Reference numberEC/1898/03
Previous numbersCert XII, 61
TitleBaker, Henry Frederick: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow and Lecturer of St John's College, Cambridge; University Lecturer in Mathematics. Author of 'A Treatise on Abel's Theorem and the Allied Theory' (1897); and of the following papers, among other: - 'Weierstrassian Formulae applied to the Binary Quartic and Ternary Cubic' (Quart Journ Math, vol xxiv, 1889); 'Gordan's Series in the Theory of Forms' (Messenger Math, vol xix, 1889); 'The Full System of Concomitants of Three Ternary Quadrics' (Camb Phil Soc Trans, vol xv, 1889); 'The Application of Newton's Polygon to the Singular Points of Algebraic Functions' (ibid, vol xv, 1893); 'On Euler's phi-Function' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol xxi, 1890); 'Fundamental Systems for Algebraic Functions' (ibid, vol xxvi, 1895); 'On Noether's Fundamental Theorem' (Math Annalen, vol xlii, 1893); 'On a Geometrical Proof of Jacobi's I-Function Formulae' (ibid, vol xliii, 1893); 'On the Theory of Riemann's Integrals' (ibid, vol xlv, 1894); 'The Practical Determination of the Deficiency and Adjoint phi-Curves for a Riemann Surface' (ibid, vol xlv, 1894); 'On a Certain Automorphic Function' (Camb Phil Soc Proc, vol viii , 1895); On the Hyperelliptic Sigma-Functions' (Amer Journ Math, vol xx, 1897).
ProposersA R Forsyth; J W L Glaisher; W Burnside; W H Besant; E W Hobson; A E H Love; P S MacMahon; A G Greenhill; G H Darwin; A Schuster; M J M Hill
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Baker, Henry Frederick: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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