G.H. Hardy as an Editor

Todd, John
March 1994
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring94, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p32
Academic Journal
Features Cambridge lecturer G.H. Hardy and his work on mathematical physics. Editorship in the `Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics' series; Obituary by E.C. Titchmarsh; Correspondence with the author on the tracts; Author's work on the tracts.


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