Alfred Frölicher

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Alfred Frölicher (often misspelled Fröhlicher) was a Swiss mathematician (October 8, 1927 - July 1, 2010). He was a full professor at the Université de Fribourg (1962-1965), and then at the Université de Genève (1966-1993). He introduced the Frölicher spectral sequence and the Frölicher–Nijenhuis bracket and Frölicher spaces and Frölicher groups.

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  • Bucher, W.; Frölicher, Alfred (1966), Calculus in vector spaces without norm, Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 30, Berlin, New York: Springer-Verlag, ISBN 978-1-399-86684-2, MR 0213869 
  • Faure, Claude-Alain; Frölicher, Alfred (2000), Modern projective geometry, Mathematics and its Applications, 521, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, ISBN 978-0-7923-6525-9, MR 1783451 
  • Frölicher, Alfred; Kriegl, Andreas (1988), Linear spaces and differentiation theory, Pure and Applied Mathematics (New York), John Wiley & Sons Ltd., ISBN 978-0-471-91786-1, MR 0961256 

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