The Question : 111 people think this question is useful What are some of the best books on graph theory, particularly directed towards an upper division undergraduate student who has taken most the standard undergraduate courses? I’m learning graph theory as part of a combinatorics course, and would like to look deeper into it on

The Question : 120 people think this question is useful I am a graduate student of math right now but I was not able to get a topology subject in my undergrad… I just would like to know if you guys know the best one.. The Question Comments : I’m not sure if there’s such

The Question : 136 people think this question is useful Perhaps this is a repeat question — let me know if it is — but I am interested in knowing the best of Dover mathematics books. The reason is because Dover books are very cheap and most other books are not: For example, while something

The Question : 145 people think this question is useful Does anyone have a recommendation for a book to use for the self study of real analysis? Several years ago when I completed about half a semester of Real Analysis I, the instructor used “Introduction to Analysis” by Gaughan. While it’s a good book, I’m

The Question : 171 people think this question is useful I’m out of college, and trying to self-learn complex analysis. I’m finding Ahlfors’ text difficult. Any recommendations? I’m probably at an intermediate sophistication level for an undergrad. (Bonus points if the text has a section on the Riemann Zeta function and the Prime Number Theorem.)

The Question : 180 people think this question is useful I have a hazy notion of some stuff in differential geometry and a better, but still not quite rigorous understanding of basics of differential topology. I have decided to fix this lacuna once for all. Unfortunately I cannot attend a course right now. I must

The Question : 192 people think this question is useful Books on Number Theory for anyone who loves Mathematics?(Beginner to Advanced & just for someone who has a basic grasp of math) The Question Comments : @Prasoon: It’s from Math Overflow: it means that there isn’t one right answer your your question, but instead you

The Question : 193 people think this question is useful What are the best books and lecture notes on category theory? The Question Comments : Community wiki? I can give you an “anti-recommendation”: don’t get Cameron’s “Sets, Logic and Categories”. While it’s a nice short introduction to some set theory and logic, the final chapter