Otto Hesse

Otto Hesse Ludwig Otto Hesse (22 April 1811 – 4 August 1874) was a German mathematician. Hesse was born in Königsberg, Prussia, and died in Munich, Bavaria. He worked mainly on algebraic invariants, and geometry. The Hessian matrix, the Hesse normal form, the Hesse configuration, the Hessian group, Hessian pairs, Hesse's theorem, Hesse pencil, and the Hesse transfer principle are named after him. Many of Hesse's research findings were presented for the first time in ''Crelle's Journal'' or Hesse's textbooks. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Meier, Georg Friedrich
Published 1749
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by Hesse, Otto Iustus Basilius
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by Mendelssohn, Moses
Published 1770
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by Mendelssohn, Moses
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by Mendelssohn, Moses
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by Hesse, Otto
Published 1840
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by Hesse, Otto
Published 1847
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by Hesse, Otto
Published 1861
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by Hesse, Otto
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