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1Title:  Why the effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences is not surprising   
 Creator:  Suppes, Patrick, 1922- 
 Publication:  London, Eng, 2011. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  p. [244]-254. ; 25 cm. 
 Subjects:  Natural sciences | Applied mathematics

Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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2Title:  Proposal and analysis of a new numerical method for the treatment of hydrodynamical shock problems   
 Creator:  Von Neumann, John, 1903-1957 | Goldstine, Herman H. (Herman Heine), 1913-2004 | Institute for Advanced Study Applied Mathematics Group. | U.S. Office of Scientific Research and Development Applied Mathematics Panel. 
 Publication:  Applied Mathematics Group, Institute for Advanced Study, Place of publication not identified], 1944. 
 Notes:  APS Library copy presented by Herman H. Goldstine, May 1995. 
 Extent:  30 pages : illustrations. 
 Subjects:  Applied mathematics | Entropy | Hydrodynamics

Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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3Title:  David Allen Park collection of lectures and lecture notes, 1940-1952   
 Creator:  Park, David Allen, 1919- | Aiken, Howard H. (Howard Hathaway), 1900-1973 | Blatt, John Markus. | Chang, William S. C. (William Shen-chie), 1931- | Dyson, Freeman J. | Feynman, Richard P. (Richard Phillips), 1918-1988 | Fuchs, Morton. | Pais, Abraham, 1918-2000- | Riddell, R. J., Jr. | Schwinger, Julian Seymour, 1918- 
 Notes:  These notebooks collected by David Allen Park contain copies of lectures and lecture notes from the University of Michigan, Summer Symposium (1947-1950), as well as lectures and lecture notes collected from other various institutions. Professors include: Howard Aiken, Freeman J. Dyson, Julien Schwinger, Abraham Pais, and Richard P. Feynman. The lecture notes are composed by David Park, Morton Fuchs, R.J. Riddell Jr., John M. Blatt and W.S.C. Chang. Lecture topics cover undergraduate atomic physics, quantum theory and applied mathematics. 
 Extent:  0.5 (1 10 
 Subjects:  Applied mathematics | Quantum theory | Lecture notes | Notebooks

Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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4Title:  Explaining the applicability of mathematics in science   
 Creator:  Baker, Alan. 
 Publication:  London, Eng, 2011. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  p. [255]-267. ; 25 cm. 
 Subjects:  Applied mathematics | Wigner, Eugene Paul, -- 1902-

Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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5Title:  Methods for the determination of flow patterns of a compressible fluid around closed contours   
 Creator:  Bergman, Stefan, 1898-1977 | Goldstine, Herman H. (Herman Heine), 1913-2004 | Brown University Division of Applied Mathematics. | United States National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. 
 Publication:  Providence], 1946. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (leaf 31). 
 Extent:  volumes 31 leaves diagrams 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Compressible flow | Applied mathematics | Boundary value problems

Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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6Title:  Trassunto ò sia superficiale idea di tutte quelle mattematiche cognizioni, nella quale istruito esser doverebe un officialle, diviso in discorsi sei ... il tutto estratto dalle massime di diversi celebri autori, antichi e moderni, dal' Capitan Teodoro Mauromatti, e consacrato al merito sempre grande di S. Ezzelenza il Sig[no]r M. Antonio Diedo   
 Creator:  Mauromatti, Teodoro. | Phillipps, ThomasSir, 1792-1872 
 Publication:  Corfu, 1749] 
 Notes:  Ms. codex. Handbook on fortifications, artillery and mathematical information necessary to army officers. Title and attribution from title page (f. i recto). Incipit (f. 1r): Negar non si può, che l'Aritmeticha non sia una parte delle Matematiche la più estesa ... Foliation: Paper, i (contemporary paper) + 20 + i (contemporary paper); [iv], 1-16; contemporary foliation in ink, modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto. Script: Written in a single cursive hand. Four folios (f. 10, 12, 14-15) are folded. These all contain illustrations. Decoration: Numerous mathematical figures and drawings of fortifications including four illustrated foldouts (f. 6r, 8r, 10r, 11v). Binding: Contemporary parchment. Boards badly warped. Parchment peeling away from upper board; front pastedown pulled loose, back pastedown coming loose. Origin: Written in Corfu, 1749 (f. i recto). Bookseller's description (Jacques Rosenthal) on file in the Library. 
 Extent:  20 leaves : paper, ill. ; 282 x 210 (229 x 146) mm. bound to 289 x 217 mm. 
 Subjects:  Applied mathematics | Military engineering -- Mathematics | Siege warfare | Codices | Diagrams | Manuscripts, Italian -- 18th century | Manuscripts, European

Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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7Title:  Warren Weaver papers   
 Creator:  Weaver, Warren 
 Publication:  Rockefeller Archive Center 1912-1978 
 Extent:  32 Cubic Feet 
 Subjects:  Administration | Agricultural administration | Alfred P. Sloan Foundation | Applied mathematics | Distribution (Probability theory) | Education | Mass Communications | Mathematical statistics | Mathematics | Mathematics -- Study and teaching | Rockefeller Foundation | Science -- Physical and Mathematics | Sloan Kettering Institute | Weaver, Warren

Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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8Title:  Oral history interview with Ralph Gomory, 2010 July 19   
 Creator:  Gomory, Ralph E. | Thomas, G. William (Gerald William) 
 Notes:  Advance notice of two business days required to use audiovisual materials. Interview conducted by William Thomas on 19 July 2010. Part of the Physicists in Industry project and Life History series of interviews. This interview covers Ralph Gomory's family and upbringing, undergraduate education at Williams College, and graduate education in mathematics at Princeton University under Solomon Lefschetz. There is discussion of Gomory's time serving in the Navy, working at the Office of Naval Research, and exposure to operations research. The interview then turns to Gomory's return to Princeton, and his work on integer programming, and subsequent hiring by IBM. The interview covers Gomory's time as part of the Mathematics Department with Herman Goldstine and Benoit Mandelbrot, and under Director of Research Emanuel Piore, and also Gomory's own tenure as Director of Research from 1970 to 1989. There is some discussion of the staff he oversaw in this position, and some challenges faced by IBM Research in this period, as well as about his public writing on subjects such as the Japanese challenge to American economic productivity. 
 Extent:  52 
 Subjects:  Goldstine, Herman H. -- (Herman Heine), -- 1913-2004 | Gomory, Ralph E | Lefschetz, Solomon, -- 1884-1972 | Mandelbrot, Benoit B | Piore, Emanuel Ruben, -- 1908-2000 | International Business Machines Corporation | Princeton University | United States. -- Navy | United States. -- Office of Naval Research | Williams College | Applied mathematics | Management | Science and industry | Interviews | Oral histories | Transcripts

Collection:  American Institute of Physics 
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