List of books on Mathematics

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1. Acheson, D. J. (2010). 1089 and all that: a journey into mathematics. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press. 510 ACH 016390 2. Adler, R. J., & Taylor, J. E. (2007). Random fields and geometry. New York: Springer. 519.23 ADL 020805 3. Agarwal, R. P., Meehan, M., & O’Regan, D. (2001). Fixed point theory and applications. Cambridge, UK ; New York, N.Y., USA: Cambridge University Press. 515.7248 AGA 018392 4. Akerkar, R. (2008). Discrete mathematics. Noida, India: Pearson. 512.1 AKR 005602 5. Alcock, L. (2013). How to study for a mathematics degree. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 510.711 ALC 015949 6. Ammari, H. (2015). Mathematical methods in elasticity imaging. Princeton ; Oxford: Princeton University Press. 531.382 AMM 021695 7. Anderson, J. M. (2005). Mathematics for quantum chemistry. Mineola, NY: Dover Publication. 541.28 AND 000934 8. Anthony, M., & Biggs, N. (2000). Mathematics for economics and finance: methods and modelling. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 330.0151 ANT 002038 9. Arnolʹd, V. I. (1997). Mathematical methods of classical mechanics (2nd Ed). New York: Springer. 531 ARN 019369 10. Ascher, M. (2002). Mathematics elsewhere: an exploration of ideas across cultures. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. 510 ASC 014768

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11. Athreya, K. B., & Lahiri, S. N. (2006). Probability theory. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 519.2 ATH 020308 12. Atkinson, K. E., & Han, W. (2009). Theoretical numerical analysis: a functional analysis framework (3rd Ed.). Dordrecht ; New York: Springer. 515.7 ATK 018323 & 020178 13. Auslander, L. (1990). Signal processing: signal processing theory, Part I : New York: Springer science. 621.3822 AUS 019849 14. Axler, S. (2014). Linear algebra done right. New York: Springer. 512.5 AXL 007044 & 021840 15. Banks, R. B. (2001). Towing icebergs, falling dominoes, and other adventures in applied mathematics. Hyderabad: University Press. 510.21 BAN 004811 16. Banks, Robert. (1999). Slicing pizzas, racing turtles and further adventures in applied mathematics. Hyderabad: Universities Press. 510.21 BAN 004779 17. Bapat, R. (2012). Linear algebra and linear models. London: Springer. 512.5 BAP 020304 18. Basu, U. (2007). Techniques in applied mathematics. New Delhi: Narosa Publishing House. 519 BAS 002938 19. Basu, U., & Mandal, B. N. (Eds.). (2008). Applied mathematics. New Delhi: Narosa Pub. House. 519 BAS 002667 20. Bathul, S. (2008). Textbook of engineering mathematics: special functions and complex variables. New Delhi: PHI Learning. 510.02462 BAT 003313

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21. Baz, J., & Chacko, G. K. (2009). Financial derivatives: pricing, applications, and mathematics. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press. 332.632 BAZ 004264 22. Beck, M., & Geoghegan, R. (2010). The art of proof: basic training for deeper mathematics. New York: Springer. 511.36 BEC 022157 23. Belcastro, S. M. (2012). Discrete mathematics with ducks. Boca Raton: CRC Press. 511.1BEL 015950 24. Belcastro, S. M., & Yackel, C. (Eds.). (2011). Crafting by concepts: fiber arts and mathematics. Natick, Mass: A K Peters. 746.4 BEL 017105 25. Bell, E. T. (1986). Men of mathematics. New York: Simon & Schuster. 510.922 BEL 014735 26. Bellman, R. (2003). Peturbation techniques in mathematics, engineering & physics. Mineola, N.Y: Dover Publications. 515.35 BEL 000893 27. Berinde, V. (2007). Iterative approximation of fixed points (2nd Ed.). Berlin ; New York: Springer. 515.7248 BER 020441 28. Bernstein, D. S. (2009). Matrix mathematics: theory, facts, and formulas (2nd Ed). Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press. 512.9434 BER 011247 29. Bhagwat, R. M. (1995). Everyday mathematics. New Delhi: National Book Trust. 510.1 BHA CC0209 30. Bhatia, R. (Ed.). (2003). Connected at infinity: a selection of mathematics by Indians.Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 516.35 BHA 020277 31. Bhatia, R. (2009). Notes on functional analysis. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 515.7 BHA 020248 4|Page

32. Bhatia, R. (2007). Positive definite matrices : Texts and readings in mathematics. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.9434 BHA 020307 33. Bindner, D., & Erickson, M. J. (2011). A student’s guide to the study, practice, and tools of modern mathematics. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. 510.285 BIN 011435 34. Biswal, P. C. (2009). Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory (2nd Ed.). New Delhi: PHI Learning. 511.6 BIS 006316 35. Bloch, E. D. (2011). Proofs and fundamentals: a first course in abstract mathematics (2nd Ed). New York: Springer. 511.3 BLO 009495 36. Bodine, E. N., Lenhart, S., & Gross, L. J. (2014). Mathematics for the life sciences. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 570.151 BOD 019463 37. Borel, A. (1998). Semisimple groups and Riemannian symmetric spaces. Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.55 BOR 020313 38. Bourbaki, N. (1968). Elements of mathematics : theory of sets. Saint-Germain: Hermann/Addison-Wesley. 511.322 BOU 000650 39. Bourbaki, N. (1998). General topology. Berlin: Springer. 510 BOU 014600 40. Braun, M. (1993). Differential equations and their applications: an introduction to applied mathematics (4th Ed). New York: Springer-Verlag. 515.35 BRA 008991 41. Brion, M., Samuel, P., & Uma, V. (2013). Lectures on the structure of algebraic groups and geometric applications. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.55 BIR 020301

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42. Brown, R. C. (2009). Are science and mathematics socially constructed?: a mathematician encounters postmodern interpretations of science. Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J: World Scientific Publishing. 501 BRO 002022 43. Brualdi, R. A., & Ryser, H. J. (1991). Combinatorial matrix theory. Cambridge: Cambridge university press. 512.9434 BRU 021476 44. Byers, W. (2007). How mathematicians think using ambiguity, contradiction, and paradox to create mathematics. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 510.92 BYE 011246 45. Byron, F. W., & Fuller, R. W. (1992). Mathematics of classical and quantum physics. New York: Dover Publications. 530.15 BYR 000783 46. Cahill, K. (2013). Physical mathematics. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 530.15 CAH 015380 47. Capinski, M., & Zastawniak, T. (2011). Mathematics for finance: an introduction to financial engineering (2nd Ed.). London ; New York: Springer. 332.0151 CAP 014616 48. Carlson, J. A. (Ed.). (2014). The Poincare conjecture: Clay Research Conference, resolution of the Poincare conjecture, Institute Henri Poincare, Paris, France, June 8-9, 2010. Providence, RI : Cambridge, MA: American Mathematical Society ; Clay Mathematics Institute. 516.36 CAR 019851 49. Chandrasekharan, K. (2011). A course on integration theory. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.42 CHA 020253 50. Chandrasekharan, K. (2011b). A course on topological groups. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.55 CHA 020254

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51. Cheney, E. W. (2001). Analysis for applied mathematics. New York: Springer. 515 CHE 007844 52. Chen, J.-X., & Li, D. (Eds.). (2011). Problems and solutions in mathematics (2nd Ed). Hackensack, N.J: World Scientific. 510 CHE 009991 53. Chidume, C. (2009). Geometric properties of Banach spaces and nonlinear iterations. London: Springer-Verlag. 515.732CHI 020440 54. Ciarlet, P. G. (2013). Linear and nonlinear functional analysis with applications: with 401 problems and 52 figures. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 515.7 CIA 021820 55. Cioaba, S. M., & Murty, M. R. (2009). A first course in graph theory and combinatorics. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 511.5 CIO 020255 56. Collatz, L. (1966). Functional analysis and numerical mathematics. New York: Academic Press. 515.3 COL 000651 57. Conway, J. B. (2010). A course in functional analysis. New York: Springer Science+Business Media. 515.7 CON 007547, 020470-020472 58. Courant, R., Robbins, H., & Stewart, I. (1996). What is mathematics?: an elementary approach to ideas and methods (2nd Ed). New York: Oxford University Press. 510 COU 014350 59. Coutinho, S. C. (2003). The mathematics of ciphers: number theory and RSA cryptography. Hyderguda: Universities Press. 512.721 COU 004749 60. Croft, Anthony. (2001). Engineering mathematics: a foundation for electronic, electrical, communications and systems engineers (3rd ed.). New Dehli: Pearson Education. 510.0246 CRO 005195&005436 7|Page

61. Cvitanic, J. (2004). Introduction to the economics and mathematics of financial markets. New Dehli: Prentice Hall. 332.632015195CVI 000832&006601 62. Dahan-Dalmedico, A., & Peiffer, J. (2010). History of mathematics: highways and byways. Washington, D.C.: Mathematical Association of America. 510.9 DAH 011511 63. Damelin, S. B., & Miller, W. (2012). The mathematics of signal processing. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 621.38220151 DAM 018942 64. Dass, H. K. (2009). Elements of engineering mathematics, vol. 1 & 2. New Delhi: S. Chand. 510.2462 DAS 001728- 001731 65. Dass, H. K., & Dass, H. K. (2009). Advanced engineering mathematics: for the students of M.E., B.E. and other engineering examinations. New Delhi, India: S. Chand. 510.2462 DAS 001711- 001715 66. Datta, B. (2011). History of Hindu mathematics: a source book. New Delhi: Cosmo Publications. 510.954 DAT 015099-015100 67. Dennery, P., & Krzywicki, A. (1996). Mathematics for physicists. Mineola, N.Y: Dover Publications. 515 DEN 000887, 018893- 018894 68. Deo, S. (2006). Algebraic topology: a primer. Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 514.2 DEO 020261 69. Derbyshire, J. (2003). Prime obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the greatest unsolved problem in mathematics. Washington, DC: Joseph Henry Press. 512.73 DER 015897 70. Derezinski, J., & Gérard, C. (2013). Mathematics of quantization and quantum fields. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 530.120151 DER 015375 8|Page

71. De Souza, P. N., & Silva, J. N. (2004). Berkeley problems in mathematics (3rd Ed). New York: Springer. 510.76 DES 014402 72. De Villiers, J. (2012). Mathematics of approximation. Amsterdam: Atlantis Press. 510 VIL 014163 73. Devlin, K. J. (2002). The language of mathematics: making the invisible visible. New York: Owl Books. 510 DEV 016355 74. Devlin, K. J. (2011). Mathematics education for a new era: video games as a medium for learning. Natick, Mass: A K Peters. 372.7 DEV 011637 75. Dey, Aloke. (2010). Incomplete block designs: Texts and reading in mathematics. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 511.6 DEY 020292 76. Dhrymes, P. J. (2000). Mathematics for econometrics (3rd Ed). New York: Springer. 512.5 DHR 003550 77. Diaconis, P., & Graham, R. (2012). Magical mathematics: the mathematical ideas that animate great magic tricks. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 793.85 DIA 011579 78. Dieudonne, J. A. (1977). Treatise on analysis. Boston: Academic Press. 515 DIE 000664 79. Donaldson, S. K. (2011). Riemann surfaces. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press. 515.93 DON 019321 80. Dowek, G., Guillot, P., & Roman, M. (2015). Computation, proof, machine: mathematics enters a new age. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. 510.9 DOW 022181 81. Duffy, D. G. (2011). Advanced engineering mathematics with MATLAB (3rd Ed). Boca Raton: CRC Press. 620.00151 DUF 009522 9|Page

82. Dunham, W. (1991). Journey through genius: the great theorems of mathematics. New York: Penguin Books. 510.9 DUN 014578 83. Eisenbud, D., & Harris, J. (2000). The geometry of schemes. New York: Springer. 516.35 EIS 020042 84. Elliott, R. J., & Kopp, P. E. (2005). Mathematics of financial markets (2nd Ed). New York: Springer. 332.60151 ELL 011444 85. Elman, H. C., Silvester, D. J., & Wathen, A. J. (2014). Finite elements and fast iterative solvers: with applications in incompressible fluid dynamics (2nd Ed). Oxford: Oxford University Press. 518.25 ELM 019309 86. Emch, G. G., Sridharan, R., & Srinivas, M. D. (Eds.). (2005). Contributions to the history of Indian Mathematics. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 510.0954 EMC 014868 87. Epstein, C. L. (2008). Introduction to the mathematics of medical imaging (2nd Ed). Philadelphia, PA: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 616.0754 EPS 017313 88. Ermentrout, B., & Terman, D. H. (2010). Mathematical foundations of neuroscience. New York: Springer. 612.80151 ERM 021839 89. Esmonde, J. (1999). Problems in algebraic number theory: Graduate texts in mathematics; v.190. New York: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. 511.6 ESM 000646 90. Fadiman, C. (Ed.). (1997). Fantasia mathematica: being a set of stories, together with a group of oddments and diversions, all drawn from the universe of mathematics. New York, NY, USA: Copernicus. 808.80356 FAD 010934

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91. Farmer, David W. (1996). Groups and symmetry : a guide to discovering mathematics. Hyderabad: Universities Press. 511.3320 FAR 004786 92. Farmer, David W. (1996). Knots and surfaces : a guide to discovering mathematics. Hyderabad: Universities Press. 511.520 FAR 004785 93. Feeman, T. G. (2010). The mathematics of medical imaging: a beginner’s guide. New York: Springer. 616.0754 FEE 018881 94. Fiedler, M. (2008). Special matrices and their applications in numerical mathematics. Mineola, N.Y: Dover Publications. 512.9434 FIE 000880 95. Field, M., & Golubitsky, M. (2009). Symmetry in chaos: a search for pattern in mathematics, art, and nature (2nd Ed). Philadelphia, PA: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 003.857 FIE 021567 96. Fine, B., & Rosenberger, G. (1997). The fundamental theorem of algebra. New York: Springer. 512.942 FIN 020112 97. Fleisch, D. A., & Kregenow, J. (2013). A student’s guide to the mathematics of astronomy. New York: Cambridge University Press. 520.151 FLE 017653 98. Flood, R., Rice, A. C., & Wilson, R. (Eds.). (2011). Mathematics in Victorian Britain. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press. 510 FLO 014750 99. Forster, O. (1981). Lectures on Riemann surfaces. New York: Springer-Verlag. 515.223 FOR 021904 100. Fujishige, S. (2005). Submodular functions and optimization (2nd Ed). Boston: Elsevier. 511.6 FUJ 021778 11 | P a g e

101. Fukagawa, H., & Rothman, T. (2008). Sacred mathematics: Japanese temple geometry. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 510.952 FUK 014771 102. Gabbiani, F., & Cox, S. (2010). Mathematics for neuroscientists. Amsterdam: Elsevier, Acad. Press. 612.8 GAB 019620 103. Gangadharan, A. (2009). Engineering Mathematics Vol. II. New Delhi: PHI Learning. 510.2462 GAN 006385 104. Gardner, M. (2001). The colossal book of mathematics: classic puzzles, paradoxes, and problems: number theory, algebra, geometry, probability, topology, game theory, infinity, and other topics of recreational mathematics. New York: Norton. 793.74 GAR 020719 105. Garnier, R., Taylor, J., & Garnier, R. (2010). Discrete mathematics: proofs, structures, and applications (3rd Ed). Boca Raton: CRC Press. 511.1 GAR 009490 106. Garrity, T. A. (2002). All the mathematics you missed: but need to know for graduate school. Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. 510 GAR 004517, 012503- 012504 107. Gelbaum, Bernard R. (1990). Theorems and counterexamples in mathematics. New York: Springer. 510 GEL 008261 108. Giaquinto, M. (2011). Visual thinking in mathematics: an epistemological study. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press. 510.1 GIA 014745 109. Glebsch, A. (Ed.). (2009). Jacobi`s lectures on dynamics: delivered at the University of Königsberg in the winter semester 1842 - 1843 and according to the notes prepared by C. W. Brockhardt (2nd Ed). New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 533.2 GLE 020299

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110. Gortz, U., Wedhorn, T., & Gortz, U. (2010). Algebraic geometry: schemes with examples and exercises: advanced lectures in mathematics. Wiesbaden: Vieweg + Teubner. 516.35 GOR 020039 111. Goswami, A. (2006). Course in applied stochastic processes. New Delhi: Hindustan book agency. 519.2 GOS 020249 112. Graham, R. L., Knuth, D. E., & Patashnik, O. (1994). Concrete mathematics: a foundation for computer science. [Upper Saddle River, N.J.]: Pearson Education. 510 GRA 007677 113. Grasselli, Matheus. (2009). Numerical mathematics. New Delhi: Narosa Publishing House. 518 GRA 002857 114. Grassmann, Winfried K. (1996). Logic and discrete mathematics : a computer science perspective. New Delhi: Pearson Education. 004.0151 GRA 005393 115. Gray, J. (2011). Worlds out of nothing: a course in the history of geometry in the 19th century (2nd Ed.). London: New York : Springer. 516.009 GRA 020333 116. Greenberg, Michael D. (1998). Advanced engineering mathematics (2nd Ed.). New Delhi: Pearson Education. 515.14 GRE 005166 & 005419 117. Grewal, B. S. (2001). Higher engineering mathematics. Delhi: Khanna Publishers. 510.2462 GRE 012250- 012254 118. Griffiths, P., & Harris, J. (1994). Principles of algebraic geometry. New York, NY: Wiley. 516.35 GRI 021524 119. Grimaldi, R. P. (2006). Discrete and combinatorial mathematics: an applied introduction. New Delhi: Pearson Education. 510 GRI 005370 13 | P a g e

120. Guo, H. (2014). Modern mathematics and applications in computer graphics and vision. 006.60151 GUO 019057 121. Haberman, R. (1998). Mathematical models: mechanical vibrations, population dynamics, and traffic flow: an introduction to applied mathematics. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 511.8 HAB 014135 122. Haggard, G. (2009). Discrete mathematics for computer science (8th Ed.). New Delhi: Cengage Learning. 511 HAG 002309 123. Hale, M. (2003). Essentials of mathematics: introduction to theory, proof, and the professional culture. Washington, D.C.: Mathematical Association of America. 510 HAL 001981 124. Harris, M. (2015). Mathematics without apologies: portrait of a problematic vocation. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. 510 HAR 021392 125. Hartshorne, R. (2009). Deformation theory. New York: Springer. 516.35 HAR 019917 126. Hassibi, B., Sayed, A. H., & Kailath, T. (1999). Indefinite-quadratic estimation and control: a unified approach to H2 and H [infinity] theories. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 629.8312 HAS 020124 127. Helson, H. (2010). Harmonic analysis (2nd Ed.). New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 515.2433 HEL 020290 128. Hersh, R., & John-Steiner, V. (2011). Loving + hating mathematics: challenging the myths of mathematical life. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press. 510.92 HER 008264 129. Hiai, F., & Petz, D. (2014). Introduction to matrix analysis and applications. Cham ; New York : New Delhi: Springer ; Hindustan Book Agency. 512.9434 HIA 020296 14 | P a g e

130. Hildebrand, F. B. (1992). Methods of applied mathematics (2nd Ed.). New York: Dover Publications. 510 HIL 000892 131. Hill, J. M., & Selvadurai, A. P. S. (2011). Mathematics and mechanics of granular materials. Dordrecht; London: Springer. 620.43015118 HIL 018125 132. Hirsch, M. W. (1997). Differential topology. New York: Springer. 514.72 HIS 020111 133. Hollig, K., & Horner, J. (2013). Approximation and modeling with B-splines. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 511.4223 HOL 021565 134. Howison, Sam. (2005). Practical applied mathematics : modelling, analysis, approximation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 530.15535 HOW 002016 135. Hoy, M. (2006). Mathematics for economics. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India Private Limited. 511.8 HOY 006663 136. Jackson, J. D. (2006). Mathematics for quantum mechanics: an introductory survey of operators, eigenvalues, and linear vector spaces (Dover ed). Mineola, N.Y: Dover Publications. 530.120151 JAC 004738 137. Jain, Rajinder Kumar. (2002). Advanced engineering mathematics. New Delhi: Narosa Publishing House. 510.2462 JAI 002638 138. James, Glyn. (2004). Advanced modern engineering mathematics (3rd Ed.). New Dehli: Pearson Education. 620.00151 JAM 004849 & 005259 139. Jarnick, Marek. (2008). First steps in several complex variables: reinhardt domains. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 511.35 JAR 020285 15 | P a g e

140. Jeffrey, A. (2002). Advanced engineering mathematics. New York: Academic Press. 510.2462 JEF 001006 141. Johnsonbaugh, Richard. (2005). Discrete mathematics (6th Ed.). New Dehli: Pearson Education. 512.119 JOH 004853 142. Joseph, G. G. (2011). The crest of the peacock: non-European roots of mathematics (3rd Ed.). Princeton: Princeton University Press. 510.9 JOS 013683 143. Joseph, G. G. (Eds.). (2009). Kerala mathematics: history and its possible transmission to Europe. Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp. 510.95483 JOS 013511 144. Jost, J. (2013). Partial differential equations (3rd Ed.). New York: Springer. 515.353 JOS 019112 145. Kachot, K. R. (2003). Higher engineering mathematics. Ahmedabad: Mahajan Publishing House. 510.2462 KAC 015787 146. Kaper, H. G., & Engler, H. (2013). Mathematics and climate. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 551.60151 KAP 018325 147. Karatzas, I., & Shreve, S. E. (1996). Brownian motion and stochastic calculus (2nd Ed). New York: Springer. 530.475 KAR 021458 148. Karpilovsky, G. (1983). Commutative group algebras. New York: M. Dekker. 519.4 KAR 000496 149. Katz, V. J. (2009). A history of mathematics: an introduction (3rd Ed). Boston: Addison-Wesley. 510.9 KAT 007141 150. Katz, V. J., & Imhausen, A. (Eds.). (2007). The mathematics of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India, and Islam: a sourcebook. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 510.9 MAT 013684 16 | P a g e

151. Katz, V. J., & Tzanakis, C. (Eds.). (2011). Recent developments on introducing a historical dimension in mathematics education. Washington: Mathematical Association of America. 510.9 KAT 015000 152. Kaur, B. (2013). Nurturing reflective learners in mathematics: Yearbook 2013, Association of Mathematis Educators. Singapore: World Scientific. 371.1024 KAU 015674 153. Kelly, S. G. (2009). Advanced engineering mathematics with modeling applications. Boca Raton: CRC Press. 620.00151 KEL 003838 154. Kesavan, S. (2014). Functional analysis. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 515.7 KES 020289 155. Kline, M. (1985). Mathematics for the nonmathematician. New York: Dover. 510 KLI 004551 156. Knox, K. C., & Noakes, R. (Eds.). (2003). From Newton to Hawking: a history of Cambridge University’s Lucasian professors of mathematics. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 510.92241 KNO 012146 157. Koblitz, N. (1998). Algebraic aspects of cryptography. Berlin ; New York: Springer. 512.7 KOB 019110 158. Korn, R., & Korn, E. (2001). Option pricing and portfolio optimization: modern methods of financial mathematics. Providence, R.I: American Mathematical Society. 332.63228 KOR 013625 159. Koshy, T. (2006). Discrete mathematics with applications. New Delhi: Elsevier. 511.1 KOS 003083 160. Krantz, S. G. (2010). An episodic history of mathematics: mathematical culture through problem solving. Washington, DC: Mathematical Association of America. 510.9 KRA 011506

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161. Krantz, S. G. (2012). Elements of advanced mathematics (3rd Ed). Boca Raton: Chapman and Hall/CRC. 510 KRA 017108 162. Kreyszig, E. (1999). Advanced engineering mathematics (8th Ed.). New Delhi: Wiley India. 510.2462 KRE 000371-372, 000418- 000427, 001336001342, 001406- 001415, 020191- 020193, 021937- 021952 163. Kreyszig, H. (2001). Student solutions manual to accompany Advanced Engineering mathematics (8th Ed.). New Dehli: Wiley. 510.02462 KRE 003650 & 003846 164. Kumaresan, S. (2002). A course in differential geometry and Lie groups. Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 516.36 KUM 020250 165. Kumaresan, S. (2005). Expedition to geometry : New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 516 KUM 020262 166. Lakshmibai, V., & Brown, J. (2009). Flag varieties: an interplay of geometry, combinatorics, and representation theory. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 516.353 LAK 020286 167. Lee, J. (2012). Introduction to smooth manifolds. New York: Springer. 514.34 LEE 019927 168. Liebeck, M. W. (2010). Concise introduction to pure mathematics (3rd Ed.). Boca Raton: CRC Press. 510 LIE 008108 169. Liu, C. L. (1986). Elements of discrete mathematics. New York; Singapore: McGrawHill. 511 LIU 000634 170. Liu, C. L., & Mohapatra, D. P. (2008). Elements of discrete mathematics: a computer oriented aproach. New Delhi; India: Tata McGraw-Hill. 511.1 LIU 005924, 007651-007655 18 | P a g e

171. Liu, Q. (2002). Algebraic geometry and arithmetic curves. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press. 516.352 LIU 019914 172. Loveland, D. W., Hodel, R. E., & Sterrett, S. G. (2014). Three views of logic: mathematics, philosophy, and computer science. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. 511.3 LOV 017410 173. Lyuu, Y.-D. (2002). Financial engineering and computation: principles, mathematics, algorithms. Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. 332.60151 LYU 001923 174. Mackenzie, D. (2012). The universe in zero words: the story of mathematics as told through equations. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press. 512.94 MAC 012022 175. Mancosu, P. (2010). The adventure of reason: interplay between philosophy of mathematics and mathematical logic, 1900-1940. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press. 510.1 MAN 014764 176. Marcolli, M. (1999). Seiberg-Witten gauge theory. Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 514.72 MAR 020310 177. Maria Alex, S. (2008). Engineering mathematics. New Delhi: Pearson Education. 510.2462 MAR 005438 178. Massey, W. S. (1977). Algebraic topology, an introduction. New York: SpringerVerlag. 514.2 MAS 020473 179. Mathews, J. H. (2006). Complex analysis for mathematics and engineering (5th Ed.). New Delhi: Narosa Publishing House. 515.9 MAT 002700 180. Merzbach, U. C., & Boyer, C. B. (2011). A history of mathematics (3rd Ed). Hoboken, N.J: John Wiley. 510.9 MER 021465 19 | P a g e

181. Miller, S. J., & Takloo-Bighash, R. (2012). An invitation to modern number theory. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.7 MIL 020264 182. Milnor, J. (2012). Dynamics in one complex variable (3rd Ed). New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 515.93 MIL 020282 183. Milton, J., & Ohira, T. (2014). Mathematics as a laboratory tool: dynamics, delays and noise. New York: Springer. 570.15195 MIL 022012 184. Misra, J. C. (Ed.). (2003). Computational mathematics, modelling, and algorithms. New Delhi: Narosa Pub. House. 681.35186 COM 000685 185. Mott, Joe L. (2009). Discrete mathematics for computer scientists and mathematicians (2nd Ed.). New Delhi: PHI Learning. 511.6 MOT 006318 186. Mukai, S., & Oxbury, W. M. (2012). An introduction to invariants and moduli. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 512.5 MUK 019915 187. Mukherjea, K. (2007). Differential calculus in normed linear spaces (2. Ed). New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.5 MUK 020280 188. Mukherjee, A. (2013). Atiyah-singer index theorem: an introduction. New Dehli: Hindustan Book Agency. 510.8 MUK 020266 189. Mumford, D. (1999). The red book of varieties and schemes: includes the Michigan Lectures (1974) on Curves and their Jacobinians (2nd Ed). Berlin ; New York: Springer. 516.35 MUM 020043 190. Mumford, D., Fogarty, J., & Kirwan, F. C. (1994). Geometric invariant theory (3rd Ed). Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag. 516.35 MUM 020040 20 | P a g e

191. Murdock, J. A. (2003). Normal forms and unfoldings for local dynamical systems. New York: Springer. 515.352 MUR 019953 192. Musili, C. (1993). Representations of finite groups. Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 510 MUS 000656 193. Musili, C. (2001). Algebraic geometry for beginners. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 516.35 MUS 020259 194. Nadkarni, M. G. (2011). Spectral theory of dynamical systems. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 515.352 NAD 020314 195. Nadkarni, M. G. (2013). Basic ergodic theory. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 515.42 NAD 020268 196. Nathanson, M. B. (1996). Additive number theory: inverse problems and the geometry of sumsets. New York: Springer. 512.73 NAT 020107 197. Kakaç, S., North Atlantic Treaty Organization, & Public Diplomacy Division. (2005). Microscale heat transfer fundamentals and applications. Dordrecht: Springer in association with NATO Public Diplomacy Division. 621.4022 KAK 020334 198. Natterer, F. (2001). The mathematics of computerized tomography. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 621.367 NAT 018829 199. Newman, James. (1956). World of mathematics v. 2. New York: Dover Publications. 510 WOR 000883- 000885 200. Newstead, P. E. (2012). Introduction to moduli problems and orbit spaces. New Delhi: Narosa Publ. House. 516.35 NEW 019775

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201. Olʹshanskii, M. A., & Tyrtyshnikov, E. E. (2014). Iterative methods for linear systems: theory and applications. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 518.26 OLS 021819 202. Omnes, R. (2005). Converging realities: toward a common philosophy of physics and mathematics. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press. 510.1 OMN 017423 203. ONeil, P. V. (2007). Engineering Mathematics. New Delhi: Cengage Learning. 510.01246 ONE 002236 204. O’Neil, P. V. (2007). Advanced engineering mathematics (6th Ed). Toronto: Thomson. 510.620 ONE 002242 205. O’Niel, Peter V. (2009). Textbook of Engineering Mathematics Vol 1. New York: Cengage Learning. 510 ONE 002334- 002335 206. O’Rourke, J. (2011). How to fold it: the mathematics of linkages, origami, and polyhedra. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 516.35 ORO 019879 207. Ostermann, A., & Wanner, G. (2012). Geometry by its history. Heidelberg ; New York: Springer. 516.009 OST 020535 208. Pakshirajan, R. P. (2013). Probability theory: a foundational course. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 519.2 PAK 020309 209. Parthasarathy, K. R. (2005). Introduction to probability and measure. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 519.2 PAR 020297 210. Parthasarathy, K. R. (2013). Coding theorems of classical and quantum information theory. New Delhi, India: Hindustan Book Agency. 530.12 PAR 020269

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211. Parthasarathy, K. R., & Krishna, M. (2011). Mathematical foundation of quantum mechanics. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 530.12 PAR 020305 212. Passman, D. S. (2013). A course in ring theory. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.4 PAS 020252 213. Pickover, C. A. (2009). The math book: from Pythagoras to the 57th dimension : 250 milestones in the history of mathematics. 510.9 PIC 016160 214. Pitici, M. (Ed.). (2011-2015). The best writing on mathematics 2010-2014. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press. 510 PIT 013741, 017210, 019569, 019570 & 020078 215. Plofker, K. (2009). Mathematics in India. Haryana: Hindustan book agency. 510.954 PLO 012323 & 014947 216. Polianin A. D., & Manzhirov, A. V. (2007). Handbook of mathematics for engineers and scientists. Boca Raton, FL: Chapman & Hall/CRC. 510 POL 004069 217. Polya, G. (1968). Mathematics and plausible reasoning. Vol. 2: Patterns of plausible inference. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press. 510.1 POL 012021 218. Polya, G., & Kilpatrick, J. (2009). The Stanford mathematics problem book: with hints and solutions. Mineola, N.Y: Dover Publications. 510.76 POL 022135 219. Posamentier, A. S., & Lehmann, I. (2013). Magnificent mistakes in mathematics. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books. 510 POS 019906 220. Praba, B. (2006). Discrete Mathematics. Chennai: Vijay nicole imprints private limited. 510 PRA 006011

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221. Quarteroni, A., Sacco, R., & Saleri, F. (2007). Numerical mathematics (2nd Ed). Berlin ; New York: Springer. 518 QUA 003736 222. Radhakrishna, L. (2013). Write mathematics right: principles of professional, presentation, exemplified with humor and thrills. New Delhi: Narosa Publishing House. 510 RAD 015056 223. Raghunathan, V. (2013). Locks, Mahabharata and mathematics: an exploration of unexpected parallels. Noida: HarperCollins. 294.5923046 RAG 019868 224. Rajwade, A. R. (2011). Surprises and counterexamples in real function theory. New Delhi Hindustan Book Agency. 515 RAJ 020315 225. Ramakrishnan, D. (1999). Fourier analysis on number fields : graduate tests in mathematics; v.186. New York: Springer. 515.2433 RAM 000652 226. Ramana, B. V. (2007). Higher engineering mathematics. New Delhi: Tata McGrawHill. 510 RAM 006022 227. Ramasubramanian, S. (2009). Lectures on insurance models. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 511.8 RAM 020300 228. Ram, B. (2009). Engineering Mathematics. New Delhi: Pearson. 510.2462 RAM 005194 229. Rao, A. Ramchandra. (2000). Linear algebra (2nd Ed.). New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.5 RAO 020303 230. Rasheed, A Abdul. (2006). Allied mathematics. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill Education. 510 RAS 005617 24 | P a g e

231. Revuz, D. (1984). Markov chains. Amsterdam ; New York: North-Holland. 519.233 REV 021668 232. Riley, K. F. (2011). Foundation mathematics for the physical sciences. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 510 RIL 015372 233. Roberts, A. J. (2009). Elementary calculus of financial mathematics. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 519.2 ROB 003793 234. Robinson, M. B. (2011). Symmetry and the standard model: mathematics and particle physics. New York: Springer. 539.72 ROB 014102 235. Robson, E. (2008). Mathematics in ancient Iraq: a social history. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press. 510.935 ROB 014769 236. Roman, S. (2007). Advanced linear algebra (3rd Ed). New York: Springer. 512.5 ROM 021414 237. Rosenberg, J. M. (1996). Algebraic K-theory and its applications. New York: Springer. 512.55 ROS 020108 238. Rosenblatt, M. (1974). Random Processes. New York, NY: Springer New York. 519.1 ROS 021490 239. Rosen, K. H. (2007). Discrete mathematics and its applications: with combinatorics and graph theory. New Delhi: McGraw-Hill Offices. 510 ROS 006075 240. Rosen, K. H., & Michaels, J. G. (Eds.). (2000). Handbook of discrete and combinatorial mathematics. Boca Raton: CRC Press. 511.6 ROS 003871 241. Roy, R. (2011). Sources in the development of mathematics: infinite series and products from the fifteenth to the twenty-first century. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 510.722 ROY 016837 25 | P a g e

242. Sachs, R. K., & Wu, H.-H. (1977). General Relativity for Mathematicians. New York, NY: Springer New York. 530.1102451 SAC 021356 243. Sadovskii, L. E. (1993). Mathematics and sports. Hyderabad: Universities Press. 796.022 SAD 004781 244. Sane, S. S. (2013). Combinatorial techniques. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 511.6 SAN 020276 245. Santha, S. (2010). Discrete mathematics with combinatorics and graph theory. New Dehli: Cengage Learning. 511.6028 SAN 002311 246. Sarason, Donald. (2007). Complex function theory (2nd Ed.). Providence: American Mathematical Society. 515.9 SAR 020059 247. Sarma, R.D. (2010). Basic mathematics for the physical sciences. New Delhi: Pearson Education. 530.15 SAR 005424 248. Sastry, S. S. (2008). Engineering mathematics Vol.1 & 2. New Delhi: PHI Learning. 510.2462 SAS 003327, 003328, 003408-003411, 015830 015831, 015841 249. Schwartz, L. (2008). Mathematics for the physical sciences. Mineola, N.Y: Dover Publications. 530.15 SCH 000780 250. Sendra, J. R., Winkler, F., & Perez-Diaz, S. (2008). Rational algebraic curves: a computer algebra approach. New York: Springer. 516.35 SEN 019113 251. Sengadir, T. (2009). Discrete mathematics and combinatorics. New Delhi, India: Dorling Kindersley. 511.1 SEN 005360 252. Seshadri, C. S. (Ed.). (2010). Studies in the history of Indian mathematics. New Delhi, India: Hindustan Book Agency. 510.0954 SES 014847 26 | P a g e

253. Seshadri, C. S., & Lakshmibai, V. (2003). A tribute to C.S. Seshadri: perspectives in geometry and representation theory. India: Hindustan Book Agency. 510.0954 SES 014847 254. Shankar, R. (1995). Basic training in mathematics: a fitness program for science students. 515 SHA 019373 255. Sharma, J. P. (2009). Engineering mathematics, Vol. 1. New Delhi: PHI Learning. 510.2462 SHA 006384 256. Sharpe, R. W. (1997). Differential geometry: Cartan’s generalization of Klein’s Erlangen program. New York: Springer. 516.36 SHA 020110 257. Shetty, Balkrishna. (2013). What is mathematics? New Delhi: National Book Trust. 510 SHE CC0266 258. Siegel, C. L. (1949). Transcendental numbers. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.81 SIE 020320 259. Simmons, G. F., & Mitchell, M. (2007). Calculus gems: brief lives and memorable mathematics. Washington, DC: Math. Assoc. of America. 510 SIM 011721 260. Simon, C. P., & Blume, L. (2006). Mathematics for economists. New Delhi, India: Vinod Vasishtha for Viva Books. 510.2433 SIM 001149 261. Sinha, S. M. (2006). Mathematics programming: theory and methods. New Delhi: Elsevier. 519.7 SIN 003029 262. Sokolnikoff, I. S. (1966). Mathematics of physics and modern engineering (2nd ed.). Singapore: McGraw Hill. 510.02453 SOK 000648 263. Spivak, M. (1998). Calculus on manifolds: a modern approach to classical theorems of advanced calculus. Cambridge, Mass: Perseus Books. 515 SPI 019652 27 | P a g e

264. Stedall, Jacqueline. (2012). History of mathematics: a very short introduction. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 510.9 STE 017531 265. Sternberg, S. (2012). Curvature in mathematics and physics. Mineola, New York: Dover Pubications, Inc. 516.362 STE 019404 266. Stewart, I. (1995). Concepts of modern mathematics. New York: Dover. 510 STE 016627 267. Stewart, I. (2013). Visions of infinity: the great mathematical problems. New York: Basic Books. 510 STE 015445 268. Stewart, I. (2015). The foundations of mathematics. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 511.3 STE 021749 269. Stewart, I. N. (1997). Does God play dice? the new mathematics of chaos (2. ed). London: Penguin. 530.1 STE 016392 270. Stillwell, J. (2010). Roads to infinity: the mathematics of truth and proof. Natick, Mass: A K Peters. 511.322 STI 017136 271. Stillwell, J. (2002). Mathematics and its history (2nd Ed.). New York: Springer. 510.9 STI 001087 272. Stone, M., & Goldbart, P. M. (2009). Mathematics for physics: a guided tour for graduate students. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 530.15 STO 001951 273. Strang, G. (1986). Introduction to applied mathematics. Wellesley, Mass: WellesleyCambridge Press. 510 STR 001982 274. Strogatz, S. H. (2013). The joy of X: a guided tour of mathematics, from one to infinity. 510 STR 014390 28 | P a g e

275. Struik, D. J. (1987). A concise history of mathematics. New York: Dover Publications. 510.09 STR 012620 276. Sunder, V. S. (1997). Functional analysis: spectral theory. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 515.7 SUN 000649 277. Sury, B. (2003). The congruence subgroup problem: an elementary approach aimed at applications. Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.72 SUR 020319 278. Sydsaeter, K., & Hammond, P. J. (2006). Mathematics for economic analysis. Delhi: Dorling Kindersley, Pearson Education. 330.0151 SYD 005526 279. Sydsaeter, K., Hammond, P., (Eds.). (2008). Further mathematics for economic analysis (2. Ed.). Harlow: Financial Times Prentice Hall. 330.015195 SYD 003437 280. Tao, T. (2012). Topics in random matrix theory. Providence, R.I: American Mathematical Society. 512.9434 TAO 021899 281. Thomas, L. C. (1984). Games, theory, and applications. Chichester : New York: E. Horwood ; Halsted Press. 519.3 THO 000658 282. Tijs, S. (2011). Introduction to game theory. Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 519.3 TIJ 020294 283. Trefethen, L. N. (2013). Approximation theory and approximation practice. Philadelphia: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 511.4 TRE 019115 284. Vairamanickham, K. (2005). Engineering mathematics. New Delhi: Prentice Hall. 510.2462 VAI 003344, 003421- 003423

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285. Van Brummelen, G. (2009). The mathematics of the heavens and the earth: the early history of trigonometry. Princeton ; Oxford: Princeton University Press. 516.2409 VAN 014774 286. Van Brummelen, G. (2013). Heavenly mathematics: the forgotten art of spherical trigonometry. Princeton ; Oxford: Princeton University Press. 516.24 VAN 013764 287. Varadarajan, V. S. (2006). Euler through time: a new look at old themes : culture and history of mathematics. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 510 VAR 020284 288. Veerarajan, T. (2007). Discrete mathematics with graph theory and combinatorics. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill. 510 VEE 006077 289. Venkatachala, B. J. (2009). Inequalities: an approach through problems. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.97 VEN 020293 290. Vince, J. (2014). Mathematics for computer graphics (4th Ed.). New York: Springer. 006.60151 VIN 018926 291. Wall, H. S. (2009). Creative mathematics. Washington, DC: Mathematical Association of America. 515 WAL 011509 292. Weisstein, E. W. (2009). CRC encyclopedia of mathematics (3rd Ed). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press/Taylor & Francis. 510.3 WEI 003843- 003845 293. Weyl, H. (1968). Algebraic theory of numbers. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.81 WEY 020260 294. Weyl, H. (2013). The classical groups: their invariants and representations. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 512.86 WEY 020316

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295. Wilder, R. L. (2012). Introduction to the foundations of mathematics. (2nd Ed.). Mineola, New York: Dover Publications, Inc. 510 WIL 018211 296. Williams, R. J. (2006). Introduction to the mathematics of finance. River Edge, NJ: American Mathematical Society. 332.01513 WIL 012226 297. Wilmott, P., Howison, S., & Dewynne, J. (1995). The mathematics of financial derivatives: a student introduction. Oxford ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 332.63228 WIL 003123 298. Woodhouse, N. M. J. (2007). General relativity. London: Springer. 530.11 WOO 020522 299. Woo, G. (1999). The mathematics of natural catastrophes. River Edge, NJ: Imperial College Press. 363.34 WOO 011137 300. Yadav, B. S., & Man Mohan (Eds.). (2011). Ancient Indian leaps into mathematics. New York: Birkhauser. 510.0954 YAD 010122 301. Yahaghi, B. R. (2010). Iranian mathematics competitions 1973 - 2007. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 510.76 YAH 020298 302. Yamane, Taro. (2009). Mathematics for economists : an elementary survey (2nd Ed.). New Delhi: PHI Learning. 510.2433 YAM 000837 & 006664 303. Yanofsky, N. S. (2013). The outer limits of reason: what science, mathematics, and logic cannot tell us. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. 001.01 YAN 016933 304. Zeidler, E. (2006). Quantum field theory. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 530.143 ZEI 002226

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305. Ziegler, G. M. (2014). Do I count?: stories from mathematics. Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. 510 ZIE 017107 306. Zill, Dennis G. (2006). Advanced engineering mathematics. New Delhi: Narosa Publishing House. 510.246220 ZIL 010199

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