Mathematician:Rudolf von Bitter Rucker

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Rudy Rucker is an American mathematician, computer scientist, science fiction author and philosopher.

Best known (in the field of mathematics) for his work Infinity and the Mind.


Nationality

American

History

  • Born: March 22, 1946 in Louisville, Kentucky


Theorems and Definitions

Publications

Non-fiction

Fiction

  • The Ware Tetralogy
    • 1982: Software
    • 1988: Wetware
    • 1997: Freeware
    • 2000: Realware
  • Transrealist novels
    • 1980: White Light
    • 1981: Spacetime Donuts
    • 1983: The Sex Sphere
    • 1985: The Secret of Life
    • 1994: The Hacker and the Ants
    • 1999: Saucer Wisdom (novel marketed as non-fiction)
    • 2003: The Hacker and the Ants (Revised 'Version 2.0')
  • Other Novels
    • 1984: Master of Space and Time
    • 1990: The Hollow Earth
    • 2002: Spaceland
    • 2002: As Above, So Below: A Novel of Pieter Brueghel
    • 2004: Frek and the Elixir
    • 2006: Mathematicians in Love
    • 2007: Postsingular
    • 2009: Hylozoic
  • Story collections
    • 1983: The Fifty-Seventh Franz Kafka
    • 1991: Transreal! (also includes some non-fiction essays)
    • 2000: Gnarl! (complete short stories)
    • 2006: Mad Professor