References for Arthur Cayley


  1. J D North, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
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  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/biography/Cayley-Arthur

    Books:

  3. E T Bell, Men of Mathematics, Chapter 21 (1986).
  4. A D D Craik, Mr Hopkins' Men: Cambridge Reform and British Mathematics in the 19th Century (Cambridge 2007).
  5. A J Crilly, The mathematics of Arthur Cayley with particular reference to linear algebra (PhD thesis, Middlesex Polytechnic, 1981).
  6. T Crilly, Arthur Cayley. Mathematician laureate of the Victorian age (Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 2006).

    Articles:

  7. T Crilly, Galton, Cayley, and the Land across the River, The Mathematical Gazette 91 (520) (2007), 34-38.
  8. A J Crilly, Cayley, Arthur (1821-1895), in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004).
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  9. T Crilly, Arthur Cayley FRS and the four-colour map problem, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 59 (3) (2005), 285-304.
  10. T Crilly, Arthur Cayley as Sadleirian Professor: a glimpse of mathematics teaching at 19th-century Cambridge, Historia Math. 26 (2) (1999), 125-160.
  11. T Crilly, The young Arthur Cayley, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 52 (2) (1998), 267-282.
  12. T Crilly, Arthur Cayley: the road not taken, The Mathematical Intelligencer 20 (4) (1998), 49-53.
  13. T Crilly, A Victorian mathematician: Arthur Cayley (1821-1895), Mathematical Gazette 79 (485) (1995), 259-262.
  14. T Crilly, The decline of Cayley's invariant theory (1863-1895), Historia Math. 15 (4) (1988), 332-347.
  15. T Crilly, The rise of Cayley's invariant theory (1841-1862), Historia Math. 13 (3) (1986), 241-254.
  16. T Crilly, Cayley's anticipation of a generalised Cayley-Hamilton theorem, Historia Math. 5 (2) (1978), 211-219.
  17. R W Feldmann Jr., Arthur Cayley - founder of matrix theory, The Mathematics Teacher 55 (6) (1962), 482-484.
  18. A R Forsyth, Arthur Cayley, Proc. Royal Soc. London 58 (1895), 1-43.
  19. A R Forsyth, Arthur Cayley, in The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley VIII (1895), ix-xliv
  20. J J Gray, Arthur Cayley (1821-1895), The Mathematical Intelligencer 17 (4) (1995), 62-63.
  21. G B Halsted, Biography. Arthur Cayley, Amer. Math. Monthly 2 (1895), 102-106.
  22. G B Halsted, Review: The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley, by A Cayley, Amer. Math. Monthly 6 (3) (1899), 59-65.
  23. G B Halsted, Review: The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley, by A Cayley, Science, New Series 9 (211) (1899), 59-63.
  24. G B Halsted, Arthur Cayley, Science, New Series 1 (17) (1895), 450-451.
  25. G B Halsted, Arthur Cayley, Amer. Math. Monthly 2 (4) (1895), 102-106.
  26. T Hawkins, Another look at Cayley and the theory of matrices, Arch. Internat. Histoire Sci. 27 (100) (1977), 82-112.
  27. T Hawkins, Cayley's counting problem and the representation of Lie algebras, in Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematician, Berkeley, Calif., 1986 (Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 1987), 1642-1656.
  28. A Macfarlane, Arthur Cayley, in Lectures on Ten British Mathematicians of the Nineteenth Century (New York, 1916), 64-77.
    http://www.gutenberg.net/etext06/tbmms10p.pdf
  29. A Macfarlane, Biography: Arthur Cayley, Amer. Math. Monthly 2 (4) (1895), 99-102.
  30. M Noether, Arthur Cayley, Mathematische Annalen 46 (1895), 462-480.
  31. J North, Arthur Cayley (1821-1895), in Some nineteenth century British scientists (Oxford, 1969), 31-64.
  32. K H Parshall, Towards a history of nineteenth-century invariant theory, in D. E. Rowe and J. McCleary (eds.), The history of modern mathematics: Ideas and their reception (1989), 157-206.
  33. G Salmon, Science worthies: Arthur Cayley, Nature 28 (1883), 481-485.
  34. H Wussing, Arthur Cayley, die Gruppentafel und der abstrakte Gruppenbegriff, Rev. Bras. Hist. Mat. 2007 (1) (2007), 11-17.