Mathematics is all around us. Often we do not realize it, though. Mathematics Everywhere is a collection of presentations on the role of mathematics in everyday life, through science, technology, and culture. The common theme is the unique position of mathematics as the art of pure thought and at the same time as a universally applicable science. The authors are renowned mathematicians; their presentations cover a wide range of topics. From compact discs to the stock exchange, from computer tomography to traffic routing, from electronic money to climate change, they make the ""math inside"" understandable and enjoyable. An additional attractive feature is the leisurely treatment of some hot topics that have gained prominence in recent years, such as Fermat's Theorem, Kepler's packing problem, and the solution of the Poincare Conjecture. Or maybe you have heard about the Nash equilibrium (of ""A Beautiful Mind"" fame), or the strange future of quantum computers, and want to know what it is all about? Well, open the book and take an up-to-date trip into the fascinating world of the mathematics all around us. Table of Contents: Prologue: G. von Randow -- Math becomes a cult--description of a hope. Case studies: J. H. van Lint -- The mathematics of the compact disc; H.-O. Peitgen, C. Evertsz, B. Preim, D. Selle, T. Schindewolf, and W. Spindler -- Image processing and imaging for operation planning in liver surgery; R. Borndorfer, M. Grotschel, and A. Lobel -- The quickest path to the goal; B. Fiedler -- Romeo and Juliet, spontaneous pattern formation, and Turing's instability; S. Muller -- Mathematics and intelligent materials; P. Gritzmann -- Discrete tomography: from battleship to nanotechnology; J. Richter-Gebert -- Reflections on reflections. Current topics: W. Schachermayer -- The role of mathematics in the financial markets; A. Beutelspacher -- Electronic money: an impossibility or already a reality?; M. Henk and G. M. Ziegler -- Spheres in the computer--the Kepler conjecture; E. Behrends -- How do quanta compute? The new world of the quantum computer; J. Kramer -- Fermat's Last Theorem--the solution of a 300-year-old problem; K. Sigmund -- A short history of the Nash equilibrium; R. Klein -- Mathematics in the climate of global change. The central theme: M. Aigner -- Prime numbers, secret codes and the boundaries of computability; E. Vogt -- The mathematics of knots; D. Ferus -- On soap bubbles; K. Ecker -- Heat diffusion, the structure of space and the Poincare Conjecture; E. Behrends -- Chance and mathematics: a late love. Epilogue: P. J. Davis -- The prospects for mathematics in a multi-media civilization.

*"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.*

Published by
Amer Mathematical Society
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **Amer Mathematical Society, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Brand new. We distribute directly for the publisher. Mathematics is all around us. Often we do not realize it, though. Mathematics Everywhere is a collection of presentations on the role of mathematics in everyday life, through science, technology, and culture. The common theme is the unique position of mathematics as the art of pure thought and at the same time as a universally applicable science. The authors are renowned mathematicians; their presentations cover a wide range of topics. From compact discs to the stock exchange, from computer tomography to traffic routing, from electronic money to climate change, they make the "math inside" understandable and enjoyable. An additional attractive feature is the leisurely treatment of some hot topics that have gained prominence in recent years, such as Fermat's Theorem, Kepler's packing problem, and the solution of the PoincarÃ© Conjecture. Or maybe you have heard about the Nash equilibrium (of "A Beautiful Mind" fame), or the strange future of quantum computers, and want to know what it is all about? Well, open the book and take an up-to-date trip into the fascinating world of the mathematics all around us. Bookseller Inventory # 1007270013

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
American Mathematical Society
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: > 20

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **American Mathematical Society, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Brand new. We distribute directly for the publisher. Clean, unmarked pages. Fine binding and cover. Ships daily. Bookseller Inventory # 1411040071

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **Book Condition: New. Depending on your location, this item may ship from the US or UK. Bookseller Inventory # 97808218434990000000

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
American Mathematical Society

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **American Mathematical Society. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Mathematics Everywhere, Martin Aigner, Ehrhard Behrends, Philip G. Spain, Mathematics is all around us. Often we do not realize it, though. Mathematics Everywhere is a collection of presentations on the role of mathematics in everyday life, through science, technology, and culture. The common theme is the unique position of mathematics as the art of pure thought and at the same time as a universally applicable science. The authors are renowned mathematicians; their presentations cover a wide range of topics. From compact discs to the stock exchange, from computer tomography to traffic routing, from electronic money to climate change, they make the ""math inside"" understandable and enjoyable. An additional attractive feature is the leisurely treatment of some hot topics that have gained prominence in recent years, such as Fermat's Theorem, Kepler's packing problem, and the solution of the Poincare Conjecture. Or maybe you have heard about the Nash equilibrium (of ""A Beautiful Mind"" fame), or the strange future of quantum computers, and want to know what it is all about? Well, open the book and take an up-to-date trip into the fascinating world of the mathematics all around us. Table of Contents: Prologue: G. von Randow -- Math becomes a cult--description of a hope. Case studies: J. H. van Lint -- The mathematics of the compact disc; H.-O. Peitgen, C. Evertsz, B. Preim, D. Selle, T. Schindewolf, and W. Spindler -- Image processing and imaging for operation planning in liver surgery; R. Borndorfer, M. Grotschel, and A. Lobel -- The quickest path to the goal; B. Fiedler -- Romeo and Juliet, spontaneous pattern formation, and Turing's instability; S. Muller -- Mathematics and intelligent materials; P. Gritzmann -- Discrete tomography: from battleship to nanotechnology; J. Richter-Gebert -- Reflections on reflections. Current topics: W. Schachermayer -- The role of mathematics in the financial markets; A. Beutelspacher -- Electronic money: an impossibility or already a reality?; M. Henk and G. M. Ziegler -- Spheres in the computer--the Kepler conjecture; E. Behrends -- How do quanta compute? The new world of the quantum computer; J. Kramer -- Fermat's Last Theorem--the solution of a 300-year-old problem; K. Sigmund -- A short history of the Nash equilibrium; R. Klein -- Mathematics in the climate of global change. The central theme: M. Aigner -- Prime numbers, secret codes and the boundaries of computability; E. Vogt -- The mathematics of knots; D. Ferus -- On soap bubbles; K. Ecker -- Heat diffusion, the structure of space and the Poincare Conjecture; E. Behrends -- Chance and mathematics: a late love. Epilogue: P. J. Davis -- The prospects for mathematics in a multi-media civilization. Bookseller Inventory # B9780821843499

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
American Mathematical Society, United States
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **American Mathematical Society, United States, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 175 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Mathematics is all around us. Often we do not realize it, though. Mathematics Everywhere is a collection of presentations on the role of mathematics in everyday life, through science, technology, and culture. The common theme is the unique position of mathematics as the art of pure thought and at the same time as a universally applicable science. The authors are renowned mathematicians; their presentations cover a wide range of topics. From compact discs to the stock exchange, from computer tomography to traffic routing, from electronic money to climate change, they make the math inside understandable and enjoyable. An additional attractive feature is the leisurely treatment of some hot topics that have gained prominence in recent years, such as Fermat s Theorem, Kepler s packing problem, and the solution of the Poincare Conjecture. Or maybe you have heard about the Nash equilibrium (of A Beautiful Mind fame), or the strange future of quantum computers, and want to know what it is all about? Well, open the book and take an up-to-date trip into the fascinating world of the mathematics all around us. Table of Contents: Prologue: G. von Randow -- Math becomes a cult--description of a hope. Case studies: J. H. van Lint -- The mathematics of the compact disc; H.-O. Peitgen, C. Evertsz, B. Preim, D. Selle, T. Schindewolf, and W. Spindler -- Image processing and imaging for operation planning in liver surgery; R. Borndorfer, M. Grotschel, and A. Lobel -- The quickest path to the goal; B. Fiedler -- Romeo and Juliet, spontaneous pattern formation, and Turing s instability; S. Muller -- Mathematics and intelligent materials; P. Gritzmann -- Discrete tomography: from battleship to nanotechnology; J. Richter-Gebert -- Reflections on reflections. Current topics: W. Schachermayer -- The role of mathematics in the financial markets; A. Beutelspacher -- Electronic money: an impossibility or already a reality?; M. Henk and G. M. Ziegler -- Spheres in the computer--the Kepler conjecture; E. Behrends -- How do quanta compute? The new world of the quantum computer; J. Kramer -- Fermat s Last Theorem--the solution of a 300-year-old problem; K. Sigmund -- A short history of the Nash equilibrium; R. Klein -- Mathematics in the climate of global change. The central theme: M. Aigner -- Prime numbers, secret codes and the boundaries of computability; E. Vogt -- The mathematics of knots; D. Ferus -- On soap bubbles; K. Ecker -- Heat diffusion, the structure of space and the Poincare Conjecture; E. Behrends -- Chance and mathematics: a late love. Epilogue: P. J. Davis -- The prospects for mathematics in a multi-media civilization. Bookseller Inventory # AAN9780821843499

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
American Mathematical Society
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **American Mathematical Society, 2010. PAP. Book Condition: New. New Book. Shipped from UK in 4 to 14 days. Established seller since 2000. Bookseller Inventory # CE-9780821843499

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
American Mathematical Society
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **American Mathematical Society, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0821843494

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
American Mathematical Society, United States
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **American Mathematical Society, United States, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 175 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Mathematics is all around us. Often we do not realize it, though. Mathematics Everywhere is a collection of presentations on the role of mathematics in everyday life, through science, technology, and culture. The common theme is the unique position of mathematics as the art of pure thought and at the same time as a universally applicable science. The authors are renowned mathematicians; their presentations cover a wide range of topics. From compact discs to the stock exchange, from computer tomography to traffic routing, from electronic money to climate change, they make the math inside understandable and enjoyable. An additional attractive feature is the leisurely treatment of some hot topics that have gained prominence in recent years, such as Fermat s Theorem, Kepler s packing problem, and the solution of the Poincare Conjecture. Or maybe you have heard about the Nash equilibrium (of A Beautiful Mind fame), or the strange future of quantum computers, and want to know what it is all about? Well, open the book and take an up-to-date trip into the fascinating world of the mathematics all around us. Table of Contents: Prologue: G. von Randow -- Math becomes a cult--description of a hope. Case studies: J. H. van Lint -- The mathematics of the compact disc; H.-O. Peitgen, C. Evertsz, B. Preim, D. Selle, T. Schindewolf, and W. Spindler -- Image processing and imaging for operation planning in liver surgery; R. Borndorfer, M. Grotschel, and A. Lobel -- The quickest path to the goal; B. Fiedler -- Romeo and Juliet, spontaneous pattern formation, and Turing s instability; S. Muller -- Mathematics and intelligent materials; P. Gritzmann -- Discrete tomography: from battleship to nanotechnology; J. Richter-Gebert -- Reflections on reflections. Current topics: W. Schachermayer -- The role of mathematics in the financial markets; A. Beutelspacher -- Electronic money: an impossibility or already a reality?; M. Henk and G. M. Ziegler -- Spheres in the computer--the Kepler conjecture; E. Behrends -- How do quanta compute? The new world of the quantum computer; J. Kramer -- Fermat s Last Theorem--the solution of a 300-year-old problem; K. Sigmund -- A short history of the Nash equilibrium; R. Klein -- Mathematics in the climate of global change. The central theme: M. Aigner -- Prime numbers, secret codes and the boundaries of computability; E. Vogt -- The mathematics of knots; D. Ferus -- On soap bubbles; K. Ecker -- Heat diffusion, the structure of space and the Poincare Conjecture; E. Behrends -- Chance and mathematics: a late love. Epilogue: P. J. Davis -- The prospects for mathematics in a multi-media civilization. Bookseller Inventory # AAN9780821843499

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
American Mathematical Society
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **American Mathematical Society, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0821843494

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question

Published by
Amer Mathematical Society
(2010)

ISBN 10: 0821843494
ISBN 13: 9780821843499

New
Paperback
Quantity Available: 1

Seller

Rating

**Book Description **Amer Mathematical Society, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 327 pages. 9.70x6.90x0.70 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # __0821843494

More Information About This Seller | Ask Bookseller a Question