Reference numberEC/1912/04
Previous numbersCert XIII, 29; A01957
TitleDixon, Arthur Lee: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow and Tutor of Merton College. Member of the Council of the London Mathematics Society. Author of numerous original papers on mathematical subjects, among which are the following: - 'On a Theorem for Confocal Bi-circular Quartics and Cyclides' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol 24); 'A Generalization of Ivory's Theorem' (Messenger of Math, 1903); 'The Potential of Cyclides' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol 27); 'Note on the potential of Rings' (ibid, vol xxviii); 'The Evaluation of certain Definite Integrals by means of Gamma Functions' (ibid, ser 2, vol 3); 'Generalizations of Legendre's Formula KE' - (K - E)K'=1/2 pi' (ibid,ser 2, vol 3). Four papers on Elliptic and Hyper-elliptic Functions (Proc Lond Math Soc, vols 23-4, and Quart Journ of Math 1902, 1904). Two papers on Pascal's Theorem (Messenger of Math, 1907). Five papers containing remarkable new results in the General Theory of the Eliminates of Quantics (Proc Lond Math Soc, vols 6, 7, 8, and Proc Roy Soc, A vol 82). Also, 'On the Reduction of a Quarternary Cubic from the Sum of Six Cubes to the Sun of Five' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol 7)
ProposersR B Clifton; W Esson; E B Elliott; A E H Love; P A MacMahon; J E Campbell; W Burnside; A C Dixon; Robert S Ball
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Dixon, Arthur Lee: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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