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Source of Proof of a theorem on Area of Pre-image under a complex polynomial

The following fascinating theorem ,attributed to Polya is mentioned in the introduction of the paper "The Areas of Polynomial Images and Pre-Images by Edward Crane" paper link.Could ...
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A book to review abstract algebra?

Lately I'm reading some books of commutative algebra, and I could understand what the writer says but do not know the big picture, and sometimes get stuck while reading. Also, I find some concepts in ...
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Recommendations on numerical methods and numerical analysis books for machine learning? [duplicate]

I'm self studying maths for machine learning and I have read Introduction to Linear Algebra and Calculus, both by Gilbert Strang. Now I'm going to study optimization, but I also would like to study ...
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Book recommendations for Combinatorics for Computer Science Students

I am a computer science student with an interest in competitive programming. I am currently looking to deepen my understanding of combinatorics, as it is a crucial part of algorithm design and ...
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Book recommendation for stochastic integral wrt local martingales

I am looking for a book (or a chapter of a book) for stochastic integral wrt local martingales. The book should contain a rigourous introduction to the definition. It should also contain proofs for ...
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Book/Notes Recommendation for Quadratic Optimization

While self-studying and planning on doing some small-time research/fun based on Philip Wolf's "The Simplex Method for Quadratic Programming", I got interested in the notion of quadratic ...
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Recommendations for 'accessible' complex analysis books with these topics [duplicate]

By 'accessible' I mean more easier to follow. Since what is 'easier' varies person to person I will say that I graduated in computer science and not math, and to learn calculus I-II, I used James ...
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History of the development of graph theory

I’m looking for a book or reference on the history of the development of graph theory. I would especially appreciate something with both technical and historical details. An example of something like ...
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Introductory books in Random Matrix Theory for Riemann zeta function

In many papers when studying Riemann zeta function (like Alternate Hypothesis, or pair correlation conjecture) I faced with terms like "gaussian unitary ensemble" or "random matrix ...
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Any good books/sources about multiple indefinite integrals?

I want to learn some stuff about double, triple, ect. indefinite integrals, meaning antiderivatives of functions with multiple variables, but, I didn't find much online and I was wandering if any of ...
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Book Recommendation on Edge or Boundary Detection

I have recently being interested in the estimation of discontinuities or jumps from noisy signals or densities and spend some time reading "Image Processing and Jump Regression Analysis" by ...
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Textbook Recommendations: Measure Theory to Supplement Asymptotic Statistics (van der Vaart)

I'm a math and economics undergraduate interested in econometrics and statistics. I'm trying to put together an independent study course (or courses) that will give me a working understanding of ...
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Seeking Book Recommendations on Probability Concentration Inequalities and Their Applications

I'm looking for good exopository books and resources for probability concentration inequalities that covers both the theoretical aspects and practical applications of these inequalities. My interest ...
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Book recommendation: A Calculus book with good balance of intuition and rigor

Can someone recommend a Calculus book that emphasizes and clarifies the intuition behind the theorems to the maximum, while at the same time is fairly rigorous? During my bachelor's in computer ...
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Book Recommendations for Integral Geometry, focusing on Crofton's Formula and Applications

I am seeking recommendations for books or resources that provide an engaging introduction to integral geometry, with a particular interest in Crofton's formula and its various proofs. I am looking for ...
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Ressources for the swallowing lemma

I am doing a bachelor project in Algebraic K-theory, and have run into the swallowing lemma, in particular in the proof that the $Q$ and $S.$ construction yield the same and in the proof of the ...
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Modern books similar to Hall and Knight

What books could serve as a modern equivalent to classics like Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight and Higher Algebra by Barnard and Child? Basically, what would be a modern rigorous, and comprehensive ...
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Book recommendation with algebra problems for the Olympiad

I have been preparing for some time on this kind of Olympiad problems like the ones attached below. I am generally interested in equations, inequalities with logarithms, exponents, radicals etc. that ...
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What is the Second mean value theorem for integrals?

I was attempting to solve this limit $$\lim_{n \to \infty}\int_{0}^ \infty \frac{nx \arctan(x)}{(1+x)(n^2+x^2)}dx $$ After some time I gave up and saw the solution. The solution involves the Second ...
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How to self-study a sufficient real-analysis course [closed]

I'm currently a high school freshman trying to find some resources for studying higher math. I've read through some Intro to Proof books, Stewart's Calculus (and other supplementary calculus materials)...
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Searching for textbooks that teach math differently from other textbooks about the same subject. [closed]

Famous examples would be LADR (which to an extent eschews determinants) and Aluffi's Algebra (which involves some category theory). I would like more books in this vein, that either teach differently ...
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Mastermind guessing

I'm reading this problem and I can understand how they got the output for the first four test cases. But the last one I can't really arrive at it. Is there some mathematical concept that I can apply ...
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what are $\mathcal{O}(x)$ and $\mathcal{o}(x)$? and where did they came from?

I often see $\mathcal{O}(x)$ or $o(x)$ notations in evaluating limits, sums and integrals like in this answer on one of my questions, but I have no idea what they mean. I thought that these notations ...
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Book recommendation: integrable systems [closed]

I am looking for good math book on integrable systems, could you recommend any? Thanks
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How does Fleming's Functions of Several Variables compare to other texts?

How does the book Functions of Several Variables by Wendell Fleming compare to texts like Spivak Calculus on Manifolds, Munkres Analysis on Manifolds, C.H Edwards Advanced Calculus of Several ...
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Seeking Advice: Optimal Study Methods and Sources for Advanced Linear Algebra Topics

Hello Math Stack Exchange community, I'm currently looking to delve deeper into advanced topics in linear algebra, including system of linear equations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, vector spaces, ...
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Can you recommend a good textbook for Algebraic geometry for a beginner?

I want to learn Algebraic geometry. My main focus will be on Varieties. Can you recommend a good textbook for Algebraic geometry for a beginner?
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How can I fix my understanding of Numerical Analysis?

I am an undergraduate student taking Numerical Analysis. I’m having a hard time understanding some of the material because it feels as though my instructor is jumping all over the place. When it comes ...
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fourier analysis book with measure theory as prerequisities

Can someone lists out the good books on fourier analysis, but fourier analysis treatment should have prerequsities of measure theory, some Lp space, density knowledge etc. but at the same time easier ...
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Books on co-Heyting algebras (with a view to their logics).

I would like to know more about co-Heyting algebras, particularly from the perspective of their logics (like paraconsistent logics). What books are available out there on the topic? It might be that ...
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Show that $\lim_{K \to \infty} \sum_{k=-K}^{K} \hat{f}(k) e(k \alpha) = \dfrac{f(\alpha^+)+f(\alpha^-)}{2}.$

I am studying Multiplicative number theory I: Classical theory by Hugh L. Montgomery, Robert C. Vaughan. The following is the beginning of Appendix D: I could not understand the last sentence (the ...
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What are some good learning materials for Affine Algebras

I am looking for resources - courses or books - that graduate students can take to learn Affine Algebras, preferably along with their generalizations and applications to physics. This post is inspired ...
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Seeking suggestions for a book with hard problems about surface and volume integrals

I am interested about the hard problem of surface and volume integral, so can anyone suggest me a book based on the problem on surface and volume integral (containing a lot of hard problem) for ...
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Book recommendation on the theory of polynomial equations

So far I have not been able to find a book on my level about the theory of polynomial equations. I am taking a class on "advanced algebra" and one of the units is theory of equations, I'd ...
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Discrete math at the graduate level

As a graduate student, I haven't delved deeply into several discrete math subjects such as combinatorics and graph theory. I have always felt that these areas often present a mishmash of techniques ...
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Advice about a composite book or series on mathematics

My question is mainly about a good book or maybe a series of books which provide me a very a basic understanding of topic of mathematics on an University level. To be specific, is there any series for ...
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Resource recommendation on Probability, Combinatorics, and Statistics.

Introductory and Intuitive book covering Probability, Combinatorics, and Statistics. Some books that are "Introductory and Intuitive" have read in the past are Calculus Made Easy by ...
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Proofs for the properties of $\mu(\sigma)$, the order of $\zeta(s)$

The following is a text from Section 5.1 of Titchmarsh's book The Theory of the Riemann Zeta-Function: For each $\sigma$ we define a number $\mu(\sigma)$ as the lower bound of numbers $\xi$ such that $...
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How do i stop the perfectionism with textbooks? [closed]

I have this problem that whenever i want to dip my toes into a new area of math that I'm either completely new to or have so little knowledge in it, I always go and google "Best books to learn [...
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Reference book or notes: Linear Algebra

I know this question has been asked many times over here, but I never found something that really matches my requests and my needs, so I thought of asking a question in a different way: I will write ...
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Abelian subgroups of order automorphism group $({\rm Aut}(\mathbb R,\le), \circ )$

I am searching for any results regarding Abelian subgroups of $({\rm Aut}(\mathbb R,\le), \circ )$, the order automorphism group of $\mathbb R$ (order automorphisms of $\mathbb R$ with the composition ...
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Are there any good trig/precalc textbooks to prepare for the AMC 12?

I am a sophomore in high school and just learned about the AMC 10 and 12. I want to participate in the AMC 12 next year as a junior. I am relatively good at math. I will be taking Calculus 3 next year ...
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Further resources on category theory

I'm currently looking for sources on category theory that take a more intuitive approach and delves deeper into the nature of the idealogy leading to the theory. I read some elementary books on the ...
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Reference for Combinatorial Game Theory [duplicate]

I have become interested in the game of Go and have always loved mathematics. After some reading I have found the subject of combinatorial game theory. I'm looking for a book on the subject with a ...
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Confusing statement in stats book

I just picked up a book, and while I was skimming through it one statement caught my eye. In Chapter 2, page 47 of Statistical Inference it reads: If X is a random variable with cdf $F_X(x)$ then any ...
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Book on indefinite inner product

I am studying a book on "Hyperbolic Geometry". It start with the The Lorentzian inner product $\langle x,y\rangle = x_1y_1+x_2y_2+\dots -x_ny_n$ on $\mathbb{R}^n.$ I find it interesting and ...
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Is there a math book which defines everything right from the beginning? [closed]

To clarify, I am just a student in grade 12 so I only understand simple mathematical structures like sets, matrices, determinants and all the basic functions. My question is that, is there any one ...
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Advanced Calculus Book Recommendation [duplicate]

I'm starting a course in advanced/multivariable calculus this upcoming semester. It will cover: Series, Differential Analysis in R^n and multiple integrals What are some rigorous books/lecture notes ...
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Self Learning - Moonshine beyond the Monster

EDIT: I tried to introduce some of the parts that I could use extra reading in the below list, and changed the final question to be more specific to the list. I am working on a individual study as an ...
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Big Number Textbook recommendation

i want to learn big numbers in 2024, big numbers such as : TREE(3), graham's number, busy beaver, rayo's number. can you guys recommend me some book about big numbers?
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