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1. InterLibrary Loan: Let us get it for you! Use your NetID to set up your account in the InterLibrary Loan system.

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- Mailing a physical book from another library 10-12 business days.

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- Come get your TexShare Card in-person at the Alkek Library first, then drive to almost any other library in Texas to check out your needed materials.
- We recommend calling the other library to make sure the item is there before you go, and ask to make sure what your privileges are as a TexShare cardholder.

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Taking a Math class after a break of a semester or more? Brush up on your concepts with these great eBooks:

- Handbook of MathematicsThis handbook provides a good overview of Mathematics organized by subject skills. Use it to brush up on the prerequisite skills for your course.

- Library CatalogFirst check the library's catalog for your title.
- SpringerLinkWe have over ten thousand Mathematics titles (and hundreds of thousands of journal articles) in SpringerLink. Browse or search here.

Some selected new titles in Mathematics follow. See the full list of new titles.

If you have a request for purchase in Mathematics, please submit it to the library.

- Lecture Notes on Generalized Heegaard Splittings by Martin Scharlemann; Jennifer Schultens; Toshio SaitoCall Number: QA613.2 .S33 2016ISBN: 9813109114Publication Date: 2016-05-01This book is part of the series of three books arise from lectures organized by Hitoshi Murakami at RIMS, Kyoto University in the summer of 2001. The lecture series was aimed at a broad audience that included many graduate students. Its purpose lay in familiarizing the audience with the basics of 3-manifold theory and introducing some topics of current research.
- Concepts of Proof in Mathematics, Philosophy, and Computer Science by Dieter Probst (Editor); Peter Schuster (Editor)ISBN: 9781501510809This book provides the reader with research arising from the Humboldt-Kolleg Proof; held in Bern in fall 2013, which gathered leading experts actively involved with the concept proof; in philosophy, mathematics and computer science.
- Hidden Figures by Margot Lee ShetterlyCall Number: QA27.5 .L44 2016ISBN: 9780062363596The phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA at the leading edge of the feminist and civil rights movement, whose calculations helped fuel some of America's greatest achievements in space;a powerful, revelatory contribution that is as essential to our understanding of race, discrimination, and achievement in modern America as Between the World and Me and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Soon to be a major motion picture.
- Representations of Solvable Groups by Olaf Manz; Thomas R. Wolf; J. W. S. Cassels (Contribution by); N. J. Hitchin (Contribution by)ISBN: 0521397391Representation theory plays an important role in algebra, and in this book Manz and Wolf concentrate on that part of the theory which relates to solvable groups.
- Seminar on Atiyah-Singer Index Theorem. (AM-57) by Richard S. Palais (Editor)ISBN: 9781400882045Revised notes from the "Seminar on Atiyah-Singer Index Theorem. (AM-57)" 1963-1964.
- Single Digits by Marc ChamberlandCall Number: QA300 .C4412 2015ISBN: 9780691161143In Single Digits, Marc Chamberland takes readers on a fascinating exploration of small numbers, from one to nine, looking at their history, applications, and connections to various areas of mathematics, including number theory, geometry, chaos theory, numerical analysis, and mathematical physics.
- Introduction to Tropical Geometry by Diane Maclagan; Bernd SturmfelsISBN: 9780821851982Tropical geometry is a combinatorial shadow of algebraic geometry, offering new polyhedral tools to compute invariants of algebraic varieties. It is based on tropical algebra, where the sum of two numbers is their minimum and the product is their sum. Tropical geometry is a young subject that has undergone a rapid development since the beginning of the 21st century.

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