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a book comparable to Development of mathematics in the 19th century by F.Klein? [on hold]

This book is apparently very interesting according to Vladimir Arnold. I couldn't get my hand on a copy yet, therefore I would to ask you for any reference similar to it, and also can you post ...
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Books on the Hardy-Littlewood circle method

Are there any good books providing an introduction to the Hardy-Littlewood method that do not require much of a background in complex analysis?
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Recommend a book about compact subgroups

Hi, could you please recommend me some books/articles where I could find information about compact subgroups of metric topological compact (abelian) groups? Thanks in advance for any help.
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Learning path for the proof of the Weil Conjectures

Assume you are an algebraic geometry advanced student who has mastered Hartshorne's book supplemented on the arithmetic side by the introduction of Lorenzini - "An Invitation to Arithmetic Geometry" ...
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Books on analytic functions on Banach spaces over a non-Archimedean field

I'm looking for good textbooks on analytic functions on Banach spaces over a non-Archimedean field. If you know one(s), please let me know.
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Measure theory treatment geared toward the Riesz representation theorem

I'm looking for recommendations for books (or lecture notes) that develop measure theory in sufficient detail to state and prove the Riesz representation theorem (which is the characterization of the ...
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Discrete Mathematics textbooks for undergraduates

For the first time, I will be teaching a course on Discrete Mathematics for electrical and computer undergraduates students. I intend to focus on practical applications. I would be grateful if ...
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A toolbox for algebraic topology

This question has a very general part and a rather concrete part. General: When one wants to prove something in algebraic topology (actually in all parts of mathematics) one obviously needs some ...
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1answer
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Searching for text for studying Spectral sequence

I'm a graduate student studying algebraic geometry I saw Spectral sequence is important in deformation theory, and many other places in algebraic geometry. Can you recommand me some good text for ...
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searching for text for studying representation theory

I'm a graduate student studying algebraic geometry. Recently, When I studying Hodge theory, I saw sl2-representation is used in Hodge theory. So I think that studying representation theory may be ...
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Math background needed for Stakgold's Boundary Value Problems & Green's Functions Book

I saw a reference in Jackson's "Classical Electrodynamics" book for Stakgold's book on "Boundary Value Problems and Green's Functions" as a reference for Green's functions. The text is sort of clear, ...
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Tor sheaves: what do they tell us about geometry

Hi! I fear that I am up to ask a very vague question, but more than an answer I need a suggestion of references I should look up. I need to know everything about Tor sheaves and what do they tell ...
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Signal Analysis/Processing Textbook

Can anybody recommend me a decent Signal Analysis/Processing textbook. If possible one that deals a little with MATLAB. I have an little knowledge of Real Analysis and fourier transforms. Wavelets i ...
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Graduate ODE textbook

Suppose that a hypothetical math grad student was pretty comfortable with first-year real variables and algebra, and had even studied some other things (algebraic geometry, Riemannian geometry, ...
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5answers
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Textbook for Etale Cohomology

What is the best textbook (or book) for studying Etale cohomology?
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Introductory text on Galois representations

Could someone please recommend a good introductory text on Galois representations? In particular, something that might help with reading Serre's "Abelian l-Adic Representations and Elliptic Curves" ...
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A book about model theory

I am looking for a good book about model theory. As this is obviously too vague, let me explain what I am looking for and why. First I am interested about the basics and foundations of model theory. ...
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3answers
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What is the best paper or book studying the P homomorphism, J homomorphism and Hopf invariant in Homotopy theory?

I want to study P & J homomorphisms and Hopf invariant in Homotopy theory. I have some paper, but I don't know what is first and what is nice. Please recommend to me.
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Weil bound for characters sums. (reference-request )

Do you know on any good reference on Weil bound for charcter sums over algebraic curves. I prefer reference which assume few previous knowlage.
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Introductory reading on the Scholz reflection principle?

The Scholz reflection principle says, among other things, that if $D < 0$ is a negative fundamental discriminant, not $-3$, then the 3-ranks of the class group of $\mathbb{Q}(\sqrt{D})$ is either ...
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Survey on Structural Complexity

Alot of the proofs I've been recently reading: IP / PSpace / MIP / NEXP / randomized reductions have a certain flavour involving proofs showing equivalence/relation between various complexity ...
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torsion free modules over general ring

i want to know how to prove a torsion free modules over general ring is flat. (in "lecture on ring and modules, T.Y.Lam prove in case R is interal domain). please help me prove it or give me some ...
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Intersection between category theory and graph theory

I'm a graduate student who has been spending a lot of time working with categories (model categories, derived categories, triangulated categories...) but I used to love graph theory and have always ...
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A book on Banach Manifold for a Dynamicist

Hi all, Could you give me a suggestion of suitable book about Banach Manifolds for someone that have background in functional analysis at the level of Conway's book and Do Carmo's book on Riemannian ...
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References For Important Hopf Algebras

Where can I find references that discuss important classes of Infinite Hopf Algebras. By important classes, I mean heavily used in research and of relevance to Hopf Algebraist(s),Physicists, ...
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Abelian Variety and Tangent Bundle ----Reference Request

I am looking for the reference where I can find the proof of the following: If $A$ is an abelian variety then its tangent bundle is trivial.
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What is the MP pseudoinverse's role in statistical learning and Self-Organizing Maps?

During a discussion in our lab last month, a professor mentioned to me that the behavior of Self-Organizing Maps can be described in terms of repeated applications of the Moore-Penrose psuedoinverse, ...
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A reference for geometric class field theory?

The classic reference of this topic is Serre's Algebraic Groups and Class Fields. However, many parts of this book use Weil's language, which I find quite hard to follow. Is there another reference ...
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Textbooks for PDE between Strauss and Folland

Walter A. Strauss's Partial Differential Equations: An Introduction is a classic PDE textbook for the undergraduate students. While Folland's Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, is a nice ...
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Book on mathematical “rigorous” String Theory?

I've been looking high and low for a mathematical Book on String Theory. The only Book I could find was "A Mathematical Introduction to String Theory" by Albeverio, Jost, Paycha and Scarlatti. I only ...
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good books on Dirichlet's class number formula

i refrained from asking the technical questions ,may be everyone didnt like my attitude ,atleast help me finding the good books can anyone suggest any good book that gives a complete reference to ...
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Is Mac Lane still the best place to learn category theory?

For a student embarking on a study of algebraic topology, requiring a knowledge of basic category theory, with a long-term view toward higher/stable/derived category theory, ... Is Mac Lane still ...
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Survey of Algebraic K-Theory Since 1980?

I just came across Charles Weibel's Development of Algebraic K-Theory until 1980, and found it really helpful. Is there been anything analogous which surveys the developments in the last 30 years? ...
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Does it make sense that “Representations of groups over finite ring” ?

I am an undergrad student who wants to know about the representation theory over arbitrary finite fields or finite rings of characteristic p (p a prime). (called modular representation theory.) In ...
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Linear Representations of the Groups

Does anyone know a good book on Linear Representations of the finite Groups which does not assumes a lot of background. Book which will be good to study for computer science and will cover all( at ...
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Good introductory text book on Matroid Theory?

I am looking for a good text book on Matroid theory. Ideally, one that might be better suited to engineers than pure mathematicians...but any book that is well written/organized would do. I have ...
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Literature on the Springer resolution

Could you suggest me a basic reading list on the Springer resolution? Is there a textbook I can refer to? Or do I need to start with the original paper? Unfortunately googling for "Springer" and ...
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Natural transformations as categorical homotopies

Every text book I've ever read about Category Theory gives the definition of natural transformation as a collection of morphisms which make the well known diagrams commute. There is another possible ...
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Textbooks to use as reference for standard calculus and probability topics

I am currently working on a paper to be submitted to a US journal (addressed primarily to non-mathematicians’ audience) where I use (1) some standard calculus stuff (e.g. limits, Taylor expansions, ...
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Textbook recommendations for undergraduate proof-writing class

I am teaching the proof-writing class (for the 3rd time) in the Fall and plan to buck the party line and use a different text than the default Bond and Keane. My parameters are as follows: Logic, ...
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undergraduate logic textbook

I am going to teach the standard undergraduate Logic course for math and engineering majors. What are good (bad) text-books and why. I have not taught that course for a while and wonder if there are ...
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The best text to study both incompleteness theorems

Hi! What text on both incompleteness theorems you would recommend for beginner? Specifically, I'm looking for the text with the following properties: 1) The proofs should be finitistic, in Godel's ...
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Math History books

I'm teaching a course over the summer (it's a sort of make-your-own course for non-majors) and I'm planning on organizing it as a math history course, hitting on major threads through about 1900, and ...
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Suggestions for a good Measure Theory book

I have taken analysis and have looked at different measures, but I am currently looking at realizing a certain problem in a different light and feel that I need a better background in various measures ...
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Learning Topology

EDIT (Harry): Since this question in its original form was poorly stated (asked about topology rather than graph theory), but we have a list of Topology books in the answers, I guess you should go ...