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The Dictionary of Mathematical Eponymy: Banach’s Matchbox Problem

Stefan Banach was one of the early 20th century’s most important mathematicians – if you’re at all interested in popular maths, you’ll have heard of the Banach-Tarski paradox; if you’ve done any serious linera algebra, you’ll know about Banach spaces; if you’ve read Cracking Mathematics (available wherever good books are

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The Dictionary of Mathematical Eponymy: Ackermann’s function

For 2019, I’m trying an experiment: every couple of weeks, writing a post about a mathematical object that a) I don’t know much about and b) is named after somebody. These posts are a trial run – let me know how you find them! The chief use of the Ackermann

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