Author: 卡内基
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 258
Release: 2019
ISBN 10: 9787544779067
ISBN 13: 7544779068
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

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Proofs from THE BOOK

Proofs from THE BOOK
Author: Martin Aigner,Gunter M. Ziegler,Günter M. Ziegler
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 239
Release: 2004
ISBN 10: 9783540404606
ISBN 13: 3540404600
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Proofs from THE BOOK Book Review:

Inside PFTB ("Proofs from The Book") is indeed a glimpse of mathematical heaven, where clever insights and beautiful ideas combine in astonishing and glorious ways. Some of the proofs are classics, but many are new and brilliant proofs of classical results--"Notices of the AMS," August 1999.


Author: William Morris
Publsiher: 右灰文化傳播有限公司可提供下載列印
Total Pages: 329
Release: 2017-04-23
ISBN 10:
ISBN 13:
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Discussion and Bed Up at the League, says a friend, there had been one night a brisk conversational discussion, as to what would happen on the Morrow of the Revolution, finally shading off into a vigorous statement by various friends of their views on the future of the fully-developed new society. Says our friend: Considering the subject, the discussion was good-tempered; for those present being used to public meetings and after-lecture debates, if they did not listen to each others' opinions (which could hardly be expected of them), at all events did not always attempt to speak all together, as is the custom of people in ordinary polite society when conversing on a subject which interests them. For the rest, there were six persons present, and consequently six sections of the party were represented, four of which had strong but divergent Anarchist opinions. One of the sections, says our friend, a man whom he knows very well indeed, sat almost silent at the beginning of the discussion, but at last got drawn into it and finished by roaring out very loud, and damning all the rest for fools; after which befell a period of noise, and then a lull, during which the aforesaid section, having said good-night very amicably, took his way home by himself to a western suburb, using the means of travelling which civilisation has forced upon us like a habit. As he sat in that vapour-bath of hurried and discontented humanity, a carriage of the underground railway, he, like others stewed discontentedly, while in self-reproachful mood he turned over the many excellent and conclusive arguments which though they lay at his fingers' ends, he had forgotten in the just past discussion. But this frame of mind he was so used to, that it didn't last him long, and after a brief discomfort, caused by disgust with himself for having lost his temper (which he was also well used to), he found himself musing on the subject-matter of discussion, but still discontentedly and unhappily.