Fri Mar 21 17:03:57 2014 UTClccn-n800334690.10Graham, Ronald Lewis: mathematics0.641.00On a number theoretic conjecture of Graham108818002Ronald_Grahamn 80033469415642Graham, R. 1935-Graham, R. L.Graham, R. L., 1935-Graham, R. L. (Ronald L.), 1935-Graham, R. L. (Ronald Lewis), 1935-Graham, Ron.Graham, Ron, 1935-Graham, Ron L. 1935-Graham, Ronald.Graham, Ronald, 1935-Graham, Ronald L.Graham, Ronald L., 1935-....Graham, Ronald Lewis, 1935-Grèchem, R.Grechem, R., 1935-Lewis Graham, RonaldГрэхем, Р., 1935-グレアム, ロナルド・Llccn-n79135509Knuth, Donald Ervin1938-lccn-n88016213Patashnik, Orenlccn-n50010022Erdős, Paul1913-1996ivedtelccn-n80034083Spencer, Joel H.lccn-n80033467Rothschild, Bruce L.1941-lccn-n80066355Nešetřil, Jaroslavedtlccn-n82013125Grötschel, Martinedtlccn-n78058545Lovász, László1948-edtnp-butler, steveButler, Stevelccn-n91096888Chung, Fan R. K.1949-Graham, Ronald L.1935-Handbooks, manuals, etcConference proceedingsBiographyFilm adaptationsMathematicsCombinatorial analysisComputer science--MathematicsRamsey theoryMathematical recreationsGraph theoryErdős, Paul,MathematiciansHungaryCombinatorial number theoryHoffman, Paul,NP-complete problemsSteiner systemsNumber theorySeries, ArithmeticMathematics--PhilosophyLogic, Symbolic and mathematicalGeometryEconomicsStatisticsDistribution (Probability theory)Discrete groupsGraham, Ronald L.,CanadaPuzzlesAsymptotic expansionsScientistsUnited States1935195219591960196519681969197119751976197719781979198019811982198319841986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092011201220136711127394510QA39.2ocn468742037ocn180390274ocn797717490ocn468817832ocn645418144ocn074918105ocn641163921ocn855551897ocn318356401ocn641164071ocn762463568178380ocn017649857book19880.56Graham, Ronald LConcrete mathematics : a foundation for computer science+-+018796657532494619ocn006223240book19800.70Graham, Ronald LRamsey theory"Discrete mathematics, the study of finite structures, is one of the fastest-growing areas in mathematics. The wide applicability of its evolving techniques points to the rapidity with which the field is moving from its beginnings to its maturity, and reflects the ever-increasing interaction between discrete mathematics and computer science. This Series provides broad coverage of discrete mathematics and optimization, ranging over such fields as combinatorics, graph theory, enumeration, and the analysis of algorithms."--Book cover+-+619550629552211ocn032626230book19950.70Graham, Ronald LHandbook of combinatoricsHandbooks, manuals, etc+-+K41625717543514ocn037917454book19980.66Chung, Fan R. KErdős on graphs : his legacy of unsolved problems+-+742563310635313ocn007196803book19800.79Graham, Ronald LRudiments of Ramsey theory29210ocn035172609book19970.76The mathematics of Paul Erdös28511ocn019520802book19890.81International Conference on Combinatorial MathematicsCombinatorial mathematics : proceedings of the Third International ConferenceConference proceedings26315ocn856648293file19960.66Graham, Ronald LThe mathematics of Paul Erdős IThis is the most comprehensive survey of the mathematical life of the legendary Paul Erdős (1913-1996), one of the most versatile and prolific mathematicians of our time. For the first time, all the main areas of Erdős' research are covered in a single project. Because of overwhelming response from the mathematical community, the project now occupies over 1000 pages, arranged into two volumes. These volumes contain both high level research articles as well as key articles that survey some of the cornerstones of Erdős' work, each written by a leading world specialist in the field. A special chapter "Early Days", rare photographs, and art related to Erdős complement this striking collection. A unique contribution is the bibliography on Erdős' publications: the most comprehensive ever published. This new edition, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Paul Erdős' birth, contains updates on many of the articles from the two volumes of the first edition, several new articles from prominent mathematicians, a new introduction, more biographical information about Paul Erdős, and an updated list of publications. The first volume contains the unique chapter "Early Days", which features personal memories of Paul Erdős by a number of his colleagues. The other three chapters cover number theory, random methods, and geometry. All of these chapters are essentially updated, most notably the geometry chapter that covers the recent solution of the problem on the number of distinct distances in finite planar sets, which was the most popular of Erdős' favorite geometry problems25513ocn856631661file19960.66Graham, Ronald LThe mathematics of Paul Erdős IIThis is the most comprehensive survey of the mathematical life of the legendary Paul Erdős (1913-1996), one of the most versatile and prolific mathematicians of our time. For the first time, all the main areas of Erdős' research are covered in a single project. Because of overwhelming response from the mathematical community, the project now occupies over 1000 pages, arranged into two volumes. These volumes contain both high level research articles as well as key articles that survey some of the cornerstones of Erdős' work, each written by a leading world specialist in the field. A special chapter "Early Days", rare photographs, and art related to Erdős complement this striking collection. A unique contribution is the bibliography on Erdős' publications: the most comprehensive ever published. This new edition, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Paul Erdős' birth, contains updates on many of the articles from the two volumes of the first edition, several new articles from prominent mathematicians, a new introduction, and more biographical information about Paul Erdős with an updated list of publications. The second volume contains chapters on graph theory and combinatorics, extremal and Ramsey theory, and a section on infinity that covers Erdős' research on set theory. All of these chapters are essentially updated, particularly the extremal theory chapter that contains a survey of flag algebras, a new technique for solving extremal problems2318ocn758388132com20110.25Diaconis, PersiMagical mathematics : the mathematical ideas that animate great magic tricks"Magical Mathematics reveals the secrets of amazing, fun-to-perform card tricks--and the profound mathematical ideas behind them--that will astound even the most accomplished magician. Persi Diaconis and Ron Graham provide easy, step-by-step instructions for each trick, explaining how to set up the effect and offering tips on what to say and do while performing it. Each card trick introduces a new mathematical idea, and varying the tricks in turn takes readers to the very threshold of today's mathematical knowledge. For example, the Gilbreath principle--a fantastic effect where the cards remain in control despite being shuffled--is found to share an intimate connection with the Mandelbrot set. Other card tricks link to the mathematical secrets of combinatorics, graph theory, number theory, topology, the Riemann hypothesis, and even Fermat's last theorem. Diaconis and Graham are mathematicians as well as skilled performers with decades of professional experience between them. In this book they share a wealth of conjuring lore, including some closely guarded secrets of legendary magicians. Magical Mathematics covers the mathematics of juggling and shows how the I Ching connects to the history of probability and magic tricks both old and new. It tells the stories--and reveals the best tricks--of the eccentric and brilliant inventors of mathematical magic. Magical Mathematics exposes old gambling secrets through the mathematics of shuffling cards, explains the classic street-gambling scam of three-card monte, traces the history of mathematical magic back to the thirteenth century and the oldest mathematical trick--and much more"--+-+991606641521610ocn007085326book19800.79Erdős, PaulOld and new problems and results in combinatorial number theory1761ocn056349644visu20040.37Csicsery, George PaulN is a number a portrait of Paul ErdősBiographyFilm adaptationsA documentary filmed in England, Hungary, Poland and the United States over a period of four years presenting mathematician Paul Erdos's mathematical quest in its personal and philosophical dimensions, and the tragic historical events that molded his life+-+363309724532414710ocn054064425book19890.53Graham, Ronald LMathématiques concrètes : fondations pour l'informatique+-+01879665753241428ocn040777008book19990.90DIMATIA-DIMACS conferenceContemporary trends in discrete mathematics : from DIMACS and DIMATIA to the future : DIMATIA-DIMACS conference, May 19-25, 1997, Štiřín Castle, Czech RepublicConference proceedings+-+181453673510013ocn035623368book19950.39Handbook of combinatoricsHandbooks, manuals, etc+-+6626257175812ocn020712845visu19880.66Graham, Ronald LThe shortest network problemDr. Graham's lecture explores the Steiner problem which asks for the shortest network of line segments to interconnect a set of given points in the design of highway systems, oil pipelines, air conditioning systems and integrated circuits on silicon chips. Provides an introduction to NP-completeness, a fundamental concept in theoretical computer science804ocn086115593book20070.88Integers ConferenceCombinatorial number theory : proceedings of the "Integers Conference 2005" in celebration of the 70th birthday of Ronald Graham, Carrollton, Georgia, USA, October 27-30, 2005Conference proceedings+-+K475465668725ocn035623232book19950.47Handbook of combinatoricsHandbooks, manuals, etc+-+3198739995444ocn021867608visu19890.84Graham, Ronald LArithmetic progressions from Hilbert to ShelahGraham explores connections between arithmetic progressions and combinatorics over the past century441ocn024486091book19890.27Gardner, MartinMathematical magic show : more puzzles, games, diversions, illusions & other mathematical sleight-of-mind from Scientific AmericanOn title page: More puzzles, games, diversions, illusions, & other mathematical sleight-of-mind from "Scientific American."+-+639903833522ocn036996973book19811.00Wong, William Wing-CheungOn a number theoretic conjecture of Graham11ocn710820631art19980.10Graham, Ronald Lewis: mathematicsBiographyDirectories+-+0187966575324+-+0187966575324Fri Mar 21 15:34:55 EDT 2014batch22933