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Documenting Riemann’s impact on the theory of complex functions

Documenting Riemann’s impact on the theory of complex functions E NEUENSCHWANDER Documenting Riemann's Impact on the Theory of Complex Functions long WLth Euler, Gauss, and Htlbert, Bernhard Rwmann ts one of the most tllus­ tnous mathematLcwns of all tLme Hts promlnence m the fwld of complex analy­ sts may be apprecwted stmply by nottng that tn the Mathematlsches Worterbuch by Naas-Schmtd [1961, Vol 2, 510-524], the entnes related closely related wntmgs of Durege, Hankel, Koemgsberger, to Rtemann's functwn-theorettcal work (Rtemann map­ Neumann, Prym, Roch, and Thomae It therefore seemed pmg theorem, Rtemann dtfferentml equatwn, Rtemann sur­ appropnate to pubhsh them m a cnttcal edttion face, Rtemann-Roch theorem, Rtemann theta-functton, [Neuenschwander 1996), m order to make them accesstble Rtemann sphere, Rtemann zeta-functwn, etc ) take up al­ to a broader ctrcle of readers For thts edttton, I also pre­ most as much space as those related to all the work of pared an extenstve btbhography of the htstory of the rm­ Euler or Gauss m total Rtemann's contnbutwn to com­ pact and mfluence of Rtemann's functwn theory plex analysts rests, on the one hand, on hts pubhcatwns, This newly assembled btbhography ts mamly mtended to especmlly hts maugural dtssertatwn on the foundatwns of close-at least m the field of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Mathematical Intelligencer Springer Journals

Documenting Riemann’s impact on the theory of complex functions

The Mathematical Intelligencer , Volume 20 (3) – Jan 22, 2014

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 1998 by Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.
Subject
Mathematics; Mathematics, general; Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics; Mathematical Methods in Physics; Numerical and Computational Physics; Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
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0343-6993
DOI
10.1007/BF03024799
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Abstract

E NEUENSCHWANDER Documenting Riemann's Impact on the Theory of Complex Functions long WLth Euler, Gauss, and Htlbert, Bernhard Rwmann ts one of the most tllus­ tnous mathematLcwns of all tLme Hts promlnence m the fwld of complex analy­ sts may be apprecwted stmply by nottng that tn the Mathematlsches Worterbuch by Naas-Schmtd [1961, Vol 2, 510-524], the entnes related closely related wntmgs of Durege, Hankel, Koemgsberger, to Rtemann's functwn-theorettcal work (Rtemann map­ Neumann, Prym, Roch, and Thomae It therefore seemed pmg theorem, Rtemann dtfferentml equatwn, Rtemann sur­ appropnate to pubhsh them m a cnttcal edttion face, Rtemann-Roch theorem, Rtemann theta-functton, [Neuenschwander 1996), m order to make them accesstble Rtemann sphere, Rtemann zeta-functwn, etc ) take up al­ to a broader ctrcle of readers For thts edttton, I also pre­ most as much space as those related to all the work of pared an extenstve btbhography of the htstory of the rm­ Euler or Gauss m total Rtemann's contnbutwn to com­ pact and mfluence of Rtemann's functwn theory plex analysts rests, on the one hand, on hts pubhcatwns, This newly assembled btbhography ts mamly mtended to especmlly hts maugural dtssertatwn on the foundatwns of close-at least m the field of

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Published: Jan 22, 2014

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