# ALSO INTERESTING

## Mathematicians

The walks are the heart of the mathematical garden. However, there is a second category called *Also Interesting* with additional information.

There you will find the web page *Mathematicians* where we offer bibliographic information about certain mathematicians. The first mathematician presented in this way in the mathematical garden is Richard Dedekind.

You will find a list of their publications and – if available – information about collected works and biographies about these mathematicians. We want to invite you to browse through this original literature. Perhaps you will be inspired to read some of the original papers.

## Textbooks

The mathematical garden provides one view on the world of mathematics, and of course there are many other views often in form of textbooks. We provide lists of textbooks with respect to different branches of mathematics, for example for the *theory of sets*, and we want to invite you to have a look into these books for further information and for other perspectives on the material presented in the mathematical garden.

In the units we restrict the references in general to the original literature with respect to the presented results. In addition we include links to the above mentioned lists of textbooks. As an example please have a look at the literature about set theory.

## Links

The Internet is full of interesting information about mathematics. This category *Links* is intended to support you in exploring these sources. At the moment the following is available:

**Mathematical Literature (Open Source)**

You will find a list of sources where you can look for and download mathematical literature. There is a huge amount of such information available. However, please have a careful look at the copyright information and the license conditions of each of theses pages.