Mathematics: People, Problems, Results, 3. sējums

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Douglas M. Campbell, John C. Higgins
Thomson Higher Education, 1984 - 292 lappuses
Based upon the principle that graph design should be a science, this book presents the principles of graph construction. The orientation of the material is toward graphs in technical writings, such as journal articles and technical reports. But much of the material is relevant for graphs shown in talks and for graphs in nontechnical publications. -- from back cover.
 

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part one Computers
1
part two Mathematics in Art and Nature
69
part three Counting Guessing Using
147
part four Sociology and Education
207
Mathematics as Propaganda Neal Koblitz
248
Can We Make Mathematics Intelligible? R P Boas
255
The Nature of Current Mathematical Research Morris Kline
261
Two Reviews of Why the Professor Cant Teach Harry Pollard and Peter
274
How to Teach a Robot Marvin Minsky
284
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