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  1. エルンスト・エドゥアルト・クンマー(Ernst Eduard Kummer、1810年 1月29日 - 1893年 5月14日)は、ドイツの数学者。カール・ワイエルシュトラス、レオポルト・クロネッカーと共に、ベルリン大学の三大数学者の一人として指導的役割を果たした。 生涯

  2. › en › Ernst_KummerErnst Kummer - Wikiwand

    Ernst Eduard Kummer was a German mathematician. Skilled in applied mathematics, Kummer trained German army officers in ballistics; afterwards, he taught for 10 years in a gymnasium, the German equivalent of high school, where he inspired the mathematical career of Leopold Kronecker.

  3. Ernst Kummer. Ernst Eduard Kummer (born 29 January 1810, Sorau, Brandenburg; died 14 May 1893 Berlin) was a German mathematician. At first he was a school teacher, teaching in a German high school gymnasium, where he inspired the Leopold Kronecker to become a mathematician. He became professor of mathematics in Breslau and then in Berlin.

  4. Volume II of Ernst Kummer's Collected Papers can be divided into four different parts. The first part covers his work on the hypergeometric function, and on repeated integrals of rational functions. In the second part (Algebraic Geometry), we see how the discovery of Kummer surfaces seems to have been an outgrowth of the authors interest in ...

  5. Ernst Eduard Kummer. Biography MathSciNet. Ph.D. Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg 1831. Dissertation: De cosinuum et sinuum potestatibus secundum cosinus et sinus arcuum multiplicium evolvendis. Heinrich Ferdinand Scherk. here. Name. School. Year.

  6. First, Kummer’s concept of “ideal prime factors of a complex number” drew inspiration precisely from both Poncelet’s introduction of ideal elements in geometry and the reconceptualization for them that Michel Chasles put forward in 1837. That is to say, the idea of ideality in number theory derives from the introduction of ideal ...

  7. Am 8. Juli 1828 erklärte der Student Ernst Eduard Kummer (1810– 1893) seiner Mutter in einem längeren Brief, daß er aus Gewissensgründen das Studium der Theologie aufgeben und zur Mathematik über-wechseln wolle: „...