Friday, October 7, 2005

Friday October 7, 2005

Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 12:00 PM

Oslo Connection

Today is the birthday of Oystein Ore (1899-1968), Sterling Professor of Mathematics at Yale for 37 years, who was born and died in Oslo, Norway.  Ore is said to have coined the term “Galois connection.”  In his honor, an excerpt dealing with such connections:

From Ferdinand Börner, Martin Goldstern, and Saharon Shelah,
Automorphisms and strongly invariant relations (pdf)

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(Excerpt was added to Pattern Groups.)

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