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Jacques Hadamard. 1865-1963. (Zhak Adamar. 1865-1963). Ed. by V. M. Babich. (Zhak Adamar. 1865-1963.) (Russian) Zbl 0718.01030
Nauchno-Bibliograficheskaya Literatura. Leningrad: Nauka. 255 p. R. 0.60 (1990).
This book is a continuation of a series of scientific biographies of famous mathematicians. In keeping with the general format of the series, it contains a section of pure biography, followed by an analysis of the subject’s works and contacts with Russian mathematicians. It closes with a list of important dates in the life of Hadamard, a chronological listing of his works, and a bibliography of works consulted in the writing of the biography. There is unfortunately no index, so that the usefulness of the work as a reference is somewhat limited. On the other hand, the analysis of Hadamard’s work is quite good, particularly his work on the Cauchy problem.
01A70Biographies, obituaries, personalia, bibliographies
01A55Mathematics in the 19th century
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