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 (hĭl′bərt), David 1862-1943.
German mathematician who wrote Foundations of Geometry (1899) and made significant contributions to several other branches of mathematics.

Hilbert

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(Biography) David (ˈdaːfɪt). 1862–1943, German mathematician, who made outstanding contributions to the theories of number fields and invariants and to geometry
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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.