The Princeton Companion to Mathematics PDF Book, By Timothy Gowers and June Barrow-Green, ISBN:, Genres: Mathematics.
For the last five and a half years I have been editing and writing. I’m pleased to announce that the project is at the final stage, with the PDF file delivered to Princeton University Press and the book scheduled for publication in September 2015. Over the coming months I will produce a variety of posts on this blog about the book.
The book also has a Twitter feed, which will contain relevant news and links. What does The Companion do? Briefly, it. introduces applied mathematics and its history, and explains what applied mathematicians do,. describes key concepts and equations, functions, and laws,.
describes the main areas of current research,. presents a selection of mathematical modelling problems,.
gives short examples of applied mathematics problems,. describes applications at the interface with other areas, and. covers general aspects of writing, teaching and promoting mathematics. Here are some statistics: Pages xvii + 994 + 16 color plates Articles 186 Authors 165 from 23 countries Figures 196 monochrome + 23 colour Cross references 751 Index 2842 entries over 33 pages The target audience for The Companion is mathematicians at undergraduate level or above, students, researchers, and professionals in other subjects who use mathematics, and mathematically interested lay readers. Some articles will also be accessible to students studying mathematics at pre-university level. The book was edited by me and associate editors.
(University of Bristol). (University of Manchester). (Colorado School of Mines). (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). (University of Oxford) Copy editing, typesetting, and project management were done by (, London), and the indexer was. The Princeton University Press editors were Anne Savarese and Vickie Kearn. For an interview with Vickie, see.
The Companion already has pages on and from which it can be pre-ordered, and it is in the (page 62). Here is a word cloud for the book, generated using (also available in a ).
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This is the most authoritative and accessible single-volume reference book on applied mathematics. Featuring numerous entries by leading experts and organized thematically, it introduces readers to applied mathematics and its uses; explains key concepts; describes important equations, laws, and functions; looks at exciting areas of research; covers modeling and simulation; explores areas of application; and more. Modeled on the popular Princeton Companion to Mathematics, this volume is an indispensable resource for undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and practitioners in other disciplines seeking a user-friendly reference book on applied mathematics. ' The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics is a tour de force, an incredible collection that should be on the shelf of every mathematician, of every scientist, and indeed of anyone fascinated with mathematics. It has something for everyone from beginner to advanced researcher, and is written in a style that will encourage reading outside one's area. It is comprehensive, authoritative, and beautifully written and organized, and I know of nothing comparable.' Levin, Princeton University and editor of The Princeton Guide to Ecology.