Books in category Mathematics – Infinity

In Infinity and the Mind, Rudy Rucker leads an excursion to that stretch of the universe he calls the "Mindscape," where he explores infinity in all its forms: potential and actual, mathematical and physical, theological and mundane.

Sequences and Their Applications – SETA 2004
This volume contains the refereed proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sequences and Their Applications (SETA 2004), held in Seoul, Korea during October 2428, 2004.

Proceedings of the Fourth GermanJapanese Symposium, Infinite Dimensional Harmonic Analysis IV
Most of the articles deal with the limit behavior of systems with many degrees of freedom in the presence of symmetry constraints. This volume gives new directions in research bringing together probability theory and representation theory.

Wavelets and Operators:, Volume 1
For anyone who would like an introduction to wavelets, this book will prove to be a necessary purchase.

Among the basic topics covered in this book are timefrequency localization, integral wavelet transforms, dyadic wavelets, frames, splinewavelets, orthonormal wavelet bases, and wavelet packets.

In this important new book, David Deutsch, an awardwinning pioneer in the field of quantum computation, argues that explanations have a fundamental place in the universe.

Spectral Decomposition and Eisenstein Series
A selfcontained introduction to automorphic forms, and Eisenstein series and pseudoseries, proving some of Langlands' work at the intersection of number theory and group theory.

This is not entirely true. This book does not refer to infinities, but rather to cardinals. This is to emphasize the point that what you thought you knew about infinity is probably incorrect or imprecise.

Uniting dozens of seemingly disparate results from different fields, this book combines concepts from mathematics and computer science to present the first integrated treatment of sequences generated by 'finite automata'.

A First Course in Wavelets with Fourier Analysis
The book begins with an introduction to vector spaces, inner product spaces, and other preliminary topics in analysis.