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*>Date: Wed, 23 Jun 1999 11:57:48 -0500
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*>From: David Holladay <davidh@BRAILLEPLANET.ORG>
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*>Subject: Math and Computer Science Books in Braille -- FREE
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*> Math and Computer Science Books in Braille -- FREE
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*>
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*> Caryn Navy and David Holladay were given a large collection of
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*>braille books from Abraham Nemeth, the inventor of the Nemeth Braille Code
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*>for mathematics and science. We are moving soon, and we would like to give
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*>away this collection of braille books to those who can use them.
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*> We are offering these books on a first come, first served basis AT NO
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*>CHARGE. We will ask you to sign a paper saying you will:
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*>
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*>1. store the book(s) safely (i.e. not in a basement or garage where
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*> they may get damaged).
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*>2. Use the book(s) yourself, or your organization.
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*>3. If you find yourself not using the book(s), kindly find someone
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*> else who will accept them on similar terms.
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*>
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*> In this round, we will accept requests for up to 5 braille books. In
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*>September, we will entertain requests for larger number of books.
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*> So here is how it works. Look through this list. Find the books you
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*>608-257-8833 (day), 608-241-2498 (night), or 608-257-4143 (fax) and list
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*>your choices. Be aware that someone else may have been faster than you, so
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*>you might not get your choice(s). We get back to you with a simple form
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*>asking you to care for these books and to pass them on to others on a
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*>similar basis. Once we have your form, we mail you your books free matter
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*>for the blind.
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*> If you want, we can answer some questions (copyright date, length of
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*>shelf space needed, corrected author's names, etc.).
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*> If you are able to re-post this on other list-serves or pass this
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*>information out to others, we would appreciate it.
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*>
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*> Mathematics Books
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*>
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*>A Survey of Modern Algebra -- Borkhoff and MacLane -- 11 volumes
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*>Advanced Calculus 2nd edition -- Buck -- 13 volumes
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*>An Introduction to Transformational Geometry -- 5 volumes
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*>College Calculus -- Protter and Morley -- 15 volumes
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*>Complex Analysis -- Ahffors -- 6 volumes
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*>Computational Methods of Linear Algebra -- Bensler -- 5 volumes
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*>Differential Equations 2nd edition -- Agnew -- 12 volumes
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*>Elementary Differential Equations -- Boyce and Diprima -- 13 volumes
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*>First Course in Mathematical Logic -- Suppes and Hill -- 7 volumes
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*>First Order Mathematical Logic -- Margaries -- 6 volumes
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*>Five place common logs -- 1 volume
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*>Five place tables of Trigonometry and Logarithms -- 2 volumes
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*>Foundations of Combinatorial Topology -- Pontryagin -- 6 volumes
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*>Fourier Series -- Hardy and Rogosinski -- 2 volumes
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*>Fourier Series and Orthogonal Polynomials -- Dunham and Jackson -- 4
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*> volumes
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*>Functions of a Complex Variable -- Eyes -- 5 volumes
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*>General Topology -- Kelly -- 7 volumes
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*>Homology -- McLane -- 17 volumes
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*>Introduction to Combinatorial Mathematics -- Liu -- 15 volumes
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*>Introduction to Math Statistics -- Hoel -- 8 volumes
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*>Introduction to Modern Algebra -- McCoy -- 7 volumes
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*>Introduction to Number Theory -- Magel -- 5 volumes
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*>Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations -- Ross 7 volumes
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*>Linear Algebra -- Lang -- 14 volumes
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*>Methods of Real Analysis -- Goldberg -- 10 volumes
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*>Modern Algebra -- Von der Waerdan -- 5 volumes
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*>Modern Mathematical Analysis -- Protter and Morley -- 23 volumes
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*>NBC math tables -- 1 volume
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*>Number Theory -- Barnet -- 4 volumes
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*>Principles of Mathematical Analysis -- Rudin -- 4 volumes
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*>Studies in Modern Algebra -- edited by Alpert -- 4 volumes
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*>Tables of Integrals from Calculus by Britton -- 1 volume
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*>Theory of Functions -- Knopp -- 7 volumes
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*>Theory of Functions of a Real Variable, group 1 -- Matason -- 7
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*> volumes
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*>Theory of Functions of a Real Variable, group 2 -- Matason -- 5
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*> volumes
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*>Topics in Algebra -- Herstein 14 volumes
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*>
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*> Computer Science
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*>
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*>A Compiler Generator -- KcKeeman, Horning and Wortman -- 15 volumes
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*>An Introduction to Computer Science -- Tremblay and Bunt -- 20 volumes
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*>An Introduction to Computer Science, Instructor's Manual -- Tremblay
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*> and Bunt -- 8 volumes
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*>Art of Computer Programming vol. 1: Fundamental Algorithms -- 22
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*> volumes
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*>Art of Computer Programming vol. 2: Semi-numeral Algorithms -- 22
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*> volumes
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*>Art of Computer Programming vol. 3: Searching and Sorting -- 27
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*> volumes
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*>Compiler Construction for Digital Computers -- Gries -- 14 volumes
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*>Computation: Finite and Infinite Machines -- Minsky -- 11 volumes
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*>Computer Programming and Computer Systems -- Hasitt -- 5 volumes
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*>Computers and Computer Science, a First Course -- Sterling and Pollack
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*> -- 13 volumes
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*>Information Systems Data Processing and Evaluation -- Dippel and House
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*> -- 12 volumes
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*>Introduction to Automata -- Nelson -- 11 volumes
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*>Introduction to Computer Science -- Gear -- 8 volumes
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*>Introduction to the Theory of Computation -- Engler -- 6 volumes
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*>Mathematical Methods for Digital Computers -- Ralston and Wilf -- 7
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*> volumes
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*>Systems Programming -- Donovan -- 13 volumes
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*>Systems Programming Instructor's Manual -- Donovan -- 3 volumes
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*>
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Lloyd Rasmussen, Senior Staff Engineer

National Library Service f/t Blind and Physically Handicapped

Library of Congress (202) 707-0535 <lras@loc.gov>

<http://www.loc.gov/nls/>

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