Ludwig Maurer

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Ludwig Maurer

Ludwig Maurer (11 December 1859 – 10 January 1927) was a German mathematician and professor at Tübingen University. He was the eldest son of Konrad Maurer (1823-1902) and Valerie Maurer, née von Faulhaber (1833-1912). His 1887 dissertation at the University of Strassburg was on the theory of linear substitutions, known today as matrix groups. A survey of his important contributions is contained in chapter V, §4 of (Borel 2001).

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