L'Enseignement Mathématique

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Volume 28 (1982): L'ENSEIGNEMENT MATHÉMATIQUE
Issue 1-2: L'ENSEIGNEMENT MATHÉMATIQUE
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Article: FROBENIUS RECIPROCITY AND LIE GROUP REPRESENTATIONS ON $\bar{\delta}$ COHOMOLOGY SPACES 3 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Introduction 3 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. Induction and reciprocity 6 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. Representations of non-compact semisimple groups 15 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Remarks on the nilpotent case: polarizations and harmonic induction 21 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. FURTHER NOTES 24 Download as PDF
Bibliography 26 Download as PDF
Article: ON THE NUMBER OF RESTRICTED PRIME FACTORS OF AN INTEGER. III 31 Download as PDF
Chapter: §1. Introduction 31 Download as PDF
Chapter: §2. Notation 37 Download as PDF
Chapter: §3. Proofs of Theorems 1.6 and 1.11, and related results 38 Download as PDF
Chapter: §4. Proofs of Theorem 1.14 and related results 43 Download as PDF
Chapter: §5. Proofs of Theorem 1.21 and related results 46 Download as PDF
Bibliography 51 Download as PDF
Article: THE REPRESENTATION THEORY OF SL(2, R), A NON-INFINITESIMAL APPROACH 53 Download as PDF
Abstract: Abstract 53 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Introduction 53 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. The canonical matrix elements of the principal series 55 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2.1. Preliminaries 55 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2.2. The principal series 56 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2.3. CALCULATION OF THE CANONICAL MATRIX ELEMENTS 58 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2.4. Notes 60 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. The irreducible subquotient representations of the principal series 61 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3.1. Subquotient representations 61 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3.2. The case SU(1, 1) 63 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3.3. Notes 65 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Equivalences between irreducible subquotient representations OF THE PRINCIPAL SERIES 66 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4.1. Naimark equivalence 66 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4.2. The case SU(1, 1) 70 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4.3. Notes 72 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. Equivalence of irreducible representations of SU(1, 1) to subrepresentations of the principal series 73 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5.1. Spherical functions 73 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5.2. Spherical functions of type δ 74 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5.3. The generalized Abel transform 75 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5.4. The main theorem 77 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5.5. COMPLETION OF THE PROOF OF THE MAIN THEOREM 78 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5.6. Notes 82 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6. Unitarizability of irreducible subrepresentations OF THE PRINCIPAL SERIES 83 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6.1. A CRITERIUM FOR UNITARIZABILITY 83 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6.2. The case SU(1, 1) 85 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6.3. Notes 87 Download as PDF
Bibliography 88 Download as PDF
Article: INTRODUCTION AUX VARIÉTÉS ABÉLIENNES COMPLEXES 91 Download as PDF
Chapter: Intentions 91 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Enoncé du théorème de base 92 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. Partie analytique de la démonstration 95 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. Commentaires concernant la partie analytique de la démonstration 107 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Partie cohomologique de la démonstration 112 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. Commentaires concernant la partie cohomologique de la démonstration 121 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6. Classification de variétés abéliennes 123 Download as PDF
Bibliography 137 Download as PDF
Article: UNE PRÉSENTATION ADÉLIQUE DE LA SÉRIE SINGULIÈRE ET DU PROBLÈME DE WARING 139 Download as PDF
Chapter: Introduction 139 Download as PDF
Chapter: Chapitre I. La transformation de Gauss 140 Download as PDF
Chapter: Chapitre II. Le théorème de Hardy-Littlewood 154 Download as PDF
Bibliography 170 Download as PDF
Article: STRUCTURED vs GENERAL MODELS IN COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY 171 Download as PDF
Chapter: I. Introduction and Conclusion 171 Download as PDF
Chapter: II. Comparison Based Models 175 Download as PDF
Chapter: III. Arithmetic Models — Algebraic Complexity 181 Download as PDF
Chapter: IV. Other Structured Models 184 Download as PDF
Bibliography 187 Download as PDF
Article: TURING MACHINES THAT TAKE ADVICE 191 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Introduction 191 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. NONUNIFORM COMPLEXITY MEASURES 192 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. SUMMARY OF MAIN RESULTS 194 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. The Round-Robin Tournament Method 195 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. The Self-Reducibility Method 200 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6. The Method of Recursive Definition 203 Download as PDF
Bibliography 208 Download as PDF
Article: NON-STANDARD MODELS OF PEANO ARITHMETIC 211 Download as PDF
Chapter: II. Bounded Ultrapowers 213 Download as PDF
Chapter: III. Peano arithmetic and the Stability Condition 218 Download as PDF
Chapter: IV. Ramsey-type Theorems 222 Download as PDF
Chapter: V. Construction of the Model 223 Download as PDF
Chapter: VI. A Simpler Model 225 Download as PDF
Chapter: VII. Variations 228 Download as PDF
Chapter: Note (Added in proof) 230 Download as PDF
Bibliography 231 Download as PDF
Article: ON BOOLEAN ALGEBRAS WITH DISTINGUISHED SUBALGEBRAS 233 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. The sheaf representation of Boolean algebra extensions 235 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. Relative automorphisms of finite extensions 237 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. Truth values in for statements about (B, A) 242 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Decidability and complétions of Th (K) 244 Download as PDF
Bibliography 252 Download as PDF
Article: RFDUCIBILITY BY ALGEBRAIC PROJECTIONS 253 Download as PDF
Abstract: Abstract 253 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Introduction 253 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. Definitions 254 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. p-DEFINABILITY 257 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. Closure properties 259 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. A NON-EXISTENT HIERARCHY 262 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6. Universality of Linear Programming 263 Download as PDF
Appendix: Appendix 1 265 Download as PDF
Appendix: Appendix 2 267 Download as PDF
Bibliography 268 Download as PDF
Article: EINIGE UNENTSCHEIDBARE KÖRPERTHEORIEN 269 Download as PDF
Preface: 0) EINLEITUNG 269 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1) DISKUSSION DES RESULTATS 269 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2) KONSTRUKTION VON M 272 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3) KONSTRUKTION VON K 273 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4) Die Eigenschaften von K 277 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5) Beweis des Satzes 279 Download as PDF
Bibliography 279 Download as PDF
Article: MEILLEURE APPROXIMATION LINÉAIRE ET ESPACES EUCLIDIENS 281 Download as PDF
Chapter: Introduction 281 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Théorème principal, diverses formulations 281 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. DÉMONSTRATION DE LA DIFFÉRENTIABILITÉ 285 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. DÉMONSTRATION DU THÉORÈME A (CAS DIFFÉRENTIABLE) 290 Download as PDF
Bibliography 293 Download as PDF
Article: HARMONIZABLE PROCESSES: STRUCTURE THEORY 295 Download as PDF
Abstract: Contents 295 Download as PDF
Chapter: 1. Introduction 295 Download as PDF
Chapter: 2. Harmonizability 300 Download as PDF
Chapter: 3. Integral representation of a class of second order processes 305 Download as PDF
Chapter: 4. V-BOUNDEDNESS, WEAK AND STRONG HARMONIZABILITY 314 Download as PDF
Chapter: 5. Domination problem for harmonizable fields 322 Download as PDF
Chapter: 6. Stationary dilations 326 Download as PDF
Chapter: 7. Characterizations of weak harmonizability 332 Download as PDF
Chapter: 8. Associated spectra and consequences 337 Download as PDF
Chapter: 9. Multivariate extension and related problems 343 Download as PDF
Bibliography 350 Download as PDF
Rubric: BULLETIN BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE 1 Download as PDF
Rubric: BULLETIN BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE 45 Download as PDF
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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:

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