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eBook Oeuvres - Collected Papers I: 1948 - 1958 (English and French Edition) download ISBN: 3540121269
Author: A. Borel
Publisher: Springer; 1983 edition (December 14, 1983)
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Armand Borel’s mathematical work centered on the theory of Lie groups.

Armand Borel’s mathematical work centered on the theory of Lie groups. Because of the increasingly important place of this theory in the whole of mathematics, Borel’s work influenced some of the most important developments of contemporary mathematics.

Because of the increasingly important place of this theory in the whole of mathematics, Borel's work influenced some of the most important developments of contemporary mathematics.

Oeuvres collected papers i pdf. 72 views. He wrote more than 145 articles before 1982, which were collected in three volumes published in 1983. A fourth volume of subsequent articles was published in 2001. Volume I collects the papers written from 1948 to 1958.

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Oeuvres - Collected Papers I : 1948 - 1958. Because of the increasingly important place of this theory in the whole of mathematics, Borel's work influenced some of the most important developments of contemporary mathematics

Oeuvres - Collected Papers I : 1948 - 1958. Because of the increasingly important place of this theory in the whole of mathematics, Borel's work influenced some of the most important developments of contemporary mathematics. His first great achievement was to apply to Lie groups and homogenous spaces the powerful techniques of algebraic topology developed by Leray, Cartan, and Steenrod.

Автор: Borel Armand Название: Oeuvres - Collected Papers, Volume IV: 1983-1999 Издательство . Поставляется из: Германии Описание: This volume contains the papers published by A. Borel from 1983 to 1999.

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Armand Borel’s mathematical work centered on the theory of Lie groups. Because of the increasingly important place of this theory in the whole of mathematics, Borel’s work influenced some of the most important developments of contemporary mathematics. His first great achievement was to apply to Lie groups and homogenous spaces the powerful techniques of algebraic topology developed by Leray, Cartan, and Steenrod. In 1992, Borel was awarded the International Balzan Prize for Mathematics "for his fundamental contributions to the theory of Lie groups, algebraic groups and arithmetic groups, and for his indefatigable action in favor of high quality in mathematical research and of the propagation of new ideas."

He wrote more than 145 articles before 1982, which were collected in three volumes published in 1983. A fourth volume of subsequent articles was published in 2001. Volume I collects the papers written from 1948 to 1958.