Melvil Decimal System: 511.3520 Information 196,271 βΉοΈ  1 Philosophy and Psychology 182,817 π  2 Religion 463,618 ππ½  3 Social Sciences 1,017,722 π«  4 Language 130,463 π¬  5 Mathematics and Science 322,970 π¬  6 Technology 751,858 π‘  7 Arts and Recreation 695,836 π¨  8 Literature 929,792 π  9 Biography and History 592,368 πΏ  50 General Science 24,934 π¬  51 Mathematics 61,944 β  52 Astronomy 17,388 π  53 Physics 34,172 π  54 Chemistry 22,053 β  55 Earth sciences & geology 28,173 π  56 Fossils & prehistoric life 6,394 π  57 Life Sciences 45,977 π  58 Botany 17,698 πΏ  59 Zoology 64,237 πΌ  510 General Mathematics 15,018 β  511 General Principles 5,344 π  512 Algebra 7,899 +  513 Arithmetic 4,632 π’  514 Trigonometry; topology 1,546 π©  515 Analysis 9,673 Ξ£  516 Algebraic geometry 4,709 V  517 Calculus 900 β«  518 Numerical analysis 639 π»  519 Applied Mathematics, Probabilities 11,584 π  511.0 Arithmetic 14  511.1 Finite Mathematics 38  511.2  39  511.3 Logic 2,160  511.4 Approximation Theory 274  511.5 Graph Theory 471  511.6 Combinatorics 487  511.7  8  511.8 Modeling And Simulation 344  511.9 Problems and tables 8  511.30 30  511.31 Fuzzy Logic 42  511.32 255  511.33 70  511.34 Finite Model Theory 23  511.35 Theory Of Computation 81  511.36 Proof Theory 37  511.37  511.38  511.39  511.350  511.351 2  511.352 27  511.353  511.354  511.355  511.356  511.357  511.358  511.359 
Works under MDS 511.352 
 Local Activity Principle:The Cause of Complexity and Symmetry Breaking by Klaus Mainzer
 Language, life, limits : 10th Conference on Computability in Europe, CiE 2014, Budapest, Hungary, June 2327, 2014. Proceedings by Arnold Beckmann
 The multivariate algorithmic revolution and beyond : essays dedicated to Michael R. Fellows on the occasion of his 60th birthday by H. L. Bodlaender
 Parameterized and exact computation : 6th International Symposium, IPEC 2011, SaarbruΜcken, Germany, September 68, 2011. Revised selected papers by DaΜniel Marx
 Combinatorics and complexity of partition functions by Alexander Barvinok
 Computation and Logic in the Real World by S. Barry Cooper
 Complex systems : theory and applications by G. Rzevski
 Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction by John A. Lee
 Parameterized and exact computation : 5th international symposium, IPEC 2010, Chennai, India, December 1315, 2010 : proceedings by ramanv
 Classical and New Paradigms of Computation and their Complexity Hierarchies: Papers of the conference "Foundations of the Formal Sciences III" (Trends in Logic) by Benedikt LΓΆwe
 Logical Approaches to Computational Barriers: Second Conference on Computability in Europe, CiE 2006, Swansea, UK, June 30July 5, 2006, Proceedings (Lecture ... Computer Science and General Issues) by Arnold Beckmann

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