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Mathematics alive

J. C. Saunders

Mathematics alive

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Published by Hamilton .
Written in English


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Statementby J.C. Saunders. Introductory book.
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Open LibraryOL20821475M

A list of great living mathematicians: 1) John Tate 2) Pierre Deligne 3) Endre Szemeredi 4) Laszlo Lovasz 5) Grigori Perelman 6) Terence Tao 7) Noga Alon 8) John Milnor 9) Jean-Pierre Serre 10) Tim Gowers 11) Curt McMullen 12) Andrew Wiles 13) E.


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