Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at April 14, 2014

Published: 2009-08-06 | ISBN: 3642035957 | PDF | 409 pages | 17 MB

Posted by **libr** at Dec. 4, 2013

English | 2009-09-01 | ISBN: 3642035957 | 409 pages | PDF | 13,4 MB

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th IMA International Conference on the Mathematics of Surfaces held in York, UK in September 2009.

Posted by **ksveta6** at Aug. 10, 2017

2004 | ISBN: 0691115036, 0691130620, 0691154988 | English | 272 pages | True PDF | 7 MB

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Jan. 14, 2016

English | 18 Dec. 2000 | ISBN: 0471355445 | 164 Pages | PDF | 33 MB

Topology of Surfaces, Knots, and Manifolds offers an intuition–based and example–driven approach to the basic ideas and problems involving manifolds, particularly one– and two–dimensional manifolds.

Posted by **Nice_smile)** at Sept. 25, 2015

English | Sep. 29, 2014 | ISBN: 0521879086 | 251 Pages | PDF | 4.39 MB

An accessible yet rigorous discussion of the thermodynamics of surfaces and interfaces, bridging the gap between textbooks and advanced literature by delivering a comprehensive guide without an overwhelming amount of mathematics.

Posted by **arundhati** at Jan. 17, 2015

2010 | ISBN-10: 0898716977 | 378 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Posted by **nebulae** at Oct. 3, 2014

English | ISBN: 0521879086 | 2014 | 251 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Posted by **libr** at Sept. 10, 2014

English | ISBN: 364233301X | 2013 | PDF | 180 pages | 1,5 MB

This monograph derives direct and concrete relations between colored Jones polynomials and the topology of incompressible spanning surfaces in knot and link complements. Under mild diagrammatic hypotheses, we prove that the growth of the degree of the colored Jones polynomials is a boundary slope of an essential surface in the knot complement.

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Oct. 7, 2013

Published: 2001-01-01 | ISBN: 0471355445 | PDF | 176 pages | 33 MB

Posted by **interes** at Aug. 23, 2013

English | 2000 | ISBN: 0821821180 | 266 pages | PDF | 24,8 MB

Nature tries to minimize the surface area of a soap film through the action of surface tension. The process can be understood mathematically by using differential geometry, complex analysis, and the calculus of variations. This book employs ingredients from each of these subjects to tell the mathematical story of soap films.