The majority of these books reside in the Main Reference Collection. They'll offer you a wealth of information and should provide you with a solid foundation on which to build your research.
Covers both pure and applied mathematics as well as statistics, and there are entries on major mathematicians and mathematics of more general interest, such as fractals, game theory, and chaos.
Presents the essential information about statistical tests, concepts, and analytical methods in language that is accessible to practitioners and students of the vast community using statistics in medicine, engineering, physical science, life science, social science, and business/economics.
Unabridged reprint of the original ten-volume hardbound edition published between 1988 and 1994 (and cited in the Supplement to Sheehy ), itself an updated and annotated translation of the Soviet Mathematical Encyclopedia
Accessible for all those involved in statistical activities in medicine and health sciences, from health professionals who are not highly trained in statistics, through to fully qualified and experienced statisticians.
Reviews hundreds of the formulas, functions, methods, equations, solutions, and transformations frequently applied in various areas of physics, mechanics, and engineering.
Cross-referenced entries that cover a wide range of the most commonly-used terms in mathematics. Accessible to the general reader, the entries range from simple arithmetic terms to higher math, and many are illustrated.
Examine the history and philosophy of the mathematical sciences in a cultural context, tracing their evolution from ancient times to the twentieth century.
Contains extensive cross referencing to related entries as well as internet sites; entries contain both standard and popular references; abundant examples include explicit formulas and derivations.
Explores the history of mathematics under a series of themes which raise new questions about what mathematics has been and what it has meant to practice it. It addresses questions of who creates mathematics, who uses it, and how.