Reference numberEC/1907/17
Previous numbersCert XII, 252
TitleYoung, William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionPrincipal certificate
CitationLecturer in Mathematics at Cambridge. Late Fellow of St Peter's College. 4th Wrangler, 1884. Twice Examiner in Mathematical Tripos, Part II, 1903-1904. Chief Examiner in Mathematics to Central Welsh Board, 1902-1905. Recommended as having made discoveries in Pure Mathematics indicated by the subjoined list of 26 memoirs; and as distinguished for his knowledge of Geometry and Analysis. Memoirs: 'Systems of One-Vectors in Space of n-Dimensions' (Lond Math Soc, vol xxix); 'Null Spaces of a One-System and its Associated Complexes' (ibid, vol xxx); 'Flat-Space Co-ordinates' (ibid, vol xxx); 'Sulle Syzygie che lagano le Relazioni Quadratiche, &c' (presented by Prof Segre, Torino) (Accad Reale, 1899); 'Fund Theorem Differential Equations' (Lond Math Soc, vol xxxiv); 'Density of Linear Sets of Points' (ibid, xxxiv); 'Sets of Intervals on the Straight Line' (ibid, vol xxxv); 'Closed Sets of Points, &c' (ibid, vol xxxv); 'Unclosed Sets of Points, &c' (ibid, vol xxxv); 'Overlapping Intervals' (ibid, vol xxxv); 'Sur l'Integration des Series,' presented by M Picard to Acad de France (Comptes Rendus, 1903); 'Zur Lehre der nicht abgeschlossenen Punktmengen,' presented by Prof O Holder to Kongl Sachs gesell der Wissenschaft (Leipzig Ber); 'Analysis of Linear Sets of Points' (Quart Journ, vol cxxxviii); 'Condition of Integrality, &c' (ibid, vol cxxxviii); 'Non-uniform Convergence, &c' (Lond Math Soc, vol i); 'The Infinite Derivatives, &c' (presented by Prof G Mittag-Leffler to Roy Swedish Acad, 1903); 'Closed Sets of Points and Cantor's Numbers' (Lond Math Soc Series 2, vol i); 'Uber die Einteilung der unstatigen Funktionen, &c' (presented by Prof Stolz to Imp Acad of Vienna, 1903); 'Sequences of Sets of Intervals, &c' (Lond Math Soc, vol i); 'Distribution of Points, &c' (Lond Math Soc); 'Test of Non-uniform Convergence' (Bull Amer Math Soc, 1903); 'Extension of the Heine-Borel Theorem,' (Math Mess); 'Open Sets, &c' (Lond Math Soc); 'Upper and lower Integration' (ibid); 'Tile Theorem' (ibid); 'General Theory of Integration' (presented to Royal Society by Dr Hobson). A work on 'Theory of Sets of Points,' [to be] published [next year] by the Cambridge University Press.
ProposersE J Routh; M J M Hill; P A MacMahon; J W L Glaisher; W Burnside; A E H Love; A R Forsyth; J J Thomson; G B Mathews; W H Besant; A N Whitehead; E B Elliott
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