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Graduate texts in mathematics

duplicates = multiple editions

A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory, Kenneth Ireland Michael Rosen

A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory, Kenneth Ireland Michael Rosen

A Course in Arithmetic, Jean-Pierre Serre

A Course in Computational Algebraic Number Theory, Henri Cohen

A Course in Differential Geometry, Wilhelm Klingenberg

A Course in Functional Analysis, John B. Conway

A Course in Homological Algebra, P. J. Hilton U. Stammbach

A Course in Homological Algebra, Peter J. Hilton Urs Stammbach

A Course in Mathematical Logic, Yu. I. Manin

A Course in Number Theory and Cryptography, Neal Koblitz

A Course in Number Theory and Cryptography, Neal Koblitz

A Course in Simple-Homotopy Theory, Marshall M. Cohen

A Course in p-adic Analysis, Alain M. Robert

A Course in the Theory of Groups, Derek J. S. Robinson

A Course in the Theory of Groups, Derek J. S. Robinson

A Course on Borel Sets, S. M. Srivastava

A Course on Borel Sets, S. M. Srivastava

A First Course in Noncommutative Rings, T. Y. Lam

A First Course in Noncommutative Rings, T. Y. Lam

A Hilbert Space Problem Book, P. R. Halmos

A Hilbert Space Problem Book, Paul R. Halmos

A Short Course on Spectral Theory, William Arveson

Additive Number Theory, Melvyn B. Nathanson

Advanced Linear Algebra, Steven Roman

Advanced Mathematical Analysis, Richard Beals

Advanced Topics in Computational Number Theory, Henri Cohen

Advanced Topics in the Arithmetic of Elliptic Curves, Joseph H. Silverman

Algebra, Serge Lang

Algebra, Thomas W. Hungerford

Algebra, William A. Adkins Steven H. Weintraub

Algebraic Functions and Projective Curves, David M. Goldschmidt

Algebraic Geometry, Joe Harris

Algebraic Geometry, Robin Hartshorne

Algebraic Graph Theory, Chris Godsil Gordon Royle

Algebraic Groups and Class Fields, Jean-Pierre Serre

Algebraic K-Theory and Its Applications, Jonathan Rosenberg

Algebraic Number Theory, Serge Lang

Algebraic Number Theory, Serge Lang

Algebraic Theories, Ernest G. Manes

Algebraic Topology, William Fulton

An Algebraic Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Donald W. Barnes John M. Mack

An Introduction to Algebraic Topology, Joseph J. Rotman

An Introduction to Analysis, Arlen Brown Carl Pearcy

An Introduction to Banach Space Theory, Robert E. Megginson

An Introduction to Convex Polytopes, Arne Brondsted

An Introduction to Knot Theory, W. B. Raymond Lickorish

An Introduction to Riemann-Finsler Geometry, D. Bao S.-S. Chern Z. Shen

An Introduction to the Theory of Groups, Joseph J. Rotman

An Invitation to C*-Algebras, William Arveson

Analysis Now, Gert K. Pedersen

Analysis for Applied Mathematics, Ward Cheney

Analytic Number Theory, Donald J. Newman

Applications of Lie Groups to Differential Equations, Peter J. Olver

Associative Algebras, Richard S. Pierce

Axiomatic Set Theory, Gaisi Takeuti Wilson M. Zaring

Banach Algebra Techniques in Operator Theory, Ronald G. Douglas

Banach Algebras and Several Complex Variables, John Wermer

Basic Homological Algebra, M. Scott Osborne

Basic Theory of Algebraic Groups and Lie Algebras, Gerhard P. Hochschild

Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus, Ioannis Karatzas Steven E. Shreve

Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus, Ioannis Karatzas Steven E. Shreve

Categories for the Working Mathematician, Saunders Mac Lane

Categories for the Working Mathematician, Saunders Mac Lane

Classical Descriptive Set Theory, Alexander S. Kechris

Classical Topics in Complex Function Theory, Reinhold Remmert

Classical Topology and Combinatorial Group Theory, Dr. John Stillwell

Classical Topology and Combinatorial Group Theory, John Stillwell

Cohomology of Groups, Kenneth S. Brown

Combinatorial Convexity and Algebraic Geometry, Gunter Ewald

Combinatorics with Emphasis on the Theory of Graphs, Jack E. Graver Mark E. Watkins

Commutative Algebra, David Eisenbud

Commutative Algebra, Oscar Zariski Pierre Samuel

Complex Analysis, Serge Lang

Complex Analysis, Serge Lang

Complex Analysis, Serge Lang

Complex Variables, Carlos A. Berenstein Roger Gay

Computability, Douglas S. Bridges

Convex Polytopes, Volker Kaibel Victor Klee Gunter M. Ziegler

Cyclotomic Fields I and II, Serge Lang

Cyclotomic Fields II, Serge Lang

Cyclotomic Fields, Dr. Serge Lang

Denumerable Markov Chains, John G. Kemeny J. Laurie Snell Anthony W. Knapp

Differential Analysis on Complex Manifolds, R. O. Wells Jr.

Differential Forms in Algebraic Topology, Raoul Bott Loring W. Tu

Differential Geometry: Manifolds, Curves, and Surfaces, Marcel Berger Bernard Gostiaux

Differential Topology, Morris W. Hirsch

Differential and Riemannian Manifolds, Serge Lang

Diophantine Geometry, Marc Hindry Joseph H. Silverman

Elementary Algebraic Geometry, Dr. Keith Kendig

Elementary Methods in Number Theory, Melvyn B. Nathanson

Elements of Functional Analysis, Francis Hirsch Gilles Lacombe

Elements of Homotopy Theory, George W. Whitehead Professor Emeritus

Elliptic Curves, Dale Husemoller

Elliptic Curves, Dale Husemoller

Elliptic Functions, Serge Lang

Fibre Bundles, Dale Husemoller

Fibre Bundles, Dale Husemoller

Field Theory, Steven Roman

Field and Galois Theory, Patrick Morandi

Finite Reflection Groups, L. C. Grove C. T. Benson

Foundations of Differentiable Manifolds and Lie Groups, Frank W. Warner

Foundations of Hyperbolic Manifolds, John G. Ratcliffe

Foundations of Real and Abstract Analysis, Douglas S. Bridges

Fourier Analysis and Its Applications, S. Axler F. W. Gehring K. A. Ribet

Fourier Analysis on Number Fields, Dinakar Ramakrishnan Robert J. Valenza

Fourier Series, R. E. Edwards

Fourier Series, R. E. Edwards

From Holomorphic Functions to Complex Manifolds, Klaus Fritzsche Hans Grauert

Functions of One Complex Variable I, John B. Conway

Functions of One Complex Variable II, John B. Conway

Functions of One Complex Variable, John B. Conway

Fundamentals of Differential Geometry, Serge Lang

Galois Theory, Jean-Pierre Escofier

General Relativity for Mathematicians, Dr. Rainer K. Sachs Dr. Hung-Hsi Wu

Geometric Functional Analysis and its Applications, Richard B. Holmes

Geometric Topology in Dimensions 2 and 3, Edwin E. Moise

Graph Theory, Bela Bollobas

Grobner Bases, Thomas Becker Volker Weispfenning

Groups and Representations, J. L. Alperin Rowen B. Bell

Harmonic Analysis on Semigroups, Christian Berg Jens Peter Reus Christensen Paul Ressel

Harmonic Function Theory, Sheldon Axler Paul Bourdon Wade Ramey

Harmonic Function Theory, Sheldon Axler Paul Bourdon Wade Ramey

Holomorphic Functions and Integral Representations in Several Complex Variables, R. Michael Range

Homology Theory, James W. Vick

Integration and Probability, Paul Malliavin

Introduction to Affine Group Schemes, William C. Waterhouse

Introduction to Algebraic and Abelian Functions, Serge Lang

Introduction to Axiomatic Set Theory, Gaisi Takeuti Wilson M. Zaring

Introduction to Axiomatic Set Theory, Gaisi Takeuti Wilson M. Zaring

Introduction to Coding Theory, J. H. van Lint

Introduction to Coding Theory, J. H. van Lint

Introduction to Coding Theory, J. H. van Lint

Introduction to Cyclotomic Fields, Lawrence C. Washington

Introduction to Cyclotomic Fields, Lawrence C. Washington

Introduction to Elliptic Curves and Modular Forms, Neal Koblitz

Introduction to Elliptic Curves and Modular Forms, Neal Koblitz

Introduction to Knot Theory, Richard H. Crowell Ralph H. Fox

Introduction to Lie Algebras and Representation Theory, James E. Humphreys

Introduction to Operator Theory I, Arlen Brown Carl Pearcy

Introduction to Smooth Manifolds, John M. Lee

Introduction to Topological Manifolds, John M. Lee

Lectures in Abstract Algebra I, Nathan Jacobson

Lectures in Abstract Algebra, Nathan Jacobson

Lectures in Abstract Algebra, Nathan Jacobson

Lectures on Discrete Geometry, Jiri Matousek

Lectures on Modules and Rings, T. Y. Lam

Lectures on Polytopes, Gunter M. Ziegler

Lectures on Riemann Surfaces, Otto Forster

Lectures on the Hyperreals, Robert Goldblatt

Lectures on the Theory of Algebraic Numbers, Erich Hecke

Lie Groups, Daniel Bump

Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, and Representations, Brian C. Hall

"Lie Groups, Lie Algebras and Their Representations"

Linear Algebra, Werner Greub

Linear Algebraic Groups, Armand Borel

Linear Algebraic Groups, James E. Humphreys

Linear Geometry, K. W. Gruenberg A. J. Weir

Linear Operators in Hilbert Spaces, Joachim Weidmann

Linear Representations of Finite Groups, Jean-Pierre Serre

Linear Topological Spaces, John L. Kelley Isaac Namioka W. F. Donoghue Jr. Kenneth R. Lucas B. J. Pettis Ebbe Thue Poulsen G. Baley Price Wendy Robertson W. R. Scott Kennan T. Smith

Local Fields, Jean-Pierre Serre

Mathematical Logic, J. Donald Monk

Mathematical Methods of Classical Mechanics, V. I. Arnold

Mathematical Methods of Classical Mechanics, V. I. Arnold

Matrices, Denis Serre

Matrix Analysis, Rajendra Bhatia

Measure Theory, J. L. Doob

Measure Theory, Paul R. Halmos

Measure and Category, John C. Oxtoby

Measure and Category, John C. Oxtoby

Measure and Integral, John L. Kelley T. P. Srinivasan

Metric Structures in Differential Geometry, Gerard Walschap

Model Theory, David Marker

Modern Geometry ? Methods and Applications, B. A. Dubrovin A. T. Fomenko S. P. Novikov

Modern Geometry? Methods and Applications, B. A. Dubrovin S. P. Novikov A. T. Fomenko

Modern Graph Theory, Bela Bollobas

Modular Functions and Dirichlet Series in Number Theory, Tom M. Apostol

Modular Functions and Dirichlet Series in Number Theory, Tom M. Apostol

Moduli of Curves, Joe Harris Ian Morrison

Multiplicative Number Theory, Harold Davenport

Noncommutative Algebra, Benson Farb R. Keith Dennis

Nonsmooth Analysis and Control Theory, F. H. Clarke Yu. S. Ledyaev R. J. Stern R. R. Wolenski

Number Theory in Function Fields, Michael Rosen

Numbers, Heinz-Dieter Ebbinghaus Hans Hermes Friedrich Hirzebruch Max Koecher Klaus Mainzer Jurgen Neukirch Alexander Prestel Reinhold Remmert

Numerical Analysis, Rainer Kress

One-Parameter Semigroups for Linear Evolution Equations, Klaus-Jochen Engel Rainer Nagel

Optima and Equilibria, Jean-Pierre Aubin

Ordinary Differential Equations, Wolfgang Walter

"p-adic Numbers, p-adic Analysis and Zeta-Functions"

Partial Differential Equations, Jeffrey Rauch

Partial Differential Equations, Jurgen Jost

Permutation Groups, John D. Dixon Brian Mortimer

Polynomials and Polynomial Inequalities, Peter Borwein Tamas Erdelyi

Principles of Random Walk, Frank Spitzer

Probability Theory I, M. Loeve

Probability Theory I, M. Loeve

Probability, A. N. Shiryaev

Probability, A. N. Shiryayev

Problems in Analytic Number Theory, M. Ram Murty

Quantum Groups, Christian Kassel

Random Processes, M. Rosenblatt

Rational Homotopy Theory, Yves Felix Stephen Halperin Jean-Claude Thomas

Real and Functional Analysis, Serge Lang

Representation Theory, William Fulton Joe Harris

Representations of Compact Lie Groups, Theodor Brocker Tammo tom Dieck

Riemann Surfaces, Hershel M. Farkas Irwin Kra

Riemann Surfaces, Hershel M. Farkas Irwin Kra

Riemannian Geometry, Peter Petersen

Riemannian Manifolds, John M. Lee

Rings and Categories of Modules, Frank W. Anderson Kent R. Fuller

Rings and Categories of Modules, Frank W. Anderson Kent R. Fuller

Sequences and Series in Banach Spaces, Joseph Diestel

Several Complex Variables and Banach Algebras, Herbert Alexander John Wermer

Several Complex Variables, H. Grauert K. Fritzsche

Sheaf Theory, Glen E. Bredon

Singular Homology Theory, William S. Massey

"SL2(R)", Serge Lang

Smooth Manifolds and Observables, Jet Nestruev

Stable Mappings and Their Singularities, Martin Golubitsky Victor Guillemin

Tensor Geometry, Christopher Terence John Dodson Timothy Poston

The Arithmetic of Elliptic Curves, Joseph H. Silverman

The Arithmetic of Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds, Colin Maclachlan Alan W. Reid

The Geometry of Discrete Groups, Alan F. Beardon

The Geometry of Schemes, David Eisenbud Joe Harris

The Symmetric Group, Bruce E. Sagan

Theory of Bergman Spaces, Haakan Hedenmalm Boris Korenblum Kehe Zhu

Theory of Complex Functions, Reinhold Remmert

Topological Vector Spaces, H. H. Schaefer M. P. Wolff

Topological Vector Spaces, Helmut H. Schaefer

Topology and Geometry, Glen E. Bredon

Univalent Functions and Teichmuller Spaces, Olli Lehto

Using Algebraic Geometry, David Cox John Little Donal O'Shea

Weakly Differentiable Functions, William P. Ziemer

Undergraduate texts in mathematics

duplicates = multiple editions

A Brief on Tensor Analysis, James G. Simmonds

A Brief on Tensor Analysis, James G. Simmonds

A Concrete Introduction to Higher Algebra, Lindsay Childs

A Concrete Introduction to Higher Algebra, Lindsay N. Childs

A Course in Modern Geometries, Judith N. Cederberg

A Course in Modern Geometries, Judith N. Cederberg

A First Course in Analysis, George Pedrick

A First Course in Calculus, Serge Lang

A First Course in Real Analysis, Sterling K. Berberian

A First Course in Real Analysis, Murray H. Protter Charles B. Morrey Jr.

A First Course in Real Analysis, M. H. Protter C. B. Morrey Jr.

A First Course in the Mathematical Foundations of Thermodynamics, David R. Owen

Algebra, L. E. Sigler

Algebra, L. E. Sigler

An Accompaniment to Higher Mathematics, George R. Exner

An Introduction to Difference Equations, Saber N. Elaydi

An Introduction to Difference Equations, Saber N. Elaydi

An Introduction to Probabilistic Modeling, Pierre Bremaud

An Introduction to Wavelets Through Linear Algebra, Michael W. Frazier

An Introduction to Wavelets Through Linear Algebra, Michael W. Frazier

Applied Abstract Algebra, Rudolf Lidl Gunter Pilz

Applied Abstract Algebra, Rudolf Lidl Gunter Pilz

Applied Partial Differential Equations, J. David Logan

Applied Partial Differential Equations, J. David Logan

Aspects of Calculus, Gabriel Klambauer

Basic Concepts of Algebraic Topology, Fred H. Croom

Basic Elements of Real Analysis, Murray H. Protter

Basic Topology, M. A. Armstrong

Beginning Functional Analysis, Karen Saxe

Calculus I, Jerrold Marsden Alan Weinstein

Calculus II, Jerrold Marsden Alan Weinstein

Calculus III, Jerrold Marsden Alan Weinstein

Calculus of Several Variables, Serge Lang

Calculus: A Liberal Art, William McGowen Priestley

Calculus: An Historical Approach, William McGowen Priestley

Combinatorial Optimization for Undergraduates, L. R. Foulds

Combinatorics and Graph Theory, John M. Harris Jeffry L. Hirst Michael J. Mossinghoff

Complex Analysis, Theodore W. Gamelin

Conics and Cubics, Robert Bix

Constructive Combinatorics, Dennis Stanton Dennis White

Counting: The Art of Enumerative Combinatorics, George E. Martin

Differential Equations, Clay C. Ross

Discrete Mathematics, L. Lovasz J. Pelikan K. Vesztergombi

Discrete Probability, Hugh Gordon

Dynamic Topology, Gordon Whyburn Edwin Duda

Elementary Analysis: The Theory of Calculus, Kenneth A. Ross

Elementary Probability Theory, Kai Lai Chung Farid Ait Sahlia

Elementary Probability Theory with Stochastic Processes, Kai Lai Chung

Elementary Probability Theory with Stochastic Processes, Kai Lai Chung

Elementary Probability Theory with Stochastic Processes, Kai Lai Chung

Elementary Stability and Bifurcation Theory, Gerard Iooss Daniel D. Joseph

Elementary Stability and Bifurcation Theory, Gerard Iooss Daniel D. Joseph

Elementary Topics in Differential Geometry, J. A. Thorpe

Elements of Algebra, John Stillwell

Elements of Number Theory, John Stillwell

Factorization and Primality Testing, David M. Bressoud

Finite-Dimensional Vector Spaces, Paul R. Halmos

From Fermat to Minkowski, Winfried Scharlau Hans Opolka

Functions of Several Variables, Wendell Fleming

General Topology, Jacques Dixmier

Geometric Constructions, George E. Martin

Geometry, Richard S. Millman George D. Parker

Geometry: Euclid and Beyond, Robin Hartshorne

Geometry: Plane and Fancy, David A. Singer

Glimpses of Algebra and Geometry, Gabor Toth

Groups and Symmetry, M. A. Armstrong

"Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms", David Cox John Little Donal O?Shea

"Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms", David Cox John Little Donal O?Shea

"Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms", David Cox John Little Donal O?Shea

Inside Calculus, George R. Exner

"Integers, Polynomials, and Rings", Ronald S. Irving

Intermediate Calculus, Murray H. Protter Charles B. Morrey Jr.

Intermediate Real Analysis, Emanuel Fischer

Introduction to Analytic Number Theory, Tom M. Apostol

Introduction to Analytic Number Theory, Tom M. Apostol

Introduction to College Mathematics with A Programming Language, Edward J. LeCuyer Jr.

Introduction to Cryptography, Johannes A. Buchmann

Introduction to Cryptography, Johannes A. Buchmann

Introduction to Linear Algebra, Serge Lang

Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Jerome Malitz

Introduction to Optimal Control Theory, Jack Macki Aaron Strauss

Introduction to the Mathematics of Finance, Steven Roman

Join Geometries, Walter Prenowitz James Jantosciak

Lecture Notes on Elementary Topology and Geometry, I. M. Singer J. A. Thorpe

Lectures on Boolean Algebras, Paul R. Halmos

Limits, Alan F. Beardon

Linear Algebra, Charles W. Curtis

Linear Algebra, Larry Smith

Linear Algebra, Larry Smith

Linear Algebra, Serge Lang

Linear Algebra, Robert J. Valenza

Linear Algebra, Klaus Janich

Linear Algebra, Larry Smith

Linear Algebra Through Geometry, Thomas Banchoff John Wermer

Linear Algebra Through Geometry, Thomas Banchoff John Wermer

Linear Programming and Its Applications, James K. Strayer

Mathematical Analysis, Andrew Browder

Mathematical Expeditions, Reinhard Laubenbacher David Pengelley

Mathematical Introduction to Linear Programming and Game Theory, Louis Brickman

Mathematical Logic, H.-D. Ebbinghaus J. Flum W. Thomas

Mathematical Reflections, Peter Hilton Derek Holton Jean Pedersen

Mathematical Vistas, Peter Hilton Derek Holton Jean Pedersen

Mathematics and Its History, John Stillwell

Mathematics and Its History, John Stillwell

Mathematics: A Concise History and Philosophy, W. S. Anglin

"Measure, Topology, and Fractal Geometry", Gerald A. Edgar

Methods of Mathematical Economics, Joel Franklin

Much Ado About Calculus, Robert L. Wilson

Naive Set Theory, Paul R. Halmos

Notes on Set Theory, Yiannis N. Moschovakis

Numbers and Geometry, John Stillwell

Numerical Mathematics, Gunther Hammerlin Karl-Heinz Hoffman

Optimization Techniques, L. R. Foulds

Practical Analysis in One Variable, Donald Estep

Primer of Modern Analysis, Kennan T. Smith

Rational Points on Elliptic Curves, Joseph H. Silverman John Tate

"Reading, Writing, and Proving", Ulrich Daepp Pamela Gorkin

Real Mathematical Analysis, Charles Chapman Pugh

"Rings, Fields, and Vector Spaces", B. A. Sethuraman

Second Year Calculus, David M. Bressoud

Short Calculus, Serge Lang

The Foundations of Geometry and the Non-Euclidean Plane, George E. Martin

The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, Benjamin Fine Gerhard Rosenberger

The Geometry of Spacetime, James J. Callahan

The Heritage of Thales, W. S. Anglin J. Lambek

The Joy of Sets, Keith Devlin

The Laplace Transform, Joel L. Schiff

The Lebesgue-Stieltjes Integral, M. Carter B. van Brunt

The Pleasures of Probability, Richard Isaac

Topics in the Theory of Numbers, Paul Erdos Janos Suranyi

Topological and Uniform Spaces, I. M. James

Topological Spaces, Gerard Buskes Arnoud van Rooij

Topology of Surfaces, L. Christine Kinsey

Transformation Geometry, George E. Martin

Undergraduate Algebra, Serge Lang

Undergraduate Algebra, Serge Lang

Undergraduate Analysis, Serge Lang

Undergraduate Analysis, Serge Lang

Understanding Analysis, Stephen Abbott

Variational Calculus and Optimal Control, John L. Troutman

Variational Calculus with Elementary Convexity, John L. Troutman

Vector Analysis, Klaus Janich

Why Math?, R. D. Driver

Graduate texts in physics

Fundamentals of Semiconductors, Professor Dr. Peter Y. Yu, Professor Dr., Dres. h.c. Manuel Cardona

Electroweak and Strong Interactions, An Introduction to Theoretical Particle Physics, Professor Dr. F. Scheck

Graduate texts in contemporary physics

duplicates = multiple editions

Clusters and Small Particles, Boris M. Smirnov

"Coherent States, Wavelets and Their Generalizations", Syed Twareque Ali Jean-Pierre Antoine Jean-Pierre Gazeau

Conformal Field Theory, Philippe Di Francesco Pierre Mathieu David Senechal

Electronic States and Optical Transitions in Semiconductor Heterostructures, Fedor T. Vasko Alex V. Kuznetsov

Elementary Lectures in Statistical Mechanics, George D. J. Phillies

"Geometry, Particles, and Fields", Bjorn Felsager

High Temperature Superconductivity, Jeffrey W. Lynn

Interacting Electrons and Quantum Magnetism, Assa Auerbach

Introduction to Statistical Physics, Silvio R. A. Salinas

Introduction to Superstrings, Michio Kaku

Introduction to Superstrings and M-Theory, Michio Kaku

Kinetic Theory, Richard L. Liboff

Laser Cooling and Trapping, Harold J. Metcalf Peter van der Straten

Mesoscopic Physics of Complex Materials, T. S. Chow

Modeling Complex Systems, Nino Boccara

Multiple Scattering in Solids, Antonios Gonis William H. Butler

Neutrinos, Professor Dr. Hans Volker Klapdor

Nuclei in the Cosmos, Professor Dr. Heinz Oberhummer

Physics of Atoms and Ions, Boris M. Smirnov

Physics of Critical Fluctuations, Yuli M. Ivanchenko Alexander A. Lisyansky

Quantum Mechanics, K. T. Hecht

Quantum Mechanics: Fundamentals, Kurt Gottfried Tung-Mow Yan

Quantum Physics, Roger G. Newton

Quantum Theory of Many-Body Systems, Alexandre M. Zagoskin

Spinors in Physics, Jean Hladik

"Strings, Conformal Fields, and M-Theory", Michio Kaku

"Strings, Conformal Fields, and Topology", Michio Kaku

Superconductor Electronics, Professor Dr. Ing. Johann H. Hinken

The Physics of Quantum Fields, Michael Stone

The Quantum Hall Effect, Richard E. Prange Steven M. Girvin

The Quantum Hall Effect, Richard E. Prange Steven M. Girvin

Unification and Supersymmetry, Rabindra N. Mohapatra

Unification and Supersymmetry, Rabindra N. Mohapatra

Unification and Supersymmetry, Rabindra N. Mohapatra

@vit-tucek

You can use regexp substitution to "unconcatenate" the authors. E.g. re.sub(r"([a-z])([A-Z])", "\1, \2", title)

@gheift
gheift commented Dec 28, 2015

fetch them all:

curl -L https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/c20ec05dc4669b93f16d0b5c5824615dea42a956/springer-free-maths-books.md | sed -e '/http/ ! d; s!.*\(http:.*pdf\).*!\1!' | while read uri; do curl -LO $uri; done

@bmikolaj

I seem to get unresolved host errors using your fetching method @gheift

@chaitanyav

@bmikolaj The command @gheift posted is working for me.

@OJFord
OJFord commented Dec 29, 2015

@bmikolaj Try editing URL to read ....md?raw=true and put it in quotes.

@zcourts
zcourts commented Dec 29, 2015

Edited @gheift's script to save the PDFs with the title from the gist.
curl -L https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/c20ec05dc4669b93f16d0b5c5824615dea42a956/springer-free-maths-books.md | grep --only-matching -E -e"\[(.*)?\]" -e"(http(s?):\/\/[^ \"\(\)\<\>]*)" | while read name; do read uri; name=$(echo $name | sed 's/\[\(.*\)\]/\1/g'); curl -L -o "$name.pdf" $uri; echo "$name -> $uri"; done; - my sed is a little rusty so not the most efficient but works.

EDIT
@freeboson's comment below is correct, this would overwrite the editions, that version works. Duplicated @freeboson's here, added some options to reduce output and parallelize the downloads, it was taking forever downloading sequentially. Also edited sed commands -r isn't available on Mac's sed

wget -qO- 'https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/c20ec05dc4669b93f16d0b5c5824615dea42a956/springer-free-maths-books.md' | grep '\.pdf' | grep --only-matching -E -e"[A-Z][^]]*" -e"http[^)]*" | while read title; do read url; title=$(echo "$title" | sed 's/,\([^ ]\)/, \1/g' | sed 's/\([^ A-Z(-]\)\([A-Z]\)/\1, \2/g' | tr -d '"'); n=1; fn="${title}.pdf"; while [[ -f $fn ]]; do fn="${title}.$((n++)).pdf"; done; wget "$url" -nc -c -q --show-progress -O "$fn" &; done

@GeePawHill

thanks for the info and thanks for the curl scripts!

@chrisdecorte

where/how do you run such a script?

@faluxbkk

Ditto, thanks for posting and thanks for the scripts.

Chris, in Terminal / Command prompt.

@jonathonfletcher
#!/usr/bin/python

import os, re
import requests

regexp = re.compile("\((http://[^\)]+)\)")
r = requests.get('https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/c20ec05dc4669b93f16d0b5c5824615dea42a956/springer-free-maths-books.md')
for line in map(lambda x: x.strip(), r.content.split(os.linesep)):
    match = regexp.search(line)
    if match:
        url = match.groups()[0]
        fname = url.split('/')[-1]
        print fname
        r = requests.get(url)
        if r is not None:
            with open(fname, 'w') as ofp:
                ofp.write(r.content)
@lleevveell66

@ChrisDecorte Which one? The one with "curl" in it assumes you are in a bash shell (bad idea), and the last one is a python script. You most likely would run these in *nix, but it's possible in Windopes, with a lot of effort.

@freeboson

@zcourts I think that will overwrite the titles with multiple editions, keeping the last one sorted by ISBN. Here is one where the pdf filenames are cleaner, and all editions are preserved as 1.pdf etc: wget -qO- 'https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/c20ec05dc4669b93f16d0b5c5824615dea42a956/springer-free-maths-books.md' | grep '\.pdf' | grep --only-matching -E -e"[A-Z][^]]*" -e"http[^)]*" | while read title; do read url; title=$(echo "$title" | sed -r 's/,([^ ])/, \1/g' | sed -r 's/([^ A-Z(-])([A-Z])/\1, \2/g' | tr -d '"'); n=1; fn="${title}.pdf"; while [[ -f $fn ]]; do fn="${title}.$((n++)).pdf"; done; wget "$url" -O "$fn"; done

@kevintanhongann

Used JDownloader to crawl the PDF URLs and fetched the PDF files.

@jdubba
jdubba commented Dec 29, 2015

PowerShell get script for windows folk:

(Invoke-WebRequest https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/c20ec05dc4669b93f16d0b5c5824615dea42a956/springer-free-maths-books.md).Content | Select-String -Pattern '\[(.*?)\]\((http.*?)\)' -AllMatches | % { $_.Matches } | % { Invoke-WebRequest $_.Groups[2].Value -OutFile (([char[]]($_.Groups[1].Value + '-ISBN-' + (Select-String -InputObject $_.Groups[2] -Pattern '[^/?#]*\.[^/?#]*(\?.*)?(\#.*)?$').Matches.Value) | ? { [IO.Path]::GetInvalidFileNameChars() -notcontains $_ }) -join '') }

@dasmithii

Check out this gist for a Golang batch downloader.

@bishboria
Owner

Updated to add undergraduate texts in mathematics

@bishboria
Owner

Updated to add Graduate texts in physics

@bishboria
Owner

Updated to add Graduate texts in contemporary physics. Plus a quick tidy up of author names

@mzmousa
mzmousa commented Dec 29, 2015

@jonathonfletcher Your python script was the only thing that worked for me, thanks!

@ambarpal

Since the gist has been updated, the link in the scripts need to be changed to https://gist.githubusercontent.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/0594f99c580c3befb924f3d36ab187c2da8f441b/springer-free-maths-books.md

@Unrepentant-Atheist

Can'T seem to get it working on my Win 7 Powershell: https://gist.github.com/Unrepentant-Atheist/175724c41eb2cc51fb65

@leprechaun

Despite it probably being copyright infringement, given these scripts are hammering servers somewhere, I feel posting a tarball somewhere would be more polite.

@AdolfVonKleist

It looks like there is really a tremendous number of publications on the Springer site:

http://link.springer.com/

and they have made it very easy to both browse by topic (math, architecture, computer science, nutrition), and type (book, article, etc.), and to filter for 'completely free'. Might be even easier to just search there for things you are interested in. It also does not seem to require any sort of login or signup to download the free publications.

@chongjie

@jonathonfletcher Thanks for the Python script!

Somehow I can't get requests to download files that can be opened (Python 2.7 on Windows). Did some slight modification that works for my computer (so far), and it includes renaming of the filename to the title given in the markdown file.

import re, os.path, sys, requests, urllib

regexp = re.compile("((http://[^)]+))")
regexp1 = re.compile("(\[[^]]+\])")
r = requests.get("https://gist.githubusercontent.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/0594f99c580c3befb924f3d36ab187c2da8f441b/springer-free-maths-books.md")
htmlList = map(lambda x: x.strip(), r.content.split("\n\n"))
for line in htmlList:
    match = regexp.search(line)
    if match:
        counter = 0
        url = match.groups()[0]
        origname = re.sub("[?.:*\[\]\"]", "", regexp1.search(line).groups()[0]).replace(",", " -") + ".pdf"
        fname = origname
        while os.path.isfile(fname):
            counter += 1
            if counter != 0:
                fname = origname.replace(".pdf", " " + str(counter) + ".pdf")
        sys.stdout.write("Downloading html line " + str(htmlList.index(line)) + " " + url + " as " + fname + "...\n")
        urllib.urlretrieve(url, fname)
@denpatin

Neither of the scripts succeeded at my side (Mac) ๐Ÿ˜ž
Moreover, I want only new editions, without previous ones.
So I've jotted down a script for my own needs. It is here.
Maybe it could be helpful to someone ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
PS. bash, wget, awk, sed. And the end format is Title (Author).pdf.

@HotIssue

Powershell working perfactly!
thanks ๐Ÿ‘
jdubba

@Kevin-Lee

Thanks for the books and just for fun, I made a downloader using Scala.

#!/usr/bin/env scala

import scala.io.Source._
import sys.process._
import scala.language.postfixOps

val urlPattern = """\[(.*)\][^\(]*\(((?:http|https):\/\/.*\.pdf)\)""".r.unanchored

def run(command: String*): Unit = {
  println(raw"""
               |${command.mkString(" ")}""".stripMargin)
  command !!
}

fromURL("https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/0594f99c580c3befb924f3d36ab187c2da8f441b/springer-free-maths-books.md")
  .getLines
  .foreach {
    case urlPattern(name, url) => run("curl", "-L", url, "-o", name.replaceAll("[:\\\\/*?|<>]", "_") + ".pdf")
    case _                     => ()
  }

Save the file (e.g. BookDownloader.scala) and run it like a normal shell script file. This of course requires Scala.
e.g.)

# make it executable
chmod u+x BookDownloader.scala 
# then run
./BookDownloader.scala
@DavidMichaelRoberts

Can we get the Lecture Notes in Mathematics? Perhaps as a different gist, as there are over 2000 of them.

Thanks all for scripts, pity I can't try them at present.

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 29, 2015

I have some scripts and instructions at https://github.com/akalin/get-springer-books that'll let you download from search result page.

I'll see if I can rejigger it to generate a gist of direct links.

@jab
jab commented Dec 29, 2015

Had to take out a semicolon from @zcourts' improved command line above to get it to work:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

wget -qO- 'https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/c20ec05dc4669b93f16d0b5c5824615dea42a956/springer-free-maths-books.md' \
    | grep '\.pdf' | grep --only-matching -E -e"[A-Z][^]]*" -e"http[^)]*" \
    | while read title; do \
        read url; \
        title=$(echo "$title" \
        | sed 's/,\([^ ]\)/, \1/g' \
        | sed 's/\([^ A-Z(-]\)\([A-Z]\)/\1, \2/g' \
        | tr -d '"'); \
        n=1; \
        fn="${title}.pdf"; \
        while [[ -f $fn ]]; do \
            fn="${title}.$((n++)).pdf"; \
        done; \
        wget "$url" -nc -c -q --show-progress -O "$fn" &
    done

This simultaneously downloaded all 234 PDFs (6.8 gigs).

I think throughput could be improved by only downloading a few at a time.

@mamoit
mamoit commented Dec 29, 2015

@jab, I didn't background wget and still was able to saturate my connection.
Tried to do it in parallel as you suggest and it didn't work that great.

@harshhpareek

These scripts are an inefficient way to download as they do it sequentially. One way to reduce the load on Springer and also download in parallel is to use Bittorrent sync (Hate the users of bittorrent, not the technology). I have all the files here and can make a folder with Bittorrent sync but am reluctant.

I'm not sure sharing this is a copyright violation. These books are provided free by Springer Link and carry the original copyright notices but it's not clear if we have the right to redistribute them.

Thanks @jdubba for the PowerShell script. Here's an idempotent version (useful if your connection breaks in between), if someone wants it.
(Invoke-WebRequest https://gist.githubusercontent.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a/raw/0594f99c580c3befb924f3d36ab187c2da8f441b/springer-free-maths-books.md).Content | Select-String -Pattern '\[(.*?)\]\((http.*?)\)' -AllMatches | % { $_.Matches } | % { $fname = (([char[]]($_.Groups[1].Value + '-ISBN-' + (Select-String -InputObject $_.Groups[2] -Pattern '[^/?#]*\.[^/?#]*(\?.*)?(\#.*)?$').Matches.Value) | ? { [IO.Path]::GetInvalidFileNameChars() -notcontains $_ }) -join ''); If (-Not (Test-Path $fname)){Invoke-WebRequest $_.Groups[2].Value -OutFile $fname}}

If your connection is like mine, you probably also got a bunch of invalid pdfs. I checked them in python and reran the script above.

from pyPdf import PdfFileReader
import os

for fn in os.listdir('.'):
     if os.path.isfile(fn):
        try :
            mypdf = PdfFileReader(file(fn, 'rb'))
        except:
            print fn,' is invalid pdf'
@Unrepentant-Atheist

I still cannot get the powershell script to work..what gives? https://i.imgur.com/Zx4APHT.png

@harshhpareek

In case someone downloaded files without renaming, for example, I downloaded some other files from Springer link. Here's a python script to rename them:

#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys,os
import isbnlib

def isbn_from_filename(s):
    if("%3A" in s):
       return s.split("%3A")[1]
    else:
       return s

 for fn in os.listdir('.'):
 if os.path.isfile(fn):
    print (fn)
    isbn = isbnlib.canonical(isbn_from_filename(fn))
    os.rename(fn,isbn+".pdf")
    isbnlib.ren(isbn+".pdf")
@ras254
ras254 commented Dec 29, 2015

Can anybody calculate md5 checksums for all files?
And after that we can compare their.

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 29, 2015

@DavidMichaelRoberts, the problem with LNM is that most of the books don't have full-book PDFs, only per-section. Here's a gist with all such books: https://gist.github.com/akalin/9081194f0cdf605e8038 , but I'll work on getting links to the sections.

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 29, 2015

@ras254 if you do HEAD requests on the URLs, it comes with an etag header, which is an md5 (I think). You can compare with that.

@ras254
ras254 commented Dec 29, 2015

@akalin, thanks

@harshhpareek

@ras254 I have a pdf integrity checker python script in a comment above which does the job without us needing to compare md5

@asmeurer

To anyone who's downloaded all of these, how large is the full download?

@harshhpareek

@akalin I'd be interested in those. Following your repo

@asmeurer It's 11.5GB

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 29, 2015

@Unrepentant-Atheist done what? Looks like a slightly reformatted version of my list...

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 29, 2015

@DavidMichaelRoberts and others interested in LNM, https://gist.github.com/akalin/9081194f0cdf605e8038 now has a rough cut of all sections from LNM books. The problem is that it's running into gist size issues, so you may have to look at the raw format.

@jremmen
jremmen commented Dec 29, 2015

Heres a parallelized bash one liner I used to grab everything. It uses the link name + isbn as file name.
echo $(curl 'https://gist.github.com/bishboria/8326b17bbd652f34566a' | grep '\.pdf' | awk -F'[=><]' '{split($5, u, /\/|\./); print $6u[10] ".pdf\n" $5 }' | tr ' '\'\, '_') | xargs -n2 -P4 wget -O

@Unrepentant-Atheist

The PowerShell scripts works but stops working after a while... https://i.imgur.com/IMVSZhD.png

I tried running the bash in my f:\xxx directory on windows with cygwin. THis is the error I get https://i.imgur.com/vYNy4ms.png , and on Git Bash: https://i.imgur.com/7Auht8t.png

@jremmen
jremmen commented Dec 29, 2015

Yeah not going to work without curl installed ๐Ÿ˜

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 29, 2015

@Unrepentant-Atheist, if you wait a bit, I'll modify my scripts to be able to download the files as well as list them. That's probably a better approach than trying to scrape the list I generated (which is really for people who can't run scripts...).

@embatbr
embatbr commented Dec 29, 2015

I wrote a python script to download the entire list: https://github.com/embatbr/download_springer_books

@jremmen
jremmen commented Dec 29, 2015

Alternatively if you can't get the shell scripts working and aren't too concerned with the filenames you can pop this into the web console
Array.prototype.slice.call(document.querySelectorAll('.entry-content p a')).map(function(a) { a.download = 1; a.click() })

@Unrepentant-Atheist

@embatbr ain't working: https://i.imgur.com/TQuj1n1.png . Shit fellas, nothing works...the fuck...

I mean I installed curl, set up Path to curl, yet still I get... https://imgur.com/a/APgau

@mrdomino

My fork of the go downloader gist has the most recent list, a script that generates data.txt from the markdown, and a couple other minor fixes.

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 29, 2015

Okay, looks like four parts suffice for LNM:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

@TheJohnTalent

In a simple way using very small script files.

latest_grep_inside_parens.sh

grep -oEi '(([^)]*))' freeb.txt| tr -d '(' | tr -d ')' |sed 's/http/wget http/g'

./latest_grep_inside_parens.sh | sed 's/.*///'

latest_grep_inside_brackets.sh

grep -oEi '([([^]]*)])' freeb.txt| tr -d '[' | tr -d ']' #|sed 's/http/wget http/g'

!/bin/sh

change the names of files to something meaningful!

sed -e 's|^[([^]])](http://./(.*).pdf)$|mv \2'.pdf' "\1'.pdf'"|' freeb.txt

Then you have to take out included quotes within quoted file names and take care of dups.

@jremmen
jremmen commented Dec 29, 2015

@unrepentant-atheist make sure wget is also installed

@kugrjado

@bishboria how did you take the list of these ebooks with their links and names?
I would like to make a list of all free ebooks from springer, not only from the mathematics category.

@SotJake
SotJake commented Dec 30, 2015

Guys, how do I download them all at once? I can't understand how to manipulate the codes written above. Is there anyone who can guide me? Thank you, in advance!

@embatbr
embatbr commented Dec 30, 2015

@Unrepentant-Atheist I use a Ubuntu. You have to set your destination using Windows way to reference filepaths.

@embatbr
embatbr commented Dec 30, 2015

@SotJake in my script you need some Python libs (see the string docs in the top of the file).

@embatbr
embatbr commented Dec 30, 2015

The best fork should put all links in a json file, divided by category and with a simple script (Python, JS or other platform-independent language) to download the desired books.

@kratsg
kratsg commented Dec 30, 2015

It looks like there is really a tremendous number of publications on the Springer site:

http://link.springer.com/

and they have made it very easy to both browse by topic (math, architecture, computer science, nutrition), and type (book, article, etc.), and to filter for 'completely free'. Might be even easier to just search there for things you are interested in. It also does not seem to require any sort of login or signup to download the free publications.

How do you filter for completely free -- but other than that -- this looks awesome. There's even a way to download a CSV of results!

@mohanarun

You don't want all the books downloaded. You copy+paste your interested booknames into a text file and use
Google: "+site:springer.com Differential Topology, Morris W. Hirsch pdf download" is your search string.
Then you visit the page in question and check out what you know already.If you download full ebook its a waste of space time and bandwidth you are paying for bandwidth quota used. So download the byte-sized pdfs of what you intend to know. THese are going to be online for a while, so you just bookmark this page URL and return to it as time permits.

@AdolfVonKleist

@kratsg there is a checkbox at the top left, "Include Preview-only Content". It is checked by default. If you uncheck it, everything remaining is free for download (still a huge number of titles).

@quantumfuck

A .torrent package would be marvelous!

@amca01
amca01 commented Dec 30, 2015

I managed to download all the undergrad texts using akalin's marvellous Python script, but the grad texts stopped (on "Field and Galois Theory" by Patrick Morandi ) with

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "get-springer-books.py", line 145, in
main()
File "get-springer-books.py", line 107, in main
raw_title = row['Item Title']
KeyError: 'Item Title'

I tried again a few times with no luck. I also tried modifying the csv file (with a text editor); also no luck. I'm now trying jremmen's one line bash script with curl and wget - on Linux, Ubuntu 14.04. However, my knowledge of scripting, as well as of curl, wget etc are so limited I don't know how to restrict the downloads to start only at F. So currently it's downloading all the first items again.

@DavidMichaelRoberts

@akalin thanks!

@mohanarun I honestly don't know if this is an official move by Springer, I wouldn't be surprised if this was either a mistake or a leak, and the door is shut again.

@davidar
davidar commented Dec 30, 2015

It seems @DavidMichaelRoberts was right :(

@bishboria
Owner

Springer have stopped access to the links.

@dalagiorgos

So, that's it? Has anyone managed to download all the books? Could we hope to alternate means of sharing?

@OskarTegby

I downloaded everything before they removed it.

@pminervini

@OskarTegby can we get in touch? :) It would be cool to package everything and share it with the world.

@Autstanding

Could someone please create a torrent file? I would be really grateful for it.
EDIT: And of course would help to seed!

@Gi0tis
Gi0tis commented Dec 30, 2015

There is one already. Search kat.cr for "Springer Graduate Texts in Mathematics up to 2006".
(really slow at the moment)

@embatbr
embatbr commented Dec 30, 2015

I downloaded all books (except one or two that failed). I'll see how to create a torrent file. But only next year. =D

@Autstanding

Thanks Gi0tis. But 2006 is โ€”almostโ€” 10 years away!

@Gi0tis
Gi0tis commented Dec 30, 2015

Well, that was what Springer was giving away till yesterday: Textbooks that are 10 years old (or more).
So, blame them;)

@Autstanding

OK! Didn't know that! Thanks.

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 30, 2015

It looks like LNM is still up? Or at least the direct section PDF links?

@DavidMichaelRoberts

@akalin the links work, but take you to the landing page if you don't have access via a subscription.

@DavidMichaelRoberts

@akalin did you or anyone get a fair chunk of the LNMs?

@andreas23

Torrent would be greatly appreciated. Will seed.

@Gi0tis
Gi0tis commented Dec 30, 2015

Check replies a couple of hrs ago

@nvand
nvand commented Dec 30, 2015

Anyone have a torrent of the undergraduate math section?

@ingber
ingber commented Dec 30, 2015

See http://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-save-and-share-ridiculously-large-files/ for a few free places (some without any registration) to upload large files and create links for others to download, for anyone who downloaded all the links.

@akalin
akalin commented Dec 30, 2015

@DavidMichaelRoberts ah, yes, you're right. I must have been seeing cached results.

Please send me an e-mail re. LNMs!

@hiraksarkar

Can someone upload it to google drive

@imagest
imagest commented Dec 30, 2015

Thanks for the torrent @Gi0tis. Much appreciated.

@kratsg
kratsg commented Dec 30, 2015

A torrent would make a lot of sense?

@hystryfe

If anyone has uploaded to Google drive/torrent please email me! :)

@SEJeff
SEJeff commented Dec 30, 2015

Does anyone have a cache of all of these before they took them down?

@kugrjado

I have a whole copy of this on Mega, getting the rest of free articles/books now too. However I'm not sure, if by giving the link here I wouldn't break the law or GitHub's terms. if you google for "wykop springer mirror" the first result should help enough to find it

Still, the biggest problem for me is that the csv I get as a search result is capped to 1k positions and I can't any way to limit my searches further.

@cip92
cip92 commented Dec 30, 2015

kgrjado please share it via pm :D

@kugrjado

@cip92 I was trying to send private messages to people interested in the topic, but I can't see a way to send PMs trough this website.

@dwarandae

Someone downloaded all the books?

@hlambda
hlambda commented Dec 31, 2015

Unfortunately, these are no longer accessible. :(

@saddathasan

I have downloaded all the graduate mathematics texts, I am willing to share, someone please send me a torrent link or download link of the Undergrad Mathematics texts and physics texts ... It would be very helpful.

@Touficel

If Any persons had downloaded the books, please can you tell me? thank you

@Touficel

@kugrjado I can give you my email and then contact via emails

@nunocalaim

I would also love to have them! @kugrjado

@ALCBernardo

@kugrjado I would love to have them too, if possible, send a e-mail to alc.bernardo@gmail.com I will spread it in my university. Thanks.

@kuznero
kuznero commented Dec 31, 2015

@kugrjado I would also be grateful to have it. Please send to kuznero@gmail.com
Thank you!

@mathematicsandme

@kugrjado I would be so thankful to have them. If it possible, would you mind sending them to mathematicsandme@gmail.com? Thank you.

@andreas23

I'll just leave this here: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:31E6CABDD6682DC505D99266C9DDE8F26549B4BE

@ingber
ingber commented Dec 31, 2015

uTorrent downloads can give lots of bad stuff -- maybe not malware the last couple of months, but still porn. Furthermore, downloading on Windows usually leads to a uTorrent app install, which cannot be uninstalled by normal Windows; you have to use something like Revo uninstaller to get rid of several Registry items.

I suggest not using any torrent downloads, but look for something on a site like mega.nz . However, Mega chokes on downloading large zip files in a browser, so you could be stuck with downloading hundreds of files.

@potato12e

@kugrjado I would also be grateful if u send me. Email id is mathman1717@gmail.com

@jaymin1328

@kugrjado I would also be grateful if u send me. Email id is jaymin.1328@gmail.com

@jaymin1328

@andreas23 does this link contains each book or subset , if subset please specify , thanks in adv

@jaymin1328

@Gi0tis pls send me torrent on jaymin.1328@gmail.com

@jaymin1328

@OskarTegby please share it to me on jaymin.1328@gmail.com

@ALCBernardo

Well, I got some weird combination of numbers and letters in my mind, i think i will share it with you. no reason.

mega:///#F!axkQSZIZ!gYqImXWAhKWqnxZO0LyP9Q

@monsit
monsit commented Jan 1, 2016

@Gi0tis pls send me torrent on gyroscope27@gmail.com

@BrunoMarcelo

@kugrjado Please share the books with me :) marbrung@gmail.com

@lnostdal
lnostdal commented Jan 1, 2016

@ingber you do realize that there are alternatives to uTorrent right? http://www.qbittorrent.org/

@wires
wires commented Jan 2, 2016

Surprisingly, I don't see "Down Them All, The Firefox Plugin" mentioned. I'm all for writing scripts to grab what's out there, (been there done, that) but this plugin is really sweet and python scripts would not have been needed in this case! :feelsgood: ๐Ÿ˜˜

@tischsoic

@kugrjado Please share the books with me. :) symfiz@gmail.com

@tuCharly
tuCharly commented Jan 3, 2016

@Gi0tis I am a huge DataHorder and seed usually 2-4 TiB a month, i would also like a copy of the full torrent file :) highskillcharly@gmx.net

@chilpil
chilpil commented Jan 5, 2016

@kugrjado pretty cool!

@raycursive

@kugrjado Please share them with me! Thank you! m@raycursive.com

@Tonkilbs
Tonkilbs commented Jan 5, 2016

@kugrjado Please share with me too thanks! anthonykilby874@gmail.com

@Tonkilbs
Tonkilbs commented Jan 5, 2016

Also @Gi0tis please send the torrent to anthonykilby874@gmail.com. Thank you :)

@sherlynnn

@kugrjado Could you share it with me too?:)

@sungminoh

@kugrjado please kindly share it :) smoh1225@naver.com

@Zerglo
Zerglo commented Jan 5, 2016

@kugrjado could you please share it with me? xdiego.sg@gmail.com
Unfortuntately the mega link with all the math books doesn't work anymore for some reason, so I didn't finish downloading them all.
Did you take it down @kugrjado or was it shut down?

@metricspace123

Hi,
I would also like to have mathematics books for graduate and undergraduate level, PS share with me the Dropbox or Google drive link
at metricspace@gmail.com

Thanks,

@metricspace123

Hi, am also looking for LNM (Lecture notes in Mathematics), those will be really helpful.

Thanks for all your help.

@augel
augel commented Jan 7, 2016

@kugrjado, I would really appreciate it if you would be able to send it to my email at testtesttest1881@gmail.com.

Thanks so much!

@lucaswilson

@kugrjado, I would very much appreciate it if you could kindly share it with lucas.z.wilson@gmail.com. Thank you! :)

@metricspace123

@hsiaminc thanks , however there are not seeders.
@kugrjado , PS, I would really appreciate if you could share it with me at metricspace@gmail.com

@hanshin877

I am a student. I hope to see the book file.
I would really appreciate it if you would be able to send it to my email at hanshin877@hanmail.net
Thank you!

@alphafox52

@kugrjado, I would appreciate it if you could kindly share it with billywong99@gmail.com. Thanks ^^

@ALCBernardo Doesn't work :(

@DMAshura

I asked Springer for an official statement on what happened. Here's what I got:

"During the holidays Springer performed some maintenance work on SpringerLink. To be confident that no customers would lose access to content during that time, we temporarily opened up access to a number of eBooks on SpringerLink. Normal access to eBook content has been reinstated."

@Zerglo
Zerglo commented Jan 13, 2016

The torrent doesn't have the undergraduate text in mathematics books. Starting a torrent with those books would be nice.

@metricspace123

Yes, even I'm looking for undergraduate text in Mathematics, any one has them ps share it at metricspace@gmail.com.
Thanks.

@eyad-alshami

I am looking for "A First Course in Calculus, Serge Lang" if anyone could send it to me please
eyad.dedo@gmail.com

@mrrob941

If anyone is still needing these Math books, I have them all. Leave a comment after mine w/ thine email, and ye shall receive.

@teczowo
teczowo commented Feb 14, 2016

That would be awesome! teczowo@gmail.com

@cmyr
cmyr commented Feb 15, 2016

๐Ÿ‘ colin@cmyr.net

@born2discover

@mrrob941 That would be awesome! john@tibiaml.com

@Evelvak
Evelvak commented Feb 17, 2016

@mrrob941, it would help a lot: eru_the_one@hotmail.com

@kam14sim

This would be soo helpful. Both graduate and under graduate please-kiayoko03@gmail.com

@DaGr8Gatzby

@mrrob941, Please send all books to the following email:

DaGr8Gatzby@gmail.com

@Wernlake

@mrrob941, send me all books, please! My e-mail:
wern.lake@yandex.ru

@ChaeWoon

@mrrob941, send me all books, please! My e-mail:
ryuchurn@hanmail.net

@sagittaros

Yes please and thanks!
zen9.felix@gmail.com

@JTulus
JTulus commented Mar 2, 2016

yes thank you! it is really appreciated
johntulsu@gmail.com

@lijiansysu

@mrrob941 I would be so thankful to have them. If it possible, would you mind sending them to daxueshijian@gmail.com? Thank you.

@ChaeWoon
ChaeWoon commented Mar 8, 2016

*@rgordeev *
Iโ€™m very very thankful. Please Share Undergraduate Text Math....
Iโ€™m really appreciated...

@Injustice

@mrrob941 I'd love to have all the books.
thetrueinjustice@gmail.com

@bramlefebvre

@mrrob941 Thank you very much. Can you send them all to bramlefebvre@gmail.com?

@Wintermutesa

@mrrob941 Thank you very much! That would be awesome. winter.mute.sa@gmail.com

@aserrallerios

@mrrob941 please, can I have a copy? :) Thanks! albertredneck@gmail.com

@dsatkas
dsatkas commented Apr 22, 2016

@mrrob941 dsatkas@gmail.com thank you so so much for the hard work!

@Sitasi
Sitasi commented Apr 28, 2016

@mrrob941 This one would be very grateful if it happened that those books find the way to this e-mail isatis27@hotmail.com

@norelltrenit

@mrrob941 I hope it's not too late. Can you please hook me up? norell.trenitt@gmail.com

@mitroister

@mrrob941 please send that over to me as well. Thank you. mitroister@gmail.com

@scormer
scormer commented May 19, 2016

@mrrob941 thanks for your great effort! Please sent me via scormer@gmail.com. Much appreciated

@cblberlin

@mrrob941 thanks a lot if you could send those books via bailin.cai@hotmail.fr. Lot appreciated

@KBlack2357

@mrrob941 would really appreciate it you could send to kevblack25@gmail.com. Thanks!

@bjordan555

bjordan@oeb.harvard.edu please! Thank you.

@jpdeset
jpdeset commented Jun 10, 2016

jpdeset@gmail.com please! Thank you.

@Chunsome

Could anyone send me all the files? ndy0118@naver.com.
Thank u!

@mrrob941
mrrob941 commented Jul 2, 2016

Anyone else need this? I'm linking people my MEGA account. Next week will be my last day that I hand out my account.

@AminosAmigos

@mrrob941 yes please send me link gihishinbon@gmail.com
Thanks :)

@hystryfe
hystryfe commented Jul 9, 2016

@mrrob941 I hope this is the last day? :)

@iampaulQ

please send link to quibuyenpaul@yahoo.com

@pouyacafe

hi every one in this page. i need More than 50 gig springer books torrent links. please send me this links to my email adress: pouyacafe@gmail.com

@mehazard
mehazard commented Aug 9, 2016

Please send link to mehazard14@gmail.com

@cerryjack
cerryjack commented Aug 9, 2016 edited

@mrrob941 I'd like to get all these books. Could someone send me a link to ceravolojack@gmail.com please? (MEGA is preferred, but also anything else should work) thanks in advance.

@seemonz
seemonz commented Aug 17, 2016 edited

@mrrob941 can you send me the pdfs too, please and thank you! seemonz@gmail.com

@mathbro
mathbro commented Sep 1, 2016

@mrrob941 I would also be happy if you (or someone else) could send me the pdfs or a link. w.hannes@freenet.de
Thanks!

@mathbro
mathbro commented Sep 1, 2016

Is anyone willing to share to undergraduate and graduate math books with me? w.hannes@freenet.de Thanks!

@rezahabibi96

It would be very appreciated and great if @mrrob941 share undergraduate and graduate math books with me rezahabibi96@gmail.com Thank You so much and i hope it is not late.

@mantesat
mantesat commented Sep 8, 2016

Please send link to mantesat@gmail.com. Thanks!

@mathlover61

@mrrob941 or any other person here, I kindly ask You to send me PDFs of these undergraduate and graduate math. books to taurusbgd@gmail.com. Thank You enormously in advance !!!

@timofonic
timofonic commented Sep 19, 2016 edited

@mrrob941 Maths? Electronics AOE 3E Kindle replica? My nickname and gmail. Thanks in advance! Torrent?

@ReduxClan

I'm late to this, just found out about it, but can @mrrob941 or anyone send me the books to redux673@gmail.com It would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

@lnsinx
lnsinx commented Oct 22, 2016

Please send link to gunasin2x@gmail.com. Thanks!

@OElesin
OElesin commented Oct 31, 2016

Can any human being read all these books? If yes, how many days?

@snuhpms
snuhpms commented Nov 2, 2016 edited

@mrrob941 could you send me all the pdfs too? please! bks6698@naver.com

@youssefbar
youssefbar commented Jan 7, 2017 edited

please @mrrob941 or someone to send me all the pdfs ? barkaouionline@gmail.com

@mrrob941

I just saw this, and I emailed out a bunch of people still interested. If you did not get my email, let me know and I'll provide a link to the books.

@mathlover61

Maybe I received a mail from You and maybe now, dear mrrob941 !

So, I kindly ask You to send me Your mail to taurusbgd@gmail.com

I need Your link desperatly ! (and a key for accessing books, if it is needed ?!)

Will be enormously grateful to You, believe me, God bless You !

@ChaeWoon

@mrrob941... Please send link to ryuchurn@hanmail.net
I'm very very grateful to you...

@ar996
ar996 commented Feb 27, 2017

@mrrob941 , Could you please send me these links ? mr.iwish#gmail.com . I'm terribly sorry to bother you....

@pagsiu
pagsiu commented Mar 7, 2017 edited

@mrrob941 Could you please send me the links? I would be very grateful. Thank you in advance.
pagsiu@gmail.com

@born2discover

@mrrob941 Could you please send me the links as well? Would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!
My email is skopa@netplus.ch

@xualex
xualex commented Mar 28, 2017

@mrrob941 Could you send me a link to the books as well? My email is xualex930@icloud.com

@AbhishekSinghVerma

@mrrob941 Appreciate a lot your sharing effort. Would you please share link with abhi.ieor@gmail.com

@milanfist

@mrrob941 would really appreciate it if you could send the files to me too milanfist@gmail.com

@kmaune
kmaune commented Apr 3, 2017

@mrrob941 would really appreciate it if you could send me the link to the books as well. kpmaune@gmail.com, thank you!

@HardRock
HardRock commented Apr 4, 2017

@mrrob941 Hey! If you are still reading this and could throw me a link to the books at chatwitsch@gmail.com I would truly appreciate it. Thanks in advance!

@ubavic
ubavic commented Apr 8, 2017

@mrrob941 Hey man, can you send link for (undergraduate) books to nikola.ubavic(AT)gmail.com . Thank you!

@bravina
bravina commented Apr 18, 2017

@mrrob941 If you're still reading the thread, could you please send me the link at baptiste.ravina@gmail.com ? Much appreciated!

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