Melvil Decimal System: 516.13Dewmoji: ๐ฌ > โ > V > ? > ?0 Information 183,829 โน๏ธ  1 Philosophy and Psychology 172,351 ๐ญ  2 Religion 443,755 ๐๐ฝ  3 Social Sciences 952,115 ๐ซ  4 Language 123,707 ๐ฌ  5 Mathematics and Science 297,296 ๐ฌ  6 Technology 692,375 ๐ก  7 Arts and Recreation 669,452 ๐จ  8 Literature 891,726 ๐  9 Biography and History 567,666 ๐ฟ  50 General Science 23,864 ๐ฌ  51 Mathematics 56,683 โ  52 Astronomy 16,316 ๐  53 Physics 30,054 ๐  54 Chemistry 19,002 โ  55 Earth sciences & geology 26,281 ๐  56 Fossils & prehistoric life 6,175 ๐  57 Life Sciences 40,856 ๐  58 Botany 16,495 ๐ฟ  59 Zoology 61,570 ๐ผ  510 General Mathematics 14,112 โ  511 General Principles 4,975 ๐  512 Algebra 7,203 +  513 Arithmetic 4,475 ๐ข  514 Trigonometry; topology 1,372 ๐ฉ  515 Analysis 8,471 ฮฃ  516 Algebraic geometry 4,307 V  517 Calculus 840 โซ  518 Numerical analysis 538 ๐ป  519 Applied Mathematics, Probabilities 10,390 ๐  516.0 Analytic geometry 277  516.1 Plane loci 861  516.2 Curves 372  516.3 Loci in space 1,403  516.4 Curved surfaces 16  516.5 Modern analytic geometry 102  516.6 17  516.7 22  516.8 Quaternions: calculus of direction and position 26  516.9 Problems 63  516.10 3  516.11 Right lines 20  516.12 4  516.13 50  516.14 Transformation of coordinates 2  516.15 Geometric shapes 700  516.16 6  516.17 1  516.18 12  516.19  516.130  516.131  516.132 3  516.133  516.134  516.135  516.136  516.137  516.138  516.139 
Works under MDS 516.13 
 Towards Dynamic Randomized Algorithms in Computational Geometry (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Monique Teillaud
 Constructible sets in real geometry by Carlos. Andradas
 Finite Geometries, Groups, and Computation: Proceedings of the Conference 'Finite Geometries, Groups, and Computation', Pingree Park, Colorado, USA, September ... ([De Gruyter Proceedings in Mathematics]) by Alexander Hulpke
 Excursions into Combinatorial Geometry (Universitext) by V.G. Boltianski
 Algebraic and geometric combinatorics : Euroconference in Mathematics : Algebraic and Geometric Combinatorics, August 2026, 2005, Anogia, Crete, Greece by Christos A. Athanasiadis
 Combinatorial geometries by Neil White
 Descent in buildings by Bernhard Matthias Mรผhlherr
 Extended abstracts Summer 2015 : Strategic behavior in combinatorial structures ; Quantitative finance by Josep Dรญaz
 Discrete and Computational Geometry: Japanese Conference, JCDCG 2004, Tokyo, Japan, October 811, 2004 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science / Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues) by Jin Akiyama
 Discrete and computational geometry : Japanese conference, JCDCG 2002, Tokyo, Japan, December 69, 2002 : revised papers by J. Akiyama
 Combinatorial geometry and its algorithmic applications : the Alcalรก lectures by Jรกnos Pach
 Advances in discrete and computational geometry : proceedings of the 1996 AMSIMSSIAM Joint Summer Research Conference, Discrete and Computational GeometryTen Years Later, July 1418, 1996, Mount Holyoke College by chazelleb
 Finite geometries and combinatorial designs : proceedings of the AMS Special Session in Finite Geometries and Combinatorial Designs, held October 29November 1, 1987 by kramerearls
 Surveys on discrete and computational geometry : twenty years later : AMSIMSSIAM Joint Summer Research Conference, June 1822, 2006, Snowbird, Utah by Jacob E. Goodman
 Translation Generalized Quadrangles (Series in Pure Mathematics) by J. A. Thas
 Geometric complexity theory IV : nonstandard quantum group for the Kronecker problem by Jonah Blasiak
 Handbook of discrete and computational geometry by Tรณth Csaba
 Geometric Combinatorics (Ias/Park City Mathematics Series) by Ezra Miller
 Constructible Sets in Real Geometry (Ergebnisse Der Mathematik Und Ihrer Grenzgebiete. 3 Folge /A Series of Modern Surveys in Mathematics) by Carlos. Andradas
 Generalized Polygons (Monographs in Mathematics) by van Maldeghem Hendrik
 Affine Ebenen : eine konstruktive Algebraisierung desarguesscher Ebenen by Artur Bergmann

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