Henry Gordon Dawson
Education and career
Dawson was educated at Trinity College Dublin (BA 1882, 1st Senior Moderator and Gold Medallist) and at Christ's College, Cambridge (BA as 19th wrangler 1886, MA 1890). In 1897 he created the function that has since been named after him. His career included stints as Mathematical Lecturer at Cambridge (at least 1888–94) and at Firth College, Sheffield (1901–10). He was a member of the Royal Irish Academy.
- Dawson's Integral Mathworld
- A Catalogue of Graduates of the University of Dublin, Volume 2
- Dawson, H. G. (1897). "On the Numerical Value of ". Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. s1-29 (1): 519–522. doi:10.1112/plms/s1-29.1.519.
- Dawson, Henry Gordon Digital copy of full text of "The Oxford & Cambridge Yearbook ..."