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Book review

C.C. Elgot
1962 Information and Control  
Chapter VI covers unsolvability of the word problem for semi-Thue and Thue systems, undecidability of first order predicate logic, incompleteness of second order predicate logic (the proof is based on  ...  On Here, the symbol "[:]" represents the null word. The author uses a tightly packed notation which this reviewer finds pleasing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0019-9958(62)90370-4 fatcat:czg7uoa7rfejjjqfcpamvam6hu

Book reviews

2001 Mathematica Bohemica  
e.g. diagrams of cages and diagrams of snarks) will please both the eye and the soul.  ...  The book has one index oriented towards word-processing in general and another one related to specific L a T E X concepts.  ... 
doi:10.21136/mb.2001.134119 fatcat:jw6lsdi6crhm5jgb4ef2zbefmi

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GERALD MOORE
1981 Notes and Queries  
, the proof of the pudding is so entirely in the eating that the reviewer who has not yet had a chance of trying it out can do no more than recommend it to all those who are in a position to do so.  ...  They advise the reader to ‘play it cool’ and stop bucking around like a horse, muttering words like ‘obscure’ and ‘aery-faery’.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/28-5-471a fatcat:vyjyajf3pjgt3kjeztjdsq2i2u

Book Reviews

W. H. Bussey
1917 The American mathematical monthly  
The only difficulty which the student is likely to have with this proof is in the making and the visualizing of the diagram.  ...  When this is argued in detail, as it is in the eleventh edition of the “Encyclopedia Britannica,” volume 22, page 428, in the article on “ Projection,” and a diagram is drawn to illustrate, the proof is  ... 
doi:10.1080/00029890.1917.11998361 fatcat:o36h3ium65bctcwgdiniklnp2i

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W. B. H.
1891 Nature  
a successful version must recast whole sentences instead of aiming at a literal reproduction of words and clauses.  ...  The manner in which most of the proofs are worked out is both neat and brief, and the definitions are all clearly stated and illustrated.  ... 
doi:10.1038/045149b0 fatcat:qafrlcvncva4thfkfdhhco5d6q

[Book Reviews]

W.
1891 Nature  
a successful version must recast whole sentences instead of aiming at a literal reproduction of words and clauses.  ...  The manner in which most of the proofs are worked out is both neat and brief, and the definitions are all clearly stated and illustrated.  ... 
doi:10.1038/045149a0 fatcat:76gq7t4fbbcilo3q56ixt2r5ri

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DOUGLAS HEWITT
1989 Notes and Queries  
A second diagram traces the novel’s publication history, with its various sets of proofs and its separate American and English editions, which take the story up to October 1922.  ...  He 262 also published poems in the English Review and elsewhere, wrote reviews for the Criterion and the Spectator, knew Pound and Eliot, was a friend of William Rothenstein, who sketched him several times  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/36-2-261 fatcat:c4c2wwueufgqhkgjx6thkz34ky

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J. C. CLULEY
1961 Nature  
T HIS book describes the 1,024 word store used in the B.E.S.M. digital computer, which operates in parallel with a 39-hit word-length at a pulse-rate of 80 kc./s.  ...  The first two chapters include a block diagram of the store organization, and a description of the storage tube, a barrier grid type using an aluminium back plate which stores 1,024 bits of data as a pattern  ... 
doi:10.1038/190383d0 fatcat:rf5kar3lizet5ef7k7dz2ckk7u

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1908 School Science and Mathematics  
Justice cannot be done the book in this review. It is a book that every instructor in secondary chemistry and physics should liave in his library.  ...  It is not an exhaustive treatise on spectrum analysis, but is more especially a guide to those who wish to understand something concerning the scope of and methods of this subject.  ...  Practical problems are well distributed through the book, and while rigorous proofs are not always attempted, the pupils are led to feel the truth of the statements, and they are told when the proofs are  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1949-8594.1908.tb01313.x fatcat:n5d3yeomu5cgtbrumprqfwckdu

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J N Cape
1991 Forestry (London)  
number of excellent diagrams.  ...  Policy makers, however, rarely have the luxury of ‘proof in environmental matters, and must rely on scientific consensus.  ... 
doi:10.1093/forestry/64.1.97 fatcat:wgwdqo35vvekjhilma54ikq4su

Book Review: Substitutional analysis

G. de B. Robinson
1949 Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society  
Some words of explanation here would have helped the reader to see the usefulness of the results obtained.  ...  After the removal of the symbols 1, 2, • • • , m from a standard right diagram [a], what is left can be designated by the symbol [a]-[/3] and this is called a distorted or skew diagram.  ... 
doi:10.1090/s0002-9904-1949-09321-7 fatcat:dfmvqmvxmzbohjwcxymsu3cc3y

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1905 The Monist  
The typography is imperfect, and the proof-reader did not attend to his work properly. Letters are broken off and Greek words are repeatedly misspelled.  ...  By The book is illustrated with the same diagrams which are used in lecture rooms, and the style is rather that of the speaker in the amphitheater than the author confined in his study.  ... 
doi:10.1093/monist/15.2.313 fatcat:vhaylfaszbavfjtvl5himxvwba

Book Reviews

1905 The Monist  
The typography is imperfect, and the proof-reader did not attend to his work properly. Letters are broken off and Greek words are repeatedly misspelled.  ...  The book is illustrated with the same diagrams which are used in lecture rooms, and the style is rather that of the speaker in the amphitheater than the author confined in his study.  ... 
doi:10.1093/monist/15.2.314 fatcat:cnd7ku4xyvan3eqaef5oyaonva

Hopf algebra and renormalization: A brief review [article]

Usman Naseer
2015 arXiv   pre-print
We briefly review the Hopf algebra structure arising in the renormalization of quantum field theories.  ...  We construct the Hopf algebra explicitly for a simple toy model and show how renormalization is achieved for this particular model.  ...  The proof is based on the standard induction argument on the length of the words X and Y .  ... 
arXiv:1505.04765v1 fatcat:3ohlbl7xqfbvrh2dgjeppza2fu

Reviews

N. W. BAWCUTT
1965 Notes and Queries  
The book is well illustrated and has diagrams which will help the general reader. B. W. BECKINGSALE. RICHARD BARNFIELD, COLIN’S CHILD, by Harry Morris.  ...  Morris, in other words, seems to waver between the more and the less favourable approach, and no clear indication of Barnfield’s real stature emerges. For the most part Mr.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/12-10-394b fatcat:yuslrsujonddra3p7w3mxkuddy
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