Paul Funk

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Paul Georg Funk (14 April 1886, Vienna – 3 June 1969, Vienna) was an Austrian mathematician who introduced the Funk transform and who worked on the calculus of variations. He was one of David Hilbert's students.

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  • Basch, A. (1956), "Paul Funk: Zum 70. Geburtstag", Österreich. Ing.-Arch., 10: 117–119, MR 0080050 
  • Dann, Susanna (2010), On the Minkowski-Funk Transform, arXiv:1003.5565Freely accessible, Bibcode:2010arXiv1003.5565D 
  • Maximilian Pinl: Kollegen in dunkler Zeit. Jahresbericht DMV Bd.75, 1974, S.172.

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