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The Cambridge colloquium

By Griffith Conrad Evans and Oswald Veblen

Abstract

The 1916 colloquium of the American Mathematical Society was held as part of the summer meeting that took place in Boston. Two sets of lectures were presented: Functionals and their Applications. Selected Topics, including Integral Equations, by G. C. Evans, and Analysis Situs, by Oswald Veblen. The lectures by Evans are devoted to functionals and their applications. By a functional the author means a function on an infinite-dimensional space, usually a space of functions, or of curves on the plane or in 3-space, etc. The first lecture deals with general considerations of functionals (continu

Topics: Mathematical Physics and Mathematics
Publisher: 'American Mathematical Society (AMS)'
Year: 1918
DOI identifier: 10.1090/coll/005
OAI identifier: oai:cds.cern.ch:2264169
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