebra and that he is showing his work with proofs. It is also okay if you know multiple ...
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Any mathematic book to build intuition and logic? [closed]

I'm a 14 year old 8th grader in the USA. I always had a interest in math when I was younger but I wanted to become good at it. I have been searching about how to become good at math and I stumbled ...
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a theorem of Baire dissertation

A function of two variables continues at each variable doesn't have to be continuous but it is pointwise limit of a sequence of continuous functions. In all articles and books that I search for a ...
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Reference request: Elementary geometry done by Geometric Algebra

I'm impressed by geometric algebra (aka Clifford algebra, done in the style of Hestenes et al), but feel unfamiliar compared to analytical geometry, due to not having done many exercises in it. I ask ...
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Introductory book on (only) Topological Manifolds?

In all of the recommendation posts on an introduction to manifolds, the books suggested primarily focus on smooth manifolds, such as Lee's Introduction to Smooth Manifolds and Tu's An Introduction to ...
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Textbooks on Theoretical Computer Science

What graduate level textbooks would you recommend on subjects like Formal Language (Automata) Theory and Complexity (Computability) Theory for someone from a math background wanting to look into the ...

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