I apologize for burdening MO with such a vapid, nonresearch question, but
I have been curious ever since
Suvrit's popular October 2010
*Most memorable titles* MO question
if there were any "$E=mc^2$-titles", as I think of them—how Einstein in retrospect might have entitled his 1905 paper
(instead of
"Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Körper"!)—paper/book titles composed entirely of math symbols.

There are two close misses in the responses to that MO question:
Connes et al.'s
"Fun with $\mathbb{F}_{1}$",
and Taubes's
"${\rm GR}={\rm SW}$: Counting curves and connections."
The only title entirely composed of math symbols with which I'm familiar is the delightful book *A=B*, by Marko Petkovsek, Herbert Wilf, and Doron Zeilberger.
Can you identify others?

Please interpret this question in a weekend-recreational spirit! :-)

figuresseparated by an equals sign. Of course, now I've forgotten the authors. – JeffE Mar 31 '12 at 18:21