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The EoM wiki is based on an electronic version of the "Encyclopaedia of Mathematics", published by Kluwer Academic Publishers until 2003, and by Springer after that. The encyclopaedia goes back to the Soviet Matematicheskaya entsiklopediya (1977), originally edited by Ivan Matveevich Vinogradov.
Eric Weisstein's encyclopedia is a comprehensive & interactive tool for students, educators, math enthusiasts & researchers. Like the vibrant & constantly evolving discipline of mathematics, it is continuously updated to include new material/discoveries. See also on-line CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics, 2nd ed avail to UC only at MathNetBase. A print copy of this encyclopedia, 1st ed is available in the S&E Reference collection.
Searchable full-text editions of over 1,000 CRC/Chapman & Hall texts, handbooks, dictionaries & tables covering mathematics & engineering mathematics. For Probability & Statistics topics, use STATSnetBASE.
Searchable full-text editions of almost 800 CRC and Chapman & Hall texts, handbooks and tables covering a variety of topics in statistics & probability, with applications in health, business, environmental, biological & physical sciences and engineering. Includes Concise Handbook of Experimental Methods for the Behavioral and Biological Sciences; Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R (also Using C, Using S-Plus, and Using SPSS)
Several specialized encyclopedias & handbooks including the new 2016 Encyclopedia of Algorithms, the 2015 Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics and the 2011 International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science
The essential reference for integrals in the English language. Mathematicians, scientists, and engineers, rely on it when identifying and subsequently solving extremely complex problems. Since publication of the first English-language edition in 1965, it has been thoroughly revised and enlarged on a regular basis. Online is 7th edition, 2007; older editions in Geisel Library print collections.
Extensive use of colors to help reader. Important definitions and groups of formulae are on a Yellow background, examples on Blue, and theorems on Red. The course of more complicated calculations is indicated by Red arrows. Plates of numerous photographs and colour plates help to make the material more vivid and provide glimpses of the history of mathematics.
Online access to Encyclopedia & annual Yearbooks. Search encyclopedia or browse by subject to locate articles. Also: a science dictionary, biographies of 2,000+ scientists, & Student Center with study guides and essay topics. 1 simultaneous user allowed.
33rd edition 2018.
More than 6000 entries. Provides essential formulas, tables, figures and detailed descriptions. The newest edition of this popular series also features many diagrams, group tables, and integrals that are not available online.
This edition also incorporates important topics such as max plus algebra, financial options, pseudospectra, and proof methods. Newly updated topics reflecting new results include coupled analogues, general relativity, radar, and significant equations of mathematics.
Searchable handbooks, dictionaries & tables covering mathematics & engineering mathematics. Includes CRC Standard Mathematical Tables & Formulae, Dictionary of Applied Math for Engineers and Scientists, and the Dictionary of Classical and Theoretical Mathematics
Covers everything from pure and applied mathematics to statistics, and areas of more general interest, such as fractals, game theory, and chaos. Brief biographical sketches are provided of the great mathematicians. 2nd edition, 1996.
1500 entries. Provides concise, jargon-free definitions of terms. Features biographical information on key figures, entries covering statistical journals, terms used in computing, operational research, probability and mathematical & statistical notation.
A comprehensive handbook for scientists, engineers, teachers and students at universities. The book presents in a lucid and accessible form classical areas of mathematics like algebra, geometry and analysis and also areas of current interest like discrete mathematics, probability, statistics, optimization and numerical analysis. It concentrates on definitions, results, formulas, graphs and tables and emphasizes concepts and methods with applications in technology and science.
For the fifth edition the chapter on Optimization has been enlarged and the chapters on Probability Theory and Statstics have been carefully revised.