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Noe·ther

 (nŭ′tər, nœ′-), Amalie Known as "Emmy." 1882-1935.
German mathematician who made important contributions to the development of modern abstract algebra.
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In our attempt to select representative women mathematicians we must omit several important figures of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to consider Emmy Noether (1882-1935), to many, the greatest woman mathematician of all time.
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