Editions Jacques Gabay - Ludwig SYLOW Translate this page Ludwig SYLOW. Ludwig SYLOW. 1832 - 1918. Au catalogue des Editions JacquesGabay ABEL uvres complètes, tomes I et II, 2e édition http://www.gabay.com/sources/Liste_Bio.asp?NP=SYLOW Ludwig
Editions Jacques Gabay - Index Des Auteurs Translate this page SIERPINSKI Waclaw. SINGIER Gaston. SOLOVINE Maurice. SOMMERFELD Arnold. SOURIAUJean-Marie. STAUDE O. STEINITZ Ernst. STUDY E. sylow ludwig. SZ.-NAGY Béla. http://www.gabay.com/sources/Liste_Auteurs.asp?Lettre=S
References For Sylow References for ludwig sylow. Soc. Bull. 33 (1994), 5563. HB Kragemo,ludwig sylow, Norsk Matematisk Tidsskrift 15 (1933), 73-99. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Sylow.html
Extractions: B Birkeland, Ludwig Sylow's lectures on algebraic equations and substitutions, Christiania (Oslo), 1862: An introduction and a summary, Historia Mathematica G Casadio and G Zappa, History of the Sylow theorem and its proofs (Italian), Boll. Storia Sci. Mat. R Gow, Sylow's proof of Sylow's theorem, Irish Math. Soc. Bull. H B Kragemo, Ludwig Sylow, Norsk Matematisk Tidsskrift Amphora : Festschrift for Hans Wussing on the occasion of his 65th birthday (Basel- Boston- Berlin, 1992), 439-467. Historia Math. T Skolem, Ludwig Sylow und seine wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten, Norsk matematisk forenings skrifter E Stensholt, Ludvig Sylow and his theorems (Norwegian), Normat W C Waterhouse, The early proofs of Sylow's theorem, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. Main index Birthplace Maps Biographies Index
AlgebraResources - History Pascal, Blaise. sylow, ludwig. Sylvester, James Joseph. General Mathematical History.The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive very complete and worthwhile. http://www.central.edu/AlgebraResources/ARHistory.html
3P5.11Sylow.html Part 11 sylow's Theorems sylow's First Theorem ludwig sylow (18321918) was a Norwegian mathematician who discovered the first deep theorems connecting number theory to the structure of finite groups. http://www.maths.uwa.edu.au/~schultz/3P5.2000/3P5.11Sylow.html
Extractions: Sylow's First Theorem Ludwig Sylow (1832-1918) was a Norwegian mathematician who discovered the first deep theorems connecting number theory to the structure of finite groups. He was not aware of group actions so his proofs were long and complicated inductions, but nowadays these proofs are a breeze. First we need a preliminary result. Definition A p-group is a group G whose order is a power of a prime p. It follows from Lagrange's Theorem that if G is a p-group, then every element has p-power order and from Cauchy's Theorem that if G is a group in which every element has p-power order, then G is a p-group. Notation Let G be a group acting on a set X . Extending our previous notation, let Y be a subset of X and H a subset of G . Define G Y G : y g stabilizer of Y in G , a subgroup of G X H X : x g fixed set of H Y H g G is just the orbit of x. In case H is a subgroup and Y is a union of orbits of H, H Y is the group H acting on the set Y. Cauchy's Theorem is a first step towards a converse of Lagrange's Theorem. A full converse would state that if n is a positive integer dividing the order of a finite group G, then G has a subgroup of order n. Of course this is false - we know that A A is simple. Sylow's Theorem says that nevertheless the statement is true if n is a prime power.
Sylow Peter ludwig Mejdell sylow. Born 12 ludwig sylow studied at ChristianiaUniversity and won a mathematics contest in 1853. He then http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Sylow.html
Extractions: Ludwig Sylow studied at Christiania University and won a mathematics contest in 1853. He then took the high school teacher examination in 1856 and, as no university post was available, taught in the town of Frederikshald from 1858 to 1898. Sylow continued his mathematical studies however (see [2]) at first working on elliptic functions in the tradition of Abel and Jacobi , inspired by the professor of pure mathematics Ole Jacob Broch. Finding Abel 's papers on the solvability of algebraic equations by radicals more interesting, Sylow was led from them (by the professor in applied mathematics, Carl Bjerknes ) to Galois In 1861 Sylow obtained a scholarship to travel and visited Berlin and Paris. In Paris he attended lectures by Chasles on the theory of conics , by Liouville on rational mechanics and by Duhamel on the theory of limits. He says, in the report he wrote at the end of the scholarship, that he also:-
Sylow Biography of ludwig sylow (18321918) ludwig sylow studied at Christiania University and won a mathematics contest in 1853. http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Sylow.html
Extractions: Ludwig Sylow studied at Christiania University and won a mathematics contest in 1853. He then took the high school teacher examination in 1856 and, as no university post was available, taught in the town of Frederikshald from 1858 to 1898. Sylow continued his mathematical studies however (see [2]) at first working on elliptic functions in the tradition of Abel and Jacobi , inspired by the professor of pure mathematics Ole Jacob Broch. Finding Abel 's papers on the solvability of algebraic equations by radicals more interesting, Sylow was led from them (by the professor in applied mathematics, Carl Bjerknes ) to Galois In 1861 Sylow obtained a scholarship to travel and visited Berlin and Paris. In Paris he attended lectures by Chasles on the theory of conics , by Liouville on rational mechanics and by Duhamel on the theory of limits. He says, in the report he wrote at the end of the scholarship, that he also:-
Sylow, Ludwig Mejdell sylow, ludwig Mejdell (18321918). Norwegian mathematician who in1872 published his fundamental theorem on groups and the type of http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Biographies/MainBiographies/S/Sylow/1.html
Sylow Portraits Portraits of ludwig sylow ludwig sylow. JOC/EFR November 2002 http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/history/PictDisplay/Sylow.html
Mathematicians Thoralf Albert Snell, Willebrord, Sommerville, Duncan MacLaren Young Steiner, JakobStevinus, Simon Stieltjes, Thomas Jan sylow, ludwig Mejdell Sylvester, James http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Biographies/Categories/Scientists/Mathematic
Poster Of Sylow ludwig sylow. lived from 1832 to 1918. sylow was a high school teacher who proved, in 1872, what is perhaps the most http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Posters2/Sylow.html
Poster Of Sylow ludwig sylow. died 85 years ago. 7th September 1918 http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/Posters/907b.html
December 2001 Bowman Robinson. 9 Grace Hopper, 10 Ada Lovelace, 11 Otto Szász,12 ludwig sylow, 13 George Polya, 14 Tycho Brahe, 15 János Bolyai.16 http://mathforum.org/~judyann/calendar/December2001.html
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2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan(TM) In Seoul Denmark, Dansk Boldspil Union DBU, ludwig sylow. Spain, Madrid FootballClub, Andre Espir. Sweden, Svenska Bollspells Forbundet SBF, ludwig sylow. http://worldcup.seoul.go.kr/en/2002/history/history_01.htm
Extractions: TM Historical Background The World Cup is the world's most popular single sporting event. The World Cup originates from the Olympic games of the 20th century. In 1920, at the Antwerp Olympic Games, 14 nations from South America, Asia, and Africa participated in football matches. In the 1928 Olympic games that was held in Amsterdam, 17 nations gathered to participate in football matches. On May 26, 1920, FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) announced its plans to organize football competitions; this was the birth of the World Cup. During the FIFA General Congress of June 1929, FIFA president, Jules Rimet passed a vote to create the World Cup. He said, "We will open the World Cup match to all member nations to send their teams to participate". Consequently, the first World Cup match was held in 1930 in Uruguay. Unfortunately, it was held during a transition period between World War I and the world economic crisis of 1929 and not one European country applied to join in the event.
List Of Group Theory Topics - Wikipedia Abel; Evariste Galois; Augustin Louis Cauchy; Arthur Cayley; Otto ludwigHölder; Camille Jordan; ludwig sylow; Ferdinand Georg Frobenius; http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_group_theory_topics
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List Of Mathematicians - Wikipedia Michael Stifel (Germany, 1487 1567) Thomas Joannes Stieltjes (Netherlands, 1856- 1894) James Stirling (Scotland, 1692 - 1770) ludwig sylow (Norway, 1832 http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mathematicians
Extractions: Main Page Recent changes Edit this page Older versions Special pages Set my user preferences My watchlist Recently updated pages Upload image files Image list Registered users Site statistics Random article Orphaned articles Orphaned images Popular articles Most wanted articles Short articles Long articles Newly created articles Interlanguage links All pages by title Blocked IP addresses Maintenance page External book sources Printable version Talk Other languages: Svenska From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 293 famous mathematicians are listed below in English alphabetical transliteration order (by surnames Niels Henrik Abel (Norway, Ralph H. Abraham (USA, University of California, Santa Cruz Wilhelm Ackermann (Germany, Maria Gaetana Agnesi (Italy, Lars Valerian Ahlfors (Finland, Jean Le Rond d'Alembert (France, Abu Ja'far Muhammad Ibn Musa Al-Khwarizmi (Persia Alexander Anderson (Scotland, André-Marie Ampere (France, Apollonius (Perga, 265 B.C. 170 B.C. Archimedes (Syracuse, 287 B.C. 212 B.C. Aristotle (Greece, 384 B.C.
Brief History Ludvig sylow; Netherlands Carl Anton Wilhelm Hirschmann; Switzerland VictorE. Schneider; the Madrid Football Club André Espir; Sweden ludwig sylow. http://www.fifa.com/fifa/index_E.html
Extractions: Where it all began The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) was founded in the rear of the headquarters of the Union Française de Sports Athlétiques at the rue Saint Honoré 229 in Paris on 21 May 1904. The foundation act was signed by the authorized representatives of the following Associations: Representing France were: Robert Guérin and André Espir; Belgium: Louis Muhlinghaus and Max Kahn; Denmark: Ludvig Sylow; Netherlands: Carl Anton Wilhelm Hirschmann; Switzerland: Victor E. Schneider; the Madrid Football Club: André Espir; Sweden: Ludwig Sylow.