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Bronshtein and Semendyayev (often just Bronshtein or Bronstein) is the informal name of a comprehensive handbook of fundamental working knowledge of mathematics and table of formulas originally compiled by the Russian mathematician Ilya Nikolaevich Bronshtein and engineer Konstantin Adolfovic Semendyayev.

Handbook of Mathematics
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Bronshtein and Semendyayev, 13th Russian edition by Nauka (Наука), 1986
Author Ilya Nikolaevich Bronshtein, Konstantin Adolfovic Semendyayev, et al.
Country Russia, Germany
Language Russian, German,[1] Slovenian,[1] Croatian,[1] Serbian,[1] English,[1] Japanese, Spanish, Chinese,[1] Hungarian,[1] Polish[1]
Genre Math
Publication date
1945[2][3]

The work was first published in 1945 in Russia[3][2] and soon became a "standard" and frequently used guide for scientists, engineers, and technical university students. Over the decades, high popularity and a string of translations, extensions, re-translations and major revisions by various editors led to a complex international publishing history centered around the significantly expanded German version. Legal hurdles following the fall of the Iron Curtain caused the development to split into several independent branches maintained by different publishers and editors to the effect that there are now two considerably different publications associated with the original title – and both of them are available in several languages.

With some slight variations, the English version of the book was originally named A Guide-Book to Mathematics, but changed its name to Handbook of Mathematics. This name is still maintained up to the present by one of the branches. The other line is meanwhile named Users' Guide to Mathematics to help avoid confusion.

Contents

OverviewEdit

Bronshtein and Semendyayev is a comprehensive handbook of fundamental working knowledge of mathematics and table of formulas based on the Russian book Справочник по математике для инженеров и учащихся втузов (Spravochnik po matematike dlya inzhenerov i uchashchikhsya vtuzov, literally: "Handbook of mathematics for engineers and students of technical universities") compiled by the Russian mathematician Ilya Nikolaevich Bronshtein (Russian: Илья Николаевич Бронштейн, German: Ilja Nikolajewitsch Bronstein)[nb 1] and engineer Konstantin Adolfovic Semendyayev (Russian: Константин Адольфович Семендяев, German: Konstantin Adolfowitsch Semendjajew).[3][nb 2]

The scope is the concise discussion of all major fields of applied mathematics by definitions, tables and examples with a focus on practicability and with limited formal rigour. The work also contains a comprehensive list of analytically solvable integrals, that is, those integrals which can be described in closed form with antiderivatives.

HistoryEdit

The two Russian authors originally wrote the book in 1939/1940.[3] Hot lead typesetting had already started when the Siege of Leningrad prohibited further development and the print matrices were relocated.[3] After the war, they were considered lost, but could be found again years later, so that the first edition of Справочник по математике для инженеров и учащихся втузов could finally be published in 1945.[3][2]

The expanded German translation Taschenbuch der Mathematik (literally: "Pocketbook of mathematics") by Viktor Ziegler[3][2][nb 3] was first published in 1958 by B. G. Teubner in Leipzig.[3][2]

Based on the German translation, an English translation became available as well under the title A Guide-Book to Mathematics in 1964, first by Pergamon Press and The Macmillan Company, later by Springer Verlag and Verlag Harri Deutsch.

In 1966 it became apparent that the title needed considerable updates to meet new requirements.[3] The original authors felt too old to continue the work and the Russian publisher Nauka (Наука) seemed to have had lost interest in the further development as well for some while.[3][2] Therefore, in 1970 a consortium of East-German mathematicians were contracted by Teubner Verlag to start to expand and revise the work.[3][2] This was coordinated by Viktor Ziegler,[nb 3] Dorothea Ziegler[nb 4] and Günter Grosche[nb 5] (Universität Leipzig).[3] While Semendyayev contributed some work,[2] he did not want some other new chapters to be included in the manuscript in 1976, therefore they had to be split out into a new volume II.[3] Finally, after almost a decade of work, the major new revision could be published in 1979, legally as a cooperation of Teubner and Nauka (Наука).[3][2]

The reworked two-volume German edition was well received and again became a "standard" in higher mathematics education in Germany.[3] This led to a string of high-volume revisions[3][2][4] and various translations (including into Russian, English, Japanese, and Spanish) to meet the international demand. The English version was published by Van Nostrand Reinhold Company and Verlag Harri Deutsch as Handbook of Mathematics.

A decade later the German 'Wende' and the later reunification led to considerable changes in the publishing environment in Germany between 1989 and 1991.[5][6][7][8][9] The East-German publisher Teubner Leipzig was integrated into the West-German publisher Teubner Stuttgart.[10] These changes put an end to the cooperation of the East-German Teubner Verlag with the West-German Verlag Harri Deutsch, who had been licensing this and other titles for distribution in Germany and Switzerland,[2][nb 6] a business model no longer working in a free market. Licensing issues caused the development to split into two independent branches by the two publishing houses:

Verlag Harri Deutsch contracted Gerhard Musiol (de)[nb 7] and Heiner Mühlig[nb 8] to translate[2] the last non-Teubner influenced edition (officially the latest revision (1977)[11] of the third Russian edition (1953),[11] which is actually the eleventh Russian edition (1967)) into German for a major rework of Taschenbuch der Mathematik as a single-volume title.[2] This was first published in 1992/1993. When Verlag Harri Deutsch closed two decades later, Europa-Lehrmittel (de) took over in 2013, and they continue to maintain this work up to the present.[12][13] The new English translation (now by Springer Verlag) is still called Handbook of Mathematics.

In a parallel development, Eberhard Zeidler (de)[nb 9] became editor for the latest existing German edition by Teubner (1990),[2] the version which had previously also been distributed by Verlag Harri Deutsch, and updated it significantly to become the Teubner-Taschenbuch der Mathematik[4] (literally: "Teubner pocketbook of mathematics") for Teubner. This was first published in 1995/1996 – still as a two-volume work. The work was continued by Vieweg+Teubner Verlag after the merger with Vieweg Verlag (de) in 2003. When Vieweg+Teubner was bought by Springer and renamed Springer Vieweg Verlag, several new chapters were added and some more advanced contents stripped out for the single-volume Springer-Taschenbuch der Mathematik (literally: "Springer pocketbook of mathematics") in 2012/2013.[2] This is now accompanied by a completely reworked and considerably expanded four-volume series named Springer-Handbuch der Mathematik (literally: "Springer handbook of mathematics") by Zeidler also based on the former Bronshtein and Semendyayev.[2] So far, this latest revision of the alternative development branch isn't available in English, but volume I of the former Teubner-Taschenbuch der Mathematik has been translated and published by Oxford University Press as Oxford Users' Guide to Mathematics already.

EditionsEdit

1945–1978: Bronshtein and Semendyayev editionsEdit

Russian editionsEdit

Authors: Bronshtein, Ilya Nikolaevich (Бронштейн, Илья Николаевич); Semendyayev, Konstantin Adolfovic (Семендяев, Константин Адольфович).[3]

German editionsEdit

Authors: Bronshtein, Ilya Nikolaevich; Semendyayev, Konstantin Adolfovic; Miller, Maximilian (de).[nb 10]
Translator: Ziegler, Viktor.[3][4][nb 3]

  • BSB B. G. Teubner Verlagsgesellschaft Taschenbuch der Mathematik:[3][4]
    • 1st expanded edition, 1958 (xii+548 pages + 1 inlet sheet, based on 4th or 6th Russian edition, ca. 1954, with a chapter by Miller added)[3][2][nb 10]
    • 2nd edition, 1959 (xii+548 pages + 1 inlet sheet):[3][2]
    • 3rd further expanded edition, 1960 (xiii+584 pages + 1 inlet sheet, with another chapter by Miller added):[3][2][nb 10]
    • 1st edition, 1961 (xiii+584 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 2nd edition, 1961 (xiii+584 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 2nd edition, 1962 (xiii+584 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 3rd edition, 1962 (xiii+584 pages):
    • 4th edition, 1964 (xiii+584 pages):
    •  ? edition, 1965 (xiii+584 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 5th edition, 1965 (xiii+584 pages + 1 inlet sheet):[nb 6]
    • 6th unchanged edition, 1st printing, 1963 (xiii+584 pages): (soft plastic cover)
    • 6th edition, 2nd printing, 1965 (xiii+584 pages): (soft plastic cover)
    • 6th edition, 1966 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet): (soft plastic cover)
    • 6th edition, 1966 (xiii+584 pages + 1 inlet sheet):[nb 6]
    • 7th reviewed and corrected edition, 1967 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 8th edition, 1967 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet): (soft plastic cover)
    • 8th unchanged edition, 1967 (xiii+585 pages): (soft plastic cover)
    • 8th edition, 1968 [1967] (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 9th edition, 1969 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 10th edition, 1969 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet): (soft plastic cover)
    • 10th edition, 1969 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet): (soft plastic cover)
    • 10th edition, 1970 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet):
    • 11th edition, 1971 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets):
    • 12th edition, 1973 (xiii+585 pages + 1 inlet sheet)
    • 12th edition, 1973 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets):
    • 13th edition, 1973 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets): ISBN 3-87144-016-7 / ISBN 978-3-87144-016-8
    • 15th edition, 1975 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets)
    • 15th edition, 1975 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets): ISBN 3-87144-016-7 / ISBN 978-3-87144-016-8
    • 16th edition, 1976 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets)
    • 16th edition, 1976 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets): ISBN 3-87144-016-7 / ISBN 978-3-87144-016-8
    • 17th edition, 1977 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets):
    • 17th edition, 1977 (xiii+585 pages + 2 inlet sheets): ISBN 3-87144-016-7 / ISBN 978-3-87144-016-8
    • 18th edition, 1978 (xiii+585 pages)[3][2]

Slovenian editionsEdit

Translator: Žabkar, Albin (sl)

Serbo-Croatian editionEdit

Editor: Blanuša, Danilo.
Translators: Vistrička, Zvonko; Uremović, Ivan

  • Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb Matematički priručnik za inženjere i studente:
    • 1st edition, 1964 (695 pages, based on 9th Russian edition, 1962)

English editionsEdit

Translators: Jaworowski, Jan W.; Bleicher, Michael N.

1979–1991: Grosche and Ziegler editionsEdit

German editionsEdit

Editors: Grosche, Günter;[nb 5] Ziegler, Viktor;[nb 3] Ziegler, Dorothea.[nb 4]
Authors: Beckmann, Peter (de); Belger, Martin; Benker, Hans; Denkmann, Norbert; Deweß, Monika; Erfurth, Horst; Gentemann, Helmut; Göthner, Peter; Gottwald, Siegfried; Grosche, Günter; Hilbig, Harald; Hofmann, Reinhard; Kästner, Herbert (de); Purkert, Walter (de); vom Scheidt, Jürgen (de); Semendjajew, Konstantin Adolfowitsch; Vettermann, Theodor; Wünsch, Volkmar; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).[3][4]

Editors: Grosche, Günter; Ziegler, Viktor; Ziegler, Dorothea.
Authors: Bär, Gunter; Deweß, Günter; Deweß, Monika; Gerber, Siegmar (de); Göhde, Dietrich; Jentsch, Lothar; Miller, Maximilian (de); Piehler, Joachim; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).[4]

English editionsEdit

Editor: Beckmann, Peter (de).
Translator: Hirsch, Kurt August

Russian editionsEdit

Editors: Grosche, Günter; Ziegler, Viktor; Ziegler, Dorothea.

  • Nauka (Наука) / Tec-Theor-Lit Spravočnik po matematike: dlja inženerov i učaščichsja vtuzov:
    • 12th completely revised edition, 1980 (retranslation from 19th German edition)[2]
    • 12th edition, 1981 (718 pages, retranslation from 19th German edition, 1979)
  • Nauka (Наука), Moscow[2] / GFML (ГФМЛ) Sprawotschnik po matematike dlja inschenerow i utschaschtschichsja wtusow Справочник по математике для инженеров и учащихся втузов:

Japanese editionsEdit

Translators: Miyamoto, Toshio (宮本 敏雄); Matsuda, Nobuyuki (松田 信行).

Spanish editionsEdit

Editor: Aparicio Bernardo, Emiliano.
Translator: Harding Rojas, Inés.

1995–2013: Zeidler editionsEdit

German editionsEdit

Editor (part I): Zeidler, Eberhard (de).[nb 9]
Authors (part I): Hackbusch, Wolfgang; Schwarz, Hans Rudolf; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).[2][4]

Editors (part II): Grosche, Günter; Ziegler, Viktor; Ziegler, Dorothea; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).
Authors (part II): Claus, Volker (de); Deweß, Günter; Deweß, Monika; Diekert, Volker; Fuchssteiner, Benno; Gottwald, Siegfried; Gündel, Susanne; Hoschek, Josef; Olderog, Ernst-Rüdiger; Richter, Michael M.; Schenke, Michael; Widmayer, Peter; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).[2][4]

Editors: Zeidler, Eberhard (de).
Authors: Hackbusch, Wolfgang; Hromkovič, Juraj; Luderer, Bernd (de); Schwarz, Hans Rudolf; Blath, Jochen; Schied, Alexander; Dempe, Stephan; Wanka, Gert (de); Gottwald, Siegfried; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).

Editors: Zeidler, Eberhard (de).
Authors: Hackbusch, Wolfgang; Hromkovič, Juraj; Luderer, Bernd (de); Schwarz, Hans Rudolf; Blath, Jochen; Schied, Alexander; Dempe, Stephan; Wanka, Gert (de); Gottwald, Siegfried; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).

English editionsEdit

Editor: Zeidler, Eberhard (de).
Authors: Hackbusch, Wolfgang; Schwarz, Hans Rudolf; Zeidler, Eberhard (de).
Translator: Hunt, Bruce.

1992–2016: Musiol and Mühlig editionsEdit

German editionsEdit

Editors: Musiol, Gerhard (de);[nb 7] Mühlig, Heiner.[11][nb 8]
Authors: Baumann, Ulrike; Brunner, Jürgen; Flach, Günter (de); Fleischer, Norbert Mozesovich (Флайшер, Норберт Мозесович); Grauel, Adolf; Reif, Roland; Reitmann, Volker (Райтманн, Фолькер); Steinert, I.; Marsolek, Lothar; Musiol, Gerhard (de); Mühlig, Heiner; Nickel, Heinz; Weber, Matthias; Ziesche, Paul (de).[11]

Editors: Musiol, Gerhard (de);[nb 7] Mühlig, Heiner.[nb 8]
Authors: Baumann, Ulrike; Bernstein, Swanhild; Brand, Joachim; Brunner, Jürgen; Buchleitner, Andreas (CD-ROM only); Flach, Günter (de); Fleischer, Norbert Mozesovich (Флайшер, Норберт Мозесович); Grauel, Adolf; Reif, Roland; Reitmann, Volker (Райтманн, Фолькер); Rumpf, Benno (CD-ROM only); Steinert, I.; Tiersch, Markus (CD-ROM only); Marsolek, Lothar; Mulansky, Bernd; Musiol, Gerhard (de); Mühlig, Heiner; Nickel, Heinz; Weber, Matthias; Wellens, Thomas (CD-ROM only); Ziesche, Paul (de).

Slovenian editionsEdit

Contributors: Barbič, Janez; Dolinar, Gregor; Jurčič-Zlobec, Borut; Mramor Kosta, Neža.
Translator: Barbič, Janez.

English editionsEdit

Editors: Musiol, Gerhard (de);[nb 7]Mühlig, Heiner.[nb 8]
Authors: Baumann, Ulrike; Brunner, Jürgen; Flach, Günter (de); Fleischer, Norbert Mozesovich (Флайшер, Норберт Мозесович); Grauel, Adolf; Reif, Roland; Reitmann, Volker (Райтманн, Фолькер); Steinert, I.; Marsolek, Lothar; Musiol, Gerhard (de); Mühlig, Heiner; Nickel, Heinz; Weber, Matthias; Ziesche, Paul (de).
Translator: Szép, Gabriella.

Editors: Musiol, Gerhard (de);[nb 7] Mühlig, Heiner.[nb 8]
Authors: Baumann, Ulrike; Bernstein, Swanhild; Brand, Joachim; Brunner, Jürgen; Buchleitner, Andreas (CD-ROM only); Flach, Günter (de); Fleischer, Norbert Mozesovich (Флайшер, Норберт Мозесович); Grauel, Adolf; Reif, Roland; Reitmann, Volker (Райтманн, Фолькер); Rumpf, Benno (CD-ROM only); Steinert, I.; Tiersch, Markus (CD-ROM only); Tóth, János; Marsolek, Lothar; Mulansky, Bernd; Musiol, Gerhard (de); Mühlig, Heiner; Nickel, Heinz; Weber, Matthias; Wellens, Thomas (CD-ROM only); Ziesche, Paul (de).

Croatian editionEdit

Serbian editionEdit

Translators: Šućur, Miljenko; Valčić Trkulja, Milena.

Bronshtein-integrabilityEdit

Due to Bronshtein and Semendyayev containing a comprehensive table of analytically solvable integrals, integrals are sometimes referred to as being "Bronshtein-integrable" in German universities if they can be looked up in the book (in playful analogy to terms like Riemann-integrability and Lebesgue-integrability).[26]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Ilya Nikolaevich Bronshtein (Илья Николаевич Бронштейн) (1903–1976, GND 104989742, 1089147996) worked on the state's technical university MAMI in Moscow, History of chair of mathematics at MAMI, in Russian
  2. ^ Konstantin Adolfovic Semendyayev (Константин Адольфович Семендяев) (*1908-12-09, Simferopol to †1988-11-15, GND 104989750) worked in the department of applied mathematics of the Steklov Institute in Moscow. He carried out pioneering work in the area of numerical weather forecasting in Russia. Russian biography
  3. ^ a b c d Viktor Ziegler (1922-02-10, Kurschani to 1980-10-06, Leipzig, Germany). [1]
  4. ^ a b Dorothea Ziegler née Hüttner (1924-06-26, Leipzig to 2013-01-18, Frauwalde), Germany. [2] [3]
  5. ^ a b Günter Grosche (–1998, GND 1014419204), Leipzig, Germany. [4]
  6. ^ a b c According to DNB-IDN 572534310, 572534353 the distribution license for Verlag Harri Deutsch was for the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) including Berlin (West), as well as for Switzerland, but not for Austria and other German-speaking regions. According to Hans-Joachim Girlich, Edition Leipzig (de) was responsible for distribution to Austria.
  7. ^ a b c d e Gerhard Musiol (de) (*1930-11-26, Deutzen, Germany) Dresden, Germany. GND 106735462, 160023831. [5]
  8. ^ a b c d e Heiner Mühlig (1933–) Burgstädt, Germany. Dresden, Germany. GND 106922890, 1025708008.
  9. ^ a b Eberhard Zeidler (de) (*1940-10-06 to †2016-11-18) Leipzig, Germany. GND 121295869, 1090654693.
  10. ^ a b c Maximilian Miller (de) (1903–1980, GND 118733966), Dresden, Germany.

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