MATHEMATICS BOOKS

DISPLAYED ON 16/06/2018

LIST NO.12/2018



1. Brodsky, Boris
        Change-point analysis in nonstationary stochastic models / by Boris Brodsky. –
        Boca Raton: CRC Press, c2017.
        xix, 345p.
        Bibliography: p.317-340.
        9 BROD                   B141501

2. Capinski, Marek
        Credit risk / by Marek Capinski and Tomasz Zastawniak. –
        Cambridge: Cambriege Univ. Press, c2017.
        vi, 194p.
        Bibliography: p.191-192.
        12.11 CAPI           B141507

3. Cartea, Alvaro
        Algorithmic and high-frequency trading / by Alvaro Cartea, Sebastian Jaimungal

        and Jose Penalva. –
        Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, c2015.
        xv, 343p.
        Bibliography: p.328-335, Glossary: p.338-343.
        12.11 CART            B141504

4. Frieze, Alan
        Introduction to random graphs / by Alan Frieze and Michal Karonski. -
        Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, c2016.
        xvii, 464p.
        Referenes: p.420-455.
        2.08 FRIE             B141514

5. Kashiwara, Masaki
        Regular and irregular holonomic D-modules / by Masaki Kashiwara and
        Pierre Schapira. –
        Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, c2016.
        vi, 111p.
        (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series: 433)
        References: p.104-106.
        6.02 SCHA         B141512

6. Lyons, Russell
        Probability on trees and networks / by Russell Lyons and Yuval Peres. -
        Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, c2016.
        xv, 699p.
        (Cambridge Series in Statistical and Probabilistic Mathematics)
        Bibliography: p.648-686.
        9 LYONS           B141515

7. Recent advances in algebraic geometry: a volume in honor of Rob
        Lazarsfeld’s 60th birthday / edited by Christopher D. Hacon, Mircea Mustata
        and Mihnea Popa. –
        Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, c2015.
        xiii, 436p.
        (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series: 417)
        8.05 HACO         B141510

8. Recent advances in hodge theory: period domains, algebraic cycles,
        and arithmetic / edited by Matt Kerr and Gregory Pearlstein. -
        Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, c2016.
        xvii, 514p.
        (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series: 427)
        8.05 KERR         B141511




 

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