Weierstrass Karl Theodor Wilhelm

Wei·er·strass

(vī′ər-sträs′, -shträs′), Karl Theodor Wilhelm 1815-1897.
German mathematician. Noted for his contributions to real and complex analysis, he was the first to construct an example of a continuous function that could not be differentiated anywhere.
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