People from these backgrounds are more likely to have valid ideas rather than the speculative humbug of many other writers. Books I have found so far:
Burton P. Fabricand, The Science Of Winning, last edition/printing 2002, and Beating The Street, 1969.
John Allen Paulos, A Mathematician Plays The Stock Market, last edition/printing 2007.
Warren Brussee, Getting Started In Investment Analysis, 2009.
Are there any other authors from these backgrounds who have written about stock market investment?
I am not particularly interested in people from a finance background who have written investment books such as Burton G. Malkiel A Random Walk Down Wall Street or the many financial textbooks such as Brealey and Myers Principles Of Corporate Finance, because I have studied them already.
Edit: two other authors who fulfil my criterion, that I had forgotten about as I have not read them:
Edward Thorp, Beat The Market, 1967.
Benoit Mandelbrot, The Misbehaviour Of Markets, last edition/printing 2008.