# Logos

We show some logos and book covers designed
using the software package **prism** (© Michael Field, 1996).

Front cover of the proceedings of the 1990
*Australian Academy of Science* Symposium
on `The Role of Mathematics in Science'. (A colored version of this image,
called *Kachina Dolls*,
appears in Symmetry in Chaos.)

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**IMA Logo.** This image has been
used as a logo by the
*Institute for
Mathematics and its Applications*, University of Minnesota.
The image was originally discovered by
Jim Richardson',
Systems Analyst,
University of Sydney, Australia. For further investigation
of this logo, click on IMA logo.

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Front cover of an Oxford University Press text book
*Mathematics for GNVQ+GCSE* by
Buchanan and Gaulter, 1998.
The image is similar to *Gothic Medallion* (see
Figure 3.4(b), Symmetry in Chaos).

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Front cover of *Physical Chemistry* by
P W Atkins, OUP (1994). The image is based on
*Fractured Symmetries* (Figure 6.5,
Symmetry in Chaos).

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Front cover of *Inorganic Chemistry* by
D F Shriver, P W Atkins and C H Langford, OUP (1994). The image is based on
*Marching Troupe* (see Figure D.9, Symmetry in Chaos).

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Front cover of *Contemorary Abstract Algebra* by
Joseph A Gallian, Heath & Co (1994). The image is based on
*Lace by Nine* (see Figure 2.5,
Symmetry in Chaos).

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Image used for front cover of *Contemorary Abstract Algebra,
fourth edition* by
Joseph A Gallian, Houghton-Mifflin (1998). The image is based on
*Victorian Tiles* (see Figure 3.23,
Symmetry in Chaos).

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Front cover of *Precalculus* by
David Cohen, West Pub. Co (1993). The image is based on
*Golden Flintstone* (see Figure 5.5,
Symmetry in Chaos).

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The next image *Sunflower*
was used for the front cover of *Symmetry in Chaos* as well
as the front cover of
*Precalculus*, by Michael Sullivan and Michael Sullivan III,
Prentice-Hall (1998).

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Please note that all images shown on this page are ©
Michael Field, and may **not** be reproduced without my
**written permission**.

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