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Peano on Wronskians: A Translation - References

Author(s): 
Susannah M. Engdahl (Wittenberg University) and Adam E. Parker (Wittenberg University)

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[B4] M. Bocher. On Wronskians of functions of a real variable. Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 8 (1901) 53-63. Available from American Mathematical Society:
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[P1] G. Peano, Sur le déterminant Wronskien, Mathesis 9 (1889) 75-76.

[P2] G. Peano, Sur les Wronskiens, Mathesis 9 (1889) 110-112.

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