L'Enseignement Mathématique

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Volume 14 (1968): L'ENSEIGNEMENT MATHÉMATIQUE
Issue 1: L'ENSEIGNEMENT MATHÉMATIQUE
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Article: ANALYTIC SPACES 1 Download as PDF
Abstract: CONTENTS 1 Download as PDF
Chapter: Chapter 1 ANALYTIC SPACES AND OPERATIONS ON THEM 1 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1.1 Reduced analytic spaces. 2 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1.2. Definition of general analytic spaces. 3 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1.3. Operations on analytic spaces. 8 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1.4. Relations between reduced and non-reduced spaces. 10 Download as PDF
Chapter: Chapter 2. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS ON ANALYTIC SPACES 11 Download as PDF
Chapter: Chapter 3. FINITE MORPHISMS 16 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3.1. Local theory. 16 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3.2. Germs of analytic spaces. 20 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3.3 Finite morphisms 21 Download as PDF
Chapter: Chapter 4. THE FINITENESS THEOREM 22 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4.1. Stein spaces 22 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4.2. Topology on Γ(X, F). 23 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4.3. Topology on $H^p (X, F)$ 24 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4.4. The finiteness theorem 26 Download as PDF
Appendix: Appendix Local noetherian rings 27 Download as PDF
Bibliography 28 Download as PDF
Article: MEROMORPHIC MAPPINGS 29 Download as PDF
Chapter: Introduction 29 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Correspondences 29 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. HOLOMORPHIC CORRESPONDENCES 32 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. Meromorphic mappings 33 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Extension of meromorphic mappings 36 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. Maximal meromorphic mappings 41 Download as PDF
Bibliography 46 Download as PDF
Article: FLATNESS AND PRIVILEGE 47 Download as PDF
Chapter: I. Flat Morphisms 47 Download as PDF
Chapter: §1. Analytic subspaces of an analytic space 47 Download as PDF
Chapter: §2. Analytic pull-back 48 Download as PDF
Chapter: §3. Introduction to flatness by examples 49 Download as PDF
Chapter: §4. Algebraic study of flatness 51 Download as PDF
Chapter: §5. Geometrie applications of the flatness criterions 58 Download as PDF
Chapter: III. Privileged polycylinders 62 Download as PDF
Chapter: §1. Banach vector bundles over an analytic space 62 Download as PDF
Chapter: §2. Privileged polycylinders 66 Download as PDF
Chapter: IV. FLATNESS AND PRIVILEGE 69 Download as PDF
Chapter: §1. Morphisms from an analytic space into B (K) 69 Download as PDF
Chapter: §2. The flatness and privilege theorem 70 Download as PDF
Bibliography 74 Download as PDF
Article: COMPACT ANALYTICAL VARIETIES 75 Download as PDF
Abstract: CONTENTS 75 Download as PDF
Chapter: Introduction 75 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Preliminaries 75 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. The vanishing theorem of Kodaira 77 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. An imbedding theorem 80 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Line bundle associated to a divisor 82 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. Meromorphic forms 85 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6. The Atiyah-Hodge theorem 86 Download as PDF
Chapter: 7. Lefschetz' theorem on hyperplane sections 93 Download as PDF
Bibliography 97 Download as PDF
Article: THE COHERENCE OF DIRECT IMAGES 99 Download as PDF
Chapter: Introduction 99 Download as PDF
Chapter: Cohomology theory 99 Download as PDF
Chapter: Stein manifolds 100 Download as PDF
Chapter: Direct images of sheaves 101 Download as PDF
Chapter: VERY SPECIAL CASE 102 Download as PDF
Chapter: Measure charts 104 Download as PDF
Chapter: Existence of admissible refinements of measure coverings 106 Download as PDF
Chapter: General Theory 107 Download as PDF
Chapter: Smoothing 109 Download as PDF
Chapter: Approximation 114 Download as PDF
Chapter: Main Theorem 117 Download as PDF
Bibliography 119 Download as PDF
Article: REPRESENTATIONS OF COMPACT GROUPS AND SPHERICAL HARMONICS 121 Download as PDF
Chapter: §1. Introductory Remarks 121 Download as PDF
Chapter: §2. The construction of irreducible representations of some special groups 126 Download as PDF
Chapter: §3. Representations of Class 1 and Spherical Harmonics 140 Download as PDF
Chapter: §4. SOME PROPERTIES OF SPHERICAL HARMONICS 150 Download as PDF
Chapter: §5. Special results for n=4 164 Download as PDF
Chapter: §6. The Fourier transform of functions on $R^n$ 167 Download as PDF
Bibliography 172 Download as PDF
Article: MULTIPLIERS OF UNIFORM CONVERGENCE 175 Download as PDF
Bibliography 187 Download as PDF
Article: UNE REMARQUE SUR ξ(1+it) 189 Download as PDF
Rubric 192 Download as PDF
Article: ON A PROBLEM OF ERDÖS 193 Download as PDF
Bibliography 193 Download as PDF
Rubric 194 Download as PDF
Article: L'HYPOTHÈSE DE FERMAT POUR LES EXPOSANTS NÉGATIFS 195 Download as PDF
Article: SOMMES DE PUISSANCES m iemes DANS LES ANNEAUX ß-ADIQUES ET LES ANNEAUX D'ENTIERS ALGÉBRIQUES 197 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Introduction 197 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. Sommes de puissances m iemes dans un anneau ß-adique 198 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. Sommes de puissances m iemes dans un anneau d'entiers algébriques 199 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. DÉMONSTRATION DU THÉORÈME (3.3). 201 Download as PDF
Bibliography 204 Download as PDF
Article: SUR QUELQUES APPLICATIONS DE LA «MÉTHODE DE L'HYPERBOLE» DE DIRICHLET A LA THÉORIE DES NOMBRES PREMIERS 205 Download as PDF
Chapter: I. Introduction 205 Download as PDF
Chapter: II. Sur un théorème de Hardy et Ramanujan 206 Download as PDF
Chapter: III. Sur un théorème de Rényi et Delange 213 Download as PDF
Chapter: IV. MÉTHODE ANALYTIQUE 222 Download as PDF
Appendix: Appendice 222 Download as PDF
Bibliography 224 Download as PDF
Article: SUR UNE CLASSE DE PROPRIÉTÉS COMMUNES A QUELQUES TYPES DIFFÉRENTS D'ALGÈBRES 225 Download as PDF
Chapter: Introduction 225 Download as PDF
Chapter: Partie I : Quelques types d'algèbres 227 Download as PDF
Chapter: Partie II: Algèbres associatives et applications multilinéaires 237 Download as PDF
Chapter: Partie III: Algèbres de Lie et algèbres de Vinberg — plus sur les déformations — systèmes de composition 254 Download as PDF
Bibliography 274 Download as PDF
Chapter: Notes bibliographiques concernant la partie I 276 Download as PDF
Chapter: Notes bibliographiques de la partie II 276 Download as PDF
Chapter: Notes bibliographiques de la partie III 276 Download as PDF
Rubric 278 Download as PDF
Article: CONTINUITY OF FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES 279 Download as PDF
Bibliography 281 Download as PDF
Rubric 282 Download as PDF
Article: EIN HOLOMORPH-SEPARABLER KOMPLEXER RAUM MUSS NICHT HOLOMORPH-REGULÄR SEIN 283 Download as PDF
Notes: Bemerkungen 284 Download as PDF
Bibliography 284 Download as PDF
Article: NOTE ON ABSOLUTE SUMMABILITY FACTORS 285 Download as PDF
Bibliography 288 Download as PDF
Article: CONVEXITÉ ET ENCHAÎNEMENT 289 Download as PDF
Bibliography 302 Download as PDF
Article: CLASSES DE CHERN D'UN ESPACE HOMOGÈNE PRESQUE COMPLEXE 303 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Donnée du problème 303 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. Extension des fibres principaux 304 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. Interprétations des représentations complexes irréductibles d'un tore T 307 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Classes de Chern d'un fibré vectoriel complexe associé a un G-fibré principal 310 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. Classe de Chern d'un espace homogène presque complexe 311 Download as PDF
Chapter: Appendice: le principe de clivage 313 Download as PDF
Bibliography 315 Download as PDF
Rubric 316 Download as PDF
Article: ADDENDUM ON SOME GENERALISATIONS OF ABEL SUMMABILITY 317 Download as PDF
Bibliography 319 Download as PDF
Chapter: ENQUÊTE DE LA COMMISSION INTERNATIONALE DE L'ENSEIGNEMENT MATHÉMATIQUE (CONGRÈS INTERNATIONAL D'AMSTERDAM — 1954). 331 Download as PDF
Rubric: COMMISSION INTERNATIONALE DE L'ENSEIGNEMENT MATHÉMATIQUE (C.I.E.M.) 332 Download as PDF
Rubric: SOCIÉTÉ MATHÉMATIQUE SUISSE 335 Download as PDF
Rubric: BULLETIN BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE 1 Download as PDF
Back matter 8 Download as PDF
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INTERNATIONAL REVIEW - Gegründet 1899
Offizielle Zeitschrift der Internationalen Kommission von L'Enseignement Mathématique.

Eine der kennzeichnenden Eigenschaften der Zeitschrift von Anfang an war eine Reihe von Artikeln über den Unterricht der Mathematik in den verschiedenen Ländern. Der Ehrgeiz der Internationalität der Zeitschrift führte soweit, dass sogar Artikeln und Chroniken in Esperanto veröffentlicht wurden. Auch erwähnt werden sollen hier veröffentlichte Texte über die soziale Rolle der Wissenschaft und eine grosse Untersuchung über die Arbeitsmethode der Mathematiker. Im Stil, der dieser Zeit eigen war, erklären die Gründer (in der Adresse an den Leser von 1904), "ein universelles wissenschaftliches Instrument des Fortschritts, der brüderlichen Solidarität" gebaut zu haben und fügen auch ganz bescheiden hinzu:

«Während der fünf Jahre, die seit der Schaffung dieser Zeitschrift vergangen sind, haben wir die Gewissheit erlangt, dass sie nützlich war.»

Eine Präzisierung der Direktoren von 1904:

«Das Wort "Unterricht" hat für uns die breiteste Bedeutung. Gemeint ist sowohl der Unterricht der Schüler als auch der Unterricht der Professoren. Und im Übrigen geht das eine ohne das andere nicht.»

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