Author: Felix Klein
Title: 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 Northweste
Publisher: New York, London, Macmillan and co.
Subject (keywords, tags): Mathematics
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 [epsilon] and [pi].--VIII. 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 GГ¶ttingen.--Appendix
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