| Committed to the highest standards of scholarship and to its widespread dissemination, Princeton University Press publishes a continuing series of paperback books in math and physics written by some of the world’s finest scientists on topics of lasting importance. These books will become indispensable additions to the personal libraries of advanced students, teaching faculty, and professional physicists and mathematicians. Go to Listing by Date | Go to Listing by Author | Princeton Legacy Library by Subject/Date Algebraic Theory of Numbers. (AM-1) Hermann Weyl
Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics A. R. Edmonds
The Classical Groups: Their Invariants and Representations Hermann Weyl
Continuous Geometry John von Neumann - Foreword by: Israel Halperin
Convex Analysis Ralph Tyrell Rockafellar
Dynamic Programming Richard E. Bellman
Flows in Networks L. R. Ford Jr., D. R. Fulkerson - Foreword by: Robert G. Bland, James B. Orlin
General Theory of Relativity P. A.M. Dirac
Homological Algebra (PMS-19) Henry Cartan, Samuel Eilenberg
Introduction to Mathematical Logic (PMS-13) Alonzo Church
Linear Programming and Extensions George Dantzig
Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics John von Neumann
Mathematical Methods of Statistics (PMS-9) Harald Cramér
Non-standard Analysis Abraham Robinson
Operator Techniques in Atomic Spectroscopy Brian R. Judd
PCT, Spin and Statistics, and All That Raymond F. Streater, Arthur S. Wightman
Representation Theory of Semisimple Groups: An Overview Based on Examples (PMS-36) Anthony W. Knapp
Riemannian Geometry Luther Pfahler Eisenhart
Stable and Random Motions in Dynamical Systems: With Special Emphasis on Celestial Mechanics (AM-77) Jurgen Moser
Theory of Lie Groups (PMS-8) Claude Chevalley
Topology from the Differentiable Viewpoint John Milnor
The Topology of Fibre Bundles. (PMS-14) Norman Steenrod
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