# Henry Seely White

American mathematician

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## Henry Seely White's Degrees

- PhD Mathematics University of Chicago

## Why Is Henry Seely White Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Henry Seely White was an American mathematician. He was born in Cazenovia, New York to parents Aaron White and Isadore Maria Haight. He matriculated at Wesleyan University in Connecticut and graduated with honors in 1882 at the age of twenty-one. White excelled at Wesleyan in astronomy, ethics, Latin, logic, mathematics, and philosophy. At the university, John Monroe Van Vleck taught White mathematics and astronomy. Later, Van Vleck persuaded White to continue to study mathematics at the graduate level. Subsequently, White studied at the University of Göttingen under Klein, and received his doctorate in 1891.

## Henry Seely White's Published Works

### Published Works

- Complete classification of the triad systems on fifteen elements (49)
- The Complete Enumeration of Triad Systems in 15 Elements. (1917) (42)
- The plane figure of seven real lines (1932) (9)
- Seven Points on a Twisted Cubic Curve. (1915) (9)
- FORTY YEARS' FLUCTUATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH. (1915) (7)
- THE ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH. (1921) (4)
- The Associated Point of Seven Points in Space (1922) (3)
- The Synthesis of Triad Systems Delta in t Elements in Particular for t = 31. (3)
- Construction of a groupless and headless triad system on 31 elements (1934) (3)
- The Convex Cells Formed by Seven Planes. (1939) (2)
- Triangles and Quadrilaterals Inscribed to a Cubic and Circumscribed to a Conic (1906) (2)
- PONCELET POLYGONS. (1)
- Formal synthesis of two periodic correspondences, of period five and seven, respectively (1938) (1)
- Constructional Data for Small Telescope Objectives (1919) (1)
- Groupless triad systems on fifteen elements (1915) (1)
- A Variable System of Sevens on Two Twisted Cubic Curves. (1916) (0)
- MATHEMATICS IN NINETEENTH CENTURY SCIENCE. (1916) (0)
- Rational plane curves related to Riemann transformations (0)
- On twisted cubic curves that have a directrix (1903) (0)
- Cubic Involutions and a C 3 (1926) (0)
- Twisted Quartic Curves of the First Species and Certain Covariant Quartics (1903) (0)
- Serret's Analogue of Desargues's Theorem (1922) (0)
- Fourteen species of skew hexagons (1941) (0)
- A property of two (+1)-gons inscribed in a norm-curve in -space (0)
- Note on a Twisted Curve Connected with an Involution of Pairs of Points in a Plane (0)
- Review: B. M. Walker, On the Resolution of Higher Singularities of Algebraic Curves into Ordinary Nodes (1908) (0)

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