A Bridge Over a Hamiltonian Path

McGuire, Gary; Cairbre, Fiacre Ó; Huylebrouck, Dirk
June 2001
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer2001, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p41
Academic Journal
Cites the creation of quaternions by William Rowan Hamilton in Ireland. Family background of Hamilton; Educational attainment; Career history.


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