11/13/2007, 01:21 AM

I was wondering, since we are accumulating a lot of standards, tables, formulas, equations, and so on, whether we should collectively make a Mathematical Tables and Formulae like document? It would be so that it gives you just what you need since you already learned it before. Not an overly verbose introduction, just a reference for those formulas that you tend to forget after while... It certainly should not include new ideas or theories and the like, or open questions. Only things that have been around a while like the infinite exponential or Bell matrices, or things that have been proven.

I have such a document started, and anyone who would like to suggest or recommend parts or contribute to it, would be most welcome, and we will all be credited of course. I have two formats for viewing:

Tables and Formulae - TeX source

Tables and Formulae - PDF output

Let me know what you think so far, what order you think sections should be in, and whether or not you think this is a good idea.

Andrew Robbins

I have such a document started, and anyone who would like to suggest or recommend parts or contribute to it, would be most welcome, and we will all be credited of course. I have two formats for viewing:

Tables and Formulae - TeX source

Tables and Formulae - PDF output

Let me know what you think so far, what order you think sections should be in, and whether or not you think this is a good idea.

Andrew Robbins