Chapman and Hall/CRC
392 pages | 213 B/W Illus.
Architecture of Mathematics describes the logical structure of Mathematics from its foundations to its real-world applications. It describes the many interweaving relationships between different areas of mathematics and its practical applications, and as such provides unique reading for professional mathematicians and nonmathematicians alike. This book can be a very important resource both for the teaching of mathematics and as a means to outline the research links between different subjects within and beyond the subject.
1. Language. 2. Sets. 3. Numbers. 4. Objects. 5. Composites. 6. Synthesis. Index