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### reference request: simple facts about vector-valued $L^p$ spaces [on hold]

I learned basic results (regarding weak convergence) about Banach-space valued functions of a single real variable when learning PDE. (See e.g. Appendix E in Evans's Partial Differential Equations) I ...

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Does anyone have suggestions for books, or lecture notes, (or videos) for studying pullback rings? ( whole book or a section that have an easy and basic approach.)
I know definition;
...

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### Book recommendation for cobordism theory

I am planning to organize a seminar on cobordism theory and I'm looking for a reference. Such a reference is preferably a book, but I'm open to other ideas.
The audience is familiar with ...

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It seems to me that 2-category is the natural frame to express many of the interesting concepts in computer science :
monoidal categories and the various monoids (inc monades etc..)
end and coend as ...

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### Mathematics Book on Yang-Mills Equation [duplicate]

I am planning to read two papers - Atiyah-Bott's paper on Yang-Mills equations on Riemann surfaces and Hitchin's Self-Duality equations on Riemann Surface. Can someone please suggest some book where ...

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Could you suggest me a book or a link where I can find some information about the Grothendieck problem about differential equations?
The Grothendieck problem that I am reffering to is the following: ...

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### Notes on flag varieties and Grassmannians for beginners

Can you suggest books or lecture notes (for beginners) covering basic material about flag varieties and Grassmannians (of reductive groups), with emphasis on the usual flag variety, i.e. flag variety ...

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### An introduction to Macdonald polynomials other (better?!) than SFHP

Long story short, I personally find Macdonald's celebrated book Symmetric Functions and Hall Polynomials somewhat difficult to read for various reasons. I also know for a fact that I'm not the only ...

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### Category theory for Algebraic Geometry

How much of category theory should I know to view schemes, sheaves and cohomology concepts as concrete cases of abstract categorical concepts? Is there a textbook of category theory for AG people?

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### Advanced Differential Geometry Textbook

I tried this post on StackExchange with no luck. Hopefully the experts at MathOverflow can help.
In algebraic topology there are two canonical "advanced" textbooks that go quite far beyond the usual ...

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### Springer GTM Reprints in China?

I apologise if this is not the sort of question appropriate for MO; it does however seem that mathematicians are the most likely to know the answer:
Many of the Chinese mathematicians and graduate ...

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Trying to find some good review of agent-based models and networks, specifically models that are defined by a graph of interacting nodes, that covers analysis of collective behavior based on model of ...

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### What's a good introduction to category theory for someone doing analysis?

I do functional analysis, and diagrams are popping all over the place. It is about time I learned me some category theory.
Any recommendations?

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### Intuitive functional analysis book

I want to know functional analysis book like Terence tao's real analysis and measure theory book, full of intuition. I am aware of linear algebra, real analysis, measure theory, Probability theory.

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### Basic results for chi square processes

I could not find any introductory material with basic results regarding chi-square processes. Their definition from The Supremum of Chi-Square Processes
is as a sum of $d$ squares of independent ...

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### Reference for the Banach Manifold structure of $C^k(M,N)$

I'm completely new to the subject of banach manifolds and I'm looking for a reference of the following:
Let $M$,$N$ be smooth (=$C^\infty$) finite-dimensional compact manifolds. Consider the set ...

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### Linear Algebra classic books [closed]

I'm learning linear algebra at the moment, so I'm looking for some great old classic books. Something like Fermat's or Gauss books of some great mathematians.
I don't really like the nowadays books ...

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### Commutative algebra books representing the edge of research

Recently I have come across the books Combinatorial Commutative Algebra by Miller and Sturmfels along with Combinatorics and Commutative Algebra by Stanley. I will soon own a copy of each. I also ...

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### Mathematics equivalent of Feynman's Lectures in Physics? [closed]

I'm looking for an equivalent of "Feynman's Lectures in Physics" in mathematics. I'm specifically looking for book/books that delve into, using Feynman's words, "the meaning of things".

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### Book on the tetrahedron

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### Open problems books [closed]

As the title might indicate , I would like to look for recommendations for mathematical book that present open problems in depth with commentary.
The only book of this type that I've come across is ...

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### Introductory texts to mathematics [closed]

I am interested in texts recomendations for a 14 years old boy who wants to study more mathematics than he does at school. He seems quite talented, but his knowledge of maths is rather low. I would ...

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### Studying topology: which first, algebraic or differential? [closed]

I have recently studying the basics of topology (ideas in point set, connectedness compactness) and I want to continue my studies but i'm interested in both differential and algebraic topology. which ...

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### Mathematical statistical qm book-recommendation

I feel that there are quite a few good and rigorous books on the mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics, but I am currently looking for a book that covers mathematical statistical quantum ...

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### First Explicit Irreducible Representations

Although the classification of simple Lie Algebras and their representations is fully understood, I wonder whether there is some book with exhaustive tables describing explicit irreducible ...

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### Combinatorial designs textbook recommendation

Good evening, I am currently taking a class which has combinatorial designs as the first topic, we are using Peter Cameron's book Designs, Graphs, Codes and their Links which I am finding extremely ...

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### Defining Gauss-Kronecker curvature for submanifolds of $\Bbb R^n$ and relation with ${\rm d}{\bf N}_i$'s

I'm trying to find a definition for Gauss-Kronecker curvature of submanifolds of $\Bbb R^n$, but I'm only finding it for hypersurfaces. I would like to know if someone knows any text which works in ...

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### Book on Convergence Concepts in Probability without Measure Theory [closed]

I am looking for a comprehensive book on Probability which discusses Convergence of Random Variables in detail, excluding portions of Measure Theory. Allan Gut's "Probability: A Graduate Course" seems ...

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### A More Advanced Version of Aluffi's Chapter 0

This is a crosspost of this question from MSE.
Paulo Aluffi's Book, Algebra, Chapter 0 aims to teach basic algebra from a categorical viewpoint. The first chapters of the book, however, introduce ...

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### textbooks on modern algebraic geometry for 21st-century starters

As for learners in algebraic geometry in 21st century, is there a textbook, lecture note or anything like that to introduce algebraic geometry utilizing the language of derived categories and stacks?
...

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### Good Pre-Calculus book? [closed]

I was reading this article and the author mentioned I should come here and get some advice. I'm 17, currently taking Pre-Calc in high schooling doing really good, but I feel like I'm not getting the ...

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### Differential Algebra Book

I'm looking for a couple good textbooks covering differential algebra. I'm a prospective Ph.D. student, and this is potentially applicable to my specialization. As such, I'm not afraid of depth; I've ...

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### Are there some tables or handbooks of homology and homotopy groups of every manifold which has been calculated?

Are there some tables or handbooks of homology and homotopy groups of every manifold which has been calculated? Or are there some tables or handbooks which list some common calculated results of ...

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### Which are the recommended books for an introductory study of complex manifolds? [closed]

Are there any good introductory type of books that is focus on complex manifolds?
Thanks.

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### Math books for advanced high school students

I'm working in a program for teaching a group of students selected in a Olympiad competition. The program is aimed to acquaint the students with the diverse aspects of higher mathematics in a way ...

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### Textbook request for class field theory [duplicate]

I am studying class field theory. I need good reference books, notes, or other materials which explain the following topics: ideles and ideals, Haar measure and integration on local fields, Fourier ...

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### books on very large scale linear optimization

Recently in my material science research, I have encountered problems of very large scale linear optimization. I read the introductory book "Introduction to Linear Optimization (Athena Scientific ...

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### Textbook for Partial Differential Equations with a viewpoint towards Geometry

I don't know whether I should ask this question here or not but I asked this question on MSE but didn't get any answer so I am posting it here.
Though similar questions have been asked at ...

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### A book about almost periodic functions [closed]

Can anyone give me suggestions for new books about Besicovitch's almost periodic functions? Thanks a lot.

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### Serious introduction to the Langlands program for nonspecialist

I recently became interested in the Langlands program and hope to learn more.
For context, I am an analytic number theorist but have some light background in algebraic number theory and modular ...

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### Where can I find resources for creating a mathematics “bridge course”?

My department is in the very early stages of developing a "bridge course" or "introduction to proofs" course, motivated by our lower-level courses not currently doing a good job of preparing our ...

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### Which book will discuss torsion tensor and affine connection in detail? [closed]

Which book about differential geometry will have these formula about torsion tensor?
$$\nabla_{j}T^{i}_{kl}+\nabla_{k}T^{i}_{lj}+\nabla_{l}T^{i}_{jk}=R^{i}_{jkl}+R^{i}_{klj}+R^{i}_{ljk}$$
...

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### Introductory text on Group Cohomology [closed]

What are good introductory textbooks available on Cohomology of Groups?

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### Advice for number theory library

Hi I just got a faculty position and it comes with a generous start up funds for "office supplies", which I must use or lose. What does a pure mathematician need? I have good computers already. I ...

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### Learning representation theory of real reductive lie groups

I am interested in any sources that can be helpful for learning the representation theory of real reductive groups.
I am currently reading Wallach book, but I feel that I don't understand the subject ...

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### Learning resources for Probability Distributions/Models [closed]

I've a good background in basic probability. I need to learn and get a good grip on the probability distributions and stochastic processes, counting processes, and other related topics.
I am already ...

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### undergraduate handle decomposition. Reference

As the title says, I'm searching for a nice textbook for introducing the theory of handle decomposition of manifolds to undergraduate students.

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I am arranging a weekly meeting of 2 hours with postgraduate students in ergodic theory (for a period of 3 weeks).
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### Wanted: a “Coq for the working mathematician”

Sorry for a possibly off-topic question -- there are four StackExchange subs each of which could be construed as the proper place for this question, and I've just picked the one I'm most familiar ...

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### “Introduction to mathematical logic” book from a formalist perspective

I'm looking for books that introduce the reader to mathematical logic assuming the perspective of a formalist.
I've found that many books are more or less written for the platonist - like Kunen's ...