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Biographical Memoirs is a chain of essays containing the lifestyles histories and chosen bibliographies of deceased contributors of the nationwide Academy of Sciences. The sequence offers a checklist of the lifestyles and paintings of a few of the main extraordinary leaders within the sciences, as witnessed and interpreted via their colleagues and friends. They shape a biographical background of technological know-how in America--an vital a part of our nation's contribution to the highbrow historical past of the realm.
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He designed an individual research program (thesis problem) for each student, suited to his or her abilities. At times, the original problem took years to solve—a dissertation resulted from an interesting special case or a related, but probably less central, set of questions. D. in 1964. His task of extending Klein’s work on combination theorems and describing how to construct an arbitrary function group from simpler groups was not completed before 1975. ” Mathematics has been regrettably slow to change from its historically male-dominated status.
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