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|Named Person:||Karl Weierstrass; Thomas Craig; Thomas Craig; Karl Weierstrass|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Other Titles:||Weierstrass (Karl) lectures|
The lectures are drawn from Weierstrass's work in the calculus of variations and are specific to variation accounting. The lectures are written in German, not translated, and were presented at the University of Berlin during the summer semester, 1879. It is likely that this was a copy of a circulating manuscript of the lectures belonging to Thomas Craig (1855-1900) who was professor of mathematics at Hopkins, 1892-1900. The lectures were published in Weierstrass's Works.