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MARIE, Maximilien. Théorie des fonctions de variables imaginaires. 

Paris, Gauthier-Villars, [1874-1876].

Three volumes 8vo (250x165 mm), (4)-271 pages / (4)-292 pages and 8 pages of editor's ad / (8)-344 pages.  binding : Original wrappers. Some tears on cover. Autograph cut on cover of the volume II. Cover of the volume III almost unbound. 

First edition.
Maximilien Marie (1819-1891), polytechnician (X 1838) then tutor and examiner at the Ecole Polytechnique.
TI: New analytical geometry
TII: Application of the method to the general theory of functions
TIII: History of this work.
The third volume is particularly unusual at this time, it engages in a scientific autobiography in which we can see the progress of his thought and the construction of his mathematical theory.

Autograph dedication of the author to Eugène Rolland (X 1830) the inventor of the roaster, on the title of volume I and the false title page of volume II.


we attach:
MARIE, New theory of functions of imaginary variables, Paris, Mallet-Bachelier, [v. 1862]
(4) -28 pages. in-8 paperback, cover split on the back.
Extract from the article on the functions of imaginary variables published in the "Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics published by M. Liouville" which is a precursor to those published in the previous work.

Price : 200 €

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