Here we go with the second update of resources. This time with 50 (!!!) new amazing textbooks, lecture notes and videos. As always, everything 100% legal and free.
Here are all the updates. Enjoy!
Let's start with a solid update of our Linear Algebra section. We have new books treating this subject on different levels and from different angles:
Abstract Algebra also gets quite a big update:
Here we have 5 new textbooks, although we are cheating a little, because 3 of them are from the same source:
I am happy to say we have doubled our Set Theory section, by adding 3 books:
In Algebraic Geometry we have added 2 textbooks, both heavily leaning towards beginners:
I have a big Calculus update coming, but it takes a lot of time to go through all of submissions, so currently we have added only 1, but pretty big textbook:
Calculus I, II, and III by Jerrold E. Marsden, Alan Weinstein.
Here we have 2 new textbooks:
We have added first video lectures on Functional Analysis on our website:
We have quite a bit of new entries in Measure Theory:
We have added a first textbook in this section:
An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations by Per Kristen Jakobsen.
Here we get 1 addition:
Groups and Symmetries by F. Oggier, A. M. Bruckstein.
2 new textbooks:
Category Theory gets 1 new textbook:
Seven Sketches in Compositionality: An Invitation to Applied Category Theory by Brendan Fong, David I. Spivak. It was recommeneded to me many, many times.
1 new set of lecture notes:
Analytic Number Theory by Thomas F. Bloom.
In Topology we get 2 new textbooks and 1 set of lecture notes:
We have added 1 textbook and 1 set of lecture notes in Discrete Math:
1 new textbook:
Combinatorics: The Art of Counting by Bruce Sagan.
And that's all for now.
I hope you will find something for yourself among these great resources!