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Cambridge Digital Library had made Newton’s exceptionally great works online.
Some times ago they added the Trinity College Notebook by Isaac Newton, which he used to teach in the college in 17th century.
List of other works of Newton can be found at www.newton.ac.uk/newton.html.
Here is a list of 10 blogs which are my personal favorites at this time and I love reading them regularly:
- Richard Wiseman Blog
- Abstract Nonsense
- Mathematics and Multimedia
- Maths Is New Black
- Climbing Mount Bourbaki
- Waqas A Day
And Blog Of The Month for September is Richard Wiseman’s Blog located at http://richardwiseman.wordpress.com. He is an absolute puzzler, great author and his blog involves everything that one, who is not a math major, may also think and care about.
Psychologist and author Professor Richard Wiseman carries out research into luck, the science of self-help, perception, belief and deception.
His Latest Post is Five funny signs which he published just today.
Periodicity Of Content:10/10
Language: 10/10 [easiest]
Content Management: 9/10
Please note that this selection is personal and I have no affiliation with any organization. Your views are invited in form of comments. I have a huge list of other blogs at My Blogs Page. Have a look.
Last Updated: Sep. 6, 2011
14:24 India Standard Time
- Elementary Calculus : An approach using infinitesimals by H. J. Keisler
- Multivariable Calculus by Jim Herod and George Cain
- Calculus by Gilbert Strang for MIT OPEN COURSE WARE
- Calculus Bible by G S Gill [I found this link broken.]
- Another Calculus Bible by Neveln
- Lecture Notes for Applied Calculus [pdf] by Karl Heinz Dovermann
- A Summary of Calculus [pdf] by Karl Heinz Dovermann
- First Year Calculus Notes by Paul Garrett
- The Calculus of Functions of Several Variables by Professor Dan Sloughter
- Difference Equations to Differential Equations : An Introduction to Calculus by Professor Dan Sloughter
- Visual Calculus by Lawrence S. Husch
- A Problem Text in Advanced Calculus by John Erdman
- Understanding Calculus by Faraz Hussain
- Advanced Calculus [pdf] by Lynn Loomio and Schlomo Sternberg
- The Calculus Wikibook [pdf] on Wiki Media
- Stewart ‘s Calculus by James Stewert.
[Link removed due to copyright reasons.]
- Vector Calculus
- The Calculus for Engineers by John Perry
- Calculus Unlimited by J E Marsden & A Weinstein
- Advanced Calculus by E B Wilson
- Differential and Integral Calculus by Daniel A Murray
- Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus[pdf] by W A Granville & P F Smith
- Calculus by Raja Almukkahal, Victor Cifarelli, Chun Tuk Fan & L Jarvis
Internet is full of knowledge. There are many professors who have shared their works online. I have listed a few books on Algebra and Related Mathematics in this article. I am not very serious, but I think these are very useful for Undergraduate and Graduate Students, including me.
- Abstract Algebra OnLine by Prof. Beachy
- Understanding Algebra by James Brennan
- Abstract Algebra : Theory and Applications by Tom Judson
- Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra by E H Connell
- Linear Algebra by Jim Hefferon
- Elementary Linear Algebra by Keith Matthews
- Linear Algebra, Infinite dimensions and Mapleby James Herod
- Elementary Number Theory by William Stein
- Abstract Algebra: The Basic Graduate Year, A Course in Algebraic Number Theory, and, A Course in Commutative Algebra are three ebooks by Robert Ash and are available here on his website.
- A Course in Universal Algebra by Stanley Burris & H. P. Sankappanvar
- An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers by Leo Moser
- A Computational introduction to Number Theory and Algebra by Victor Shoup
- Sets, Relations, Functions by Ivo Duentsch and Günther Gedigo
- Group Theory by Pedrag Civitanovic
- Linear & Multilinear Algebra by C C Wang & R M Bowen
- Abelian Categories by Peter Freyd
- Categories and Groupoids by P. J. Higgins
- Lie Algebras by Prof. Sternberg
All books, except few are in Acrobat Portable Document Format. You may need acrobat pdf reader to read these. However, if you don’t have that- or hate pdf readers – try online pdf/ps reader at view.samurajdata.se.
This list is expandable. If you know any other book on Algebra which is available online for free, then please give a few seconds and put that into the Comment-Box below, with the link. (It supports HTML.)