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Your favorite math reference book(s)?
12-30-2017, 12:37 AM
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RE: Your favorite math reference book(s)?
(12-30-2017 12:06 AM)matthiaspaul Wrote:  … lehrbuch der hoeheren mathematik ISBN 978-3-8085-5572-9 … Apparently, an English translation exists under the title "A Course in Higher Mathematics"… Matthias

from the preface of A Course of Higher Mathematics (vol 5)
THIS is the final volume of Prof. Smirnov's five-volume course of
higher mathematics, about whose history some remarks were made
in the Introduction to Vol. I of the present English edition.
The first Russian edition of this volume, published in 1947, enjoyed
the distinction of being the first book in any language on the theory
of integration and the elements of functional analysis to be written
specifically with the needs of theoretical physicists in mind. Indeed
nearly twenty years after its publication its only rivals would appear
to be works by other Russian authors.
Pergamon Press 1964

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