# A Commemorative Plate for Wilhelm Killing and Karl WeierstraÃŸ

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- Weierstrass, Karl Theodor Wilhelm (1815 - 1897). // Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography;2005, p1
German mathematician who is remembered especially for deepening and broadening the understanding of functions.

- 97.10 Continuous functions that are not differentiable anywhere. JAMESON, G. J. O. // Mathematical Gazette;Mar2013, Vol. 97 Issue 538, p137
The article discusses the continuous function that is not differentiable at any point constructed by Karl Weierstrass. It says that the continuity of the function in the example of Weierstrass is an appropriate application of the notion of uniform convergence. Moreover, the idea of German...

- Applications of Sequences and Limits in Calculus. Nievergelt, Yves // UMAP Journal;2000 Modules, Vol. 20, p111
The article discusses the use of limits and sequences in calculus. As students increasingly make use of limits their command over its use strengthens. The concept of limit is not just used for technical purposes. Instead, limit is considered to a major achievement of mathematical research. Karl...

- Herman MÃ¼intz: A Mathematician's Odyssey. Ortiz, Eduardo L.; Pinkus, Allan // Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter2005, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p22
The article focuses on mathematician Herman MÃ¼ntz and his works. The article author describes his life as a mathematician's odyssey. In 1885, mathematician Karl Weierstrass proved that every continuous function on a compact interval can be uniformly approximated by algebraic polynomials. This...

- Sigwart's Numbers in Context. Ierna, Carlo // ErwÃ¤gen Wissen Ethik;2008, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p585
The article presents further reflections from Carlo Ierna on logician Christoph Sigward's anti-empirical, psychologistic notions of the concept of number. Sigward's own arguments are logically turned against him in his dismissal of contravening mathematical notions advanced by the thinker J. S....

- Math's Beautiful Monsters. KUCHARSKI, ADAM // Nautilus;Spring2014, Issue 3, p19
The article discusses how due to insight into the structure of some exotic mathematical objects mathematician Karl Weierstrass is often credited with the creation of modern analysis; and reports that Weierstrass function is an example of a pathological real-valued function on the real line.

- Casorati-Weierstrass theorem (19th century) Mathematics. // Dictionary of Theories;2002, p77
Definition of the term "Casorati-Weierstrass theorem," is presented. The mathematical theorem was named after Italian mathematician Felice Casorati and German mathematician Karl Theodar Wilhelm Weierstrass. It is the seminal result in complex function theory under which the set of values of an...

- maximum value theorem (19th century) Mathematics. // Dictionary of Theories;2002, p333
Definition of the term "maximum value theorem," is presented. The theorem was developed by German analyst Karl Theodor Wilhelm Weierstrass. According to this theorem, a continuous real valued function on a closed bounded interval achieves its supremum.

- Weierstrass M test (19th century) Mathematics. // Dictionary of Theories;2002, p553
A definition of the term "Weierstrass M test" is presented. It refers to a mathematics-based test, proved by German mathematician Karl Weierstrass. The test is the most common method of proving that an infinite series is uniformly convergent. The test states that an infinite term, in which each...