The Mathematician'S Brain (eBook)
A Personal Tour Through The Essentials Of Mathematics And Some Of The Great Minds Behind Them
de David Ruelle
Sobre o livro
British mathematician Alan Turing, credited with cracking the German Enigma code during World War II, he died in 1954 after eating a cyanide-laced apple - his death was ruled a suicide. This book reveals the author's personal reflections on Turing and other fellow mathematicians.