| Philip J. Davis, Reuben Hersh - Mathematics - 1998 - 440 pages
Traces the history of mathematics, offers profiles of major mathematicians and their discoveries, and looks at the philosophy of mathematics | |
| Philip J. Davis - Fiction - 1995 - 191 pages
Professor Lucas Fysst of Cambridge University and Thomas Gray, the philosopher cat, travel to Copenhagen to attend a conference on whether animals have souls. While there, they ... | |
| Philip J. Davis - Biography & Autobiography - 1997 - 304 pages
Philip J. Davis has won numerous awards for his scientific writing, among them the National Book Award. Mathematical Encounters of the Second Kind is a joyful memoir of the ... | |
| Philip J. Davis, Philip Rabinowitz - Mathematics - 2007 - 612 pages
Useful to programmers and stimulating for theoreticians, this text offers a balanced presentation accessible to those with a background in calculus. Topics include approximate ... | |
| Philip J. Davis, Reuben Hersh - Mathematics - 2005 - 321 pages
These provocative essays take a modern look at the 17th-century thinker's dream, examining the influences of mathematics on society, particularly in light of technological ... | |
| Philip J. Davis - 2012 - 250 pages
A circulant matrix is one in which a basic row of numbers is repeated again and again, but with a shift in position. Such matrices have connection to problems in physics ... | |
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