# Sophus Lie

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- Sophus Lie and harmony in mathematical physics, on the 150th anniversary of his birth. Ibragimov, Nail H. // Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter94, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p20
Features mathematician Sophus Lie and his works on mathematical physics. Life story; Symmetry of differential equations; Group classification; Algorithm of integration; Linearization; Invariant solutions; Invariance principle in the problems of mathematical physics; Group approach to Riemann's...

- The Birth of Lie's Theory of Groups. Hawkins, Thomas // Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring94, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p6
Features mathematician Sophus Lie and his works on geometry and theory of first-order partial differential equations. Work on tetrahedral line complexes with mathematician Felix Klein; Discovery of a line-to-sphere mapping; Jacobi's Problem.

- How the 'International Congress of Mathematicians' came to be. Ezhil, Rosalind // Current Science (00113891);8/10/2010, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p286
The article offers information onhe history of congress of Mathematicians. It states that the first mathematicians' congress in India will focus on the awarding of medals to the mathematicians of repute as a way to recognize their efforts in mathematics. It says the reported congress by George...

- THE TAMING OF THE SYMMETRIES. // New Scientist;3/24/2007, Vol. 193 Issue 2596, p6
The article discusses the structure E8, which is an esoteric 248-dimensional structure that is an example of a Lie group. A Lie group, defined by Norwegian mathematician Sophus Lie in the 19th century, is a multi-dimensional structure used to study symmetry. E8 was explored by Jeffrey Adams of...

- Lie, (Marius) Sophus (1842 - 1899). // Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography;2005, p1
Norwegian mathematician who made valuable contributions to the theory of algebraic invariants and who is remembered for the Lie theorem and the Lie groups.

- FEARFUL SYMMETRY. Stone, Alex // Discover;Jun2007, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p18
The article focuses on the Lie group E8, a 248-dimensional abstract structure mapped out by 18 mathematicians. The article defines the term "group" in a mathematical context. The article explains that Lie groups are fundamental to physics. Supercomputers were used to produce the E8 map.

- Semidynamical Systems and Hilbert's Fifth Problem. Neuberger, J. W. // Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter2008, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p37
The article focuses on semidynamical systems and Hilbert's Fifth Problem, by David Hilbert, which concerns the assumptions of differentiability made by Sophus Lie. It discusses Marshall Stone's characterization of groups T of unitary transformations on a Hilbert space in terms of generators...