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David Hilbert
David Hilbert (1912)
Natawo 23 Enero 1862(1862-01-23)
Königsberg or Wehlau, Province of Prussia (today Znamensk, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia)
Namatay 14 Pebrero 1943 (edad 81)
Göttingen, Germany
Taga Germany
Nasodhanon German
Mga larangan MathematicianPhysicist and Philosopher
Mga instituto University of Königsberg
Göttingen University
Alma mater University of Königsberg
Nagsagdon han pagdodoktor niya Ferdinand von Lindemann
Mga tinudlo niya han pagdodoktor Wilhelm Ackermann
Otto Blumenthal
Werner Boy
Richard Courant
Haskell Curry
Max Dehn
Rudolf Fueter
Paul Funk
Kurt Grelling
Alfréd Haar
Erich Hecke
Earle Hedrick
Ernst Hellinger
Wallie Hurwitz
Margarete Kahn
Oliver Kellogg
Hellmuth Kneser
Robert König
Emanuel Lasker
Klara Löbenstein
Charles Max Mason
Erhard Schmidt
Kurt Schütte
Andreas Speiser
Hugo Steinhaus
Gabriel Sudan
Teiji Takagi
Hermann Weyl
Ernst Zermelo
Nakilala mahitungod han Hilbert's basis theorem
Hilbert's axioms
Hilbert's problems
Hilbert's program
Einstein–Hilbert action
Hilbert space
Mga naimpluwensyahan Immanuel Kant[1]
Mga dagko nga pahidungog Lobachevsky Prize (1903)
Bolyai Prize (1910)

Hi David Hilbert (Enero 23, 1862 – Pebrero 14, 1943) amo an usa ka Aleman nga matematiko. Damo an nayakan nga usa hiya ha mga impluwensiya nga matematiko han ika 19 siglo ngan unhan ika 20 siglo.

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  1. Richard Zach, "Hilbert's Program", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
  2. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1944.0006
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Panguna nga literatura ha Iningles nga paghubad[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  • Ewald, William B., ed., 1996. From Kant to Hilbert: A Source Book in the Foundations of Mathematics, 2 vols. Oxford Uni. Press.
    • 1918. "Axiomatic thought," 1115–14.
    • 1922. "The new grounding of mathematics: First report," 1115–33.
    • 1923. "The logical foundations of mathematics," 1134–47.
    • 1930. "Logic and the knowledge of nature," 1157–65.
    • 1931. "The grounding of elementary number theory," 1148–56.
    • 1904. "On the foundations of logic and arithmetic," 129–38.
    • 1925. "On the infinite," 367–92.
    • 1927. "The foundations of mathematics," with comment by Weyl and Appendix by Bernays, 464–89.
  • Jean van Heijenoort, 1967. From Frege to Gödel: A Source Book in Mathematical Logic, 1879–1931. Harvard Univ. Press.
  • Hilbert, David (1950) [first published 1902], The Foundations of Geometry [Grundlagen der Geometrie] (PDF), English translation by E.J. Townsend (2nd ed.), La Salle, IL: Open Court Publishing
  • Hilbert, David (1990) [1971], Foundations of Geometry [Grundlagen der Geometrie], translated by Leo Unger from the 10th German edition (2nd English ed.), La Salle, IL: Open Court Publishing, ISBN
  • David Hilbert (1999), Geometry and Imagination, American Mathematical Society, ISBN Unknown parameter |coauthors= ignored (|author= suggested) (help) - an accessible set of lectures originally for the citizens of Göttingen.
  • David Hilbert (2004), Michael Hallett and Ulrich Majer (ed.), David Hilbert's Lectures on the foundations of Mathematics and Physics, 1891–1933, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN

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