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The Founders of Index Theory

Reminiscences of Atiyah, Bott, Hirzebruch, and Singer
  • 358 Pages
  • 1.64 MB
  • English
Intl Pr
Topology, Science, Science/Mathematics, Mathematical Ph
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Open LibraryOL8731455M
ISBN 101571461205
ISBN 139781571461209

The Founders of Index Theory, Second Edition is a valuable portrayal of four men who transformed mathematics in a profound manner, and who belong to a class of researchers whose interest and influence transcend the conventional boundaries of mathematical fields. pages, plus 40 pages of color and black-white : various.

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It was in England, however, where practically the same device had been hit upon by Sir George Schuckburg-Evelyn inthat the theory and practice of index numbers were chiefly developed.

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