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Since the 19th-century discovery of non-Euclidean geometry, the concept of space has undergone a radical transformation, and the question arose which geometrical space best fits physical space. Grothendieck's radical religious and political philosophies led him to retire from public life while still in his prime, but he is widely regarded as the greatest mathematician of the 20th century, and indeed one of the greatest geniuses ever.

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This is in contrast to the Lebesgue integral, which is discussed in Measure Theory during the third year Taxicab Geometry: An Adventure in Non-Euclidean Geometry [Paperback] [1987] (Author) Eugene F. Krause. Comparative Metamathematics, ISBN: 978-0557249572, 2011. [140] Ali Ozyapici. "Alternatives to the classical calculus: multiplicative calculi", Dokuz Eylul University (Turkey), Mathematics-Department Seminar, 25 December 2008. [141] Daniel Karrasch. "Hyperbolicity and invariant manifolds for finite time processes", doctoral thesis, Technical University of Dresden in Germany, 2012. [142] Riswan Efendi, Zuhaimy Ismail, and Mustafa Mat Deris. "Improved weight fuzzy time series as used in the exchange rates forecasting of US dollar to ringgit Malaysia", International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications, DOI: 10.1142/S1469026813500053, Volume 12, Issue 01, Imperial College Press, March 2013. [143] Antonin Slavik The Elements of Non-Euclidean Geometry: -1909 [Paperback] [2009] (Author) Julian Lowell Coolidge. However, Poincaré found that the evolution of such a system is often chaotic in the sense that a small perturbation in the initial state such as a slight change in one body's initial position might lead to a radically different later state than would be produced by the unperturbed system Compact Manifolds with Special Holonomy (Oxford Mathematical Monographs). Yet he produced 4000 theorems or conjectures in number theory, algebra, and combinatorics. While some of these were old theorems or just curiosities, many were brilliant new theorems with very difficult proofs. For example, he found a beautiful identity connecting Poisson summation to the Möbius function. Ramanujan might be almost unknown today, except that his letter caught the eye of Godfrey Hardy, who saw remarkable, almost inexplicable formulae which "must be true, because if they were not true, no one would have had the imagination to invent them."

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