2012

Mathematicians in Bologna 1861–1960

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ISBN: 978-3-0348-0226-0 (Print) 978-3-0348-0227-7 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-30

    Beltrami’s Models of Non-Euclidean Geometry

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    Pages 31-55

    Giuseppe Vitali: Real and Complex Analysis and Differential Geometry

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    Pages 57-72

    Pincherle’s Early Contributions to Complex Analysis

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    Pages 73-104

    Luigi Cremona’s Years in Bologna: From Research to Social Commitment

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    Pages 105-142

    Federigo Enriques: The First Years in Bologna

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    Pages 143-177

    Enrico Bompiani: The Years in Bologna

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    Pages 179-195

    Dario Graffi in a Complex Historical Period

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    Pages 197-208

    Pietro Burgatti and His Studies on Mechanics

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    Pages 209-275

    Federigo Enriques (1871–1946) and the Training of Mathematics Teachers in Italy

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    Pages 277-288

    Beppo Levi and Quantum Mechanics

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    Pages 289-315

    Leonida Tonelli: A Biography

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    Pages 317-332

    Bruno Pini and the Parabolic Harnack Inequality: The Dawning of Parabolic Potential Theory

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    Pages 333-342

    Federigo Enriques as a Philosopher of Science

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    Pages 343-372

    The Enciclopedia delle Matematiche elementari and the Contributions of Bolognese Mathematicians

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    Pages 373-381

    The Role of Salvatore Pincherle in the Development of Fractional Calculus

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    Pages 383-413

    Tullio Viola and his Maestri in Bologna: Giuseppe Vitali, Leonida Tonelli and Beppo Levi

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    Pages 415-426

    Developement of the Theory of Lie Groups in Bologna (1884–1900)

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    Pages 427-438

    Difference Equations in Spaces of Regular Functions: a tribute to Salvatore Pincherle

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    Pages 439-450

    The Work of Beniamino Segre on Curves and Their Moduli

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    Pages 451-463

    Lamberto Cattabriga and the Theory of Linear Constant Coefficients Partial Differential Equations

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