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Reference numberEC/1905/15
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TitleWhittaker, Sir Edmund Taylor: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow and Mathematical Lecturerof Trinity College, Cambridge. Author of the treatise, 'A Course of Modern Analysis' (1902), and of the following papers (among others): - 'On the Connection of Algebraic Functions with Automorphic Functions' (Phil Trans, vol cxcii); Report 'On the Progress of the Solution of the Problem of Three Bodies' (Brit Assoc Report, 1899); 'On Lagrange's Parentheses in the Planetary Theory' (Messenger of Math, vol xxvi); 'On the Reduction of the Order of the Differential Equations of a Dynamical Problem by Use of the Integral of Energy' (ibid, vol xxx); 'Note on a Function Analagous to Weierstrass' Sigma-Function ' (ibid, vol xxxi); 'On Periodic Orbits' (Monthly Notices, Roy Astron Soc, vol lxii); 'On Periodic Orbits in the Restricted Problem of Three Bodies' (ibid, vol lxii); 'On the General Solution of Laplace's Equation and the Equation of Wave-Motions, and on an Undulatory Explanation of Gravity' (ibid, vol lxii); 'On the Solution of Dynamical Problems in Terms of Trigonometric Series' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol xxxiv); 'On the Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics' (Math Ann, vol lvii). Author of the article, 'Die Mathematische Behandlung des n-Korperproblems' (Encycl d Math Wissen, vol iv).
ProposersA R Forsyth; H Darwin; Robert S Ball; J W L Glaisher; E J Routh; W Burnside; E W Hobson; H F Baker; P A MacMahon
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Whittaker, Sir Edmund Taylor: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2270Whittaker; Sir; Edmund Taylor (1873 - 1956); Mathematician1873 - 1956
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