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Benedetto Castelli

  1. Here he studied philosophy and theology and came in contact with Benedetto Castelli, who introduced him to the study of geometry. (Web site)
  2. Benedetto Castelli studied at the University of Padua and later became an abbot at the Benedictine monastery in Monte Cassino.
  3. In Pisa, Cavalieri was taught mathematics by Benedetto Castelli, a lecturer in mathematics at the University of Pisa. (Web site)


  1. Brahmadeva was the son of Candrabudha.
  2. Brahmadeva was an Indian mathematician who wrote a commentary on the work of Aryabhata I.


  1. Abu-l-Fath Mahmud ibn Mohammed ibn Qasim ibn Fadl al-Isfahani was a 10th century Persian mathematician. (Web site)
  2. Al-Isfahani has contributed to conics. (Web site)
  3. Abu al-Fath Mahmud ibn Muhammad ibn Qasim ibn Fadl al-Isfahani was a 10th century Persian mathematician. (Web site)

Aryabhata Ii

  1. Aryabhata II was an Indian mathematician who wrote about astronomy as well as geometry.

Abu Kamil

  1. Firstly Abu Kamil is the first Arabic mathematician who we know solved indeterminate problems of the type found in Diophantus 's work. (Web site)
  2. It was written by Abu Kamil, not for mathematicians, but rather for government land surveyors. (Web site)
  3. For the pentagon and decagon the rules which Abu Kamil gives, although without proof in this work, were fully proved in his algebra book. (Web site)

Abraham Robertson

  1. Abraham Robertson was an English mathematician: He held the Savilian Chair of Geometry at the University of Oxford from 1797 to 1809.

Andrey Markov

  1. The Russian mathematician, Andrey Markov, introduced his models early in the 20th century. (Web site)
  2. From 1889 on Voronoy studied at Saint Petersburg University, where he was a student of Andrey Markov. (Web site)

Adolf Kneser

  1. Adolf Kneser was taught by Kronecker and also influenced by Weierstrass. (Web site)

Adriaan Van Roomen

  1. A second took place when Vieta pointed to Apollonius's problem of taction as not yet being mastered, and Adriaan van Roomen gave a solution by the hyperbola. (Web site)
  2. P Bockstaele, adriaan van roomen,Nationaal biografisch woordenboek (Brussels, 1966), 751765. (Web site)
  3. Adriaan van Roomen or Adrianus Romanus calculated to 16 decimal places using Archimedes' method.

Adrien Douady

  1. Adrien Douady (born 1935) is a French mathematician. (Web site)
  2. By the work of Adrien Douady and John H. Hubbard, this conjecture would result in a simple abstract "pinched disk" model of the Mandelbrot set. (Web site)
  3. First, Adrien Douady shows us a few examples of Julia sets, for various values of c. (Web site)


  1. Al-Sijzi was an Islamic astronomer and mathematician who wrote on the geometry of spheres.

Albert Tucker

  1. Albert Tucker was born in Ontario, Canada, and earned his B.A. at the University of Toronto in 1928.

Alexander Alexandrovich Friedman

  1. Then a young Russian mathematician, Alexander Alexandrovich Friedman, tried to show that my own equations allowed the universe to be expanding. (Web site)
  2. Lema--tre set forth had been proposed a few years before by Alexander Alexandrovich Friedman, as Einstein informed Fr.

Alexander Hurwitz

  1. Alexander Hurwitz is an American mathematician who discovered the 19th and 20th largest Mersenne primes in 1961. (Web site)

Alfred Clebsch

  1. Alfred Clebsch was born in K" onigsberg (now Kaliningrad) on January 19, 1833.

Alfred Enneper

  1. Alfred Enneper and Karl Weierstrass studied minimal surfaces as far back as 1863.
  2. Rhapsody in White, the team---s 2000 entry, represents a minimal surface discovered in 1864 by mathematician Alfred Enneper.
  3. Last check: 2007-10-08) Named after Alfred Enneper, a German mathematician, who published the surface around 1863. (Web site)

Alfred Gray

  1. Alfred Gray was born in Dallas, Texas and studied mathematics at the University of Kansas.
  2. Alfred Gray was an opera fan and also played the piano, harpsichord and oboe.

Alfred Tauber

  1. Alfred Tauber is a hematologist and biochemist by training.
  2. Alfred Tauber was a mathematician.

Alicia Boole Stott

  1. Alicia Boole Stott was always referred to familiarly as Alice. (Web site)
  2. Fig. 1. A reconstruction of seven of Alicia Boole Stott's models showing 3-dimensional slices of the 120-cell. (Web site)
  3. Alicia Boole Stott's father was the mathematician George Boole (for whom Boolean logic is named). (Web site)

Andrew Odlyzko

  1. Andrew Odlyzko is a mathematician best known for disproving the Mertens conjecture with Herman-J--J--te-Riele. (Web site)
  2. Andrew Odlyzko is a mathematician who is the head of the University of Minnesota 's Digital Technology Center. (Web site)

Andrzej Mostowski

  1. Andrzej Mostowski was one of the leading 20th century logicians. (Web site)

Antoni Zygmund

  1. He was a student of Antoni Zygmund; and later worked with Juliusz Schauder, and Stefan Kaczmarz.
  2. In 1955, Stein earned a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago under the direction of Antoni Zygmund.
  3. With his Ph.D. supervisor and mentor Antoni Zygmund he formulated the Calder--n-Zygmund theory of singular integral operators. (Web site)


  1. Apastamba was neither a mathematician in the sense that we would understand it today, nor a scribe who simply copied manuscripts like Ahmes . (Web site)
  2. Apastamba was the author of one of the most interesting of the Indian Sulbasutras from a mathematical point of view.

Arend Heyting

  1. Arend Heyting and his contribution to intuitionism.
  2. The intuitionist foundations of mathematics Arend Heyting; 3.
  3. Arend Heyting ( May 9, 1898 – July 9, 1980) was a Dutch mathematician and logician.

Arnaud Denjoy

  1. This integral was first defined by Arnaud Denjoy (1912).
  2. Arnaud Denjoy ( del 5 De enero el 5 es el 5to d a del a o en el calendario gregoriano . (Web site)
  3. Arnaud Denjoy 5 January 21 January ) was a French mathematician His contributions include work in harmonic analysis and differential equations . (Web site)

Arne Beurling

  1. Arne Beurling was a leading international figure who achieved beautiful results in mathematical analysis. (Web site)
  2. Arne Beurling was a leadinginternational figure who achieved beautiful results in mathematicalanalysis. (Web site)
  3. Arne Beurling was a professor in matematics at Uppsala University and from 1952 on, he worked at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton, New Jersey. (Web site)

Arnold Ross

  1. As chairman of the Department at the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Arnold Ross started a mathematics enrichment program for high school teachers in 1947.
  2. Who Wants to Be a Mathematician : Barry Mazur Gives Arnold Ross Lecture "Myself and the students had a wonderful time at both the lecture and the game.

August Leopold Crelle

  1. In 1825, Abel left home and traveled to Berlin, where he met August Leopold Crelle, a civil engineer and the builder of the first German railroad. (Web site)
  2. He spent six months in Berlin, where he became well acquainted with August Leopold Crelle, who was then about to publish his mathematical journal. (Web site)

Autolycus of Pitane

  1. Autolycus of Pitane is a bit hard to pin down. (Web site)

Barry Mazur

  1. BARRY MAZUR: One of the great things about this work is it embraces the ideas of so many mathematicians. (Web site)
  2. Barry Mazur was inspired by these ideas to develop an analogous theory for elliptic curves, including a version of Iwasawa's Main Conjecture in that context. (Web site)

Bernard Koopman

  1. This Prize was named after Bernard Koopman, a founding father of military operations research.
  2. Please find for me the full biography of Bernard Koopman, written by Philip Morse.


  1. Bhaskara is also known as Bhaskara II or as Bhaskaracharya (meaning "Bhaskara the Teacher"). (Web site)
  2. Bhaskara is also known as Bhaskara II or as Bhaskaracharya, may be considered the high point of Indian mathematical knowledge in the 12th century. (Web site)
  3. Bhaskara is also known as Bhaskara II or as Bhaskaracharya, this latter name meaning " Bhaskara the Teacher". (Web site)
  4. Bhaskara is also known as bhaskara ii or as Bhaskaracharya, this lattername meaning Bhaskara the Teacher . (Web site)
  5. Bhaskara was an original thinker, too.

Boris Delaunay

  1. Web Results for: boris delaunay 1-10 of about 1,050 results Search took 0.17 seconds. (Web site)
  2. The triangulation is named after the Russian geometer Boris Delaunay (also Delone) who introduced it in his seminal paper [14] in 1934.

Cahit Arf

  1. Cahit Arf was born in Thessaloniki which, in 1910, was a part of the Ottoman Empire. (Web site)
  2. Cahit Arf was born on October 11 , 1910 in Selanik ( Thessaloniki ), which was then a part of the Ottoman Empire .

Caspar Wessel

  1. Viggo Brun: "Caspar Wessel et l'introduction géométrique des nombres complexes" Revue d'Histoire des Sciences 12 (1959), 19-24. (Web site)
  2. Last check: 2007-10-24) Caspar Wessel deltok i oppm--lingene, om vinteren kontrollberegnet han m--lingene og tegnet sammen resultatene fra alle landm--lerne. (Web site)
  3. Norske matematikere Kirsti Møller Pedersen (Kirsti Andersen): " Caspar Wessel og de komplekse tals repræsentasion." Normat 27 (2) (1979) pp. (Web site)

Cathleen Synge Morawetz

  1. May 1923: Cathleen Synge Morawetz, the second woman to serve as President of the AMS, was born in Toronto, Canada.
  2. Last check: 2007-11-06) Professor Cathleen Synge Morawetz was awarded an honorary doctor of science degree Nov. (Web site)
  3. Cathleen Synge Morawetz (5 mai 1923, Toronto - ) est une math--maticienne canadienne.

Cedric Smith

  1. Cedric Smith is an actor. (Web site)

Cesare Burali-Forti

  1. Translate this page cesare burali-forti Arezzo 1861- Torino 1931. (Web site)
  2. Biography of cesare buraliforti (1861-1931) cesare burali-forti. (Web site)
  3. R Marcolongo, cesare burali-forti,Bollettino dell'Unione matematica italiana 10 (1931), 182-185. (Web site)

Charles Bossut

  1. Charles Bossut was a French mathematician who was famed for his textbooks which were widely used throughout France.
  2. The abbé Charles Bossut (1730-1814) was a noted mathematician and geometer. (Web site)

Charles Ehresmann

  1. Charles Ehresmann ( 1905 - 1979) was a French mathematician who worked on differential topology and category theory.
  2. Charles Ehresmann: OEuvres compl`etes et comment'ees.
  3. Web Results for: charles ehresmann 1-10 of about 752 results Search took 0.21 seconds. (Web site)

Charles Fefferman

  1. Charles Fefferman is a renowned mathematician at Princeton.He is a Fields medal winner for work in mathematical analysis. (Web site)
  2. Charles Fefferman was a child prodigy.

Charles Hermite

  1. Charles Hermite was well liked by his peers and students. (Web site)

Christian Doppler

  1. Christian Doppler was an Austrian mathematician who lived between 1803-1853.
  2. Christian Doppler was born in Salzburg as the son of a stone-mason. (Web site)
  3. Christian Doppler was born in Salzburg, Austria as the son of a stone-mason.
  4. Christian Doppler was born in this family house and, of course, the family tradition would have had him grow up to take over the stonemason's business. (Web site)

Christian Goldbach

  1. This 1 page paper provides an overview of an abstract of a research paper on the mathematician Christian Goldbach and his prime conjecture.
  2. Euler's interest in number theory can be traced to the influence of Christian Goldbach, his friend in the St. Petersburg Academy. (Web site)
  3. Synopsis: Christian Goldbach (March 18, 1690 November 20, 1764) was a Prussian mathematician who also studied law.

Clifford Truesdell

  1. Born February 9, 1937 in Muncie, Indiana, Lawvere studied continuum mechanics as an undergraduate with Clifford Truesdell. (Web site)
  2. After graduation, Nash took a summer job in White Oak, Maryland working on a Navy research project being run by Clifford Truesdell.


  1. Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
  2. Science > Math > Mathematicians > K > Kamil, Abu. (Web site)
  3. Science > Math > Mathematicians > A > Aitken, Alexander Craig. (Web site)
  4. Science > Math > Mathematicians > C > Cavalieri, Bonaventura. (Web site)
  5. Science > Math > Recreations > Specific Numbers > Pi > Calculation. (Web site)

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