
Kosko, Bart: "Fuzzy Thinking". Hyperion, 1993. A great book, starting from a philosophical point of view and going into all the different sciences.
Kosko, Bart: "Heaven in a Chip". Three Rivers Press, 1999. How would our world look if fuzzy thinking was more spread in our daily life. Not so easy to read, but it gives you a lot to think about. The mathematical parts are in the back of the book and are not important to understand his ideas.
Mukaidono, Masao: "Fuzzy Logic for Beginners". Singapore: World Scientific, 2001. The title speaks for itself. A good start, but not very exciting.
Gay, David: "Geometry by Discovery". University of Arizona, 1999. A great book which makes you discover geometry by yourself. It helps you acquire techniques to solve a problem by simpifying it and then going on step by step until you are at the original problem.
Dunham, Wiliam:"The Mathematical Universe". John Wiley & Sons, Inc 1994.
Hibner Koblitz, Ann: "A convergence of lives: Sofia Kovalevskaia: ScientistWriterRevolutionary". Birkhäuser, 1983.
The Art of Renaissance Science: Galileo and Perspective www.crs4.it/Ars/arshtml/arstoc.html Well written and informative page with good examples of Renaissance paintings.
Biography with lots of pictures.
If you want to know more about Newtons life and works. www.topbiography.com/0016Isaac%20Newton cyberistan.org/islamic/newton1.html
About the Pythagorean triplets. www.faust.fr.bw.schule.de/mhb/pythagen.html
A nice applet:
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Guide on Mandelbrot Set:
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