# George Abram Miller

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## George Abram Miller's Degrees

- PhD Mathematics University of Göttingen

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(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, George Abram Miller was an early group theorist. Biography At the age of seventeen, Miller began school-teaching to raise funds for higher education. In 1882, he entered Franklin and Marshall Academy, and progressed to Muhlenberg College in 1884. He received his B.A. in 1887 and M.A. in 1890.

## George Abram Miller's Published Works

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- MATHEMATISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT. (479)
- Non-abelian groups in which every subgroup is abelian (1903) (230)
- THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FUNCTION CONCEPT (1928) (213)
- Linear Groups with an Exposition of the Galois Field Theory (1902) (128)
- Theory and applications of finite groups (126)
- A MATHEMATICAL PROOF. (1931) (121)
- An Introduction to the Lie Theory of One-Parameter Groups (1911) (108)
- The Role of Learning. (1951) (89)
- On the groups generated by two operators (1901) (76)
- Addition to a theorem due to Frobenius (1904) (37)
- Relative Number of Non-Invariant Operators in a Group. (1944) (37)
- The Future of Mathematics (1909) (37)
- Royal Society of London (33)
- On the Solution of a System of Linear Equations (1910) (32)
- Number of the Abelian Groups of a Given Order. (1936) (30)
- On the multiple holomorphs of a group (1908) (27)
- An Auditory Afterimage? (1947) (26)
- Groups Defined by the Orders of Two Generators and the Order of their Product (24)
- Groups in which all the operators are contained in a series of subgroups such that any two have only identity in common (1906) (19)
- Mathematical Encyclopedic Dictionary (1918) (18)
- BACKGROUND OF MATHEMATICS IN AMERICA. (1934) (17)
- Determination of All the Characteristic Subgroups of any Abelian Group (17)
- Determination of all the groups of order ^{} which contain the abelian group of type (-2,1), being any prime (1901) (17)
- On the Subgroups of an Abelian Group (1904) (16)
- A New Proof of the Generalized Wilson's Theorem (1903) (14)
- Possible orders of two generators of the alternating and of the symmetric group (13)
- On the groups of order ^{} which contain operators of order ^{-2} (1902) (13)
- Determination of All the Groups of Order 64 (1930) (13)
- Historical introduction to mathematical literature (1916) (12)
- Memoir on the Substitution-Groups Whose Degree Does not Exceed Eight (1899) (11)
- On the commutators of a given group (1899) (11)
- On an extension of Sylow's theorem (1898) (10)
- THE STUDY OF HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS (1906) (10)
- Groups Containing the Largest Possible Number of Operators of Order Two (1905) (10)
- ON THE HISTORY OF NEGATIVE NUMBERS. (1935) (10)
- Maximal Subgroups of a Finite Group. (1941) (10)
- Report on recent progress in the theory of the groups of a finite order (1899) (9)
- Groups Which Are the Products of Two Permutable Proper Sub-Groups. (1935) (8)
- Automorphisms of the Dihedral Groups. (1942) (8)
- POSSIBLE a-AUTOMORPHISMS OF NON-ABELIAN GROUPS (8)
- On the Primitive Substitution Groups of Degree Sixteen (1898) (8)
- Limits of the degree of transitivity of substitution groups (1915) (8)
- POSSIBLE alpha-AUTOMORPHISMS OF NON-ABELIAN GROUPS. (1929) (7)
- Abstract Definitions of all the Substitution Groups Whose Degrees do not Exceed Seven (7)
- On the Primitive Substitution Groups of Degree Fifteen (1896) (7)
- SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY AND THE WAR. (1918) (7)
- Webster's Biographical Dictionary (1944) (6)
- Determination of all the Groups of Order 96 (6)
- On A Special Class of Abelian Groups (6)
- MATHEMATICAL PRODIGIES. (6)
- The product of two or more groups (1913) (6)
- On the commutator groups (6)
- On the Product of Two Substitutions (1900) (6)
- On the History of Determinants (1930) (5)
- The -subgroup of a group (5)
- Note on the Possible Number of Operators of Order 2 in a Group of Order 2 m (5)
- Determination of all the groups of order 2^{} which contain an odd number of cyclic subgroups of composite order (5)
- List of Prime Numbers from 1 to 10,006,721 (1914) (5)
- American Mathematics During Three Quarters of a Century (1924) (5)
- Note on the transitive substitution groups of degree twelve (1895) (5)
- Groups which admit automorphisms in which exactly three-fourths of the operators correspond to their inverses (1929) (5)
- Proof that there is no Simple Group whose Order Lies Between 1092 and 2001 (4)
- Number of Abelian Subgroups in Every Prime Power Group (4)
- Subgroups of the Groups Whose Orders Are Below Thirty. (1940) (4)
- Mathematics in the New International Encyclopedia (1917) (4)
- THE WINNIPEG MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. (1909) (4)
- On the Primitive Groups of Class Four (1902) (4)
- Vorlesungen über die Entwicklung der Mathematik im 19. Jahrhundert, Teil 1 (4)
- A POPULAR ACCOUNT OF SOME NEW FIELDS OF THOUGHT IN MATHEMATICS. (1900) (4)
- The Commutator Subgroup of a Group Generated by Two Operators. (1932) (4)
- Groups Having a Small Number of Subgroups. (1939) (4)
- Appeciative Remarks on the Theory of Groups (1903) (4)
- Groups Involving a Small Number of Sets of Conjugate Operators. (1944) (4)
- Groups possessing a small number of sets of conjugate operators (1919) (4)
- General Theorems Applying to All the Groups of Order 32. (1936) (4)
- THE SO-CALLED SIEVE OF ERATOSTHENES. (1928) (4)
- The transformation of a regular group into its conjoint (1926) (4)
- Report on the groups of an infinite order (1900) (4)
- Isomorphisms of a group whose order is a power of a prime (1911) (3)
- Groups Which Contain an Abelian Subgroup of Prime Index. (1937) (3)
- Non-Abelian Groups Admitting More Than Half Inverse Correspondencies. (1930) (3)
- Dividing by Zero (1907) (3)
- Determination of All the Abstract Groups of Order 72 (1929) (3)
- Group of Order g Containing g/2-1 Involutions (3)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators of Order Three Whose Product Is of Order Six. (1920) (3)
- Groups Generated by n Operators Each of Which is the Product of the n-1 Remaining Ones (3)
- Generalization of the groups of genus zero (3)
- Finite Groups Which May Be Defined by Two Operators Satisfying Two Conditions (1909) (3)
- Ueber das Wesen der Mathematik (1909) (3)
- Sets of Group Elements Involving Only Products of More Than n. (1935) (3)
- ON THE NUMBER OF CYCLIC SUBGROUPS OF A GROUP. (1929) (3)
- Multiply transitive substitution groups (1926) (3)
- Review: Andreas Speiser, Die Theorie der Gruppen von endlicher Ordnung mit Anwendungen auf algebräische Zahlen und Gleichungen sowie auf die Kristallographie (1923) (3)
- Groups in Which Every Subgroup is either Abelian or Dihedral (1907) (3)
- Review: Victor von Dantscher, Vorlesungen über die Weierstrasssche Theorie der irrationalen Zahlen (1909) (3)
- Characteristic Subgroups of an Abelian Prime Power Group (1920) (3)
- On the non-primitive substitution-groups of degree ten (1894) (3)
- SOLUTION OF THE CUBIC EQUATION. (1944) (3)
- MATHEMATICS IN A NUTSHELL. (1944) (2)
- THE HISTORICAL POINT OF VIEW IN THE TEACHING OF SCIENCE. (1919) (2)
- An Overlooked Infinite System of Groups of Order pq. (1921) (2)
- A NEW MATHEMATICAL PRIZE. (1912) (2)
- The classification of mathematics (2)
- Groups Which Admit Five-Eighths Automorphisms. (1931) (2)
- Some Deductions from Frobenius's Theorem. (1942) (2)
- An Eleventh Lesson in the History of Mathematics (1943) (2)
- DID JOHN NAPIER INVENT LOGARITHMS? (1929) (2)
- GENERAL OR SPECIAL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MATHEMATICS. (1941) (2)
- Abstract Group Generated by the Quaternion Units. (1947) (2)
- Number of the Subgroups of Any Abelian Group. (1939) (2)
- On the Perfect Groups (1898) (2)
- By Way of Introduction. (1951) (2)
- A New Proof of Sylow's Theorem (2)
- The Groups Which Contain Exactly Fourteen Proper Subgroups. (1940) (2)
- Determination of all the groups of order $p^m $, $p$ being any prime, which contain the abelian group of order $p^{m - 1}$ and of type (1, 1, 1, ...) (1902) (2)
- On the groups which are the direct products of two subgroups (2)
- Extensions of two theorems due to Cauchy (1910) (2)
- Postulates in the History of Scienec. (1926) (2)
- Groups generated by two operators satisfying two conditions (1911) (2)
- Note on Burnside's theory of groups (1899) (2)
- Determination of All the Groups of Order 168 (2)
- The Groups of Order p m Which Contain Exactly p Cyclic Subgroups of Order p a (1906) (2)
- On the holomorph of a cyclic group (1903) (2)
- Groups formed by special matrices (2)
- BABYLONIAN MATHEMATICS. (2)
- PROPOSED PUBLICATION OF EULER'S WORKS. (1909) (2)
- JOINT MEETING OF MATHEMATICIANS AND ENGINEERS. (1907) (2)
- Form of the Number of the Prime Power Subgroups of an Abelian Group. (1926) (2)
- On the groups which have the same group of isomorphisms (1900) (2)
- EARLY DEFINITIONS OF THE MATHEMATICAL TERM ABSTRACT GROUP. (1930) (2)
- On the limit of transitivity of the multiply transitive substitution groups that do not contain the alternating group (2)
- On the Simple Groups Which Can Be Represented as Substitution Groups That Contain Cyclical Substitutions of a Prime Degree (1899) (2)
- Factor Tables for the First Ten Millions containing the smallest factor of every number not divisible by 2, 3, 5 or 7 between the limits 0 and 10,017,000 (1910) (2)
- Easy Group Theory (1922) (2)
- Groups of Order 2 m Which Contain a Relatively Large Number of Operators of Order Two (2)
- Some Reminiscences in Regard to Sophus Lie (1899) (2)
- Arithmetization in the History of Mathematics. (1925) (2)
- Possible Groups of Automorphisms. (1943) (2)
- Independent Generators of the Subgroups of an Abelian Group. (1939) (2)
- MATHEMATICS IN JAPAN. (2)
- A FEW UNCERTAINTIES IN THE HISTORY OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS (1932) (1)
- A Few Desirable Modifications in The Literature of Group Theory (1932) (1)
- MATHEMATICAL DEFINITIONS IN THE NEW STANDARD DICTIONARY. (1913) (1)
- Note on the simply transitive primitive groups (1899) (1)
- Groups Involving a Set of as Many Conjugates as Commutators. (1935) (1)
- Transformation of Conjugate Elements or of Conjugate Subgroups. (1928) (1)
- A Few Theorems Relating to the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus (1931) (1)
- Some Relations Between Number Theory and Group Theory (1905) (1)
- Groups Whose Prime Powers Generate a Cyclic Subgroup. (1936) (1)
- Remarks on Substitution Groups (1895) (1)
- MARGINAL NOTES ON CAJORI'S HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS (1919) (1)
- MATHEMATICAL ERRORS SANCTIONED BY MODERN USAGE (1923) (1)
- SECTION L OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. (1921) (1)
- Introduction to Higher Algebra (1908) (1)
- Note on the History of Logarithms (1)
- REPORT OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON MATHEMATICS. (1917) (1)
- Groups of Order 64 Whose Squares Generate the Four Group (1937) (1)
- A FEW MATHEMATICAL ERRORS IN THE RECENT EDITION OF THE ENCYCLOPAeDIA BRITANNICA. (1911) (1)
- Note on the Use of Group Theory in Elementary Trigonometry (1907) (1)
- Subgroups Transformed According to a Group of Prime Order. (1943) (1)
- GERBERT'S LETTER TO ADELBOLD (1921) (1)
- Review: Felix Auerbach und Rudolf Rothe, Taschenbuch für Mathematiker und Physiker (1)
- The groups in which every subgroup is either abelian or Hamiltonian (1)
- On the Totitives of Different Orders (1904) (1)
- Review: Tobias Dantzig, Number: The Language of Science. A critical survey written for the cultured non-mathematician (1931) (1)
- Lectures on Fundamental Concepts of Algebra and Geometry (1911) (1)
- CHANGES IN MODERN MATHEMATICS. (1940) (1)
- A fundamental theorem with respect to transitive substitution groups (1903) (1)
- Group theory reviews (1921) (1)
- Groups in Which the Squares Generate a Subgroup of Index Less Than Seven. (1935) (1)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators Whose Relative Transforms are Equal to Each Other (1)
- The April meeting of the San Francisco Section (1903) (1)
- Fundamental Facts in the History of Mathematics (1925) (1)
- Automorphisms of order two (1909) (1)
- DEFINITIONS OF MATHEMATICAL TERMS IN GENERAL ENGLISH DICTIONARIES. (1935) (1)
- INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF SCIENCE. (1918) (1)
- An instance where a well-known test to prove the simplicity of a simple group is insufficient (1895) (1)
- The groups generated by three operators each of which is the product of the other two (1907) (1)
- Note on the group of isomorphisms (1900) (1)
- Contradictions in the Literature of Group Theory (1922) (1)
- AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL PUBLICATIONS. (1910) (1)
- Groups Involving Four Operators Which are Squares (1934) (1)
- ON THE HISTORY OF COMMON FRACTIONS (1931) (1)
- DEFINITIONS OF THE MATHEMATICAL TERM GROUP. (1934) (1)
- The Founder of Group Theory (1910) (1)
- WAS PAUL GULDIN A PLAGIARIST? (1926) (1)
- DEFINITION OF A MATHEMATICAL GROUP. (1932) (1)
- Cajori's History of Mathematics (1919) (1)
- Methods to Determine the Primitive Roots of a Number (1)
- Groups defined by the orders of two generators and the order of their commutator (1)
- New Applications of a Fundamental Theorem of Substitution Groups (1923) (1)
- Transitive Groups Involving Direct Products of Lower Degree. (1925) (1)
- Regular Subgroups of a Transitive Substitution Group. (1936) (1)
- MEANS FOR THE SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT OF MATHEMATICS TEACHERS. (1918) (1)
- The groups of order ^{} which contain exactly cyclic subgroups of order ^{} (1906) (1)
- Mathematical Terminology (1938) (1)
- THE MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. (1921) (1)
- Mathematical Troubles of the Freshman (1913) (1)
- HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS IN AMERICA (1935) (1)
- Groups Involving Three and Only Three Operators which are Square (1)
- Several Fundamental Theorems in Group Theory (1)
- Determination of the number of subgroups of an abelian group (1927) (1)
- Lie's Views on Several Important Points in Modern Mathematics (1896) (1)
- Groups containing a relatively large number of operators of order two (1919) (1)
- The Obsolete in Mathematics (1917) (1)
- Groups Whose Commutator Subgroups are of Order Two (1938) (1)
- On the transitive substitution groups whose orders are the products of three prime numbers (1897) (1)
- On the representation groups of given abstract groups (1913) (1)
- THE FIRST MATHEMATICS SECTION OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. (1941) (1)
- Burnside's Theory of Groups (1900) (1)
- ERRORS IN MATHEMATICS (1913) (1)
- Introduction to Substitution Groups (1)
- COURSES IN HIGHER PURE MATHEMATICS. (1911) (1)
- Groups Which Contain Ten or Eleven Proper Subgroups. (1939) (1)
- Theorems Relating to the History of Mathematics. (1931) (1)
- The history of science as an error breeder (1921) (1)
- Groups Involving a Small Number of Squares. (1933) (1)
- Note on the substitution groups of eight and nine letters (1894) (1)
- On the use of the co-sets of a group (1911) (1)
- Different Types of Mathematical History (1921) (1)
- Substitutions commutative with every substitution of an intransitive group (1)
- Groups of Transformations of Sylow Subgroups (1910) (1)
- The Group of Isomorphisms of an Abelian Group and Some of Its Abelian Subgroups (1)
- Third report on recent progress in the theory of groups of finite order (1907) (1)
- Groups of Elementary Trigonometry (1904) (1)
- The Formula | frac12 a(a + 1) for the Area of an Equilateral Triangle (1921) (1)
- The simple group of order 2520 (1922) (1)
- Review: Burton Scott Easton, The Constructive Development of Group Theory, with a Bibliography (1903) (1)
- Some Group Theory (1918) (1)
- INVERTING THE DENOMINATOR OF A FRACTION (1930) (1)
- Groups of Order 2 Whose Squared Elements Constitute a Cyclic Subgroup. (1934) (1)
- AUTOMORPHISM COMMUTATORS. (1929) (1)
- A simple proof of a fundamental theorem of substitution groups, and several applications of the theorem (1895) (1)
- Groups Whose Operators Have No More Than Three Distinct Squares. (1933) (1)
- Lectures on the Theory of Functions of Real Variables (1907) (1)
- Book Review: Theory of Groups of a Finite Order (1900) (1)
- Finite groups represented by special matrices (1916) (1)
- GROUP THEORY FOR TEACHERS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS (1906) (1)
- Prime Power Groups Determined by the Number of Their Subgroups. (1939) (1)
- On the lists of all the substitution groups that can be formed with a given number of elements (1896) (1)
- Relative Numbers of Operators and Subgroups of a Finite Group. (1938) (1)
- THE FUNCTION OF MATHEMATICS IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. (1917) (1)
- On several theorems of operation groups (1896) (1)
- QUANTITY AND QUALITY. (1915) (1)
- Maximal Subgroups of a Given Group. (1941) (1)
- A GROUP THEORY DILEMMA OF SOPHUS LIE AND FELIX KLEIN. (1942) (1)
- M. HENRI POINCARE. (1912) (1)
- Historical Note of the Determination of all the Permutation Groups of Low Degrees (1)
- Natural Sines to Every Second of Arc, and Eight Places of Decimals (1914) (1)
- Mathematics and the question of cosmic mind with other essays (1935) (1)
- Academic preparation for food service management. I. Evaluation of curricula. (1960) (1)
- On the simple isomorphisms of a Hamiltonian group to itself (1899) (1)
- A DOZEN MATHEMATICAL ERRORS IN THE "ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA". (1939) (1)
- Academic preparation for food service management. II. Recent graduates evaluate their education. (1960) (1)
- Groups Which Contain Less Than Fourteen Proper Subgroups. (1939) (1)
- APROPOS OF THE PROPOSED HISTORICAL SCIENCE SECTION. (1919) (1)
- On the minimum number of operators whose orders exceed two in any finite group (1907) (1)
- Groups of the Fundamental Operations of Arithmetic (1905) (1)
- On the Hamilton groups (1898) (1)
- Errata: “Determination of all the groups of order ^{} which contain the abelian group of type (-2,1),\ being any prime” [Trans.\ Amer.\ Math.\ Soc. 2 (1901), no. 3, 259–272; 1500568] (1902) (1)
- Groups of order $p^m$ containing exactly $p + 1$ abelian subgroups of order $p^{m - 1}$ (1)
- Note on substitution groups of eight letters (1894) (1)
- Principes de Géométrie Analytique (1918) (1)
- ARITHMETIZATION IN THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS. (1925) (1)
- Form of the Number of the Subgroups of a Prime Power Group. (1923) (1)
- ON SOME OF THE SYMBOLS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS (1907) (1)
- On the groups generated by two operators of order three whose product is of order four. (1)
- The Groups of Order p Which Have m - 1 Independent Generators. (1937) (0)
- Note on the Group of Isomorphisms of a Group of Order p m (0)
- Distinct Groups Whose Subgroups Are Simply Isomorphic. (1934) (0)
- Note on the potential and the antipotential group of a given group (1915) (0)
- Groups Which Admit Two-Thirds Automorphisms. (0)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators (s 1 , s 2 ) Satisfying the Equation S 1 S 2 2 = S 2 S 2 1 (1910) (0)
- Groups Containing a Relatively Large Number of Operators of the Same Order. (1936) (0)
- Definitions of the Term “Mathematics.” (1908) (0)
- Groups in which the subgroup which involves all the substitutions omitting a given letter is regular. (0)
- Groups in Which Every Subgroup of Composite Order Is Invariant. (1937) (0)
- Easy Mathematics, chiefly arithmetic; being a collection of hints to teachers, parents, self-taught students and adults, and containing most things in elementary mathematics useful to be known (1906) (0)
- Kronecker's Lectures on the Theory of Numbers (1902) (0)
- Groups of Degree n in Which the Largest Degree of a Substitution is a Minimum. (1939) (0)
- Same left co-set and right co-set multipliers for any given finite group (1923) (0)
- The February meeting of the San Francisco Section (1905) (0)
- New Proofs of the Simplicity of Every Alternating Group Whose Degree is Not Four (1925) (0)
- Groups in Which Either All the Operators or All the Subgroups of the Same Order Are Conjugate. (1933) (0)
- Twelve Fundamental Mathematical Concepts (1931) (0)
- Orders for Which a Given Number of Groups Exist. (1932) (0)
- Prime Number of Conjugate Operators in a Group. (1946) (0)
- Exposition of Groups of a Galois Field (0)
- Generalization of the Hamiltonian groups (1905) (0)
- Mathematics Beyond the Calculus (1910) (0)
- Determination of the Subgroups of Small Index. (1943) (0)
- Confusions in the Use of the Mathematical Term Group. (1934) (0)
- Possible Numbers of Non-Invariant Operators of a Group. (1944) (0)
- Review: Royal Society of London Catalogue of Scientific Papers $1800-1900$. Subject Index, Volume I, Pure Mathematics (0)
- Sets of Distinct Group Operators Involving All the Products but Not All the Squares. (1932) (0)
- On the number of sets of conjugate subgroups (0)
- GROUPS WHOSE SYLOW SUB-GROUPS OF ORDER pm CONTAIN NO MORE THAN pm+2 OPERATORS WHOSE ORDERS ARE POWERS OF p (1934) (0)
- ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ELEMENTARY GEOMETRY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (1907) (0)
- Errata: “Generalization of the groups of genus zero” [Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 8 (1907), no. 1, 1–13; 1500770] (1909) (0)
- The groups which may be generated by two operators $s_1 ,s_2 $ satisfying the equation $\left( {s_1 s_2 } \right)^\alpha = \left( {s_2 s_1 } \right)^\beta $, $\alpha$ and $\beta$ being relatively prime (1909) (0)
- XIX. The groups of isomorphisms of the groups whose degree is less than eight (1908) (0)
- MATHEMATICS IN JAPAN. (1905) (0)
- Academic preparation for food service management. IV. Views of educators and conclusions. (1960) (0)
- THE FIRST ARTICLES ON GROUP THEORY PUBLISHED IN AMERICA. (1939) (0)
- Academic preparation for food service management. III. Employers assess collegiate programs. (1960) (0)
- M. Henri Poincaré (0)
- Review: Thomas Muir, The Theory of Determinants in the Historical Order of Development (1907) (0)
- NATURE OF GROUP THEORY. (1942) (0)
- Plane Trigonometry and Appltications (1914) (0)
- Gauss's Lemma and some related group theory. (0)
- Note on the commutator of two operators (1907) (0)
- A Third Generalization of the Groups of the Regular Polyhedrons (0)
- Note on the Practical Application of a Substitution Group in Spherical Trigonometry (1898) (0)
- The group generated by two conjoints (0)
- On Several Classes of Simple Groups (1899) (0)
- The Group which Contain Less than Fifteen Operators of Order Two (0)
- Notes on Several Special Transformations. (1893) (0)
- De Séguier's Theory of Substitution Groups (1913) (0)
- Note on the Addition Theorem in Trigonometry (1906) (0)
- Theorems relating to quotient-groups (0)
- Representation of a group as a transitive permutation group (1931) (0)
- Generalizations of the Tetrahedral and Octahedral Groups (0)
- Definitions of Abstract Groups (0)
- Infinite systems of indivisible groups (1912) (0)
- Fundamental conceptions of modern mathematics : variables and quantities with a discussion of the general conception of functional relation (0)
- Imprimitive Substitution Groups (1925) (0)
- Applications of Substitution Groups (1896) (0)
- On a Fundamental Theorem in Trigonometry (1906) (0)
- ARCHIMEDES AND TRIGONOMETRY. (1928) (0)
- Some Relations between Substitution Group Properties and Abstract Groups (0)
- Note on the Definitions of a Variable (1907) (0)
- Some Useful Groups in the Teaching of Elementary Trigonometry (1906) (0)
- Elementary Theory of Equations (1914) (0)
- The groups containing thirteen operators of order two (1906) (0)
- Review: Thomas Muir, The Theory of Determinants in the Historical Order of Development. Volume II: The period 1841 to 1860 (1912) (0)
- On the Definition of an Infinite Number. (1904) (0)
- Possible Characteristic Operators of a Group (1917) (0)
- A NEW MATHEMATICAL REVIEW. (1931) (0)
- ELEMENTS OF THE GENERALITY OF THE GROUP CONCEPT. (1943) (0)
- SECTION A-MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. (0)
- THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS BY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES. (1918) (0)
- A Wide-Spread Error Relating to Egyptian Mathematics (1935) (0)
- Introduction to Practice (1904) (0)
- Historical Statements in Century Dictionary Contradicted by Other Authorities. (1893) (0)
- GROUP THEORY AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS. (1929) (0)
- A WIDESPREAD ERROR RELATING TO COPERNICUS. (1924) (0)
- The mathematicians who counted. (1957) (0)
- TWO RECENT HISTORIES OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS (1925) (0)
- BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE RELATING TO J. J. SYLVESTER. (1926) (0)
- THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS FORTY YEARS AGO. (1938) (0)
- A WIDESPREAD ERROR RELATING TO LOGARITHMS. (1926) (0)
- Group Theory in the History of Mathematics (1938) (0)
- The Human Worth of Rigorous Thinking (1917) (0)
- PRE-EUCLIDEAN GREEK MATHEMATICS. (1941) (0)
- The life efficient (0)
- SOME THOUGHTS ON MODERN MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH. (1912) (0)
- A Wide-Spread Error Relating to the Pythagoreans (1935) (0)
- A Widespread Error Relating to Copernicus (1924) (0)
- SYLVESTER AND CAYLEY. (0)
- Archimedes and Trigonometry (1928) (0)
- The First Mathematics Section of the National Academy of Sciences (1941) (0)
- LAWS RELATING TO MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS. (1928) (0)
- THE WORD ALGEBRA. (1932) (0)
- THE FIRST THOUSAND MATHEMATICAL WORKS PRINTED IN AMERICA. (1940) (0)
- Mathematics in Spanish-Speaking Countries (1921) (0)
- A WIDE-SPREAD ERROR RELATING TO EGYPTIAN MATHEMATICS. (1935) (0)
- Principes de Géométrie Analytique . Par Gaston Darboux. Gauthier-Villars et C ie 1917. Pp. vi + 517. (1918) (0)
- A NEW NATIONAL MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY. (1911) (0)
- THE FIRST KNOWN LONG MATHEMATICAL DECLINE. (1938) (0)
- REFORM IN MATHEMATICAL INSTRUCTION. (1906) (0)
- A PACIFIC SECTION OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY (1902) (0)
- Starring Subjects in "American Men of Science" (1944) (0)
- RECENT GERMAN MATHEMATICS. (1936) (0)
- Laws Relating to Mathematical Operations (1928) (0)
- The Election of Officers by Scientific Societies (1918) (0)
- 610. [I. 25.. b] A Mathematical Recreation (1922) (0)
- A WIDE-SPREAD ERROR RELATING TO THE PYTHAGOREANS. (0)
- Historical Statements in Century Dictionary Contradicted by Other Authorities (1893) (0)
- COMMON NUMERALS. (0)
- TWENTY-FIVE IMPORTANT TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF SECONDARY MATHEMATICS. (0)
- Modifications Relating to the "New International Encyclopaedia" (1924) (0)
- A Notable Mathematical Gift (1921) (0)
- EARLY MASTERY OF THE GROUP CONCEPT. (1943) (0)
- A New Definition of Pure Mathematics (1921) (0)
- WIDE-SPREAD ERRORS RELATING TO LAPLACE. (1933) (0)
- SECTION A, MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. (0)
- The Sumario Compendioso of Brother Juan Diez (1921) (0)
- Professor Ludvig Sylow (1919) (0)
- PROFESSOR LUDVIG SYLOW. (1919) (0)
- A Widespread Error Relating to Logarithms (1926) (0)
- On the History of Negative Numbers (1935) (0)
- Comments on Session on Learning Machines (1899) (0)
- A Few Classic Unknowns in Mathematics (1915) (0)
- Leonhardi Euleri, Opera Omnia (0)
- MATHEMATICS AND THE TRUTH. (1929) (0)
- A NOTABLE MATHEMATICAL GIFT. (1921) (0)
- Recent German Mathematics (1936) (0)
- IMPLICATIONS INVOLVED IN MATHEMATICAL ADVANCES. (1943) (0)
- The San Francisco Section of the American Mathematical Society (1903) (0)
- OUR COMMON NUMERALS. (0)
- SOME FUNDAMENTAL DISCOVERIES IN MATHEMATICS. (0)
- A CIVILIZATION WITHOUT NATIVE MATHEMATICS. (1933) (0)
- MODIFICATIONS RELATING TO THE "NEW INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA". (1924) (0)
- MULTISENSUAL MATHEMATICAL TERMS. (1940) (0)
- SECTION A (MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY) OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. (1901) (0)
- MATHEMATICAL PROPAGANDA. (0)
- A MATHEMATICAL BLACK SHEEP. (1924) (0)
- Common Numerals (1919) (0)
- SECTION A-MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. (1909) (0)
- THE FIRST ARTICLES ON GROUP THEORY PUBLISHED IN AMERICA. (1939) (0)
- Report of the Subcommittee on Mathematics (1917) (0)
- SECTION A--MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. (0)
- Section L of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1921) (0)
- A NEW DEFINITION OF PURE MATHEMATICS. (1921) (0)
- The First Articles on Group Theory Published in America (1939) (0)
- A DOZEN MATHEMATICAL ERRORS IN WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. (1936) (0)
- A Civilization Without Native Mathematics (1933) (0)
- MATHEMATICS IN SPANISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES. (0)
- Apropos of the Proposed Historical Science Section (1919) (0)
- The So-Called Sieve of Eratosthenes (1928) (0)
- A New Mathematical Prize (1912) (0)
- Babylonian Logarithms (1947) (0)
- Notes on Several Special Transformations (1893) (0)
- Scientific Books: Mathematics (1923) (0)
- Mathematical Propaganda (1923) (0)
- SECTION A--MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. (0)
- THE SEXAGESIMAL SYSTEM AND THE DIVISION OF THE CIRCLE. (1910) (0)
- IDEALS RELATING TO SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. (1914) (0)
- Large Numbers Used Before the Christian Era (1929) (0)
- LARGE NUMBERS USED BEFORE THE CHRISTIAN ERA. (1929) (0)
- FANCIFUL PORTRAITS OF ANCIENT MATHEMATICIANS. (1945) (0)
- SECTION A--MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. (1909) (0)
- DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA. (1935) (0)
- Fanciful Portraits of Ancient Mathematicians (1945) (0)
- Group Theory and Applied Mathematics (1929) (0)
- APPOINTMENTS IN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. (1908) (0)
- Historical Note on the Solution of an Algebraic Equation (0)
- Geometric Solution of the Quadratic Equation (1925) (0)
- 2.7: Psychophysiological Methods in Neuroscience (0)
- On the Solution of the Quadratic Equation (0)
- Lehrbuch der Algebra (1913) (0)
- Review: Felix Müller, Führer durch die mathematische Literatur mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der historisch wichtigen Schriften (1909) (0)
- Review: W. Threlfall, Gruppenbilder (1933) (0)
- Ueber das Wesen der Mathematik . Rede gehalten am 11 Marz, 1908, in der öffentlichen Sitzung der k. Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Von Dr. A. Voss, Professor der Mathematik in München. Pp. 98. Leipzig und Berlin, B. G. Teubner. 1908. (1909) (0)
- Vorlesungen über die Entwicklung der Mathematik im 19. Jahrhundert, Teil 1. By Felix Klein. Verlag von Julius Springer, Berlin, 1926, pp. XIII + 385. (1927) (0)
- Book Review: Gruppenbilder (1933) (0)
- Book Review: Synthetische Zahlentheorie (0)
- Mathematische Zeitschrift (1920) (0)
- Book Review: Vorlesungen über die Weierstrasssche Theorie der irrationalen Zahlen (1909) (0)
- Review: H. Wieleitner, Der Gegenstand der Mathematik im Lichte ihrer Entwicklung (1926) (0)
- Review: Rudolf Fueter, Synthetische Zahlentheorie (1926) (0)
- On a Method to Construct Intransitive Substitution Groups (1898) (0)
- Extension of a group by operators of orders two and four. (0)
- Inverse correspondences in automorphisms of abelian groups (1930) (0)
- Library Aids to Mathematical Study (1907) (0)
- On the Concepts of Number and Group (1901) (0)
- 1189. Group theory definitions in Webster's “ New International Dictionary ” (1936) (0)
- Number of Substitutions Omitting at Least one Letter in a Transitive Group. (1922) (0)
- Tests of Symmetric Polynomials (1911) (0)
- TWO QUEER STATEMENTS (1914) (0)
- HISTORICAL NOTES IN THE MATHEMATICAL TEXTBOOKS (1919) (0)
- A Theorem in Number Theory Proved by Isomorphisms of Special Abelian Groups (0)
- Extension of the Concept of Group of Isomorphisms (1930) (0)
- The fiftieth annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1901) (0)
- Meeting of the San Francisco Section of the American Mathematical Society (1903) (0)
- The sixty-first meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910) (0)
- The substitution groups whose order is the product of two unequal prime numbers (1896) (0)
- Examples of Normal Domains of Rationality Belonging To Elementary Groups (0)
- CORRECTING ERRORS IN THE HISTORIES OF MATHEMATICS1 (1935) (0)
- VALUE OF THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICAL IGNORANCE (1920) (0)
- Groups of the Figures of Elementary Geometry (1914) (0)
- Groups Involving Only Operators Whose Orders Divide 4 and Whose Operators of Order 4 Have a Common Square (1933) (0)
- A QUEER MISTAKE (1918) (0)
- Groups of Order p Containing m - alpha Independent Generators. (1938) (0)
- Largest Degree of a Substitution in the Groups of a Given Degree. (1938) (0)
- ON THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICAL IDEAS (1929) (0)
- Automorphisms of Order 2 of an Abelian Group. (1931) (0)
- On the Groups Generated by Two Operators of Order Three Whose Product is Also of Order Three (0)
- Groups containing only three operators which are squares (0)
- $I$-conjugate operators of an abelian group (0)
- Some Methods of Constructing Substitution Groups (1900) (0)
- Third Cleveland Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1913) (0)
- On the Transitive Substitution Groups That Are Simply Isomorphic to the Symmetric or the Alternating Group of Degree Six (0)
- On the History of Several Fundamental Theorems in the Theory of Groups of Finite Order (1901) (0)
- Groups of Order Less Than 2 Having m - 1 or m - 2 Independent Generators. (1937) (0)
- On the Product of Two Commutative Operators (1901) (0)
- The Subtraction Groups (1904) (0)
- 532. [V 9.] Note on a Singular Historical Error (1918) (0)
- HISTORICAL NOTES IN TEXTBOOKS ON SECONDARY MATHEMATICS (1915) (0)
- Groups of Transformations of the Non-Invariant Subgroups. (1943) (0)
- On the invariant subgroups of prime index (1905) (0)
- Groups Containing Five and Only Five Squares (1935) (0)
- Note on the primitive substitution groups. (0)
- GROUPS WHICH ADMIT THREE-FOURTHS AUTOMORPHISMS. (1929) (0)
- On holomorphisms and primitive roots (1901) (0)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators of Order Three, the Cube of Whose Product is Invariant. (1927) (0)
- Maximal Sylow Subgroups of a Given Group. (1942) (0)
- STARRING SUBJECTS IN "AMERICAN MEN OF SCIENCE". (1944) (0)
- Groups Having a Maximum Set of Independent Generators of the Same Order. (1938) (0)
- Some Appreciative Remarks on the Theory of Numbers (1912) (0)
- XVII. The transitive substitution groups of order 8p, p being any prime number (1897) (0)
- A CRUSADE AGAINST THE USE OF NEGATIVE NUMBERS (1933) (0)
- Groups generated by two operators $(s\sb 1,s\sb 2)$ satisfying the equation $s\sb 1s\sp 2\sb 2=s\sb 2s\sp 2\sb 1$ (1910) (0)
- Note on the Term Maximal Subgroup (1921) (0)
- Theorems Relating to the Pre-Grecian Mathematics (1931) (0)
- Remarks on Two Solutions of Problem 89 (1907) (0)
- Enumeration of the Abelian Groups Whose Orders Do Not Exceed a Given Number. (1936) (0)
- THIRD LIST OF MARGINAL NOTES ON CAJORI'S HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS (1920) (0)
- On Ball's History of Mathematics (1902) (0)
- Prime Number of Operators in Sets of Conjugates. (1946) (0)
- Groups generated by two operators which transform each other into the same power. (0)
- HISTORICAL NOTE ON THE SOLUTION OF EQUATIONS (1924) (0)
- GROUPS GENERATED BY TWO GIVEN GROUPS. (1930) (0)
- Prime Power Substitution Groups Whose Conjugate Cycles Are Commutative. (1924) (0)
- Minimum Degree of Substitutions of Highest Degree in a Group. (1938) (0)
- Sylow Subgroups and the Number of Operators Whose Orders Are Powers of the Same Prime. (1933) (0)
- Group of Isomorphisms of a Transitive Substitution Group. (1921) (0)
- The Non-Regular Transitive Substitution Groups Whose Order is the Cube of Any Prime Number (0)
- Application of Several Theorems in Number Theory to Group Theory (1905) (0)
- The central of a group (0)
- Bits of History About Two Common Mathematical Terms (1919) (0)
- Groups of Subtraction and Division with Respect to a Modulus (1915) (0)
- Several Historic Problems which have not yet been Solved (0)
- On the Sum of the Numbers which Belong to a Fixed Exponent as Regards a Given Modulus (1912) (0)
- Groups Involving a Cyclic, a Dicyclic, or a Dihedral Group as an Invariant Subgroup of Prime Index. (1928) (0)
- The sixtieth meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909) (0)
- Groups Containing a Relatively Small Number of Sylow Subgroups. (1926) (0)
- The Groups Generated by Two Operators Such that Each is Transformed into Its Inverse by the Square of the Other (1907) (0)
- Groups Having a Small Number of Sets of Conjugate Subgroups. (1945) (0)
- Groups Having a Small Number of Sets of Conjugate Subgroups. (1939) (0)
- Groups Having a Maximum Number Set of Conjugate Independent Generators. (1938) (0)
- Generalization of Positive and Negative Numbers (1908) (0)
- Groups Having a Maximum Number Set of Independent Generators. (1938) (0)
- Answer to a question raised by Cayley as regards a property of abstract groups (1908) (0)
- Groups Whose Squares Constitute Cyclic Subgroups. (1934) (0)
- NOTE ON THE SOLUTION OF THE EQUATION a/x + b/y = c FOR x=y=0 (1907) (0)
- Subgroups of Index p 2 Contained in a Group of Order p m (1926) (0)
- Groups of Order 2 Determined by Subgroups Generated by Their Squares. (1935) (0)
- Missionary morale by George A Miller, Bishop (0)
- Minimal Cross-Cut Subgroups Relative to the Product of Their Orders. (1940) (0)
- The forty-ninth annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900) (0)
- NOTE ON PRIME NUMBERS (1921) (0)
- Groups Containing a Prime Number of Non-Invariant Subgroups. (1939) (0)
- SUGGESTIONS FOR THE PROSPECTIVE MATHEMATICIAN (0)
- Groups Which Contain Less Than Ten Proper Subgroups. (1939) (0)
- Some properties of the group of isomorphisms of an abelian group (1914) (0)
- On the Groups Which are Determined by a Given Group (1898) (0)
- Review: J. McKeen Cattell, American Men of Science. A Biographical Directory (1906) (0)
- Inverse Commutator Subgroups. (1931) (0)
- OTHER SIDES OF MATHEMATICAL STATEMENTS IN THE NEW EDITION OF THE BRITANNICA (1930) (0)
- Group of isomorphism of an Abelian group (0)
- TANGENT STRAIGHT LINES AMONG THE GREEKS (1923) (0)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators Each of Which Transforms the Square of the Other into a Power of Itself (0)
- NON-ABELIA N GROUPS OF ODD PRIME POWER ORDER WHICH ADMIT A MAXIMAL NUMBER OF INVERSE CORRE-SPONDENCI JES IN A N A UTOMORPHISM (0)
- On a Few Points in the History of Elementary Mathematics (1909) (0)
- Groups Containing a Maximal Proper Subgroup of Order 4. (1941) (0)
- Note on the Totient of a Number (1905) (0)
- NOTE ON THE TERM LOGARITHM (0)
- Orders for Which There Exist Exactly Four or Five Groups. (1932) (0)
- Every Two Equal Order Subgroups Having Only Identity in Common. (1940) (0)
- THE CASE METHOD OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS (1919) (0)
- Upper Limit of the Degree of Transitivity of a Substitution Group. (0)
- Groups in Which Every Set of Independent Generators Is a Maximum Set. (1937) (0)
- Independent Generators Contained in a Subgroup of an Aberian Group (0)
- XLV. The substitution groups whose order is four (1896) (0)
- MATHEMATICS AND IDOLATRY (0)
- On the possible numbers of operators of order 2 in a group of order $2^m$ (1905) (0)
- Special Invariant Subgroups. (1943) (0)
- A few theorems relating to Sylow subgroups (1912) (0)
- History of Mathematics (1915) (0)
- Non-Group Operations. (1932) (0)
- On the groups generated by two operators satisfying the condition $s_1 s_2 = s_2^{ - 2} s_1^{ - 2}$ (0)
- Groups in which the number of operators in a set of conjugates is equal to the order of the commutator subgroup (1923) (0)
- On the holomorph of the cyclic group of order (1908) (0)
- Independent generators of a group of finite order (1915) (0)
- MODERN DEVELOPMENTS IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY MATHEMATICS (0)
- Groups Possessing at Least One Set of Independent Generators Composed of as Many Operators as There are Prime Factors in the Order of the Group. (1915) (0)
- Note on Sylow's Theorem (1904) (0)
- Automorphisms of Period Two of an Abelian Group whose Order is a Power of Two (0)
- On the Solutions of a System of Linear Equations (1910) (0)
- Graphical Methods and the History of Mathematics (0)
- SOME QUESTIONABLE TERMS AND DEFINITIONS USED IN ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS (1908) (0)
- Dickson's Linear Groups (1902) (0)
- Groups in Which the Squares of the Operators Generate a Cyclic Group. (1936) (0)
- GROUPS WHICH ARE DECOMPOSABLE INTO TWO NON-INVARIANT CYCLIC SUBGROUPS. (1930) (0)
- Illustrations and Simple Abstract Proof of Sylow's Theorem. (1945) (0)
- A NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS (1932) (0)
- Substitution Groups Whose Cycles of the Same Order Contain a Given Number of Letters (1922) (0)
- Determination of All the Groups Which Contain a Given Group as an Invariant Subgroup of Prime Index. (1928) (0)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators, s(1), s(2), Which Satisfy the Conditions s(1) = s(2), (s(1)s(2)) = I, s(1)s(2) = s(2)s(1). (1920) (0)
- Groups generated by two operators each of which is transformed into a power of itself by the square of the other (1910) (0)
- Sets of independent generators of a substitution group (1918) (0)
- The invariant substitutions under a substitution group (1907) (0)
- Form of the number of subgroups of prime power groups (1919) (0)
- The subgroup composed of the substitutions which omit a letter of a transitive group (1925) (0)
- The fifty-eighth meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1908) (0)
- The groups which contain less than six cyclic subgroups of the same order (1907) (0)
- On the Definition of an Infinite Number (1903) (0)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators of Order Three Whose Product Is of Order Three. (0)
- Mathematics in Portugal (1910) (0)
- Extension of a theorem due to Sylow (1905) (0)
- Groups Which Contain a Hamiltonian Subgroup of Odd Prime Index. (1937) (0)
- A Tribute to Samuel Walker Shattuck (1916) (0)
- Simplifications relating to a proof of Sylow's theorem (0)
- Minimum Number of Squares in a Group When Not All of Them Are Relatively Commutative. (1934) (0)
- Relations Between Abstract Group Properties and Substitution Groups (1919) (0)
- REFORM IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS (0)
- Certain Direct Products of the Groups of Self-Isometries. (1942) (0)
- Number of Operators of Prime Power Orders Contained in a Group. (1933) (0)
- The Groups which Contain Less Than Twenty Operators of Order Three (1906) (0)
- TANGENT LINES AMONG THE GREEKS (1922) (0)
- Felix Klein and the History of Modern Mathematics. (1927) (0)
- Mathematical Literature For High School Teachers (1913) (0)
- Groups Having a Maximum Number of Independent Generators. (1937) (0)
- Substitution Groups and Possible Arrangements of the Players at Card Tournaments (1917) (0)
- Groups Containing Less Than Twenty-Eight Non-Invariant Operators. (1944) (0)
- Formulas Giving the Number of the Groups Determined by Squares. (1935) (0)
- An Infinite System of Complete Groups (0)
- Complete Sets of Conjugates Under a Group (0)
- Examples of a few Elementary Groups (0)
- Reduction of the Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle to the Functions of the Angles in a Small Interval (1911) (0)
- Groups generated by two operators (₁,₂) satisfying the equation ₁²₂=₂²₁ (0)
- "Paulino" : a tale of the Philippines (0)
- Groups of Order 2 in Which the Number of the Sub-Groups of at Least One Order Is of the Form 1 + 4k. (1923) (0)
- Two Infinite Systems of Groups Generated by Two Operators of Order Four (1904) (0)
- Note on the groups generated by two operators whose squares are invariant (0)
- Errors in the Literature on Groups of Finite Order (0)
- On Several Points in the Theory of the Groups of a Finite Order (1898) (0)
- The December meeting of the San Francisco Section (1904) (0)
- On a Method of Constructing all the Groups of Order p m (1902) (0)
- Groups generated by two operators of the same prime order such that the conjugates of one under the powers of the other are commutative (1917) (0)
- The Relative Numbers of the Subgroups and Operators of Certain Groups. (1938) (0)
- EXPLANATION OF THE TERM FOURTH DIMENSION (0)
- GROUP OF ISOMORPHISMS OF AN ABELIAN GROUP. (1930) (0)
- Note on the maximal cyclic subgroups of a group of order $p^m$ (0)
- XVI. The operation groups of order 8p, p being any prime number (1896) (0)
- Groups Containing Four and Only Four Non-Invariant Subgroups. (1943) (0)
- Groups generated by two operators whose squares are invariant (1931) (0)
- Groups Containing a Given Number of Operators Whose Orders are Powers of the Same Prime Number (0)
- Illustrative Examples of Domains of Rationality and their Groups (0)
- Groups which are Commutator Subgroups of other Groups (0)
- Some Useful Mathematical Books Beyond Elementary Calculus (1912) (0)
- Some Elements of Substitution Groups (1899) (0)
- ON SEVERAL POINTS IN THE HISTORY OF ALGEBRA (1929) (0)
- Groups Generated by Two Operators of Order 3 Whose Commutator Is of Order 2. (1933) (0)
- The forty-eighth annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899) (0)
- On the alpha-Holomorphisms of a Group. (1918) (0)
- Sets of Conjugate Cycles of a Substitution Group. (1923) (0)
- HISTORIES OF MATHEMATICS BY FLORIAN CAJORI AND D. E. SMITH (1924) (0)
- Groups Containing Maximal Subgroups of Prime Order. (1941) (0)
- Groups Whose Operators Are of the Form st. (1927) (0)
- THE TRAINING OF MATHEMATICS TEACHERS1 (0)
- The groups of order $2^m$ which contain an invariant cyclic subgroup of order $2^{m - 2}$ (1905) (0)
- The Formula ½a(a + 1) for the Area of an Equilateral Triangle (1921) (0)
- An Elementary Example of Modular Systems (1903) (0)
- Abelian Groups Which Contain No More Than 25 Proper Subgroups. (1940) (0)
- Groups of Degree n Involving only Substitutions of Lower Degrees. (1938) (0)
- NON-ABELIAN GROUPS OF ODD PRIME POWER ORDER WHICH ADMIT A MAXIMAL NUMBER OF INVERSE CORRESPONDENCIES IN AN AUTOMORPHISM. (1929) (0)
- Note on the equation s1s2 = s22s21, s1 and s2 being operators of a finite group. (0)
- The Possible Abstract Groups of the Ten Orders 1909 – 1919 (1909) (0)
- Group-Theory Proof of Two Elementary Theorems in Number Theory (0)
- Substitutions which transform a regular group into its conjoint (1927) (0)
- Sets of Independent Generators of a Finite Group. (1937) (0)
- A MINOR REFORM (1905) (0)
- Note on the Groups of Subtraction and Division, and on the Hyperbolic Functions (1908) (0)
- Properties of the subgroups of an abelian prime power group which are conjugate under its group of isomorphisms (1920) (0)
- The Permutation Groups of a General Degree. (1942) (0)
- Review: Leonard Eugene Dickson, Introduction to the Theory of Algebraic Equations (1904) (0)
- Largest Groups Determined by the Squares of Their Operators. (1935) (0)
- Groups Containing a Prime Number of Conjugate Subgroups. (1943) (0)
- Reciprocal subgroups of an abelian group (1921) (0)
- THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GRAPH FOR EXPRESSING FUNCTIONALITY (1928) (0)
- New Proof of the Invariants of an Abelian Group (0)
- Royal Society of London, Catalogue of Scientific Papers, 1800–1900 (0)
- On the Generalization and Extension of Sylow's Theorem (1904) (0)
- NEW MATHEMATICAL PERIODICALS (1922) (0)
- Factor congruences in the history of mathematics (1936) (0)
- Groups in which every operator has at most a prime number of conjugates (1933) (0)
- Groups Involving Three and Only Three Squares. (1934) (0)
- Graphical method of finding the possible sets of independent generators of an abelian group (1916) (0)
- On the Groups of the Figures of Elementary Geometry (1903) (0)
- MATHEMATICAL SHORTCOMINGS OF THE GREEKS (1924) (0)
- The Cyclic Group as a Basic Element in the Theory of Numbers (1911) (0)
- Note on Netto's Theory of Substitutions (0)
- ON THE DEFINITION OF AN ANGLE (0)
- Maximal Subgroups Whose Orders Are Divisible by Two or Three. (1941) (0)
- XXVI.On the simple isomorphisms of a substitution-group to itself (1898) (0)
- Groups involving only Operators whose Orders are Divisors of Four (0)
- Groups Involving a Small Number of Conjugates. (1931) (0)
- THE MATHEMATICAL HANDBOOK OF AHMES (1905) (0)
- Historical note on Negative Numbers (1933) (0)
- Groups in which the squares of the elements are a dihedral subgroup (1934) (0)
- p-Isomorphisms of an abelian group of order $p^m$. (0)
- Harmony as a Principle of Mathematical Development. (1928) (0)
- On the abelian groups which are conformal with non-abelian groups (0)
- Definitions of the Discriminant of a Rational Integral Function of One Variable (1918) (0)
- Number of cycles of the same order in any given substitution group (1924) (0)
- External Encouragement for the Study of Higher Mathematics (1908) (0)
- Number of Systems of Imprimitivity of Transitive Substitution Groups. (0)
- Maximal Invariant Proper Subgroups of a Finite Group. (1941) (0)
- Groups Whose Orders Involve a Small Number of Unity Congruences (0)
- In a Simple Group of an Odd Composite Order every System of Conjugate Operators or Sub‐groups includes more than Fifty (1900) (0)
- The Function of Mathematics in Sceintific Research (1917) (0)
- A characteristic property of a co-set (0)
- The phi-Subgroup of a Group of Finite Order. (0)
- Groups generated by two operators satisfying the condition $s_1 s_2 = s_2^{-1}s_1^n$ (0)

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