As a tie-in with Mathgen, I am offering randomly-generated mathematics textbooks for sale via Lulu. $5.00 per copy sold will be donated to the American Mathematical Society, for the support of (deterministic) research in mathematics. (The remaining cost of each book goes directly to Lulu to cover printing costs; I’m not keeping any of the money.)

Benefits:

- Each book contains over 300 pages of guaranteed mathematical rubbish, including theorems, proofs, and exercises. Also included is a randomly generated index and an exhaustive bibliography of over 250 non-existent references. Plus, a special cover blurb praising the book with randomly chosen cliches!
- Professionally bound and looks impressive on your desk or bookshelf
- A great joke gift for a mathematically inclined friend
- Use it as the textbook for your next topics course
- Much cheaper than most real textbooks
- Support random mathematical research (and the real kind too, since a portion of each sale benefits the American Mathematical Society)

Titles currently available:

*Galois Knot Theory: With Applications to Elementary Global K-Theory* by J. Maruyama (Buy!)

Softcover, 323 pages, US$17.08 (subject to change)

From the cover:

This up-to-date book is strongly recommended as a high school textbook. Intended for researchers and advanced graduate students, this eloquent book will introduce the reader to the classification of super-compact algebras as well as an example of Cantor. A brilliant discussion of closed lines is reserved to later chapters. […] The notable author is a prominent expert in non-linear category theory. In the last 769 years, many advances have been made in convex algebra. The reference combines a rewarding account of parabolic arithmetic with a up-to-date description of higher universal number theory.

Two older titles are also available. (The “quality” of the content is slightly lower as some bugs have been fixed since they were generated.)

*Convex Algebra* by E. Brown (Buy!)

Hardcover, 314 pages, US$25.53 (subject to change)

From the cover:

Intended for researchers and intermediate high school students, this illuminating resource will introduce the reader to everywhere singular scalars as well as uniqueness methods.

Convex Algebrawill be accessible to anyone familiar with singular potential theory and Galois theory. The renowned author makes a point of introducing universally multiplicative, anti-open arrows immediately…

*Higher Group Theory* by H. Smith (Buy!)

**With Applications to Non-Linear Mechanics**

Paperback, 351 pages, US$17.77 (subject to change)

From the cover:

Higher Group Theorywill be accessible to anyone familiar with microlocal operator theory and non-commutative mechanics. The prize-winning author’s comprehensive writing makes this monograph ideal for self-study by beginning high school students. A lucid discussion of contra-embedded numbers is reserved to later chapters. In the middle chapters, the focus shifts to questions of separability…

How can you possibly refuse?

Hi!

Can I order a book, but that my name was instead the author’s name?

Regards,

It takes a little bit of time to produce a book on Lulu, and in particular I can’t automate the process. So I’m not providing this. But if you download the Mathgen program, you can run it in “book mode”, which is what I used to create the books. It produces a PDF that is correctly formatted for Lulu’s 6×9 inch hardcover or paperback formats; you can upload it, pick out a cover, and order as many copies as you like (or as few as 1). (And you can send your own \$5.00 to the AMS if you like ðŸ™‚ )

Hi! I’m from Russia and I have a question: how can I buy a pdf version of these two books?

Thank you.

I don’t have any plans to sell electronic versions of the books. However, if you download the Mathgen program, you can run it with –product=book and get your very own book PDF.

This is so cool script. Thanks! I also published some mathgen generated books in Lulu.

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Cool. I found an interesting hobby to me and my close friends

This looks lovely, but why is e.g. Convex Algebra the most expensive despite having marginally fewer pages? Is there some other reason or were the contents therein particularly ‘insightful’?

Convex Algebrais hardcover whileHigher Group TheoryandGalois Knot Theoryare paperback. I actually like the paperback binding better, myself.Ahh… that one day I might cobble together the funds for one of these delights. (At least it’s better than throwing cash at SRP.)