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Sets and Mappings written by
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It is often said, mathematics is the queen of science then algebra is surely the jewel in her crown. In the course of its vast development over the last half-century, algebra has emerged as the subject in which one can observe pure mathe matical reasoning at its best. Its elegance is matched only by the ever-increasing number of its applications to an extraordinarily wide range of topics in areas other than 'pure' mathematics. Here our objective is to present, in the form of a series of five concise volumes, the fundamentals of the subject. Broadly speaking, we have covered in all the now traditional syllabus that is found in first and second year university courses, as well as some third year material. Further study would be at the level of 'honours options'. The reasoning that lies behind this modular presentation is simple, namely to allow the student (be he a mathematician or not) to read the subject in a way that is more appropriate to the length, content, and extent, of the various courses he has to take. Although we have taken great pains to include a wide selec tion of illustrative examples, we have not included any exer cises. For a suitable companion collection of worked examples, we would refer the reader to our series Algebra through practice (Cambridge University Press), the first five books of which are appropriate to the material covered here.
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Book Detail :-
Title: Sets and Mappings
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Author(s): Thomas S. Blyth, Edmund F. Robertson
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Series:
Year: 1986
Pages: 126
Type: PDF
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-412-27880-8,978-94-015-7713-7
Country: US
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About Author :-
The author Thomas S. Blyth , University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK. He is am an algebraist and have worked for the past forty years on algebraic structures that involve the notion of an order. My main interests fall into three areas, namely residuated mappings, algebraic and ordered semigroups, and Ockham algebras. As far as the first and third of these are concerned, I am coauthor of definitive research monographs on each. Other research publications include 120 papers in principal mathematical journals.
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Book Contents :-
Sets and Mappings written by
Thomas S. Blyth, Edmund F. Robertson
cover the following topics.
Preface
1. Sets
2. Mappings
3. Equivalence relations
4. The integers
5. Permutations
6. Cardinals and the natural numbers
Index
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