A Century of Mathematics in America, Part 3
American Mathematical Society, 1989 - Mathematics - 675 pages
The present book is the third and final volume in the A Century of Mathematics in America collection. The theme of the second volume is continued here in articles describing the mathematics and the mathematical personalities in some of the nations's prominent departments: Johns Hopkins, Clark, Columbia, MIT, Michigan, Texas, and the Institute for Advanced Study. To download free chapters of this book, click here.
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