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(Marie-Ennemond) Camille Jordan

(1838—1922)


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(1838–1922)

  French mathematician whose treatise on groups of permutations and the theory of equations drew attention to the work of Galois. In a later work on analysis, there appears his formulation of what is now called the Jordan Curve Theorem.

Subjects: Mathematics.


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