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Reference numberEC/1909/08
Previous numbersCert XII, 289
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TitleBarnes, Ernest William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow and Mathematical Lecturer of Trinity College, Cambridge. Author of the following Memoirs, among others: - 'The Theory of the Gamma Function' (Mess Math, vol xxix); 'The Theory of the Gamma Function' (Quart Journ Math, vol xxi); 'The Genesis of the Double Gamma Function' (Lond Math Soc Proc, vol xxi); 'The Theory of the Double Gamma Function' (Phil Trans, A, vol cxcvi); 'A Memoir on Integral Functions' (ibid, A, vol cxcix); 'On the Coefficients of Capacity of Two Spheres' (Quart Journ Math, vol xxxv); 'The Generalosation of the Maclaurin Sum-formula and the Range of its Applicability' (ibid); 'The Classification of Integral Functions' (Camb Phil Soc Trans, vol xix); 'The Theory of the Multiple Gamma Function' (ibid, vol xix); 'The Asymptotic Expansion of Integral Functions of Multiple Linear Sequence' (ibid, vol xix); 'On Functions Generated by Linear Difference Equations of the First Order' (Lond Math Soc Proc 2nd ser, vol ii); 'The Linear Difference Equations of the First Order' (ibid, vol ii); 'The Maclaurin Sum-formula' (ibid, vol iii); 'The Asymptotic Expansion of Integral Functions of Finite non-zero Order' (ibid, vol iii); 'The AsymptoticExpansion of a Function and the Singularities of a Connected Function' (Quart Journ Math , vol xxvii); 'The Asymptotic Expansion of Integral Functions Defined by Taylor's Series' (Phil Trans, A, vol ccvi); 'On Certain Functions Defined by Taylor's Series of Finite Radius of Convergence' (Lond Math Soc Proc, 2nd ser, vol iv).
ProposersA R Forsyth; George H Darwin; E W Hobson; W Burnside; A N Whitehead; H Lamb; A E H Love; J W L Glaisher; P A MacMahon
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Barnes, Ernest William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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