Reference numberEC/1886/07
TitleForsyth, Andrew Russell: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLate Professor of Mathematics at University College, Liverpool. Author of (1) "A memoir on the Theta Functions, particularly those of two variables" Phil Trans, 1882, pp783-862. (2) "On Abel's Theorem and the Abelian functions" Phil Trans, 1883 pp 323-368; (3) "On linear differential equations, in particular that satisfied by 1 + [(alpha beta theta / gamma epsilon)]X + [(alpha.alpha + 1.beta.beta + 1.theta.theta + 1) / (1.2.gamma.gamma + 1.epsilon.epsilon + 1)]X^2 + ---" Quart Jour of Math xix pp 292-337. (4) "On in-and- circumscribed polyhedra" Proc Lond Math Soc xiv pp 35-45 (5) "On certain symmetric functions involving prime roots of unity" Messenger of Math xiv pp 40-56 (6) "Some doubly infinite converging series" Quart Jour xxi pp 261-280; and of various other mathematical papers printed in Proceedings of Societies and Journals. Also author of "A Treatise on Differential Equations' (pp 424), 1885
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: A Cayley; J J Sylvester; J C Adams; E J Routh; W H Besant; G H Darwin; J W L Glaisher; R T Glazebrook; J J Thomson
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Forsyth, Andrew Russell: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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