30 January 1948 intervened. But thanks primarily to Rajendra Prasad and Vinoba Bhave, the proposed conference did take place, after a slight deferment, in March 1948.
Without the Mahatma, the meeting acquired a new theme: 'Gandhi is Gone. Who Will Guide Us Now?' The record of discussions at the conference were typed out for limited circulation amongst the participants.
The deliberations were(less)
Algebra: 1. Products of ideals with linear resolution/A.
Some results on affine fibrations/A.K.
Koszul algebras and modules/Jurgen Herzog. 4.
Local cohomology modules of bigraded rees algebras/A.V.
Jayanthan and J.K.
Quadratic forms over complete local rings/Manuel Ojanguren and Raman Parimala. 6.
Representations of rank two Affine Hecke algebras/Arun Ram. 7.
Gorenstein sequences/Hema Srinivasan. 8.
The u-invariant of the function fields of p-adic curves/V. Suresh.
II. Geometry: 9.
Geometry and Galois theory/S.S.
Semistable principal bundles/V. Balaji.
11. Ramification of valuations and singularities/S.
12. Homogeneous rings associated to finite morphisms/F.
J. Gallego and B.
13. On Mumford’s result and related question/R.
14. Complete intersection of certain monomial curves/A.
K. Maloo and I.
Vector bundles on projective spaces/N. Mohan Kumar.
16. Nef and big vector bundles/D.
III. Noncommutative geometry: 17.
The rings of noncommutative projective geometry/D.S.
Computational geometry: 18. An exterior view(less)
The teaching of Algebra and geometry. 2.
College preparatory courses in the junior college. 3.
Linear Algebra. 4.
Analytic geometry. 5.
Geometry in the secondary school. 6.
Some special aspects of demonstrative geometry. Index.
"A systematic procedure for attacking problems is essential for effectiveness in teaching algebra and geometry so that pupils may acquaint themselves with comprehensive knowledge of subject matter and deductive reasoning and develop habits of careful thinking, observing, comparing and problem-solving to discover new ideas, statements, truths, concepts and theorems. Therefore, in order to be effective and successful, teachers have to become well aware of these techniques.
"A Textbook of Algebra and Geometry" brings to the fore each and every aspect, concept, technique, theorem and principle of algebra and geometry to make the subject teachers successful. In this endeavour the book delves deep into basic needs and aims, course content, problem-solving, various types of equations, preparatory course, graphs, linear(less)
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Vector analysis: I. Multiple product of vectors.
2. Vector differentiation.
3. Differential operators (gradient, divergence and curl).
4. Vector integration (Gauss's, Green's and Stoke's theorems).
II. Analytical geometry of two dimensions: 1.
Systems of conics. 2.
Confocal conics : double contact. 3.
Polar equations of conics. III.
Analytical geometry of three dimensions: 1. The coordinates, direction cosines and projections.
2. The plane.
3. Straight line.
5. The cone and cylinder.
6. Central conicoids.
"This book offers a concise yet thorough presentation of Vector Analysis and Geometry theory and application. The book is divided into three parts i.
e. Vector Analysis; Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions and Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions.
The material is reinforced with numerous examples to illustrate principles and imaginative, well-illustrated problems of varying degrees of difficulty. The method of presentation of the text is as such that it emphasizes the development of computational skills and(less)
1. Field study of mushrooms and other fungi.
2. Conditions under which mushrooms grow and thrive.
3. Forest types, with reference to distribution of the higher fungi.
4. How to collect, study, and prepare mushrooms for the herbarium.
5. Life history and general characteristics of mushrooms.
6. Economic importance of fungi.
7. Common edible mushrooms.
8. Growing mushrooms.
8. Poisonous mushrooms ("toadstools").
9. The wood-destroying fungi.
10. The literature on mushrooms and their allies.
11. Systematic account of selected larger fungi.
12. Names of the principal authors of fungus species.
Bibliography. Glossary of technical terms.
Appendix: Nomenclatural changes. Index.
From the Preface: "Prepared as an interpretive source of information for students, farmers, researchers and other in the horticultural fields, this book is concerned (both experienced and beginning) about all the information he is likely to need on mushrooms; their botanical position, mode of growth, structure, physiology, habitat and ecology, economic(less)
Analytical geometry of two dimensions: 1. Confocal conics: double contact.
2. Polar equations.
II. Analytical geometry of three dimensions: 1.
The coordinates, direction cosines and projections. 2.
The plane. 3.
Straight line. 4.
The cone and cylinder. III.
Vector analysis: 1. Multiple product of vectors.
2. Vector differentiation.
3. Differential operations (gradient, divergence and curl).
4. Vector integration.
The subject matter has been presented in such a way that it is easily accessible to students. All important propositions have been illustrated by a large number of solved examples and exercises.
Most of the examples have been taken from the examination papers of several universities. The method of presentation is very clear and lucid, which can be easily followed by the students.
The contents conform to the specified syllabi and are so structured as to enable the student to move easily from the fundamental to the complex. This book will be(less)
Manifolds and Lie Groups 3. Tensor Analysis 4.
Integration 5. Riemannian Geometry.
Bibliography. List of Symbols.
Index. Starting with a review of geometric ideas in Differential Calculus, the book leads the reader gently to a thorough study of the basic theory of differential manifolds and Lie groups, and ends with an introduction to Riemannian Geometry.
The book is written in a conversational tone and is ideal for self-study. All the concepts are well-motivated and explained with concrete examples.
The reader will find that Lie groups are used as thematic examples, so that when he finishes the theory of differential manifolds, he has learnt all basic results of the theory of Lie groups except Cartan’s theorem. The proof of Frobenius theorem, the geometric interpretation of the Lie bracket, the constant reconciliation of the modern view point with the classical approach, especially in tensor analysis, and the illustration of all concepts in(less)
But thanks primarily to Rajendra Prasad and Vinoba Bhave, the proposed conference did take place, after a slight deferment, in March 1948. Without the Mahatma, the meeting acquired a new theme: 'Gandhi is Gone.
Who Will Guide Us Now?' The record of discussions at the conference were typed out for limited circulation amongst the participants. The deliberations were largely in Hindustani, with(less)
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