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Aurel Friedrich Wintner (8 April 1903 – 15 January 1958) was a mathematician noted for his research in mathematical analysis, number theory, differential equations and probability theory. The collection consists largely of Wintner's writings and reprints of his colleagues' work with materials spanning 1848 to 1961.
1848 - 1961
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Bessie Irving Miller (1884-1931) was a mathematician. The collection consists of lecture notes transcribed Miller from a class by Hopkins mathematician Arthur B. Coble from 1913 to 1914.
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The records of the Department of Mathematical Sciences range in date from 1954 to 1992. They are divided into two subgroups. Records in subgroup 1 are primarily those of Dr. Eliezer Naddor, a Hopkins faculty member from 1956 to 1986 and Professor from 1964 to 1986, although they do contain a large amount of departmental administrative and student records. When removed from Naddor's office, these records were without order or arrangement; a series and file arrangement was imposed upon the...
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The records of the Department of Mathematics span the years 1891 to 1894 and 1940 to 1980. With the exception of departmental newsletters for the years 1941 and 1942, the records before 1980 consist primarily of files on graduate students. Following the student files (series 1) there are two folders concerning the J. J. Sylvester Symposium on Algebraic Geometry held in honor of the University's Centennial in 1976. At the end of series 2 are materials dealing with the symposium held at...
Francis D. Murnaghan (1893-1976) was professor of mathematics at Johns Hopkins University from 1928 to 1949. The collection consists of research notes, lecture notes, correspondence, reprints, and drafts ranging in date from 1925 to 1971. Several lectures are in Portuguese and were presented by Murnaghan at the Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, São José dos Campos, Brazil.
Collection — Box: 1
Rufus Isaacs was a mathematician and the creator of a field of mathematics called differential games. The collection consists of conference material, correspondence with colleagues, reprints of articles, a photocopy of his first paper on differential games from the Rand Corporation, and a draft of the preface for the 1965 edition of "Differential Games." Materials span in date from 1941 to 1975.
1941 - 1975