Melvil Decimal System: 512.0028Dewmoji: π¬ > β > + > ? > ? > ? > ?0 Information 183,829 βΉοΈ  1 Philosophy and Psychology 172,351 π  2 Religion 443,755 ππ½  3 Social Sciences 952,115 π«  4 Language 123,707 π¬  5 Mathematics and Science 297,296 π¬  6 Technology 692,375 π‘  7 Arts and Recreation 669,452 π¨  8 Literature 891,726 π  9 Biography and History 567,666 πΏ  50 General Science 23,864 π¬  51 Mathematics 56,683 β  52 Astronomy 16,316 π  53 Physics 30,054 π  54 Chemistry 19,002 β  55 Earth sciences & geology 26,281 π  56 Fossils & prehistoric life 6,175 π  57 Life Sciences 40,856 π  58 Botany 16,495 πΏ  59 Zoology 61,570 πΌ  510 General Mathematics 14,112 β  511 General Principles 4,975 π  512 Algebra 7,203 +  513 Arithmetic 4,475 π’  514 Trigonometry; topology 1,372 π©  515 Analysis 8,471 Ξ£  516 Algebraic geometry 4,307 V  517 Calculus 840 β«  518 Numerical analysis 538 π»  519 Applied Mathematics, Probabilities 10,390 π  512.0 342  512.1 Systems of algebra 292  512.2 Numeric equations; Imaginary expressions 754  512.3 Algebraic equations; Maxima and minima 146  512.4 Series; Fractions; Binomial theorem; Taylor's theorem 384  512.5 Combinatory analysis 1,069  512.6 Proportion and progression 61  512.7 Involution and evolution 963  512.8 Higher algebra 541  512.9 Problems and tables 983  512.00 128  512.01  512.02 178  512.03  512.04  512.05  512.06  512.07 25  512.08 3  512.09 2  512.000 1  512.001 1  512.002 29  512.003  512.004  512.005 4  512.006  512.007 79  512.008 1  512.009 13  512.0020  512.0021  512.0022 1  512.0023  512.0024 1  512.0025  512.0026  512.0027  512.0028 26  512.0029  512.00280  512.00281  512.00282  512.00283  512.00284  512.00285 22  512.00286  512.00287  512.00288  512.00289 
Works under MDS 512.0028 
 Computers in Algebra and Number Theory (SiamAms Proceedings, V. 4) by G. Birkhoff
 First leaves : a tutorial introduction to Maple V by Bruce W. Char
 An Introduction To Commutative Algebra: From The Viewpoint Of Normalization by Li HUISHI
 Computational algebra by Klaus G. Fischer
 Computer algebra : EUROCAM'82, European Computer Algebra Conference, Marseille, France, 57 April 1982 by Jacques Calmet
 Essential CAS Calculator Companion: Mathematical Methods with the Texas TI89/92 Plus/Voyage 200 (Essential Mathematics) by Brian Morphett
 Algebraic Informatics : 4th International Conference, CAI 2011, Linz, Austria, June 2124, 2011. Proceedings by Franz Winkler
 Algebraic informatics : third international conference ; proceedings, CAI 2009, Thessaloniki, Greece, May 1922, 2009 by SymeoΜn BozapalideΜs
 Topics in computational algebra by Gulia Maria Piacentini Cattaneo
 Computational algebra and number theory by Wieb Bosma

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