A barrier method for quasilinear ordinary differential by Kusahara T.

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From Merton Coll. Library a cart load of MSS and above were taken away, such that contained the Lucubrations (chiefly of controversial Divinity, Astronomy and Mathematicks) of divers of the learned Fellows thereof, in which Studies they in the two last centuries obtained great renown. (in Gutch, 1796, pp. 106-107) [2] This twentieth-century return to the question of the psychology of the mathematician connects for us with thirteenth-century Henry of Ghent’s potent phrase ‘the melancholy disposition of the mathematical mind’.

Solution integers ai are coefficients of a polynomial likely satisfied by α. If one has computed α to n + m digits and run LLL using n of them, one has m digits to confirm the result heuristically. I have never seen this method return an honest ‘false positive’ for m > 20, say. If no relation is found, exclusion bounds are obtained, saying, for example, that any polynomial of degree less than N Chapter 1 – Aesthetics for the Working Mathematician 33 must have the Euclidean norm of its coefficients in excess of L (often astronomical).

Who was Dase? uk (alas, not all sites are anywhere near so accurate and informative as this one). One may find details there on almost all of the mathematicians appearing in this chapter. I briefly illustrate its value by showing verbatim what it says about Dase. Zacharias Dase (1824–1861) had incredible calculating skills but little mathematical ability. He gave exhibitions of his calculating powers in Germany, Austria and England. While in Vienna in 1840 he was urged to use his powers for scientific purposes and he discussed projects with Gauss and others.

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