Posted by **arundhati** at Sept. 12, 2017

2015 | ISBN-10: 0821898590 | 123 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Posted by **arundhati** at Dec. 27, 2016

2008 | ISBN-10: 0415394317, 0415610222 | 552 pages | PDF conv | 4 MB

Posted by **step778** at March 27, 2015

1953 | pages: 452 | ISBN: 0486462420 | DJVU | 19,6 mb

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Jan. 17, 2015

English | Dec 31, 2004 | ISBN: 9812389253 | 436 Pages | PDF | 8 MB

Bell anchored the logic chain begun by Einstein, Rosen, and Podolsky and tested by Aspect et al., showing that entangled electrons are nonlocal. Feynman showed that free electrons are nonlocal in that they travel between any two points using all possible paths.

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Feb. 2, 2014

Published: 1997-06-26 | ISBN: 0198265654 | PDF | 216 pages | 7 MB

Posted by **step778** at May 16, 2018

2005 | pages: 938 | ISBN: 9067644277 | PDF | 3,2 mb

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at May 21, 2018

English | PDF | 2009 | 316 Pages | ISBN : 1402093837 | 3.65 MB

From a Geometrical Point of View explores historical and philosophical aspects of category theory, trying therewith to expose its significance in the mathematical landscape. The main thesis is that Klein’s Erlangen program in geometry is in fact a particular instance of a general and broad phenomenon revealed by category theory. The volume starts with Eilenberg and Mac Lane’s work in the early 1940’s and follows the major developments of the theory from this perspective. Particular attention is paid to the philosophical elements involved in this development. The book ends with a presentation of categorical logic, some of its results and its significance in the foundations of mathematics.

Posted by **leonardo78** at May 15, 2018

Language: English | 2011 | ISBN: 0879420316, 0879420324 | 288 pages | PDF (scan) | 35,5 MB

The coding theorists of the 1950's consideres the major problems of their field to be …

Posted by **step778** at May 4, 2018

2001 | pages: 465 | ISBN: 0262681323 | PDF | 2,4 mb

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at May 3, 2018

English | PDF | 2009 | 316 Pages | ISBN : 1402093837 | 3.65 MB

From a Geometrical Point of View explores historical and philosophical aspects of category theory, trying therewith to expose its significance in the mathematical landscape. The main thesis is that Klein’s Erlangen program in geometry is in fact a particular instance of a general and broad phenomenon revealed by category theory. The volume starts with Eilenberg and Mac Lane’s work in the early 1940’s and follows the major developments of the theory from this perspective. Particular attention is paid to the philosophical elements involved in this development. The book ends with a presentation of categorical logic, some of its results and its significance in the foundations of mathematics.