Leonard James Rogers
Leonard James Rogers FRS (30 March 1862, Oxford, England, – 12 September 1933, Oxford, England) was a British mathematician who was the first to discover the Rogers–Ramanujan identity and Hölder's inequality, and who introduced Rogers polynomials. The Rogers–Szegő polynomials are named after him.
- Rogers, L. J. (February 1888), An extension of a certain theorem in inequalities, Messenger of Mathematics, New Series XVII (10): 145–150, JFM 20.0254.02, archived from the original on August 21, 2007. The first paper containing Hölder's inequality.
- Rogers, L. J. (April 12, 1894), Second Memoir on the Expansion of certain Infinite Products, Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, s1 25 (1): 318–343, doi:10.1112/plms/s1-25.1.318, JFM 25.0432.01, archived from the original on Unspecified Date Check date values in:
|archivedate=(help). The first paper containing the Rogers–Ramanujan identities.