German Mathematical Society

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The German Mathematical Society (German: Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung – DMV) is the main professional society of German mathematicians. It publishes an annual report called the Jahresbericht der DMV.

The society was planned and founded in 1889 by Georg Cantor, one of the founders.[1] In his honor, the society awards the Cantor Medal.

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  1. ^ C., Bruno, Leonard (2003) [1999]. Math and mathematicians : the history of math discoveries around the world. Baker, Lawrence W. Detroit, Mich.: U X L. ISBN 0787638137. OCLC 41497065. 

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