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Mathematical Treasure: Burkhardt on Analytic Functions (1897)

Author(s): 
Frank J. Swetz (The Pennsylvania State University)

Heinrich Burkhardt (1861-1914) was a German mathematician recognized for his work on elliptic functions and group theory. As a professor of mathematics at the University of Zürich, he served as a PhD examiner for Albert Einstein. His Einführung in die Theorie der analytischen Functionen einer complexen Veränderlichen (1897) provides insights into the field of analysis at this time.

Title page of Einfuhrung in die Theorie der analytischen Functionen by Heinrich Burkhardt

The list of subject headings below clarifies the scope of the work.

First page of table of contents of Einfuhrung in die Theorie der analytischen Functionen by Heinrich Burkhardt

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Third page of table of contents of Einfuhrung in die Theorie der analytischen Functionen by Heinrich Burkhardt

Fourth page of table of contents of Einfuhrung in die Theorie der analytischen Functionen by Heinrich Burkhardt

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Index to Mathematical Treasures 

Frank J. Swetz (The Pennsylvania State University), "Mathematical Treasure: Burkhardt on Analytic Functions (1897)," Convergence (January 2018)

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