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Reference numberEC/1878/15
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TitleRoberts, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following papers.
1. Note on the symmetrical expression of the constants in the equations of Algebraical Curves. Quart Journ 1856
2. On the Transformation of Coordinates. Quarterly Journal of Math 1857
3. On the intersections of tangents drawn through two points on a Curve of the third degree. Quart Journ 1858
4. On the solution of Differential Equations. Quart Journ 1858
5. On the Pluckerian characteristics of a curve whose equation is a resultant or a discriminant in some general cases. Quart Journ 1873
6. Sur l'ordre des conditions de la coexistence des equations algebriques a plusieurs variables. Crelle's Journal, 1867
7. On the mechanical description of some species of circular curves of the third and fourth degrees. Proceedings of the London Math Society 1867
8. On the order and singularities of the parallel of an algebraical curve. Proc Math Soc 1871
9. On parallel Surfaces. Proc Math Soc 1873
10. Note on normals and the surface of Centres of an Algebraical Surface. Proc Math Soc 1873
11. On three bar motion in plane space. Proc Lond Math Soc 1875
Several other papers in the Quart Journ, the Philosophical Magazine, Les Nouvelles Annales, and the Proc of Lond Math Soc.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. T Archer Hirst; W K Clifford; C W Merrifield; Rayleigh; Robert Harley; J W L Glaisher; O Henrici; A Cayley
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Roberts, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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