Konig, Hadamard and Kurschak, and abstract algebra

Gray, Jeremy
March 1997
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p61
Academic Journal
Looks at the contribution of Hungarian mathematician Gyula Konig to the mathematics branch of algebraic geometry. Konig definition of a field; Konig's analysis of Kronecker's domain of rationality; How Konig's influence was reflected in the work of Hungarian mathematician Jozsef Kurschak.


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