The Resource Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource)
Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource)
Resource Information
The item Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of San Diego Libraries.This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch.
Resource Information
The item Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of San Diego Libraries.
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch.
 Extent
 x, 431 p.
 Contents

 L.A. Steen
 Alan Turing and the central limit theorem
 S.L. Zabell
 Why did George Green write his essay of 1828 on electricity and magnetism?
 I. GrattanGuinness
 Connectivity and smokerings : Green's second identity in its first fifty years
 Thomas Archibald
 The history of Stokes' theorem
 Victor J. Katz
 The mathematical collaboration of M.L. Cartwright and J.E. Littlewood
 [Pt. 1.] Analysis
 Shawnee L. McMurran and
 James J. Tattersall
 Dr. David Harold Blackwell, African American pioneer
 Nkechi Agwu,
 Luella Smith and
 Aissatou Barry
 [pt. 2.] Geometry, topology and foundations
 Gauss and the nonEuclidean geometry
 George Bruce Halsted
 History of the parallel postulate
 Who gave you the epsilon? : Cauchy and the origins of rigorous calculus
 Florence P. Lewis
 The rise and fall of projective geometry
 J.L. Coolidge
 Notes on the history of geometrical ideas
 Dan Pedoe
 A note on the history of the Cantor set and Cantor function
 Julian F. Fleron
 Evolution of the topological concept of "connected"
 R.L. Wilder
 A brief, subjective history of homology and homotopy theory in this century
 Judith V. Grabiner
 Peter Hilton
 The origins of modern axiomatics : Pasch to Peano
 H.C. Kennedy
 C.S. Pierce's philosophy of infinite sets
 Joseph W. Dauben
 On the development of logics between the two world wars
 I. GrattanGuinness
 Dedekind's theorem : [square root of 2] x [square root of 3] = [square root of 6]
 David Fowler
 [pt. 3.] Algebra and number theory
 Evolution of the function concept : a brief survey
 Hamilton's discovery of quaternions
 B.L. van der Waerden
 Hamilton, Rodrigues, and the quaternion scandal
 Simon L. Altmann
 Building an international reputation : the case of J.J. Sylvester (18141897)
 Karen Hunger Parshall and
 Eugene Seneta
 The foundation period in the history of group theory
 Josephine E. Burns
 The evolution of group theory : a brief survey
 Israel Kleiner
 Israel Kleiner
 The search for finite simple groups
 Joseph A. Gallian
 Genius and biographers : the fictionalization of Evariste Galois
 Tony Rothman
 Hermann Grassmann and the creation of linear algebra
 Desmond FearnleySander
 The roots of commutative algebra in algebraic number theory
 Israel Kleiner
 Eisenstein's misunderstood geometric proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem
 S. Kovalevsky : a mathematical lesson
 Reinhard C. Laubenbacher and
 David J. Pengelley
 Waring's problem
 Charles Small
 A history of the prime number theorem
 L.J. Goldstein
 A hundred years of prime numbers
 Paul T. Bateman and
 Harold G. Diamond
 The Indian mathematician Ramanujan
 Karen D. Rappaport
 G.H. Hardy
 Emmy Noether
 Clark H. Kimberling
 "A marvelous proof"
 Fernando Q. Gouvêa
 [pt. 4.] Surveys
 The International Congress of Mathematicians
 George Bruce Halsted
 A popular account of some new fields of thought in mathematics
 G.A. Miller
 Highlights in the history of spectral theory
 A halfcentury of mathematics
 Hermann Weyl
 Mathematics at the turn of the millennium
 Philip A. Griffiths
 Label
 Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history
 Title
 Who gave you the epsilon?
 Title remainder
 and other tales of mathematical history
 Statement of responsibility
 edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson
 Title variation
 Who gave you the epsilon? & other tales of mathematical history
 Language
 eng
 Cataloging source
 CaPaEBR
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 standards specifications
 bibliography
 http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
 1950
 http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName

 Anderson, Marlow
 Katz, Victor J
 Wilson, Robin J
 ebrary, Inc
 Series statement
 Spectrum series
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
 Mathematics
 Label
 Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Color
 multicolored
 Contents

 L.A. Steen
 Alan Turing and the central limit theorem
 S.L. Zabell
 Why did George Green write his essay of 1828 on electricity and magnetism?
 I. GrattanGuinness
 Connectivity and smokerings : Green's second identity in its first fifty years
 Thomas Archibald
 The history of Stokes' theorem
 Victor J. Katz
 The mathematical collaboration of M.L. Cartwright and J.E. Littlewood
 [Pt. 1.] Analysis
 Shawnee L. McMurran and
 James J. Tattersall
 Dr. David Harold Blackwell, African American pioneer
 Nkechi Agwu,
 Luella Smith and
 Aissatou Barry
 [pt. 2.] Geometry, topology and foundations
 Gauss and the nonEuclidean geometry
 George Bruce Halsted
 History of the parallel postulate
 Who gave you the epsilon? : Cauchy and the origins of rigorous calculus
 Florence P. Lewis
 The rise and fall of projective geometry
 J.L. Coolidge
 Notes on the history of geometrical ideas
 Dan Pedoe
 A note on the history of the Cantor set and Cantor function
 Julian F. Fleron
 Evolution of the topological concept of "connected"
 R.L. Wilder
 A brief, subjective history of homology and homotopy theory in this century
 Judith V. Grabiner
 Peter Hilton
 The origins of modern axiomatics : Pasch to Peano
 H.C. Kennedy
 C.S. Pierce's philosophy of infinite sets
 Joseph W. Dauben
 On the development of logics between the two world wars
 I. GrattanGuinness
 Dedekind's theorem : [square root of 2] x [square root of 3] = [square root of 6]
 David Fowler
 [pt. 3.] Algebra and number theory
 Evolution of the function concept : a brief survey
 Hamilton's discovery of quaternions
 B.L. van der Waerden
 Hamilton, Rodrigues, and the quaternion scandal
 Simon L. Altmann
 Building an international reputation : the case of J.J. Sylvester (18141897)
 Karen Hunger Parshall and
 Eugene Seneta
 The foundation period in the history of group theory
 Josephine E. Burns
 The evolution of group theory : a brief survey
 Israel Kleiner
 Israel Kleiner
 The search for finite simple groups
 Joseph A. Gallian
 Genius and biographers : the fictionalization of Evariste Galois
 Tony Rothman
 Hermann Grassmann and the creation of linear algebra
 Desmond FearnleySander
 The roots of commutative algebra in algebraic number theory
 Israel Kleiner
 Eisenstein's misunderstood geometric proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem
 S. Kovalevsky : a mathematical lesson
 Reinhard C. Laubenbacher and
 David J. Pengelley
 Waring's problem
 Charles Small
 A history of the prime number theorem
 L.J. Goldstein
 A hundred years of prime numbers
 Paul T. Bateman and
 Harold G. Diamond
 The Indian mathematician Ramanujan
 Karen D. Rappaport
 G.H. Hardy
 Emmy Noether
 Clark H. Kimberling
 "A marvelous proof"
 Fernando Q. Gouvêa
 [pt. 4.] Surveys
 The International Congress of Mathematicians
 George Bruce Halsted
 A popular account of some new fields of thought in mathematics
 G.A. Miller
 Highlights in the history of spectral theory
 A halfcentury of mathematics
 Hermann Weyl
 Mathematics at the turn of the millennium
 Philip A. Griffiths
 Control code
 ebr10722449
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 x, 431 p.
 Form of item

 online
 electronic
 Other physical details
 ill
 Reproduction note
 Electronic reproduction.
 Specific material designation
 remote
 Label
 Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Color
 multicolored
 Contents

 L.A. Steen
 Alan Turing and the central limit theorem
 S.L. Zabell
 Why did George Green write his essay of 1828 on electricity and magnetism?
 I. GrattanGuinness
 Connectivity and smokerings : Green's second identity in its first fifty years
 Thomas Archibald
 The history of Stokes' theorem
 Victor J. Katz
 The mathematical collaboration of M.L. Cartwright and J.E. Littlewood
 [Pt. 1.] Analysis
 Shawnee L. McMurran and
 James J. Tattersall
 Dr. David Harold Blackwell, African American pioneer
 Nkechi Agwu,
 Luella Smith and
 Aissatou Barry
 [pt. 2.] Geometry, topology and foundations
 Gauss and the nonEuclidean geometry
 George Bruce Halsted
 History of the parallel postulate
 Who gave you the epsilon? : Cauchy and the origins of rigorous calculus
 Florence P. Lewis
 The rise and fall of projective geometry
 J.L. Coolidge
 Notes on the history of geometrical ideas
 Dan Pedoe
 A note on the history of the Cantor set and Cantor function
 Julian F. Fleron
 Evolution of the topological concept of "connected"
 R.L. Wilder
 A brief, subjective history of homology and homotopy theory in this century
 Judith V. Grabiner
 Peter Hilton
 The origins of modern axiomatics : Pasch to Peano
 H.C. Kennedy
 C.S. Pierce's philosophy of infinite sets
 Joseph W. Dauben
 On the development of logics between the two world wars
 I. GrattanGuinness
 Dedekind's theorem : [square root of 2] x [square root of 3] = [square root of 6]
 David Fowler
 [pt. 3.] Algebra and number theory
 Evolution of the function concept : a brief survey
 Hamilton's discovery of quaternions
 B.L. van der Waerden
 Hamilton, Rodrigues, and the quaternion scandal
 Simon L. Altmann
 Building an international reputation : the case of J.J. Sylvester (18141897)
 Karen Hunger Parshall and
 Eugene Seneta
 The foundation period in the history of group theory
 Josephine E. Burns
 The evolution of group theory : a brief survey
 Israel Kleiner
 Israel Kleiner
 The search for finite simple groups
 Joseph A. Gallian
 Genius and biographers : the fictionalization of Evariste Galois
 Tony Rothman
 Hermann Grassmann and the creation of linear algebra
 Desmond FearnleySander
 The roots of commutative algebra in algebraic number theory
 Israel Kleiner
 Eisenstein's misunderstood geometric proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem
 S. Kovalevsky : a mathematical lesson
 Reinhard C. Laubenbacher and
 David J. Pengelley
 Waring's problem
 Charles Small
 A history of the prime number theorem
 L.J. Goldstein
 A hundred years of prime numbers
 Paul T. Bateman and
 Harold G. Diamond
 The Indian mathematician Ramanujan
 Karen D. Rappaport
 G.H. Hardy
 Emmy Noether
 Clark H. Kimberling
 "A marvelous proof"
 Fernando Q. Gouvêa
 [pt. 4.] Surveys
 The International Congress of Mathematicians
 George Bruce Halsted
 A popular account of some new fields of thought in mathematics
 G.A. Miller
 Highlights in the history of spectral theory
 A halfcentury of mathematics
 Hermann Weyl
 Mathematics at the turn of the millennium
 Philip A. Griffiths
 Control code
 ebr10722449
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 x, 431 p.
 Form of item

 online
 electronic
 Other physical details
 ill
 Reproduction note
 Electronic reproduction.
 Specific material designation
 remote
Library Links
Embed
Settings
Select options that apply then copy and paste the RDF/HTML data fragment to include in your application
Embed this data in a secure (HTTPS) page:
Layout options:
Include data citation:
<div class="citation" vocab="http://schema.org/"><i class="fa faexternallinksquare fafw"></i> Data from <span resource="http://link.sandiego.edu/portal/Whogaveyoutheepsilonandothertalesof/YNmv2TxZf3U/" typeof="Book http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/Item"><span property="name http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/label"><a href="http://link.sandiego.edu/portal/Whogaveyoutheepsilonandothertalesof/YNmv2TxZf3U/">Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource)</a></span>  <span property="potentialAction" typeOf="OrganizeAction"><span property="agent" typeof="LibrarySystem http://library.link/vocab/LibrarySystem" resource="http://link.sandiego.edu/"><span property="name http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/label"><a property="url" href="http://link.sandiego.edu/">University of San Diego Libraries</a></span></span></span></span></div>
Note: Adjust the width and height settings defined in the RDF/HTML code fragment to best match your requirements
Preview
Cite Data  Experimental
Data Citation of the Item Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource)
Copy and paste the following RDF/HTML data fragment to cite this resource
<div class="citation" vocab="http://schema.org/"><i class="fa faexternallinksquare fafw"></i> Data from <span resource="http://link.sandiego.edu/portal/Whogaveyoutheepsilonandothertalesof/YNmv2TxZf3U/" typeof="Book http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/Item"><span property="name http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/label"><a href="http://link.sandiego.edu/portal/Whogaveyoutheepsilonandothertalesof/YNmv2TxZf3U/">Who gave you the epsilon? : and other tales of mathematical history, edited by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, Robin Wilson, (electronic resource)</a></span>  <span property="potentialAction" typeOf="OrganizeAction"><span property="agent" typeof="LibrarySystem http://library.link/vocab/LibrarySystem" resource="http://link.sandiego.edu/"><span property="name http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/label"><a property="url" href="http://link.sandiego.edu/">University of San Diego Libraries</a></span></span></span></span></div>