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Werke: Volume 10, Part 2 (Cambridge Library Collection - Mathematics)

Werke: Volume 10, Part 2 (Cambridge Library Collection - Mathematics)

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Carl Friedrich Gauss
Cambridge University Press, 1/1/2011
EAN 9781108032339, ISBN10: 1108032338

Paperback, 684 pages, 29.7 x 21 x 3.9 cm
Language: German

The genius of Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777–1855) and the novelty of his work (published in Latin, German, and occasionally French) in areas as diverse as number theory, probability and astronomy were already widely acknowledged during his lifetime. But it took another three generations of mathematicians to reveal the true extent of his output as they studied Gauss' extensive unpublished papers and his voluminous correspondence. This posthumous twelve-volume collection of Gauss' complete works, published between 1863 and 1933, marks the culmination of their efforts and provides a fascinating account of one of the great scientific minds of the nineteenth century. At the suggestion of Felix Klein, Gauss' twentieth-century successors planned a scientific biography consisting of essays covering the various areas in which he worked. Volume 10, Part II, (dated 1922–33) contains seven contributions, individually paginated and originally sold separately, relating to pure mathematics, probability and mechanics.

Über Gauss' Wissenschaftliche Tätigkeit auf den Gebieten der Reinen Mathematik und Mechanik
Ãœber Gauss' Zahlentheoretische Arbeiten Paul Bachmann
Ãœber Gauss' Arbeiten zur Funktionentheorie Ludwig Schlesinger
Ãœber den Ersten und Vierten Gaussschen beweis des Fundamentalsatzes der Algebra Alexander Ostrowski
Gauss als Geometer Paul Stäckel
Gauss und die Variationsrechnung Oskar Bolza
Gauss als Zahlenrechner Philipp Maennchen
Ãœber Gauss' Arbeiten zur Mechanik und Potentialtheorie Harald Geppert.