Browsing Theses  Dept. of Mathematics by Issue Date
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A study of the interference of polarized light by the method of coherency matrices
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1930) 
Introductory study of hypercomplex number systems and their applications in geometry
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1931) 
Stäkel systems
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1936) 
Definite integrals
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1937) 
Ruled surfaces in Euclidean four space
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1939) 
An algebra for theoretical genetics
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1940) 
On spherical probability distributions
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1941) 
The physical applications of hypergeometric functions
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1946) 
On the stationary solutions of Van Der Pol's equation with a forcing term
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1946) 
On the fourier series of the square of a function
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1946) 
Mathematical theory of lubricationtype flow
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947) 
Separable stackel systems
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947) 
A mathematical survey of computing devices with an appendix on an error analysis of differential analyzers
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947) 
The lebesgue density theorem in abstract measure spaces
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947) 
Application of random codes to the gathering of statistical information
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948) 
Separation of Laplace's equation
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948) 
On the equivalence of two continuous homology theories
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948) 
On integral equations, their solution by iteration and analytic continuation
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950) 
Extremal problems for polynomials and power series
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951) 
An investigation of oscillations in flows over curved surfaces
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951)