Heritage of European Mathematics

Heritage of European Mathematics

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… il me paraît que si l'on veut faire des progrès dans les mathématiques il faut étudier les maîtres…  … it appears to me that if one wants to make progress in mathematics one should study the masters …             (Niels Henrik Abel, in his Paris notebook dated 6 August 1826)  This series features the selected or collected works of distinguished mathematicians. Biographies of and correspondence between outstanding mathematicians, as well as other texts of historico-mathematical interest are also included.  Advisory Board: Ciro Ciliberto (Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”), Ildar A. Ibragimov (Steklov Institute, St. Petersburg), Władysław Narkiewicz (Uniwersytet Wrocławski) and Samuel J. Patterson (Universität Göttingen) ISSN print 2523-5214, ISSN online 2523-5222

Published in this series:

H. Iwaniec, W. Narkiewicz, J. Urbanowicz (Eds): Andrzej Schinzel, Selecta J. Beery, J. Stedall (Eds): Thomas Harriot’s Doctrine of Triangular Numbers: the ‘Magisteria Magna’ T. A. Springer, D. van Dalen (Eds): Hans Freudenthal, Selecta A. Papadopoulos (Ed.): Nikolai I. Lobachevsky, Pangeometry J. Stedall: From Cardano’s great art to Lagrange’s reflections: filling a gap in the history of algebra P. M. Neumann: The mathematical writings of Évariste Galois P. Roquette: Contributions to the History of Number Theory in the 20th Century F. Buekenhout et al. (Eds): Jacques Tits, Œuvres – Collected Works, Volumes I–IV D. Dumbaugh, J. Schwermer: Emil Artin and Beyond – Class Field Theory and L-Functions M. Bečvářová, I. Netuka: Karl Löwner and His Student Lipman Bers – Pre-war Prague Mathematicians H. P. de Saint-Gervais: Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces F. Jaëck et al. (Eds): Gösta Mittag-Leffler and Vito Volterra. 40 Years of Correspondence