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Mathematical Communities in the Reconstruction After the Great War 1918–1928From Fundamenta Mathematicae to Studia Mathematica: The Renaissance of Polish mathematics in light of Banach’s publications 1919–1940

Mathematical Communities in the Reconstruction After the Great War 1918–1928: From Fundamenta... [Under the influence of a new mathematical society founded in Cracow in 1917 gathering Banach, Leja, Nikodym, Steinhaus and Zaremba, a new era opened for Polish mathematics. New mathematical journals were set up: Fundamenta Mathematicae (1920) in Warsaw, Studia Mathematica (1929) in Lwów. The involvement of Polish mathematicians was very important in these journals and Banach in particular would publish there a large amount of his work. Through the presentation of this intense publication activity, we examine a few research topics that played a central role in the revival of Polish mathematics at the beginning of the 20th century.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Mathematical Communities in the Reconstruction After the Great War 1918–1928From Fundamenta Mathematicae to Studia Mathematica: The Renaissance of Polish mathematics in light of Banach’s publications 1919–1940

Part of the Trends in the History of Science Book Series
Editors: Mazliak, Laurent; Tazzioli, Rossana

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021
ISBN
978-3-030-61682-3
Pages
253 –276
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-61683-0_9
Publisher site
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Abstract

[Under the influence of a new mathematical society founded in Cracow in 1917 gathering Banach, Leja, Nikodym, Steinhaus and Zaremba, a new era opened for Polish mathematics. New mathematical journals were set up: Fundamenta Mathematicae (1920) in Warsaw, Studia Mathematica (1929) in Lwów. The involvement of Polish mathematicians was very important in these journals and Banach in particular would publish there a large amount of his work. Through the presentation of this intense publication activity, we examine a few research topics that played a central role in the revival of Polish mathematics at the beginning of the 20th century.]

Published: Mar 28, 2021

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