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Published
**August 31, 1996**
by Springer
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Written in English

- History of mathematics,
- Mathematical logic,
- Science,
- Humanists,
- Mathematicians And Their Works,
- Scientists,
- Mathematics,
- Reference,
- Mathematicians,
- General,
- Grassmann, Hermann,
- Mathematics / General,
- Mathematics / Logic,
- Congresses,
- 1809-1877,
- Biography,
- Germany,
- Grassmann, Hermann,

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 404 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7808233M |

ISBN 10 | 0792342615 |

ISBN 10 | 9780792342618 |

Introduction.- Graßmann’s life.- Graßmann’s sources of inspiration.- Hermann Günther Graßmann’s contributions to the development of mathematics and their place in the history of mathematics.- The genesis and essence of Hermann Günther Graßmann’s philosophical views in the Extension Theory of Chronology of Graßmann’s life Hermann Günther Grassmann ( aprill Stettin – september ) oli saksa õpetlane, keeleteadlane ja matemaatik. Artikli kirjutamine on selles kohas pooleli jäänud. Jätkamine on kõigile lahkesti lubatud. Publikatsioonid (valik) Ableitung der Krystallgestalten aus dem allgemeinen Gesetze der Krystallbildung.

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A Brief Biographical Sketch of the life of Hermann Grassmann Following is a very brief biography of Hermann Grassmann, which relies heavily on Michael Crowe’s seminal work A History of Vector a more recent and complete evaluation of Grassmann’s life, the reader is referred to the excellent works of Hans-Joachim Petsche [see below]. Hermann Günther Grassmann (n aprilie la Szczecin - d. 26 septembrie tot la Szczecin) a fost un savant german care a activat în variate domenii: lingvistică, matematică, fizică, publicistică.A fost un adevărat umanist al epocii mater: Universitatea Humboldt din Berlin, .

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Hermann Günther Graßmann (): Visionary Mathematician, Scientist and Neohumanist Scholar (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science ()) th Edition by Gert Schubring (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Gert Schubring Page.

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Graßmann (), the remarkable universalist whose work recast the foundations of these disciplines and shaped the course of their modern. Hermann Günther Graßmann was one of the most remarkable personalities in 19th-century science. A "small-town genius", he developed a groundbreaking n-dimensional algebra of space and contributed to a revolution in the understanding of mathematics.

His work fascinated great mathematicians such as W. The Ausdehnungslehre of is Grassmann's most mature presentation of his "extension theory". The work was unique in capturing the full sweep of his mathematical achievements. Compared with Grassmann's first book, Lineale Ausdehnungslehre, this book contains an enormous amount of new material, including a detailed development of the inner product and its relation to the concept of angle.

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No thanks. Try the new Google Books. View eBook. Hermann Günther Graßmann (): Visionary Mathematician, Scientist and Neohumanist Scholar. Gert Schubring. Springer Netherlands, - Mathematics - pages. Hermann Günther Graßmann was one of the most remarkable personalities in 19th-century science.

A "small-town genius", he developed a groundbreaking n-dimensional algebra of space and contributed to a revolution in the understanding of mathematics. His work fascinated great mathematicians such as W.

Hamilton, J. Gibbs and A. Whitehead. About this book Introduction In this volume specialists in mathematics, physics, and linguistics present the first comprehensive analysis of the ideas and influence of Hermann G. Graßmann (), the remarkable universalist whose work recast the foundations of these disciplines and shaped the course of their modern development.

Hermann Günther Graßmann was one of the 19 th century’s most remarkable scientists, but many aspects of his life have remained in the dark. This book assembles essential, first-hand information on the Graßmann family.

It sheds light on the family’s struggle. The genesis of Grassmann algebra Hermann Günther Grassmann was born in in Stettin, near the border of Germany and Poland.

He was only 23 when he discovered the method of adding and multiplying points and vectors which was to become the foundation of his Ausdehnungslehre. E Scholz, The influence of Justus Grassmann's crystallographic works on Hermann Grassmann, in Hermann Günther Grassmann (): visionary mathematician, scientist and neohumanist scholar (Dordrecht, ), E Scholz, Hermann Grassmanns Analysis in Vektorräumen, Math.

Semesterber. 31 (2) (), Hermann Günther Grassmann, (born ApStettin, Prussia [now Szczecin, Pol.]—died Sept. 26,Stettin, Ger.), German mathematician chiefly remembered for his development of a general calculus of vectors in Die lineale Ausdehnungslehre, ein neuer Zweig der Mathematik (; “The Theory of Linear Extension, a New Branch of Mathematics”).

Hermann Günther Grassmann (German: Graßmann; 15 April 26 September ) was a German polymath, known in his day as a linguist and now also as a mathematician. He was also a physicist, neohumanist, general scholar, and s: 1.

This book (written in German) describes the life and mathematical achievements of Hermann Günther Grassmann (). In the first chapter, the author presents Grassmann's life from his childhood up to his death, a life played out on the background political, social and cultural situation in Germany during the first half of the 19th century.

Hermann Günter Grassmann was born on 15 April in Stettin, Prussia (now Szczecin, Poland). Hermann Grassmann is chiefly remembered for his development of a general calculus for vectors. Hermann Günter Grassmann died on 26 September in Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland).

Grassmann’s most gifted son, Hermann, wrote three textbooks on analytic geometry based on the approach of the Ausdehnungslehre: and in he applied the latter to the theory of gyroscopic motion.

The other most important German advocates of the book were R. Mehmke and his student A. Lotas. Hermann Günther Grassmann was a gifted German thinker whose work spanned the fields of mathematics and linguistics, theology, and botany.

His decision to focus on mathematics came when he but he abandoned the field 20 years later when his formulation of a geometric calculus did not receive the recognition it deserved. Grassmann's conception of n-dimensional vector spaceand multi.

Grassmann, Hermann Born Apr. 15,in Stettin; died there Sept. 26, German mathematician. Also worked in physics and philology. Grassmann’s work The Calculus of Extension () gave the first systematic construction of the study of n-dimensional Euclidean space and led to the development of vector analysis and tensor calculus.

However. unknown until Hermann Weyl stated it in the context of Relativity Theory in (referring only to Graßmann’s “epoch making work”). • In the late s axiomatization finally unified the field, which nowadays holds a central position in Mathematics.

• Many of Graßmann’s Linear Algebra results were reestablished independentlyFile Size: 1MB. Hermann Graßmann - Roots and Traces: Autographs and Unknown Documents PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad. Hermann Günther Graßmann was one of the 19 th century’s most remarkable scientists, but many aspects of his life have remained in the dark.

This book assembles essential, first-hand information on the Graßmann family. Hermann Günther Grassmann (Ap – Septem ) was a German polymath, best known as a mathematician and mathematical work was little noted until he was in his sixties.

He was also a physicist, neohumanist, general scholar, and publisher.Hermann Günther Grassmann (Graßmann; Ap – Septem ) was a German polymath, known in his day as a linguist and now also as a mathematician.

78 relations.Grassmann, Hermann Günther hĕr´män gün´tər gräs´män, –77, German mathematician and Sanskrit scholar, educated in Berlin. He invented a new algebra of vectors (somewhat similar to quaternions), presented in his book Die Ausdehnungslehre (, 4th ed.

). He composed a translation of the Rig-Veda (–77).