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The Evanston colloquium: lectures on mathematics delivered from Aug. 28 to Sept. 9, 1893 before members of the Congress of Mathematics held in connection with the World's Fair in Chicago at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.,

Author: Felix Klein; Alexander Ziwet
Publisher: New York, American Mathematical Society, 1911.
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Klein, Felix, 1849-1925.
Evanston colloquium.
New York, American Mathematical society, 1911
(OCoLC)609297569
Named Person: Alfred Clebsch; Sophus Lie
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Felix Klein; Alexander Ziwet
OCLC Number: 3165367
Notes: The appendix, "The development of mathematics at the German universities, by F. Klein", is a translation of the section "Mathematik" in the work "Die deutschen Universitäten", Berlin, A. Asher & co., 1893.
Description: ix, 109 pages diagram 23 cm
Contents: I. Clebsch.--II-III. Sophus Lie.--IV. On the real shape of algebraic curves and surfaces.--V. Theory of functions and geometry.--VI. On the mathematical character of space-intuition, and the relation of pure mathematics to the applied sciences.--VII. The transcendency of the numbers e and .--VII. Ideal numbers.--IX. The solution of higher algebraic equations.--X. On some recent advances in hyperelliptic and Abelian functions.--XI. The most recent researches in non-Euclidean geometry.--XII. The study of mathematics at Göttingen.--Appendix.
Responsibility: by Felix Klein. Reported by Alexander Ziwet.

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