- Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences byCall Number: HD.B. 09 HiISBN: 9780898714203Publication Date: 1998-01-01This handy new volume provides even more information on the issues you will face when writing a technical paper or talk, from choosing the right journal in which to publish to handling your references. Its overview of the entire publication process is invaluable for anyone hoping to publish in a technical journal.
- Mathematical Writing byCall Number: 03 KnISBN: 088385063XPublication Date: 1996-09-05Do you need help getting started as an individual or as a member of a group facing the need to prepare formal documents? This is an all-out attack on the problem of teaching people the art of mathematical writing. Learn how others have made use of student assistants in ways that benefit all parties. Read how feedback from students supplies early warning signals from instructors, as well as helping students clarify their thought processes. This book will give aid and encouragement to those wishing to teach a course in technical writing, or to those who wish to write themselves.
- Mathematics into Type byCall Number: ONLINEISBN: 9780821819616Publication Date: 1999-05-19This book is available for free on the AMS Author Resource Center. This edition, updated by Arlene O'Sean and Antoinette Schleyer of the American Mathematical Society, brings Ms. Swanson's work up to date, reflecting the more technical reality of publishing today. While it includes information for copy editors, proofreaders, and production staff to do a thorough, traditional copyediting and proofreading of a manuscript and proof copy, it is increasingly more useful to authors, who have become intricately involved with the typesetting of their manuscripts. Features: Maintains the same user-friendly presentation as the original work. Serves as a training tool for newcomers to mathematical publishing. Includes a glossary.
- A Primer of Mathematical Writing byCall Number: ONLINE and HD.B. 09 KrISBN: 9781470436582Publication Date: 2017-12-29This is the second edition of a book originally published in 1997. Today the internet virtually consumes all of our lives (especially the lives of writers). As both readers and writers, we are all aware of blogs, chat rooms, and preprint servers. There are now electronic-only journals and print-on-demand books, Open Access journals and joint research projects such as MathOverflow--not to mention a host of other new realities. It truly is a brave new world, one that can be overwhelming and confusing.
- LaTex byCall Number: ONLINEISBN: 1847199879Publication Date: 2011-01-01Packed with fully explained examples, LaTeX Beginner's Guide is a hands-on introduction quickly leading a novice user to professional-quality results. If you are about to write mathematical or scientific papers, seminar handouts, or even plan to write a thesis, then this book offers you a fast-paced and practical introduction. Particularly during studying in school and university you will benefit much, as a mathematician or physicist as well as an engineer or a humanist. Everybody with high expectations who plans to write a paper or a book will be delighted by this stable software.

**Hd.B. 00 ** Mathematical Software (Mathematica ; Maple ...)

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