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It was a happy day for me when I convinced — without difficulty — Walter de Gruyter Verlag to publish the collected papers of Krull . Of course , I had only an indefinite idea of the work to come , but much optimism .

Collected papers

Wolfgang Krull (1899-1971) is famous for his contributions to the area of maths now known as abstract commutative algebra. These two volumes contain all his papers published in mathematical periodicals. Volume 1 covers the period 1921 to 1938, Volume 2 covers the period 1939 to 1973.

Collected papers of Hans Rademacher 1

Its purpose is to collect all , or many , of the scattered papers published in the various journals by some of the most eminent mathematicians to have reached their professional maturity in this century .

Collected papers of Hans Rademacher  1


Die Berliner Jahre Schriften und Briefwechsel

The collected papers of Albert Einstein. German, English, and French. Includes bibliographies and indexes. Contents: v. 1. The early years, 1879–1902 / John Stachel, editor — v. 2. The Swiss years, writings, 1900–1909 — — v. 14.

Die Berliner Jahre   Schriften und Briefwechsel

The more than one thousand letters and several dozen writings included in this volume cover the years immediately before the final formulation of new quantum mechanics. The discovery of the Compton effect in 1923 vindicates Einstein's light quantum hypothesis. Niels Bohr still criticizes Einstein’s conception of light quanta and advances an alternative theory, but Walther Bothe and Hans Geiger perform a difficult experiment that decides in favor of Einstein’s theory. At the same time, Satyendranath Bose sends a new quantum theoretical derivation of Planck’s law to Einstein and he discovers what is now known as Bose-Einstein condensation. Einstein attempts to reformulate a unified theory of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields. In early November 1923, Einstein flees overnight to the Netherlands in the wake of threats on his life and anti-Semitic rioting in Berlin. He rejoins the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation in June 1924, and supports the idea of a European union. He joins the board of governors of Hebrew University, which opens in April 1925, and celebrates the event in Buenos Aires while on a seven-week lecture tour of Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil. During this period, he delivers lectures, meets with heads of state, visits major institutions, and attends receptions hosted by the local Jewish and German communities. He has a serious, but short-lived, falling out with his son Hans Albert and his first wife Mileva Maric-Einstein over how to invest part of the Nobel Prize money and he rescues his sister Maja and her husband from debt on their house. Einstein has a fourteen-month romantic relationship with his secretary, Betty Neumann, which he ends in October 1924.

Berliner Jahre Schriften und Briefwechsel

The collected papers of Albert Einstein. German, English, and French. Includes bibliographies and indexes. Contents: v. 1. The early years, 1879–1902 / John Stachel, editor — v. 2. The Swiss years, writings, 1900–1909 —— v. 15.

Berliner Jahre  Schriften und Briefwechsel

This volume covers one of the most thrilling two-year periods in twentieth-century physics, as matrix mechanics—developed chiefly by W. Heisenberg, M. Born, and P. Jordan—and wave mechanics—developed by E. Schrödinger—supplanted the earlier quantum theory. The almost one hundred writings by Einstein, of which a third have never been published, and the more than thirteen hundred letters show Einstein’s immense productivity and hectic pace of life. Einstein quickly grasps the conceptual peculiarities involved in the new quantum mechanics, such as the difference between Schrödinger’s wave function and a field defined in spacetime, or the emerging statistical interpretation of both matrix and wave mechanics. Inspired by correspondence with G. Y. Rainich, he investigates with Jakob Grommer the problem of motion in general relativity, hoping for a hint at a new avenue to unified field theory. Einstein falls victim to scientific fraud when, in a collaboration with E. Rupp, he becomes convinced that the latter’s experiments, aimed at deciding whether excited atoms emit light instantaneously (in quanta) or in a finite time (in waves), confirm a wave-theoretic explanation. While it was known that the teenage Einstein had been romantically involved with Marie Winteler in 1895, newly discovered documents reveal that his love for Marie was rekindled in 1909–10 while he was still married to Mileva Marić. The 1925 Locarno Treaties renew Einstein’s optimism in European reconciliation. He backs the “International manifesto against compulsory military service” and continues his participation in the League of Nations’ International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation. He remains intensely committed to the shaping of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, although his enthusiasm for this cause is sorely tested.

Collected Papers on Alexander the Great

(See no. 26inthis collection.)] 9Forthe events here summarized, seethe standard works. 10 Sources collected inBerve, s.v. Пαρμενίων; Φιλώτας 802. Cf. Beloch, Griech. Gesch. 42.l (Berlin and Leipzig 1925) 20f. 11Arr. 3.6.5, Piut. Alex.

Collected Papers on Alexander the Great

Professor Ernst Badian (1925-2011) was one of the most influential Alexander historians of the twentieth century. His first articles on the subject appeared in 1958, and he continued for a full fifty years to reshape scholarly perception of the reign of Alexander the Great. A steady output of articles was reinforced by lectures and reviews in his own formidable style. Badian's earliest work transformed understanding of aspects of the Roman Republic, and he continued to work on that area throughout his career; but his series of studies of Alexander the Great (which he deliberately never summed up in a synoptic work) demolished the hero of his predecessors such as Droysen and Tarn, whom he regarded as starry-eyed hero-worshippers, and created an Alexander on the model of a twentieth-century tyrant. The Alexander who was a ruthless killer of his rivals and those who disagreed with him, a mass-murderer in his conquests, and perhaps even an incompetent imperialist, has superseded the Alexander whose mission it was to bring Greek civilization to the ends of the earth. These essays and articles provide a new layer in the interpretation of a figure who has not ceased to fascinate since his death in 323 BC. Many of these articles were published in out-of-the-way journals and conference volumes, and are brought together here for the first time in a collection which will provide student and scholar with a view of the full range of Badian's work on Alexander. Certain ephemeral pieces and all reviews except one have been excluded, by the wish of the author. The twenty-seven articles included were all revised by the author before his death, but there has been no other editorial intervention. The volume also includes a portrait, and an introduction by Eugene Borza surveying Badian's career and contribution. No one who works on Alexander the Great can afford to be without this book.

Collected Papers of Stig Kanger with Essays on his Life and Work

EQUATIONAL CALCULIAND AUTOMATIC DEMONSTRATION INTRODUCTION By an equational calculus, we mean – in this paper – a calculus in which the formulas have the form of equations (a=b) and in which the only rule of inference is that of ...

Collected Papers of Stig Kanger with Essays on his Life and Work

Stig Kanger (1924-1988) made important contributions to logic and formal philosophy. Kanger's dissertation Provability in Logic, 1957, contained significant results in proof theory as well as the first fully worked out model-theoretic interpretation of quantified modal logic. It is generally accepted nowadays that Kanger was one of the originators of possible worlds semantics for modal logic. Kanger's most original achievements were in the areas of general proof theory, the semantics of modal and deontic logic, and the logical analysis of the concept of rights. He also contributed to action theory, preference logic, and the theory of measurement. This is the first of two volumes dedicated to the work of Stig Kanger. The present volume is a complete collection of Kanger's philosophical papers. The second volume contains critical essays on Kanger's work, as well as biographical essays on Kanger written by colleagues and friends.

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Meetings are held at different centres for the communication of papers Further information may be obtained on application to the Hon. S Plimmer, University College, London, \\ .C. 1. Papers for publication should be Lister Institute, ...

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( Received 1 April 1937 ) In our previous papers [ Korenchevsky & Dennison , 1936 ; Korenchevsky et al . 1936 , 1937 ] we have shown that the male sexual hormone testosterone and its ester , testosterone propionate , have a powerful ...

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Gesammelte Werke Collected Works

His personal papers are held at the Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek in Göttingen, and an extensive collection of reprints can be found in the Observatory in Göttingen. The material presented in these volumes is ...

Gesammelte Werke Collected Works

Der bekannte Astronom Karl Schwarzschild (1873-1916) gilt als der Begründer der Astrophysik und als hervorragender Forscher mit einer erstaunlichen Bandbreite seiner Interessen. Arbeiten zur Himmelsmechanik, Elektrodynamik und Relativitätstheorie weisen ihn als vorzüglichen Mathematiker und Physiker auf der Höhe seiner Zeit aus. Untersuchungen zur Photographischen Photometrie, Optik und Spektroskopie zeigen den versierten Beobachter, der sein Meßinstrumentarium beherrscht, und schließlich arbeitete Schwarzschild als Astrophysiker an Sternatmosphären, Kometen, Struktur und Dynamik von Sternsystemen. Die in seinem kurzen Leben entstandene Fülle an wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten ist in drei Bänden der Gesamtausgabe gesammelt, ergänzt durch biographisches Material, Annotationen von Fachleuten und einen Essay des Nobelpreisträgers S. Chandrasekhar.

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In this paper , indeed , a general confusion seems to have been made of our knowledge about these two conditions . For Charcot is spoken of as distinguishing four stages of ... 1 [ In this connection , it is relevant to 20 COLLECTED PAPERS.

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When ascorbic acid was added to the plasma according to the technique described in the preceding section of this paper, the recoveries were variable and seldom complete. At first there seemed to be no adequate explanation for the ...

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Harish Chandra Collected Papers 1955 1958

Let d\ denote the Euclidean measure on E. In this paper we shall give an asymptotic expansion for <f>\ on G. The leading terms of ... In Section 2 we collect some elementary facts which are obtained by considering the finite-dimensional ...

Harish Chandra Collected Papers  1955 1958


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The paper was a summary of meteorological observations obtained at about 55 Weather Bureau stations within the zone of 90 per cent obscuration of the sun, and of measurements of both incoming and outgoing radiation obtained at ...

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Technical Papers Presented at [the] Western Metal and Tool Exposition and Conference American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers ... Therefore, returning first to the outside, let us analyse the dirt we can collect.

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No differences were detected in the results obtained on animals of the two strains . Bilateral adrenalectomies were ... Preliminary publication of part of the material in this paper was made in the Proc . Soc . Exper . Biol . and Med .

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Consists of reprints of various papers, bound together in chronological order, with title-page and table of contents

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Henry Augustus Pilsbry. **=<!-------- +---+ * - COLLECT?:!) PAPERS'' 1900-1941 1900 Note on anatomy of Helicoid genus.

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For the work reported in the present paper a general procedure similar to that of Nolan and Wilcoxon (5) was applied for the bioassay of various other ... The data presented in this paper were obtained by the methods thus far developed.

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As was shown graphically in the former paper of the writer [ 1927 , Figs . 2 and 3 ] all these workers by their different techniques obtained essentially the same relation between threshold and interpolar length .

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In the 1925 paper I mentioned types of Cameron ' s species supposedly in the collections of Pomona College , at Claremont , California . Dr . Bohart and I have obtained evidence making it extremely doubtful that these specimens were ...

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In this field the geologist works with the palœontologist to the same end. Fossils could be found, of course, by any one who is willing to look for them. They could be collected by any one who would pick them up, and they could be ...

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