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Our titles in Mathematics at Cambridge Scholars Publishing focus primarily on the theorisation and application of pure mathematical formulae and equations, with a number of titles analysing geometry, logic, and mathematical programming. A growing subset of books also consider questions of statistics and probability, and the collection as a whole will be essential reading for mathematicians at any stage of their career, academic or otherwise.

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Statistical Techniques for Modelling Extreme Value Data and Related Applications

This book tackles some modern trends and methods in the modelling of extreme data. Usually such data arise from random phenomena such as floods, hurricanes, air and water pollutants, extreme claim sizes, life spans, and maximum sizes of ecological populations. It provides the latest statistical methods to model these random phenome...

The Fluid Catastrophe

By abandoning classical theory and adopting a liberating, empirical approach to fluid behaviour, this book sheds new light on Global Warming, on Ice Ages, why the wind makes waves bigger, and the origin of the Earth’s magnetic field. At heart, it is concerned with how meaning can be extracted from a sequence of measurements—time se...

The Origin of Geometry in India

This book is the first complete study of the origin of geometry in India. In Ancient India, brick-built fire-altars (citi-s) were ordained for the Soma sacrifice, a Vedic rite, which led to the compilation of rule-books for making and arranging bricks. These volumes, called Śulbasūtra-s, represent the first available texts of both ...

Exact Sciences in Greek Antiquity

This book consists of 24 papers on ancient Greek science and technology. It covers such areas as mathematics, physics, engineering, astronomical methods and instruments, and environmental issues. A great variety of topics are discussed, including medical care in ancient Olympiads, mathematical concepts in Plato, the concept of the ...
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