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I was never offered a geometry course as an undergraduate, and there's so much lovely geometry, from Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries, to algebraic and differential geometry, and the rest. So......

As well as all the abstract reasons above, one of the reasons the discrete Fourier transform is so widely used in signal and image analysis is the existence of Fast Fourier Transforms (of which there ...

You might also check out the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) at http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/, for which there are bindings and wrappers for other languages. Or you could forgo OOP and write your ...

I think "Ripples in Mathematics: The Discrete Wavelet Transform" by Arne Jensen and Anders la Cour-Harbo (Springer 2001) is a masterpiece of elegant exposition. You can find it here. I learned more ...

By the time I did my PhD these LaTeX was well established. I had done my masters several years before, and had that typed up for me (using a "golf-ball" selectric). The diagrams and symbols that the ...

Nobody has yet mentioned "The French Mathematician" by Tom Petsinis (http://amzn.to/NprQMg) a novelized telling of the life of Galois. As well as being a good read, it's meticulously researched (the ...

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