Volumes

Bolyai Society Mathematical Studies

The János Bolyai Mathematical Society has launched a new series called "BOLYAI SOCIETY MATHEMATICAL STUDIES". The scope of the volumes are not restricted only to conference proceedings, rather we aim to publish survey volumes or books. You can order t hese books through this web page. Use the checkboxes to indicate which books you'd like to get. Then please fill in the form at the bottom of the page. You'll receive an e-mail about your order.

Volume 1: Combinatorics, Paul Erdõs is Eighty, 1

  • Edited by: D. Miklós, T. Szõnyi and V.T. Sós
  • published in July 1993
  • 26 invited research/survey articles, list of publications of Paul Erdõs (1272 items),
  • 4 tables of photos, 527 pages
  • Volume 2: Combinatorics, Paul Erdõs is Eighty, 2

  • Edited by: D. Miklós, T. Szõnyi and V. T. Sós
  • published in April 1996
  • 16 invited research/survey articles, biography of Paul Erdõs, 39 photos, updated list of publications of Paul Erdõs,
  • 517 pages
  • Volume 3: Extremal Problems for Finite Sets

  • Edited by: P. Frankl, Z. Füredi, G. Katona and D. Miklós
  • published in May 1994
  • 22 invited research/survey articles, 514 pages
  • Volume 4: Topology with Applications

  • Edited by: Á. Császár
  • published in August 1995
  • 35 invited research/survey articles, 465 pages
  • Volume 5: Approximation Theory and Function Series

  • Edited by: P. Vértesi, L. Leindler, F. Móricz, Sz. Révész, J. Szabados and V. Totik
  • published in 1996
  • 5 invited survey and 16 research articles, 367 pages
  • Volume 6: Intuitive Geometry

  • Edited by: I. Bárány and K. Böröczky
  • published in June 1997
  • 8 invited survey and 21 research articles, 443 pages
  • Volume 7: Graph Theory and Combinatorial Biology

  • Edited by: L. Lovász, A. Gyárfás, G. Katona, A. Recski, and L. Székely
  • published in March 1999
  • 14 research articles, 413 pages
  • Volume 8: Low Dimensional Topology

  • Edited by: K. Böröczky Jr., W. Neumann, and A. Stipsicz
  • published in December 1999
  • 5 invited survey papers, 416 pages