*From Cardinals to Chaos*. 1987*Particle Physics*. 1988, with Geoffrey B. West

- • Francoise Ulam.
**Esquisse**. 1987 - • Stanislaw M. Ulam.
**Vita**. excerpts from*Adventures of a Mathematician*. 1987 - • Gian-Carlo Rota.
**The Lost Cafe**. 1987 - • J. Carson Mark.
**From Above the Fray**. 1987 - • David Hawkins.
**The Spirit of Play---A Memoir for Stan Ulam**. 1987 - • R. Daniel Maudlin.
**Probability and Nonlinear Systems**. 1987 - • Paul R. Stein.
**Iteration of Maps, Strange Attractors, and Number Theory---An Ulamian Potpourri**. 1987 - • Jan Mycielski.
**Learning from Ulam: Measurable Cardinals, Ergodicity, and Biomathematics**. 1987 - • Ronald L. Graham.
**A Similarity Measure for Graphs---Reflections on a Theme of Ulam**. 1987 - • N. Metropolis.
**The Beginning of the Monte Carlo Method**. 1987 - • Roger Eckhardt.
**Stan Ulam, John von Neumann, and the Monte Carlo Method**. 1987 - • Tony Warnock.
**Randon-Number Generators**. 1987 - • Gary D. Doolen, John Hendricks.
**Monte Carlo at Work**. 1987 - • Francis H. Harlow.
**Early Work in Numerical Hydrodynamics**. 1987 - • Didier Besnard, Francis H. Harlow, Norman L. Johnson, Rick Rauenzahn, Jonathan Wolfe.
**Instabilities and Turbulence**. 1987 - • Brosl Hasslacher.
**Discrete Fluids**. 1987 - • Tsutomu Shimomura, Gary D. Doolen, Brosl Hasslacher, Castor Fu.
**Calculations Using Lattice Gas Techniques**. 1987 - • David K. Campbell.
**Nonlinear Science---From Paradigms to Practicalities**. 1987 **Let me start from a very simple, albeit circular, definition: nonlinear science is the study of those mathematical systems and natural phenomena that are***not*linear. Ever attuned to the possibility of*bons mots*, Stan once remarked that this was "like defining the bulk of zoology by calling it the study of 'non-elephant animals'." His point, clearly, was that the vast majority of mathematical equations and natural phenomena are nonlinear, with linearity being the exceptional, but important, case.- • Adrian Patrascioiu.
**The Ergodic Hypothesis: A Complicated Problem of Mathematics and Physics**. 1987 - • Stanislaw M. Ulam.
**Reflections on the Brain's Attempts to Understand Itself**.*Gamow Memorial Lecture*. 1982 - • William A. Beyer.
**An Ulam Distance**. 1987 - • Walter B. Goad.
**Sequence Analysis---Contributions by Ulam to Molecular Genetics**. 1987 - • J. Carson Mark, Stanislaw M. Ulam.
**A Memorable Memo**. 1947 - The numbers 0-100, in alphabetical order
- • Stanislaw M. Ulam.
**Sub Rosa---A Trialogue**. 1987 - • Francoise Ulam.
**Conversations with Rota**. 1987

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