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1. Geometric Integration Theory by Hassler Whitney | |
Paperback: 400
Pages
(2005-12-10)
list price: US$22.95 -- used & new: US$5.62 (price subject to change: see help) Asin: 0486445836 Average Customer Review: Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
Editorial Review Product Description This treatment of geometric integration theory consists of an introduction to classical theory, a postulational approach to general theory, and a section on Lebesgue theory. Covers the theory of the Riemann integral; abstract integration theory; some relations between chains and functions; Lipschitz mappings; chains and additive set functions, more. 1957 edition. Customer Reviews (1)
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2. Collected Papers of Hassler Whitney: Vol.2 (Contemporary Mathematicians) by James Eelles, Domingo Toledo | |
Hardcover: 600
Pages
(1992-02-07)
list price: US$271.00 -- used & new: US$265.58 (price subject to change: see help) Asin: 0817635599 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
3. Topology;: Lecture notes, Harvard, 1936 by Hassler Whitney | |
Unknown Binding:
Pages
(1936)
Asin: B0008C2CGA Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
4. Introduction to pure mathematics;: Lecture notes, Harvard University, 1948 by Hassler Whitney | |
Unknown Binding: 169
Pages
(1948)
Asin: B0007JHAGQ Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
5. Geometric Integration Theory (Princeton Mathematical Series No. 21) by Hassler Whitney | |
Hardcover: 387
Pages
(1957)
Asin: B000LZO9QK Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
6. Can children remain themselves in the classroom?: An interview with Hassler Whitney by Hassler Whitney | |
Unknown Binding:
Pages
(1980)
Asin: B0006YJUEM Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
7. Collected Papers of Hassler Whitney (Contemporary Mathematicians) | |
Paperback:
Pages
(1991-06-01)
Isbn: 0817635513 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
8. Elementary mathematics activities: Part A by Hassler Whitney | |
Unknown Binding: 121
Pages
(1974)
Asin: B0006WE9AE Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
9. Complex Analytic Varieties by Hassler Whitney | |
Hardcover: 399
Pages
(1972)
Isbn: 0201086530 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
10. Geometric Integration Theory (Princeton Mathematical Series No. 21) by Hassler Whitney | |
Hardcover:
Pages
(1857)
Asin: B001DKR9C8 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
11. The Collected Papers: v. 1 (Contemporary Mathematicians) by Hassler Whitney | |
Hardcover: 590
Pages
(1991-12)
Isbn: 3764335580 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
12. Geometric integration theory (Princeton mathematical series ; no 21) by Hassler Whitney | |
Unknown Binding: 387
Pages
(1957)
Asin: B0000CJSL5 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
13. A traverse of the Dent Blanche by Hassler Whitney | |
Unknown Binding: 152
Pages
(1930)
Asin: B0008CDUPM Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
14. A Lost Mathematician, Takeo Nakasawa: The Forgotten Father of Matroid Theory | |
Hardcover: 234
Pages
(2009-02-27)
list price: US$69.95 -- used & new: US$63.19 (price subject to change: see help) Asin: 3764385723 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
Editorial Review Product Description Matroid theory was invented in the middle of the 1930s by two mathematicians independently, namely, Hassler Whitney in the USA and Takeo Nakasawa in Japan. Whitney became famous, but Nakasawa remained anonymous until two decades ago. He left only four papers to the mathematical community, all of them written in the middle of the 1930s. It was a bad time to have lived in a country that had become as eccentric as possible. Just as Nazism became more and more flamboyant in Europe in the 1930s, Japan became more and more esoteric and fanatical in the same time period. This book explains the little that is known about Nakasawa’s personal life in a Japan that had, among other failures, lost control over its military. This book contains his four papers in German and their English translations as well as some extended commentary on the history of Japan during those years. The book also contains 14 photos of him or his family. Although the veil of mystery surrounding Nakasawa’s life has only been partially lifted, the work presented in this book speaks eloquently of a tragic loss to the mathematical community. |
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