Mathematician:Heinrich Martin Weber
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German mathematician who worked in algebra, number theory, analysis and applications of analysis to mathematical physics.
Formulated the ring axioms.
Not to be confused with the physicist Heinrich Friedrich Weber (1843–1912), with whom, extra-confusingly, Heinrich Martin Weber was an almost-exact contemporary.
Neither should be confused with Wilhelm Eduard Weber (1804-1891) who gave his name to the SI unit of magnetic flux.
- Born: 5 May 1842, Heidelberg, Germany
- Died: 17 May 1913, Strasbourg, Germany (now France)
Theorems and Definitions
- 1895: Lehrbuch der Algebra
- 1925: Die Differential- und Integralgleichungen der Mechanik und Physik, 1925 (with Philipp Frank, Richard von Mises and Bernhard Riemann) (2nd Edition: 1943)
- John J. O'Connor and Edmund F. Robertson: "Heinrich Martin Weber": MacTutor History of Mathematics archive
- 1996: John F. Humphreys: A Course in Group Theory ... (previous) ... (next): Chapter $2$: Maps and relations on sets: Summary