Hans Hahn

1879 - 1934

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Hans Hahn was an Austrian mathematician who is best remembered for the Hahn-Banach theorem. He also made important contributions to the calculus of variations, developing ideas of Weierstrass.
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List of References (12 books/articles)

A Poster of Hans Hahn

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Additional Material in MacTutor

  1. Hans Hahn and The crisis in intuition
  2. Karl Menger on Hans Hahn


Other Web sites
  1. Mathematical Genealogy Project

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