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Collected papers of G.H. Hardy.

G. H. Hardy

Collected papers of G.H. Hardy.

by G. H. Hardy

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Starting with the work of Gauss, Abel, and Jacobi, the book then discusses the attempt by Dedekind to construct a theory of modular functions independent of elliptic functions. The latter part of the book explains how Hurwitz completed this task and includes one of Hurwitz's landmark papers, translated by the author, and delves into the work of. In obituary notice by G.H. Hardy in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society (2) (), 19, xl—lviii. Reprinted in G.H. Hardy, P.V. Seshu Aiyar and B.M. Wilson (eds.) Collected Papers of Srinivasa Ramanujan (), xxxi.

Originally published in , this book presents the collected papers of the renowned Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan (), with editorial contributions from G. H. Hardy (). Detailed notes are incorporated throughout and appendices are also included. This book . G H Hardy’s Oxford years Hardy in Oxford At New College the Wardens during Hardy’s time were the Revd. William Spooner, who lectured on ancient history, philosophy and divinity, and (from ) H A L Fisher, who had served in government and later wrote a celebrated History of Europe. New College Fellows in the s included J S Haldane.

G. H. Hardy. Hardy was an important British mathematician who produced some highly original work on prime number theory and partitions, among many other areas of research. He is known for the discovery of a remarkable young Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan,with whom he createdmany important papers in a short period of time. Looking for books by G.H. Hardy? See all books authored by G.H. Hardy, including A Mathematician's Apology, and A Course of Pure Mathematics, and more on


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