David Hilbert

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Noun1.David Hilbert - German mathematician (1862-1943)
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In their article "Numerical Patterns and Geometrical Configurations" on pages 82-92 of Mathematics Magazine 57 (1984), Harold Dorwart and Warren Page note that the venerable David Hilbert once remarked ".
In a 1925 lecture, German mathematician David Hilbert referenced a hypothetical hotel with an infinite number of rooms, all occupied.
With regard to (2), I build on the work of David Hilbert in the foundations of mathematics and physics.
RESUMEN: El articulo presenta una interpretacion del abordaje axiomatico temprano a la geometria de David Hilbert, i.
The editors begin their inquiry into the nature and reality of the infinite with a rousing call from the mathematician David Hilbert, who asserts that "no other concept stands in greater need of clarification than that of the infinite.
Abramson and her husband Douglas of Holden; a brother, David Hilbert of Upland, California; a sister, Charlotte Winters of Port Charlotte, Florida; four grandchildren, Thomas Lovejoy of Worcester, Jennifer Thibault and her husband James of Holden, Derek and Alex Abramson both of Salem, NH; six great-grandchildren; nephews and nieces.
David Hilbert did not live to see the application of functional analysis in quantum mechanics.
Post and the development of logic, John von Neuman and the ideas of David Hilbert, the contribution of Polish logicians to decidability theory and predicate calculus, and the development of symbolism in logic and its philosophical background.
David Hilbert se propuso refundar las matematicas sobre nuevas bases; formalizando rigurosamente los adelantos matematicos hasta entonces y eliminando de una vez por todas las dudas sobre la confiabilidad de las inferencias matematicas.
Later, in his now famous speech given to the International Conference of Mathematicians at Paris in 1900, David Hilbert posed as his first problem (of 23) whether there are any nondenumerable sets whose cardinal numbers lie between [N.
In 1895 David Hilbert presented in his Grundlagen der Geometrie [1] a way of not merely sorting out the geometries in Klein's hierarchy according to the different axiom systems they obeyed but to new geometries as well.