# John Robert Kline

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American mathematician

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Mathematics

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Group Theory

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Algebra

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Number Theory

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## John Robert Kline's Degrees

- PhD Mathematics Princeton University
- Masters Mathematics Stanford University

## Why Is John Robert Kline Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, John Robert Kline was an American mathematician and educator. Biography One of three children born to Henry K. Kline and Emma M. Kline, he was Professor of mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania from 1920 to 1955. A Ph.D. student of Robert Lee Moore, he was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1925, later Chairman of the Department of Mathematics from 1933 to 1954, and Thomas A. Scott Professor of Mathematics from 1941 to 1955.

## John Robert Kline's Published Works

### Published Works

- ACUTE diffuse interstitial fibrosis of the lungs. (1952) (364)
- Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society (1949) (156)
- Sets of independent postulates for betweenness (1917) (56)
- On the Most General Plane Closed Point-Set Through Which it is Possible to Pass a Simple Continuous Arc (1919) (23)
- Acute gaseous cholecystitis; report of a case. (1948) (10)
- Roentgen findings in primary duodenal and paraduodenal malignant lesions. (1947) (9)
- Acute diffuse interstitial fibrosis of the lungs. (1952) (9)
- The October meeting in New York (1933) (8)
- Double Elliptic Geometry in Terms of Point and Order (1916) (8)
- The purged colon. (1954) (7)
- Separation theorems and their relation to recent developments in analysis situs (1928) (6)
- A theorem concerning connected point sets (4)
- Report of a case of spontaneous cholecystoduodenostomy. (1947) (3)
- Closed connected sets which remain connected upon the removal of certain, connected subsets (3)
- The April meeting in New York (1933) (3)
- Closed Connected Sets Which Are Disconnected by the Removal of a Finite Number of Points. (2)
- SUMMER MEETING OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY. (1934) (2)
- What is the Jordan Curve Theorem (1942) (2)
- Rehabilitation of Graduate Work (1946) (2)
- Concerning approachability of simple closed and open curves (1920) (1)
- Concerning the Division of the Plane by Continua. (1924) (1)
- Concerning Sense on Closed Curves in Non-Metrical Plane Analysis Situs (1919) (1)
- Gallstone obstruction of the colon. (1961) (1)
- The February meeting in New York (1933) (1)
- The converse of the theorem concerning the division of a plane by an open curve (1917) (1)
- Concerning the complement of a countable infinity of point sets of a certain type (1917) (1)
- AVAILABLE TEACHERS OF COLLEGIATE MATHEMATICS. (1943) (1)
- The International Congress of Mathematicians (1)
- The annual meeting in Pittsburgh (1935) (1)
- A New Proof of a Theorem Due to Schoenflies. (1920) (1)
- Concerning the sum of a countable infinity of mutually exclusive continua (1927) (1)
- Concerning the sum of two continua each irreducible between the same pair of points (0)
- The summer meeting at Williamstown (1934) (0)
- A condition that every subcontinu of a continuous curve be a continuous curve (0)
- A Definition of Sense on Closed Curves in Non-Metrical Plane Analysis Situs (1918) (0)
- Report of the meeting of the Council of the Society in New York City on February 24, 1945 (1945) (0)
- The Third Annual Meeting of The Philadelphia Section (1929) (0)
- Concerning the complementary intervals of countable closed sets (1925) (0)
- The March meeting in New York (1934) (0)
- Occupational classification of mathematicians (1942) (0)
- Available Teachers of Collegiate Mathematics (1943) (0)
- Review: Georges Bouligand, Les Definitions Modernes de la Dimension (1939) (0)
- Committee on Available Teachers of Collegiate Mathematics (1943) (0)
- Sierpinski on the Continuum (1936) (0)
- The problem of securing teachers of collegiate mathematics for wartime needs (1943) (0)
- Communications: Registration of Mathematics Teachers (1943) (0)
- The American Mathematical Society and Applied Mathematics (1947) (0)
- The Second Meeting of the Philadelphia Section (1928) (0)
- On the Passing of Simple Continuous Arcs through Plane Point Sets (0)
- Mathematicians and the new selective service regulations (1944) (0)
- Committee on available teachers collegiate mathematics (1943) (0)
- National committee on physicists and mathematicians (1943) (0)
- A new deferment procedure for mathematicians (1943) (0)
- JAMES ALEXANDER SHOHAT. (1944) (0)
- Occupational classification of mathematicians. Memorandum F (1943) (0)
- Annual Meeting of the Society (1913) (0)
- The Pittsburgh symposium on group theory and quantum mechanics (1935) (0)
- II Soviet Mathematics (1952) (0)
- Memorandum concerning the deferment of graduate students, teachers, and research workers in physical science (1946) (0)

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