Reference numberEC/1908/08
Previous numbersCert XII, 265
TitleGrace, John Hilton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLate Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. Mathematical Lecturer at Peterhouse and Pembroke College, Cambridge. Secretary of the London Mathematical Society. Distinguished as a Mathematician, especially in the domain of pure geometry and in that of the theory of algebraic forms. Author of the following papers: - 'Circles, Spheres, and Linear Complexes' (Camb Phil Soc Trans, vol xvi, 1898); 'The Rational Space Curve of the Fourth Order' (Camb Phil Soc Proc, vol xi, 1900); 'Curves in a Linear Complex' (ibid, vol xi, 1901); 'The Zeroes of a Polynomial' (ibid, vol xi, 1902); 'On a Class of Plane Curves' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol xxxiii, 1900); 'Linear Null Systems of Binary Forms' (ibid, vol xxxiv, 1901); 'Types of Perpetuants' (ibid, vol xxxv, 1902); 'On Perpetuants' (ibid, vol xxxv, 1903); 'Extension of two Theorems on Peretuants' (ibid, New Series, vol i, 1903). The Articles on Line-geometry in the supplement of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Joint author with Mr A Young of a treatise on 'The Alebra of Invariants' (Cambridge University Press, 1903).
ProposersW Burnside; P A MacMahon; A R Forsyth; E W Hobson; [E J Routh]; J W L Glaisher; A N Whitehead; E B Elliott; A E H Love; H M Macdonald; Robert S Ball; M J M Hill; William D Niven; H Lamb.
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Grace, John Hilton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1781Grace; John Hilton (1873 - 1958)1873 - 1958
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