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Leonard Eugene Dickson. 1874–1954. (English) Zbl 0065.24408


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[1] Leonard E. Dickson, On the inscription of regular polygons, Ann. of Math. 9 (1894/95), no. 1-6, 73 – 84. · doi:10.2307/1967509
[2] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Gergonne’s pile problem, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 1 (1895) pp. 184-186.
[3] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Cyclic numbers, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 27 (1895) pp. 366-377.
[4] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A quadratic Cremona transformation defined by a conic, Rend. Circ. Mat. Palermo vol. 9 (1895) pp. 256-257.
[5] Leonard E. Dickson, Analytic Functions Suitable to Represent Substitutions, Amer. J. Math. 18 (1896), no. 3, 210 – 218. · doi:10.2307/2369795
[6] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The analytic representation of substitutions on a power of a prime number of letters with a discussion of the linear group, Ann. of Math. 11 (1896/97), no. 1-6, 161 – 183. · doi:10.2307/1967224
[7] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A triply infinite system of simple groups, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 29 (1897) pp. 169-178.
[8] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Systems of continuous and discontinuous simple groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 3 (1897) pp. 265-273.
[9] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Higher irreducible congruences, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 3 (1897) pp. 381-389.
[10] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Orthogonal group in a Galois field, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 4 (1898) pp. 196-200.
[11] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Systems of simple groups derived from the orthogonal group, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 4 (1898) pp. 382-389.
[12] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The structure of the hypoabelian groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 4 (1898) pp. 495-510.
[13] Karen V. H. Parshall, A study in group theory: Leonard Eugene Dickson’s Linear groups, Math. Intelligencer 13 (1991), no. 1, 7 – 11. · Zbl 0714.20001 · doi:10.1007/BF03024065
[14] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A new triply-infinite system of simple groups obtained by a twofold generalization of Jordan’s first hypoabelian group, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 5 (1898) pp. 10-12.
[15] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Concerning a linear homogeneous group in C, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 5 (1898) pp. 120-135.
[16] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Simplicity of the Abelian group on two pairs of indices in the Galois field of order 2>1, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 30 (1898) pp. 383-384.
[17] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The quadratic Cremona transformation, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences vol. 1 (1898) pp. 13-23.
[18] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Systems of simple groups derived from the orthogonal group, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences vol. 1 (1898) pp. 29-40.
[19] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Systems of simple groups derived from the orthogonal groups, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences vol. 1 (1899) pp. 47-57.
[20] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The structure of certain linear groups with quadratic invariants, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 30 (1899) pp. 70-98.
[21] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A class of linear groups including the Abelian one, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 31 (1899) pp. 60-66.
[22] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The group of linear homogeneous substitutions on \(mq\) variables which is defined by the invariant \(\Phi=\sum{\l}imits_{i=1}^{i=m}\xi_{i1}\xi_{i2}\dots\xi_iq\), Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 30 (1899) pp. 200-208.
[23] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Determination of the Structure of All Linear Homogeneous Groups in a Galois Field Which are Defined by a Quadratic Invariant, Amer. J. Math. 21 (1899), no. 3, 193 – 256. · doi:10.2307/2369602
[24] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Sur plusieurs groupes linéaires isomorphes au groups simple d’ordre 25920, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris vol. 128 (1899) pp. 873-875.
[25] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The largest linear homogeneous group with an invariant Pfaffian, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 5 (1899) pp. 338-342.
[26] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The known finite simple groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 5 (1899) pp. 470-475.
[27] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Sur une généralisation du théoréme de Fermat, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris vol. 128 (1899) pp. 1083-1085.
[28] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A generalization of Fermat’s theorem, Ann. of Math. vol. 1 (1899) pp. 31-36.
[29] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Report on the recent progress in the theory of linear groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 6 (1899) pp. 13-27.
[30] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Concerning the four known simple linear groups of order 25920, with an introduction to the hyper-abelian linear groups, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 31 (1899) pp. 30-68.
[31] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The abstract group isomorphic with the symmetric group of k letters, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 31 (1899) pp. 351-353.
[32] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The structure of the linear homogeneous groups defined by the invariant \({\l}ambda^ 1\zeta_ 1^ r+{\l}ambda^ 2\zeta_ 2^ r+\cdots+{\l}ambda^ m\zeta_ m^ r\), Math. Ann. vol. 52 (1899) pp. 561-581.
[33] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Definition of the abelian, the two hypoabelian, and related linear groups as quotient-groups of the groups of isomorphisms of certain elementary groups, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 1 (1900), no. 1, 30 – 38.
[34] L. E. Dickson, Certain Subgroups of the Betti-Mathieu Group, Amer. J. Math. 22 (1900), no. 1, 49 – 54. · doi:10.2307/2369769
[35] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A new definition of the general abelian linear group, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 1 (1900), no. 1, 91 – 96.
[36] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Canonical Form of a Linear Homogeneous Substitution in a Galois Field, Amer. J. Math. 22 (1900), no. 2, 121 – 137. · doi:10.2307/2369750
[37] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Proof of the existence of the Galois field of order p, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 6 (1900) pp. 203-204.
[38] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Concerning the Cyclic Subgroups of the Simple Group G of All Linear Fractional Substitutions of Determinant Unity in Two Non-Homogeneous Variables with Coefficients in an Arbitrary Galois Field, Amer. J. Math. 22 (1900), no. 3, 231 – 252. · doi:10.2307/2369854
[39] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Isomorphism between certain systems of simple linear groups, Bull. Amer. Math Soc. vol. 6 (1900) pp. 323-328.
[40] Leonard Eugene Dickson, An abstract simple group of order 25920, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 32 (1900) pp. 3-10
[41] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Determination of an abstract simple group of order 2\(^{7}\)\cdot 3\(^{6}\)\cdot 5\cdot 7 holoedrically isomorphic with a certain orthogonal group and with a certain hyperabelian group, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 1 (1900), no. 3, 353 – 370.
[42] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Proof of the non-isomorphism of the simple Abelian group on 2m indices and the orthogonal group on 2m+1 indices for m>2, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 32 (1900) pp. 42-63.
[43] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Linear substitutions commutative with a given substitution, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 32 (1900) pp. 165-170.
[44] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Linear groups: With an exposition of the Galois field theory, with an introduction by W. Magnus, Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 1958. · Zbl 0082.24901
[45] L. E. Dickson, Distribution of the Ternary Linear Homogeneous Substitutions in a Galois Field into Complete Sets of Conjugate Substitutions, Amer. J. Math. 23 (1901), no. 1, 37 – 40. · doi:10.2307/2369695
[46] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Canonical forms of quaternary abelian substitutions in an arbitrary Galois field, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 2 (1901), no. 2, 103 – 138.
[47] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Concerning real and complex continuous groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 7 (1901) pp. 340-350.
[48] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The configurations of the 27 lines on a cubic surface and the 28 bitangents to a quartic curve, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 8 (1901) pp. 63-70.
[49] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Concerning the Abelian and related linear groups, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 33 (1901) pp. 313-325.
[50] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The alternating group on eight letters and the quaternary linear congruence group modulo two, Math. Ann. 54 (1901), no. 4, 564 – 569. · doi:10.1007/BF01450721
[51] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Théorie des groupes linéaires dans un domaine arbitraire de rationalité, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, vol. 132 (1901) pp. 1547-1548.
[52] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Theory of linear groups in an arbitrary field, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 2 (1901), no. 4, 363 – 394.
[53] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Representation of Linear Groups as Transitive Substitution Groups, Amer. J. Math. 23 (1901), no. 4, 337 – 377. · doi:10.2307/2370134
[54] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A class of groups in an arbitrary realm connected with the configuration of the 27 lines on a cubic surface, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 33(1901) pp. 145-173.
[55] L. E. Dickson, On Systems of Isothermal Curves, Amer. Math. Monthly 8 (1901), no. 10, 187 – 192. · doi:10.2307/2971319
[56] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The known systems of simple groups and their inter-isomorphisms, Compte Rendu du Deuxième Congrès International des Mathématiciens, Paris, 1900, Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1902, pp. 225-229.
[57] L. E. Dickson, Cyclic Subgroups of the Simple Ternary Linear Fractional Group in a Galois Field, Amer. J. Math. 24 (1902), no. 1, 1 – 12. · doi:10.2307/2370004
[58] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The groups of Steiner in problems of contact, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 3 (1902), no. 1, 38 – 45.
[59] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The groups of Steiner in problems of contact. II, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 3 (1902), no. 3, 377 – 382.
[60] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Canonical Form of a Linear Homogeneous Transformation in an Arbitrary Realm of Rationality, Amer. J. Math. 24 (1902), no. 2, 101 – 108. · doi:10.2307/2369965
[61] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Linear groups in an infinite field, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 34 (1902) pp. 185-205.
[62] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Theorems on the residues of multinomial coefficients with respect to a prime modulus, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 33 (1902) pp. 378-384.
[63] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A class of simply transitive linear groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 8 (1902) pp. 394-401.
[64] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The hyperorthogonal groups, Math. Ann. 55 (1902), no. 4, 521 – 572. · doi:10.1007/BF01450352
[65] Leonard Eugene Dickson, An elementary exposition of Frobenius’s theory of group-characters and group-determinants, Ann. of Math. (2) 4 (1902), no. 1, 25 – 49. · doi:10.2307/1967149
[66] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the group defined for any given field by the multiplication table of any given finite group, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 3 (1902), no. 3, 285 – 301.
[67] L. E. Dickson, A Matrix Defined by the Quaternion Group, Amer. Math. Monthly 9 (1902), no. 11, 243 – 248. · doi:10.2307/2971280
[68] Leonard Eugene Dickson, COLLEGE ALGEBRA, New York, Wiley, 1902, 7+214 pp.
[69] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Ternary orthogonal group in a general field, University of Chicago Press, 1903, 8 pp.
[70] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Groups defined for a general field by the rotation groups, University of Chicago Press, 1903, 17 pp.
[71] Leonard Eugene Dickson, INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS, New York, Wiley, 1903, 5+104 pp.
[72] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Definitions of a field by independent postulates, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 4 (1903), no. 1, 13 – 20.
[73] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Definitions of a linear associative algebra by independent postulates, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 4 (1903), no. 1, 21 – 26.
[74] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the groups defined for an arbitrary field by the multiplication tables of certain finite groups, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 35 (1903) pp. 68-80.
[75] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Three sets of generational relations defining the abstract simple group of order504, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 9 (1903) pp. 194-204.
[76] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Generational relations defining the abstract simple group of order 660, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 9 (1903) pp. 204-206.
[77] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The abstract group G simply isomorphic with the alternating group on six letters, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 9 (1903) pp. 303-306.
[78] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Fields whose elements are linear differential expressions, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 10 (1903) pp. 30-31.
[79] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the subgroups of order a power of \? in the quaternary abelian group in the Galois field of order \?\(^{n}\), Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 4 (1903), no. 4, 371 – 386.
[80] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the reducibility of linear groups, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 4 (1903), no. 4, 434 – 436.
[81] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The abstract group simply isomorphic with the group of linear fractional transformations in a Galois field, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 35 (1903) pp. 292-305.
[82] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Generational relations of an abstract simple group of order 4080, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 35 (1903) pp. 306-319.
[83] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Generational relations for the abstract group simply isomorphic with the linear fractional group in the GF[2], Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 35 (1903) pp. 443-454.
[84] Leonard Eugene Dickson, 1. Ternary orthogonal groups in a general field. 2. The groups defined for a general field by the rotation group, University of Chicago Press, 1904, 26 pp.
[85] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The subgroups of order a power of 2 of the simple quinary orthogonal group in the Galois field of order \?\(^{n}\)=8\?\pm 3, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1904), no. 1, 1 – 38.
[86] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Determination of all groups of binary linear substitutions with integral coefficients taken modulo 3 and of determinant unity, Ann. of Math. (2) 5 (1904), no. 3, 140 – 144. · doi:10.2307/2007231
[87] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Determination of all the subgroups of the known simple group of order 25920, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1904), no. 2, 126 – 166.
[88] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Two systems of subgroups of the quaternary Abelian group in a general Galois field, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 10 (1904) pp. 178-184.
[89] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A new extension of Dirichlet’s theorem on prime numbers, Messenger of Mathematics, vol. 33 (1904) pp. 155-161.
[90] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Addition to the paper on the four known simple linear groups of order 25920, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 1 (1904) pp. 283-284.
[91] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the subgroups of order a power of p in the linear homogeneous and fractional groups in the GF[p], Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 10 (1904) pp. 385-397.
[92] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Memoir on Abelian Transformations, Amer. J. Math. 26 (1904), no. 3, 243 – 318. · doi:10.2307/2369926
[93] L. E. Dickson, Application of groups to a complex problem in arrangements, Ann. of Math. (2) 6 (1904), no. 1, 31 – 44. · doi:10.2307/2007156
[94] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the minimum degree of resolvants for the p-section of the periods of hyperelliptic functions of four periods, Jber. Deutschen Math. Verein. vol. 13 (1904) pp. 559-560.
[95] L. E. Dickson, A Property of the Group \?\(_{2}\)²\(^{n}\) All of Whose Operators Except Identity are of Period 2, Amer. Math. Monthly 11 (1904), no. 11, 203 – 206. · doi:10.2307/2969885
[96] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The groups of a tactical configuration, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 11 (1905) pp. 177-179.
[97] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The minimum degree \? of resolvents for the \?-section of the periods of hyperelliptic functions of four periods, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 6 (1905), no. 1, 48 – 57.
[98] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the cyclotomic functions, Amer. Math. Monthly vol. 12 (1905) pp. 86-89.
[99] L. E. Dickson, On the real elements of certain classes of geometrical configurations, Ann. of Math. (2) 6 (1905), no. 4, 141 – 150. · doi:10.2307/2007244
[100] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A new system of simple groups, Math. Ann. 60 (1905), no. 1, 137 – 150. · doi:10.1007/BF01447497
[101] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Determination of the Ternary Modular Groups, Amer. J. Math. 27 (1905), no. 2, 189 – 202. · doi:10.2307/2369979
[102] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Definitions of a group and a field by independent postulates, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 6 (1905), no. 2, 198 – 204.
[103] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On semi-groups and the general isomorphism between infinite groups, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 6 (1905), no. 2, 205 – 208.
[104] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Determination of all the subgroups of the three highest powers of p in the group G of all m-ary linear homogeneous transformations modulo p, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 36 (1905) pp. 373-384.
[105] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On finite algebras, Nachr. Ges. Wiss. Göttingen (1905) pp. 358-393.
[106] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the class of the substitutions of various linear groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 11 (1905) pp. 426-432.
[107] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Subgroups of Order a Power of \? in the General and Special \?-ary Linear Homogeneous Groups in the \?\?[\?\(^{n}\)], Amer. J. Math. 27 (1905), no. 3, 280 – 302. · doi:10.2307/2370149
[108] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A general theorem on algebraic numbers, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 11 (1905) pp. 482-486.
[109] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On hypercomplex number systems, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 6 (1905) pp. 344-348.
[110] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Expressions for the elements of a determinant of an array, Amer. Math. Monthly vol. 12 (1905) pp. 217-221.
[111] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the Quaternary Linear Homogeneous Groups Modulo \? of Order a Multiple of \?, Amer. J. Math. 28 (1906), no. 1, 1 – 16. · doi:10.2307/2370053
[112] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On quadratic, Hermitian and bilinear forms, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1906), no. 2, 275 – 292.
[113] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Criteria for the irreducibility of functions in a finite field, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 13 (1906) pp. 1-8.
[114] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the theory of equations in a Galois field, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 13 (1906) pp. 8-10.
[115] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Linear algebras in which division is always uniquely possible, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1906), no. 3, 370 – 390.
[116] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On linear algebras, Amer. Math. Monthly vol. 13 (1906) pp. 201-205.
[117] L. E. Dickson, On commutative linear algebras in which division is always uniquely possible, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1906), no. 4, 514 – 522.
[118] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The abstract form of the special linear homogeneous group in an arbitrary field, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 38 (1907) pp. 141-145.
[119] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The abstract form of the Abelian linear groups, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 38 (1907) pp. 145-158.
[120] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The symmetric group on eight letters and the senary first hypoabelian group, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 13 (1907) pp. 386-389.
[121] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Modular theory of group characters, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 13 (1907) pp. 477-488.
[122] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Invariants of binary forms under modular transformations, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 8 (1907), no. 2, 205 – 232.
[123] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Invariants of the general quadratic form modulo 2, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 5 (1907) pp. 301-324.
[124] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Modular theory of group-matrices, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 8 (1907), no. 3, 389 – 398.
[125] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On quadratic forms in a general field, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 14 (1907) pp. 108-115.
[126] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On triple algebras and ternary cubic forms, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 14 (1908) pp. 160-169.
[127] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The Galois group of a reciprocal quartic equation, Amer. Math. Monthly vol. 15 (1908) pp. 71-78.
[128] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A class of groups in an arbitrary realm connected with the configuration of the 27 lines on a cubic surface. Second paper, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 39 (1908) pp. 205-209.
[129] L. E. Dickson, On the Canonical Forms and Automorphs of Ternary Cubic Forms, Amer. J. Math. 30 (1908), no. 2, 117 – 128. · doi:10.2307/2370157
[130] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Representations of the general symmetric group as linear groups in finite and infinite fields, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 9 (1908), no. 2, 121 – 148.
[131] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On families of quadratic forms in a general field, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 39 (1908) pp. 316-333.
[132] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On higher congruences and modular invariants, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 14 (1908) pp. 313-318.
[133] L. E. Dickson, On the Factorization of Large Numbers, Amer. Math. Monthly 15 (1908), no. 12, 217 – 222. · doi:10.2307/2969817
[134] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Criteria for the irreducibility of a reciprocal equation, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 14 (1908) pp. 426-430.
[135] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Invariantive Reduction of Quadratic Forms in the \?\?[2\(^{n}\)], Amer. J. Math. 30 (1908), no. 3, 263 – 281. · doi:10.2307/2369949
[136] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the last theorem of Fermat, Messenger of Mathematics vol. 38 (1908) pp. 14-32.
[137] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the last theorem of Fermat, II, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 40 (1908) pp. 27-45.
[138] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the congruence x+y+z\equiv 0 (mod p), J. Reine Angew. Math. vol. 135 (1908) pp. 134-141.
[139] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Definite forms in a finite field, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 10 (1909), no. 1, 109 – 122.
[140] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Rational Reduction of a Pair of Binary Quadratic Forms; Their Modular Invariants, Amer. J. Math. 31 (1909), no. 2, 103 – 146. · doi:10.2307/2370100
[141] Leonard Eugene Dickson, General theory of modular invariants, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 10 (1909), no. 2, 123 – 158.
[142] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the representation of numbers by modular forms, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 15 (1909) pp. 338-347.
[143] Leonard Eugene Dickson, (with M. Kaba), On the representation of numbers as the sum of two squares, Amer. Math. Monthly vol. 16 (1909) pp. 85-87.
[144] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Lower limit for the number of sets of solutions of x+y+z\equiv 0 (mod. p), J. Reine Angew. Math. vol. 135 (1909) pp. 181-188.
[145] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On commutative linear groups, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 40 (1909) pp. 167-196.
[146] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A Theory of Invariants, Amer. J. Math. 31 (1909), no. 4, 337 – 354. · doi:10.2307/2369881
[147] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Equivalence of pairs of bilinear or quadratic forms under rational transformation, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 10 (1909), no. 3, 347 – 360.
[148] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Combinants, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 40 (1909) pp. 349-365.
[149] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On certain diophantine equations, Messenger of Mathematics vol. 39 (1909) pp. 86-87.
[150] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Modular invariants of a general system of linear forms, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 7 (1909) pp. 430-444.
[151] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the factorization of integral functions with p-adic coefficients, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 17 (1910) pp. 19-23.
[152] Leonard Eugene Dickson, An invariantive investigation of irreducible binary modular forms, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 12 (1911), no. 1, 1 – 18.
[153] Leonard Eugene Dickson, A fundamental system of invariants of the general modular linear group with a solution of the form problem, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 12 (1911), no. 1, 75 – 98.
[154] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Note on modular invariants, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 42 (1911) pp. 158-161.
[155] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On non-vanishing forms, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 42 (1911) pp. 162-171.
[156] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Binary Modular Groups and their Invariants, Amer. J. Math. 33 (1911), no. 1-4, 175 – 192. · doi:10.2307/2369991
[157] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Notes on the theory of numbers, Amer. Math. Monthly vol. 18 (1911) pp. 109-110.
[158] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On the negative discriminants for which there is a single class of positive binary quadratic forms, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 17 (1911) pp. 534-547.
[159] L. E. Dickson, Note on cubic equations and congruences, Ann. of Math. (2) 12 (1911), no. 3, 149 – 152. · doi:10.2307/2007243
[160] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Linear algebras, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 13 (1912), no. 1, 59 – 73.
[161] L. E. Dickson, Amicable Number Triples, Amer. Math. Monthly 20 (1913), no. 3, 84 – 92. · doi:10.2307/2973442
[162] L. E. Dickson, On the rank of a symmetrical matrix, Ann. of Math. (2) 15 (1913/14), no. 1-4, 27 – 28. · doi:10.2307/1967795
[163] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Theorems and tables on the sum of the divisors of a number, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics vol. 44 (1913) pp. 264-296.
[164] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Proof of the finiteness of modular covariants, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 14 (1913), no. 3, 299 – 310.
[165] Leonard Eugene Dickson, On binary modular groups and their invariants, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 20 (1913) pp. 132-134.
[166] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Finiteness of the Odd Perfect and Primitive Abundant Numbers with \? Distinct Prime Factors, Amer. J. Math. 35 (1913), no. 4, 413 – 422. · doi:10.2307/2370405
[167] L. E. Dickson, Even Abundant Numbers, Amer. J. Math. 35 (1913), no. 4, 423 – 426. · doi:10.2307/2370406
[168] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The invariants, seminvariants and linear covariants of the binary quartic form modulo 2, Ann. of Math. vol. 15 (1914) pp. 114-117.
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[171] Leonard Eugene Dickson, ELEMENTARY THEORY OF EQUATIONS, New York, Wiley, 1914, 5+184 pp.
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[188] Leonard Eugene Dickson, (with G. A. Miller and H. F. Blichfeldt), THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF FINITE GROUPS, New York, Wiley, 1916, 17+390 pp.
[189] Leonard Eugene Dickson, An extension of the theory of numbers by means of correspondences between fields, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 23 (1916) pp. 109-111.
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[196] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Les polynomes égaux à des determinants, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris vol. 171 (1920) pp. 1360-1362.
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[204] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Arithmetic of quaternions, Proc. London Math. Soc. vol. 20 (1921) pp. 225-232.
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[209] Leonard Eugene Dickson, PLANE TRIGONOMETRY WITH PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS, Chicago, Sanborn, 1922, 12+176+35 pp.
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[221] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Algébres nouvelles de division, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris vol. 181 (1925) pp. 836-838.
[222] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Resolvent sextics of quintic equations, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 31 (1925) pp. 515-523.
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[224] Leonard Eugene Dickson, MODERN ALGEBRAIC THEORIES, Chicago, New York, Boston; Sanborn, 1926, 9+276 pp.
[225] Leonard Eugene Dickson, All integral solutions of ax+bxy+cy=w1w2 ●●●wn, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 32 (1926) pp. 644-648.
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[228] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Integers represented by positive ternary quadratic forms, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 33 (1927) pp. 63-70.
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[231] Leonard Eugene Dickson, ALGEBREN UND IHRE ZAHLENTHEORIE, Zurich, Orell Füssli, 1927, 8+308 pp. (translation of completely revised and extended manuscript).
[232] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Extensions of Waring’s theorem on fourth powers, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 33 (1927) pp. 319-327.
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[235] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Ternary quadratic forms and congruences, Ann. of Math. (2) vol. 28 (1927) pp. 333-341.
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[238] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Further development of the theory of arithmetics of algebras, Proceedings of the International Mathematical Congress held in Toronto, 1924, Toronto, The University of Toronto Press, 1928, vol. 1, pp. 173-184.
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[246] Leonard Eugene Dickson, Universal quadratic forms, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 31 (1929) pp. 164-189.
[247] Leonard Eugene Dickson, The forms ax2+by2+cz2 which represent all integers, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 35 (1929) pp. 55-59.
[248] Leonard Eugene Dickson, INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF NUMBERS, Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1929, 8+183 pp.
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