El lenguaje de las matemáticas

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Grasindo, 2002 - 381 pages
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Un fascinante y clarificador viaje por la historia y el sentido actual de la matemática.
 

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Es un excelente libro lo estoy leyendo para mi tesis de lic. en físico-matemáticas..

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Contents

Prefacio
9
Prólogo
11
La importancia de los números
25
Estructuras de la mente
69
Matemáticas en movimiento
119
Las matemáticas cobran forma 1 65
165
Las matemáticas de la belleza
217
Las matemáticas se ponen en su lugar
251
Cómo calculan las matemáticas el azar
301
Descubriendo las estructuras ocultas del Universo
333
Post scríptum
375
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About the author (2002)

Born in England in 1947 and living in America since 1987, Keith Devlin has written more than 20 books and numerous research articles on various elements of mathematics. From 1983 to 1989, he wrote a column on for the Manchester (England) Guardian. The collected columns are published in All the Math That's Fit to Print (1994) and cover a wide range of topics from calculating travel expenses to calculating pi. His book Logic and Information (1991) is an introduction to situation theory and situation semantics for mathematicians. Co-author of the PBS Nova episode "A Mathematical Mystery Tour," he is also the author of Devlin's Angle, a column on the Mathematical Association of America's electronic journal. Devlin lives in California, where he is dean of the school of science at Saint Mary's College in Morgana. He is currently studying the use of mathematics to analyze communication and information flow in the workplace.

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