The algebra of logic

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Cambridge. 1999. 0521459303 Lastly, there is a reprint of a 1945 classic on special and general relativity by Lillian Lieber with illustrations by her husband Hugh. In fact there are infinitely many possible inequivalent Riemannian metrics and each gives a different geometry to the manifold. Hilbert was warmly regarded by his colleagues and students, and contributed to the careers of several great mathematicians and physicists including Georg Cantor, Hermann Minkowski, Hermann Weyl, John von Neumann, Emmy Noether, Alonzo Church, and Albert Einstein.

Pages: 116

Publisher: Cornell University Library (January 1, 1914)

ISBN: 1429704403

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