Universal Bibliography/Mathematics

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This part of the Universal Bibliography is a bibliography of mathematics.

General series

  • Walter Ledermann (ed). Library of Mathematics. Routledge & Kegan Paul. Reviews: TLS, TES, Nature
  • Addison-Wesley Series in Mathematics
  • Chapman & Hall Mathematics
  • R Brown and M A H Dempster (eds). Chapman and Hall Mathematics Series
  • Ewing, Gehring and Halmos (eds). Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Springer Verlag
  • Kelley and Halmos. The University Series in Undergraduate Mathematics. Van Nostrand Reinhold
  • David A Towers (ed). Macmillan Mathematical Guides
  • Paul A Smith and Samuel Eilenberg. Pure and Applied Mathematics: A Series of Textbooks and Monographs. Academic Press
  • International Series in Pure and Applied Mathematics. McGraw Hill
  • Schaum's Outline Series in Mathematics & Statistics. McGraw Hill
  • McGraw Hill Series in Higher Mathematics
  • Churchill Brown Series. McGraw Hill
  • L Marder (ed). Problem Solvers. George Allen & Unwin

Linear algebra

  • Seymour Lipschutz. Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Linear Algebra. McGraw Hill. 1968. 1974.
  • Howard Anton. Elementary Linear Algebra. 7th Ed. John Wiley. 1994.
  • Serge Lang. Introduction to Linear Algebra. Addison Wesley. 1970.
  • A Mary Tropper. Linear Algebra. Nelson. 1969.
  • P M Cohn. Elements of Linear Algebra. Chapman & Hall. 1994.

Linear analysis

  • Ostberg and Perkins. An Introduction to Linear Analysis. Addison Wesley. 1966.

Mathematics for scientists, engineers

Mathematics of science

Mathematical physics

  • Boas. Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences.
  • Margenau and Murphy. The Mathematics of Physics and Chemistry. 1st Ed: 1943. 2nd Ed: 1956. Tenth reprint: 1976. GBooks: editions:ckaoI1Dpq9UC
  • Bryron and Fuller. Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics.