I posted at some earlier time that I was resigning from the editorship of SIGACT NEWS book review column, and handing the reins over to Fred Green (who is older than me, so `handing over the reins' might not be quite right).
You can find the column on Fred's webpage here.
I wish him well of course. He's off to a great start:
- The Cult of Pythagoras: Math and Myths by Alberto A. Martinez. Review by Bill Gasarch.
- Infinitesimal: How a dangerous mathematical theory shaped the modern world, by Amir Alexander. Review by Bill Gasarch.
- Martin Gardner in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Michael Henle and Brian Hopkins. Review by Bill Gasarch.
- Algorithmic Barriers Falling: P=NP?, and The Essential Knuth, both by Edgar Daylight. Review by Bill Gasarch.
- Love and Math: The Heart of Hidden Reality by Edward Frenkel. Review by Bill Gasarch.
- Structure and Randomness: Pages from Year One of a Mathematical Blog by Terence Tao. Review by Bill Gasarch.
There are still books to review! Here is a list of books I still have in my office. If you want to review them email both email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email the books and also your physical address to send it to.
ReCombinatorics: The algorithmics of ancestral recombination graphs and
phylogenic networks by Gusfield.
Tractability: Practical approach to Hard Problems. Edited by Bordeaux, Hamadi, Kohli.
Recent progress in the Boolean Domain. Edited by Bernd Steinbach
Selected Papers on Computer Languages by Donald Knuth.
MISC COMP SCI
Introduction to reversible computing by Perumalla.
Digital Logic Design: A Rigorous Approach by Even and Medina
CoCo: The colorful history of Tandy's Underdog Computer by Boisy Pitre and
MATH AND HISTORY
Professor Stewart's Casebook of Mathematical Mysteries by Ian Stewart.
The Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Numbers by Richard Dunlap.
Mathematics Galore! The first five years of the St. Marks Institue of Mathematics by Tanton.
Mathematics Everywhere. Edited by Aigner and Behrends.
An Epsiodic History of Mathematics: Mathematical Culture Through Problem Solving by Krantz.
Proof Analysis: A Contribution to Hilbert's Last Problem by Negri and Von Plato.