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Einfuhrung in die Determinantentheorie einschliesslich der unedlichen und der Fredholmschen Determinanten.

KOWALEWSKI, Gerhard.

Published by Veit & Co. 1909., Leipzig:, 1909
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First edition. 8vo. 550 pp. Original maroon cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; spine ends frayed. Signatures on title-page. Very good. "Fredholm determinant is a complex-valued function which generalizes the determinant of a matrix. It is defined for bounded operators on a Hilbert space which differ from the identity operator by a trace-class operator. The function is named after the mathematician Erik Ivar Fredholm." (Wikip.). Bookseller Inventory # S9926

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Title: Einfuhrung in die Determinantentheorie ...

Publisher: Veit & Co. 1909., Leipzig:

Publication Date: 1909

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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