Changes in the archive up to August 2016


Translations for the titles of many papers which are not written in English are available by clicking on the symbol next to the title.

We have completed the list of  Edinburgh Mathematical Society lecturers

EMS lecturers from 1983 to 2015

There are 14 new biographies.

New biographies

Ayrton
Balogh
Cofman
Dahlin
Egervary
Etherington
Gyires
Heaton
Mocnik
Murray
Rapcsak
Ratz
Szele
Otto Varga

There are 4 extended biographies.

Extended biographies

Feller
Halmos
Hartley
Hormander

There are 27 new entries in our Additional material category. Each is linked to the entry on the left.
AyrtonHertha Ayrton awarded the Hughes Medal
Balogh Zoltan Balogh: The living proof
Cofman Judita Cofman's books
CofmanJudita Cofman on teaching mathematics
CofmanJudita Cofman: What to Solve
DahlinErnst Dahlin: Mathematics in Sweden before 1679 - Extracts
DahlinErnst Dahlin: Mathematics in Sweden before 1679 - Introduction
EtheringtonIvor Etherington's papers
Feller William Feller's Probability Theory - Prefaces
Feller William Feller's Probability Theory - Reviews 1
Feller William Feller's Probability Theory - Reviews 2
Feller William Feller's Probability Theory - Reviews 3
Feller William Feller's Probability Theory - Reviews 4
Feller William Feller's Probability Theory - Reviews 5
HalmosReviews of Paul Halmos' books Part 1
Halmos Reviews of Paul Halmos's books Part 2
HalmosPaul Halmos's "popular" papers
HalmosReviews of Naive set theory by Paul R Halmos
Hartley Brian Hartley - Rings, modules and linear algebra
Heaton Henry Heaton - Problem setter and solver
Hormander Lars Hörmander's books
Kovacs The reform of mathematics teaching in Hungary
Murray Reviews of James Murray's books
MurrayJames Murray on Mathematical Biology
Ratz The reform of mathematics teaching in Hungary
Young_ThomasHelmholtz on Thomas Young
Young_Thomas Tscherning on Thomas Young


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