Melvil Decimal System: 512.62Dewmoji: 🔬 > ➗ > + > ? > ?0 Information 196,271 ℹ️  1 Philosophy and Psychology 182,817 💭  2 Religion 463,618 🙏🏽  3 Social Sciences 1,017,722 👫  4 Language 130,463 💬  5 Mathematics and Science 322,970 🔬  6 Technology 751,858 💡  7 Arts and Recreation 695,836 🎨  8 Literature 929,792 📚  9 Biography and History 592,368 🗿  50 General Science 24,934 🔬  51 Mathematics 61,944 ➗  52 Astronomy 17,388 🌌  53 Physics 34,172 🍎  54 Chemistry 22,053 ⚗  55 Earth sciences & geology 28,173 🌎  56 Fossils & prehistoric life 6,394 💀  57 Life Sciences 45,977 🐠  58 Botany 17,698 🌿  59 Zoology 64,237 🐼  510 General Mathematics 15,018 ➗  511 General Principles 5,344 📐  512 Algebra 7,899 +  513 Arithmetic 4,632 🔢  514 Trigonometry; topology 1,546 🍩  515 Analysis 9,673 Σ  516 Algebraic geometry 4,709 V  517 Calculus 900 ∫  518 Numerical analysis 639 💻  519 Applied Mathematics, Probabilities 11,584 📊  512.0 379  512.1 Systems of algebra 310  512.2 Numeric equations; Imaginary expressions 857  512.3 Algebraic equations; Maxima and minima 158  512.4 Series; Fractions; Binomial theorem; Taylor's theorem 460  512.5 Combinatory analysis 1,203  512.6 Proportion and progression 76  512.7 Involution and evolution 1,083  512.8 Higher algebra 563  512.9 Problems and tables 1,064  512.60  512.61  512.62 38  512.63  512.64 13  512.65  512.66 16  512.67  512.68  512.69  512.620 1  512.621  512.622 1  512.623  512.624  512.625  512.626  512.627  512.628  512.629 
Works under MDS 512.62 
 A functorial model theory : newer applications to algebraic topology, descriptive sets, and computing categories topos by Cyrus F. Nourani
 Algebraic Theories: A Categorical Introduction to General Algebra (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics) by J. Adámek
 Mathematical foundations of information flow : Clifford Lectures Information Flow in Physics, Geometry, and Logic and Computation, March 1215, 2008, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana by Michael W. Mislove
 Complicial sets characterising the simplical nerves of strict [omega]categories by Dominic Verity
 Definable additive categories : purity and model theory by Mike Prest
 On operads, bimodules, and analytic functors by Nicola Gambino
 Theories, sites, toposes : relating and studying mathematical theories through topostheoretic 'bridges' by Olivia Caramello
 Operads and Universal Algebra: Proceedings of the International Conference, Tianjin, China, 59 July 2010 (Nankai Series in Pure, Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Vol. 9) by Chengming Bai
 Set operads in combinatorics and computer science by Miguel A. Méndez
 Virtual Topology and Functor Geometry by Fred Van Oystaeyen
 Categorification and higher representation theory by Anna Beliakova
 Categorification in geometry, topology, and physics by Anna Beliakova
 Categorical Structures And Their Applications: Proceedings Of The Northwest European Category Seminar, Berlin, Germany 28 – 29 March 2003 by Werner Gähler
 Categorical closure operators by Gabriele Castellini
 Categorical Structure of Closure Operators : With Applications to Topology, Algebra and Discrete Mathematics by dikranjand
 Colored operads by Donald Y. Yau
 Models, logics, and higherdimensional categories : a tribute to the work of Mihály Makkai by Bradd Hart T.,
 Polynomials: An Algorithmic Approach (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science) by Maurice Mignotte

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