Filename: math-in-society.pdf
ISBN: 1479276537
Release Date: 2012-09-07
Number of pages: 432
Author: David Lippman
Publisher:

Download and read online Math in Society in PDF and EPUB Math in Society is a survey of contemporary mathematical topics, appropriate for a college-level topics course for liberal arts major, or as a general quantitative reasoning course.This book is an open textbook; it can be read free online at http://www.opentextbookstore.com/mathinsociety/. Editable versions of the chapters are available as well.

Filename: mathematics-in-society-and-history.pdf
ISBN: 1402000391
Release Date: 2001-11-30
Number of pages: 202
Author: S. Restivo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Mathematics in Society and History in PDF and EPUB This is the first book by a sociologist devoted exclusively to a general sociology of mathematics. The author provides examples of different ways of thinking about mathematics sociologically. The survey of mathematical traditions covers ancient China, the Arabic-Islamic world, India, and Europe. Following the leads of classical social theorists such as Emile Durkheim, Restivo develops the idea that mathematical concepts and ideas are collective representations, and that it is mathematical communities that create mathematics, not individual mathematicians. The implications of the sociology of mathematics, and especially of pure mathematics, for a sociology of mind are also explored. In general, the author's objective is to explore, conjecture, suggest, and stimulate in order to introduce the sociological perspective on mathematics, and to broaden and deepen the still narrow, shallow path that today carries the sociology of mathematics. This book will interest specialists in the philosophy, history, and sociology of mathematics, persons interested in mathematics education, students of science and society, and people interested in current developments in the social and cultural analysis of science and mathematics.

Filename: encyclopedia-of-mathematics-and-society.pdf
ISBN: 1587658453
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 1191
Author: Sarah J. Greenwald
Publisher: Salem PressInc

Download and read online Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Society in PDF and EPUB Presents articles showing the math behind our daily lives. Explains how and why math works, and allows readers to better understand how disciplines such as algebra, geometry, calculus, and others affect what we do every day.

Filename: tran-moscow-math-soc-vol-22-1970.pdf
ISBN: 0821895265
Release Date: 1972-12-31
Number of pages:
Author: American Mathematical Society
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

Download and read online Tran Moscow Math Soc Vol 22 1970 in PDF and EPUB Covers a diversity of topics, including factor representations of the anticommutation relations, facial characteristics of convex sets, statistical physics, categories with involution, and many-valued mappings and Borel sets

Filename: new-mathematics-education-research-and-practice.pdf
ISBN: 9789077874745
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 315
Author: Jürgen Maass
Publisher: Sense Publishers

Download and read online New Mathematics Education Research and Practice in PDF and EPUB Mathematics education research has blossomed into many different areas, which we can see in the programmes of the ICME conferences, as well as in the various survey articles in the Handbooks. However, all of these lines of research are trying to grapple with the complexity of the same process of learning mathematics. Although our knowledge of the process is through fragmentation of research more extensive and deeper there is a need to overcome this fragmentation and to see learning as one process with different aspects. To overcome this fragmentation, this book identifies six themes: (1) mathematics, culture and society, (2) the structure of mathematics and its influence on the learning process, (3) mathematics learning as a cognitive process, (4) mathematics learning as a social process, (5) affective conditions of the mathematics learning process, (6) new technologies and mathematics learning. This book is addressed to all researchers in mathematic education. It gives an orientation and overview on what is going on and what are the main results and questions what are important books or papers if further information is needed.

Filename: american-mathematical-society-translations.pdf
ISBN: 0821831151
Release Date: 1988
Number of pages: 210
Author:
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

Download and read online American Mathematical Society Translations in PDF and EPUB Translations of articles on mathematics appearing in various Russian mathematical serials.

Filename: notices-of-the-american-mathematical-society.pdf
ISBN: UCSD:31822015782311
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages:
Author: American Mathematical Society
Publisher:

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Filename: gazette-australian-mathematical-society.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015059008279
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages:
Author: Australian Mathematical Society
Publisher:

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Filename: combined-membership-list-of-the-american-mathematical-society-mathematical-association-of-america-and-the-society-for-industrial-and-applied-mathematics.pdf
ISBN: CORNELL:31924054621671
Release Date: 1981
Number of pages:
Author: American Mathematical Society
Publisher:

Download and read online Combined Membership List of the American Mathematical Society Mathematical Association of America and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in PDF and EPUB

Filename: math-worlds.pdf
ISBN: 0791413292
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 292
Author: Sal P. Restivo
Publisher: SUNY Press

Download and read online Math Worlds in PDF and EPUB An international group of distinguished scholars brings a variety of resources to bear on the major issues in the study and teaching of mathematics, and on the problem of understanding mathematics as a cultural and social phenomenon. All are guided by the notion that our understanding of mathematical knowledge must be grounded in and reflect the realities of mathematical practice. Chapters on the philosophy of mathematics illustrate the growing influence of a pragmatic view in a field traditionally dominated by platonic perspectives. In a section on mathematics, politics, and pedagogy, the emphasis is on politics and values in mathematics education. Issues addressed include gender and mathematics, applied mathematics and social concerns, and the reflective and dialogical nature of mathematical knowledge. The concluding section deals with the history and sociology of mathematics, and with mathematics and social change. Contributors include Philip J. Davis, Helga Jungwirth, Nel Noddings, Yehuda Rav, Michael D. Resnik, Ole Skovsmose, and Thomas Tymoczko.

Filename: proceedings-of-the-st-petersburg-mathematical-society.pdf
ISBN: 0821806130
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 250
Author: O. A. Ladyzhenskaya
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

Download and read online Proceedings of the St Petersburg Mathematical Society in PDF and EPUB This volume is devoted to analysis, probablility and applications. It includes useful surveys by Pastur on random operators and their applications, Feldman on harmonic analysis and analogues of Levi-Khinchin formulas on abelian groups, and Kerov on application of representation theory of symmetric groups to classical analysis. Also featured are products of random operators, convolution of abelian groups, orthogonal polynomials, and semiordered Banach spaces.

Filename: new-perspectives-in-mathematical-biology.pdf
ISBN: 9780821848456
Release Date: 2010-01-01
Number of pages: 134
Author: Society for Mathematical Biology. Conference
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

Download and read online New Perspectives in Mathematical Biology in PDF and EPUB In the 21st century, the interdisciplinary field of mathematical biology and medicine has firmly taken center stage as one of the major themes of modern applied mathematics, with strong links to the empirical biomedical sciences. New Perspectives in Mathematical Biology provides an overview of the distinct variety and diversity of current research in the field. In every chapter of this book, which covers themes ranging from cancer modeling to infectious diseases to orthopaedics and musculoskeletal tissue mechanics, there is clear evidence of the strong connections and interactions of mathematics with the biological and biomedical sciences that have spawned new models and novel insights. This book is loosely based on the plenary lectures delivered by some of the leading authorities on these subjects at the Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB) Conference that was held in Toronto in 2008 and will be of interest to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers currently engaged in this field, bringing the reader to the forefront of current research.

Filename: soci-t-math-matique-suisse.pdf
ISBN: 3037190892
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 517
Author: Bruno Colbois
Publisher: European Mathematical Society

Download and read online Soci t Math matique Suisse in PDF and EPUB Evocation de l'initiative de Georges de Rham de se réunir dès 1958 dans les locaux de l'EPUL, à l'avenue de Cour en fin de volume mais également par la contribution de Srishti Chatterji and Manuel Ojanguren, A glimpse of the de Rham era (p. 195-240).