Geometry and Topology

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September 22, 2014
Author(s):
Victor A. Galaktionov, Enzo L. Mitidieri, Stanislav I. Pohozaev
Blow-up for Higher-Order Parabolic, Hyperbolic, Dispersion and Schrödinger Equations shows how four types of higher-order nonlinear evolution partial differential equations (PDEs) have many commonalities through their special quasilinear degenerate representations. The authors present a unified 
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February 06, 2014
Author(s):
Cyrus F. Nourani
This book is an introduction to a functorial model theory based on infinitary language categories. The author introduces the properties and foundation of these categories before developing a model theory for functors starting with a countable fragment of an infinitary language. He also presents a 
Published:
October 23, 2013
Author(s):
Anant R. Shastri
Building on rudimentary knowledge of real analysis, point-set topology, and basic algebra, Basic Algebraic Topology provides plenty of material for a two-semester course in algebraic topology. The book first introduces the necessary fundamental concepts, such as relative homotopy, fibrations and 
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August 17, 2013
Author(s):
Zeraoulia Elhadj
This book is a comprehensive collection of known results about the Lozi map, a piecewise-affine version of the Henon map. Henon map is one of the most studied examples in dynamical systems and it attracts a lot of attention from researchers, however it is difficult to analyze analytically. Simpler 
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June 24, 2013
Author(s):
Rephael Wenger
Ever since Lorensen and Cline published their paper on the Marching Cubes algorithm, isosurfaces have been a standard technique for the visualization of 3D volumetric data. Yet there is no book exclusively devoted to isosurfaces. Isosurfaces: Geometry, Topology, and Algorithms represents the first 
Published:
May 20, 2013
Author(s):
Tej Bahadur Singh
Topology is a large subject with many branches broadly categorized as algebraic topology, point-set topology, and geometric topology. Point-set topology is the main language for a broad variety of mathematical disciplines. Algebraic topology serves as a powerful tool for studying the problems in 
Published:
July 30, 2012
Author(s):
Edward S. Popko
This well-illustrated book—in color throughout—presents a thorough introduction to the mathematics of Buckminster Fuller’s invention of the geodesic dome, which paved the way for a flood of practical applications as diverse as weather forecasting and fish farms. The author explains the principles 
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July 02, 2012
Author(s):
Tevian Dray
The Geometry of Special Relativity provides an introduction to special relativity that encourages readers to see beyond the formulas to the deeper geometric structure. The text treats the geometry of hyperbolas as the key to understanding special relativity. This approach replaces the ubiquitous ? 
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April 26, 2012
Author(s):
Denny Gulick
Now with an extensive introduction to fractal geometry Revised and updated, Encounters with Chaos and Fractals, Second Edition provides an accessible introduction to chaotic dynamics and fractal geometry for readers with a calculus background. It incorporates important mathematical concepts 
Published:
March 27, 2012
Author(s):
Nelson L. Max
This video is about the problem of turning a sphere inside out, by passing the surface through itself, without making any holes or creases. Mathematicians believed the problem to be unsolvable until 1958, when Stephen Smale proved otherwise. The motion of turning a sphere inside out, called a 

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