The princeton companion to mathematics is a friendly informative reference book that attempts to explain what mathematics is about and what mathematicians do over 200 entries by a panel of experts span such topics as the origins of modern mathematics mathematical concepts branches of mathematics mathematicians that contributed to the . The princeton companion to mathematics by unknown2008 09 28 unknown books amazonca skip to main contentca books hello sign in account lists account returns orders try prime cart . Honorable mention for the 2008 prose award for single volume reference science association of american publishers one of choices outstanding academic titles for 2009the princeton companion to mathematics makes a heroic attempt to keep abstract concepts to a minimum and conveys the breadth depth and diversity of mathematics it is . Princeton university press sep 28 2008 mathematics 1034 pages 3 reviews this is a one of a kind reference for anyone with a serious interest in mathematics edited by timothy gowers a recipient of the fields medal it presents nearly two hundred entries written especially for this book by some of the worlds leading mathematicians . Princeton university press jul 18 2010 mathematics 1056 pages the princeton companion to mathematics surveys the most active and exciting branches of pure mathematics accessible in style this is an indispensable resource for undergraduate and graduate students in mathematics as well as for researchers and scholars seeking to
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