In their own words, many of the world's foremost mathematicians discuss the art and practice of their work in this book, which shines a light on some of the issues of mathematical creativity. It is neither a philosophical treatise nor the presentation of experimental results, but a compilation of reflections from topcalibre working mathematicians. This approach highlights the creative aspects of the field, illustrates the dramatic variation by individual, and hopes to express the vibrancy of creative minds at work. Organised alphabetically, this book is meant for a general audience and is best read by browsing. It can be used as a supplementary text in mathematics history and mathematics education courses.
About Peter B. Borwein
Peter Borwein is the founding Project Leader and currently an Executive CoDirector of The IRMACS Centre. He is a Burnaby Mountain Chair at Simon Fraser University and has been a professor in the Mathematics Department since 1993 when he moved from Dalhousie University. He is also an Adjunct Professor in Computing Science. His research interests span various aspects of mathematics and computer science, health and criminology modelling and visualization. Peter Liljedahl is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education in the Faculty of Education, an associate member in the Department of Mathematics, and codirector of the David Wheeler Institute for Research in Mathematics Education at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. His research interests are creativity, insight, and discovery in mathematics teaching and learning the role of the affective domain on the teaching and learning of mathematics the professional growth of mathematics teachers mathematical problem solving and numeracy. Helen Zhai graduated with a BSc in Mathematics and BEd from Simon Fraser University. She has received undergraduate NSERC grants, one of which initiated her collaboration with Peter Borwein and Peter Liljedahl in their work on creativity in mathematics teaching and learning.Details Book
Author  :  Peter B. Borwein 
Publisher  :  Mathematical Association of America 
Data Published  :  01 October 2015 
ISBN  :  0883855747 
EAN  :  9780883855744 
Format Book  :  PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT 
Number of Pages  :  215 pages 
Age +  :  15 years 
Language  :  English 
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