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John von Neumann 1903–1957

S. Ulam

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Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. Volume 64, Number 3, Part 2 (1958), 1-49.

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Ulam, S. John von Neumann 1903–1957. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society 64 (1958), 1--49. http://projecteuclid.org/euclid.bams/1183522369.


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  • 31. John von Neumann, Zur Algebra der Funktionaloperatoren und Theorie der normalen Operatoren, Math. Ann. vol. 102 (1929) pp. 370-427.
  • 32. John von Neumann, Zur Theorie der unbeschränkten Matrizen, J. Reine Angew Math. vol. 161 (1929) pp. 208-236.
  • 33. John von Neumann, Über einen Hilfssatz der Variationsrechnung, Abh. Math. Sem. Hansischen Univ. vol. 8 (1930) pp. 28-31.
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  • 36. John von Neumann, Die Eindeutigkeit der Schrödingerschen Operatoren, Math. Ann. vol. 104 (1931) pp. 570-578.
  • 37. John von Neumann, Bemerkungen zu den Ausführungen von Herrn St. Lesniewski über meine Arbeit "Zur Hilbertschen Beweistheorie," Fund. Math. vol. 17 (1931) pp. 331-334.
  • 38. John von Neumann, Die formalistische Grundlegung der Mathematik. Report to the Congress, Königsberg, Sept. 1931. Erkenntniss, 2, pp. 116-121.
  • 39. John von Neumann, Zum Beweise des Minkowskischen Satzes über Linearformen, Math. Zeit. vol. 30 (1932) pp. 1-2.
  • 40. John von Neumann, Über adjungierte Funktionaloperatoren, Ann. of Math. vol. 33 (1932) pp. 294-310.
  • 41. John von Neumann, Proof of the quasi-ergodic hypothesis, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 18 (1932) pp. 70-82.
  • 42. John von Neumann, Physical applications of the quasi-ergodic hypothesis, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 18 (1932) pp. 263-266.
  • 43. John von Neumann, Dynamical systems of continuous spectra. With B. O. Koopman. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 18 (1932) pp. 255-263.
  • 44. John von Neumann, Über einen Satz von Herrn M. H. Stone, Ann. of Math. vol. 33 (1932) pp. 567-573.
  • 45. John von Neumann, Einige Sätze uber messbare Abbildungen, Ann. of Math. vol. 33 (1932) pp. 574-586.
  • 46. John von Neumann, Zur Operatorenmethode in der klassischen Mechanik, Ann. of Math. vol. 33 (1932) pp. 587-642.
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  • 51. John von Neumann, Zum Haarschen Maass in topologischen Gruppen, Compositio Math. vol. 1 (1934) pp. 106-114.
  • 52. John von Neumann, Almost periodic functions in a group. I, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 36 (1934) pp. 445-492.
  • 53. John von Neumann, The Dirac equation in projective relativity. With A. H. Taub and O. Veblen. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 20 (1934) pp. 383-388.
  • 54. John von Neumann, On complete topological spaces, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 37 (1935) pp. 1-20.
  • 55. John von Neumann, Almost periodic functions in groups. II. With S. Bochner. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 37 (1935) pp. 21-50.
  • 56. John von Neumann, On compact solutions of operational-differential equations. I. With S. Bochner. Ann. of Math. vol. 36 (1935) pp. 255-291.
  • 57. John von Neumann, Charakterisierung des Spektrums eines Integraloperators. Actualités Scientifiques et Industrielles Series, 229. Exposés Math, publiés à la mémoire de J. Herbrand, no. 13, Paris, 1935, 20 pp.
  • 58. John von Neumann, On normal operators. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 21 (1935) pp. 366-369.
  • 59. John von Neumann, On inner products in linear, metric spaces. With P. Jordan. Ann. of Math. vol. 36 (1935) pp. 719-723.
  • 60. John von Neumann, The determination of representative elements in the residual classes of a Boolean algebra. With M. H. Stone. Fund. Math. vol. 25 (1935) pp. 353-378.
  • 61. John von Neumann, On a certain topology for rings of operators, Ann. of Math. vol. 37 (1936) pp. 111-115.
  • 62. John von Neumann, On rings of operators. With F. J. Murray. Ann. of Math. vol. 37 (1936) pp. 116-229.
  • 63. John von Neumann, On an algebraic generalization of the quantum mechanical formalism (Part I). Rec. Math (Mat. Sbornik) N. S. vol. 1 (1936) pp. 415-484.
  • 64. John von Neumann, The uniqueness of Haar's measure, Rec. Math (Mat. Sbornik) N. S. vol. 1 (1936) pp. 721-734.
  • 65. John von Neumann, The logic of quantum mechanics. With G. Birkhoff. Ann. of Math. vol. 37 (1936) pp. 823-843.
  • 66. John von Neumann, Continuous geometry, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 22 (1936) pp. 92-100.
  • 67. John von Neumann, Examples of continuous geometries, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 22 (1936) pp. 101-108.
  • 68. John von Neumann, On regular rings. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 22 (1936) pp. 707-713.
  • 69. John von Neumann, On some analytic sets defined by transfinite induction. With C. Kuratowski. Ann. of Math. vol. 38 (1937) pp. 521-525.
  • 70. John von Neumann, On rings of operators, II. With F. J. Murray. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 41 (1937) pp. 208-248.
  • 71. John von Neumann, Some matrix-inequalities and metrization of matrix-space. Tomck. Univ. Rev. vol. 1 (1937) pp. 286-300.
  • 72. John von Neumann, Über ein ökonomisches Gleichungssystem und eine Verallgemeinerung des Brouwerschen Fixpunktsatzes, Erg. eines Math. Coll., Vienna, edited by K. Menger, vol. 8, 1937, pp. 73-83.
  • 73. John von Neumann, Algebraic theory of continuous geometries, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 23 (1937) pp. 16-22.
  • 74. John von Neumann, Continuous rings and their arithmetics, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. vol. 23 (1937) pp. 341-349.
  • 75. John von Neumann, On infinite direct products, Compositio Math. vol. 6 (1938) pp. 1-77.
  • 76. John von Neumann, On the transitivity of perspective mappings. With I. Halperin. Ann. of Math. vol. 41 (1940) pp. 87-93.
  • 77. John von Neumann, On rings of operators, III, Ann. of Math. vol. 41 (1940) pp. 94-161.
  • 78. John von Neumann, Minimally almost periodic groups. With E. Wigner. Ann. of Math. vol. 41 (1940) pp. 746-750.
  • 78a. John von Neumann, The estimation of the probable error from succesive differences. With R. H. Kent. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Report No. 175, 1940, 19 pp.
  • 79. John von Neumann, The mean square successive difference. With R. H. Kent, H. R. Bellinson and B. I. Hart. Ann. Math. Statist. vol. 12 (1941) pp. 153-162.
  • 80. John von Neumann, Fourier integrals and metric geometry. With I. J. Schoenberg. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 50 (1941) pp. 226-251.
  • 81. John von Neumann, Distribution of the ratio of the mean square successive difference to the variance, Ann. Math. Statist, vol. 12 (1941) pp. 367-395.
  • 82. John von Neumann, A further remark concerning the distribution of the ratio of the mean square successive difference to the variance, Ann. Math. Statist, vol. 13 (1942) pp. 86-88.
  • 83. John von Neumann, Operator methods in classical mechanics, II. With P. R. Halmos. Ann. of Math. vol. 43 (1942) pp. 332-350.
  • 84. John von Neumann, The statistics of the gravitational field arising from a random distribution of stars, I. With S. Chandrasekhar. The Astrophysical Journal vol. 95 (1942) pp. 489-531.
  • 85. John von Neumann, Tabulation of the probabilities for the ratio of the mean square successive difference to the variance. By B. I. Hart, with a note by J. von Neumann. Ann. Math. Statist. vol. 13 (1942) pp. 207-214.
  • 86. John von Neumann, Approximative properties of matrices of high finite order, Portugaliae Mathematica vol. 3 (1942) pp. 1-62.
  • 87. John von Neumann, On rings of operators, IV. With F. J. Murray. Ann. of Math. vol. 44 (1943) pp. 716-808.
  • 88. John von Neumann, The statistics of the gravitational field arising from a random distribution of stars. II. The speed of fluctuations; dynamical friction; spatial correlations. With S. Chandrasekhar. The Astrophysical Journal vol. 97 (1943) pp. 1-27.
  • 89. John von Neumann, On some algebraical properties of operator rings, Ann. of Math. vol. 44 (1943) pp. 709-715.
  • 90. John von Neumann, Theory of games and economic behavior. With O. Morgenstern. Princeton University Press (1944, 1947, 1953) 625 pp.
  • 90a. John von Neumann, A model of general economic equilibrium, Rev. Economic Studies, vol. 13 (1), (1945-1946) pp. 1-9.
  • 91. John von Neumann, Solution of linear systems of high order. With V. Bargmann and D. Montgomery. Report prepared for Navy BuOrd under Contract Nord-9596-25, Oct. 1946, 85 pp.
  • 92. John von Neumann, Preliminary discussion of the logical design of an electronic computing instrument. Part I, Vol. I. With A. W. Burks and H. H. Goldstine. Report prepared for U. S. Army Ord. Dept. under Contract W-36-034ORD-7481 (28 June 1946, 2d ed. September 2, 1947), 42 pp.
  • 92a. John von Neumann, The cross-space of linear transformations. II. With R. Schatten. Ann. of Math. vol. 47 (1946) p. 608.
  • 92b. John von Neumann, The cross-space of linear transformations. III. With R. Schatten. Ann. of Math. vol. 49 (1948) p. 557.
  • 93. John von Neumann, The Mathematician. "The Works of the Mind." U. of Chicago Press, 1947, pp. 180-196.
  • 94. John von Neumann, Numerical inverting of matrices of high order. With H. H. Goldstine. Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 53 (1947) pp. 1021-1099.
  • 95. John von Neumann, Planning and coding of problems for an electronic computing instrument. Part II, Vol. I. With H. H. Goldstine. Report prepared for U. S. Army Ord. Dept. under Contract W-36-034-ORD-7481, 1947, 69 pp.
  • 96. John von Neumann, Planning and coding of problems for an electronic computing instrument. Part II, Vol. II. With H. H. Goldstine. Report prepared for U. S. Army Ord. Dept. under Contract W-36-034-ORD-7481, 1948, 68 pp.
  • 97. John von Neumann, Planning and coding of problems for an electronic computing instrument. Part II, Vol. III. With H. H. Goldstine. Report prepared for U. S. Army Ord. Dept. under Contract W-36-034-ORD-7481, 1948, 23 pp.
  • 98. John von Neumann, On the theory of stationary detonation waves, File No. X122, September 20, 1948, BRL, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., 26 pp.
  • 99. John von Neumann, On rings of operators. Reduction theory, Ann. of Math. vol. 50 (1949) pp. 401-485.
  • 100. John von Neumann, A method for the numerical calculation of hydrodynamic shocks. With R. D. Richtmyer. Journal of Applied Physics vol. 21 (1950) pp. 232-237.
  • 101. John von Neumann, Functional Operators–Vol. I: Measures and Integrals, Ann. of Math. Studies, no. 21, 261 pp.; Vol. II: The geometry of orthogonal spaces, Ann. of Math. Studies, no. 22, 107 pp., Princeton University Press, 1950.
  • 102. John von Neumann, Solutions of games by differential equations. With G. W. Brown, "Contributions to the Theory of Games," Ann. of Math. Studies, no. 24, Princeton University Press, 1950, pp. 73-79.
  • 103. John von Neumann, Statistical treatment of values of first 2000 decimal digits of e and of Pi calculated on the ENIAC. With N. C. Metropolis and G. Reitwiesner. Mathematical Tables and Other Aids to Computation vol. 4 (1940) pp. 109-111.
  • 104. John von Neumann, Numerical integration of the barotropic vorticity equation. With J. G. Charney and R. Fjortoft. Tellus 2 (1950) pp. 237-254.
  • 105. John von Neumann, A theorem on unitary representations of semisimple lie groups. With I. E. Segal. Ann. of Math. vol. 52 (1950) pp. 509-517.
  • 106. John von Neumann, Eine Spektraltheorie für allgemeine Operatoren eines unitären Raumes. Nachr. Ges. Wiss. Göttingen vol. 4 (1950-51) pp. 258-281.
  • 107. John von Neumann, The future of high-speed computing, Proc., Camp. Sem., Dec. 1949, published and copyrighted by IBM, 1951, p. 13.
  • 108. John von Neumann, Discussion of the existence and uniqueness or multiplicity of solutions of the aerodynamical equations (Chapter 10) of the Problems of Cosmical Aerodynamics, Proceedings of the Symposium on the Motion of Gaseous Masses of Cosmical Dimensions held at Paris, August 16-19, 1949. Central Air Doc. Office, 1951, pp. 75-84.
  • 109. John von Neumann, Numerical inverting of matrices of high order, II. With H. H. Goldstine. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 2 (1951) pp. 188-202.
  • 110. John von Neumann, Various techniques used in connection with random digits (Chap. 13) of proceedings of symposium on "Monte Carlo Method" held June-July 1949 in Los Angeles. Nat'l. BuStandards, Applied Math. Series 12, June 11, 1951, pp. 36-38.
  • 111. John von Neumann, The general and logical theory of automata. "Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior–The Hixon Symposium," September 1948, Pasadena, edited by L. A. Jeffress. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1951, pp. 1-31.
  • 112. John von Neumann, Five notes on continuous geometry, Prepared by W. Givens for use of participants in seminar at Univ. of Tenn., summer 1952. Includes nos. 66, 67, 68, 73, 74.
  • 113. John von Neumann, A certain zero-sum two-person game equivalent to the optimal assignment problem. "Contributions to the Theory of Games," Vol. II, Ann. of Math. Studies, no. 28, Princeton University Press, 1953, pp. 5-12.
  • 114. John von Neumann, Two variants of poker. With D. G. Gillies and J. P. Mayberry. "Contributions to the Theory of Games," Vol. II. Ann. of Math. Studies, no. 28, Princeton University Press 1953, pp. 13-50.
  • 115. John von Neumann, Significance of Loewner's theorem in the quantum theory of collisions. With E. P. Wigner. Ann. of Math. vol. 59 (1954) pp. 418-433.
  • 116. John von Neumann, The role of mathematics in the sciences and in society. Address before Assoc. of Princeton Graduate Alumni, June 16, 1954.
  • 117. John von Neumann, A numerical method to determine optimum strategy, Naval Res. Logistics Quarterly, vol. 1, no. 2, June, 1954, pp. 109-115.
  • 118. John von Neumann, The NORC and problems in high speed computing. Speech at first public showing of IBM Naval Ordnance Research Calculator, December 2, 1954.
  • 119. John von Neumann, Entwicklung und Ausnutzung neuerer mathematischer Maschinen. Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Forschung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Heft 45. Düsseldorf, September 15, 1954.
  • 120. John von Neumann, Can we survive technology?, Fortune, June, 1955.
  • 121. John von Neumann, On the permutability of self-adjoint operators. With A. Devinatz and A. E. Nussbaum. Ann. of Math. vol. 62 (1955) pp. 199-203.
  • 122. John von Neumann, Continued fraction expansion of 21/3. With Bryant Tuckerman. Mathematical Tables and Other Aids to Computation, IX, no. 49, January, 1955.
  • 123. John von Neumann, Blast wave calculation. With H. H. Goldstine. Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics. vol. VIII (1955) pp. 327-353.
  • 124. John von Neumann, Probabilistic logics and the synthesis of reliable organisms from unreliable components. "Automata Studies," edited by C. E. Shannon and J. McCarthy, Princeton University Press, 1956, pp. 43-98.
  • 125. John von Neumann, Impact of atomic energy on the physical and chemical sciences. Speech at M.I.T. Alumni Day Symposium. Tech. Rev., Nov. 1955, pp. 15-17.
  • 1. J. von Neumann, Almost periodic functions in a group. I, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 40 (1934) p. 224.
  • 2. J. von Neumann, On complete topological spaces, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 41 (1935) p. 35.
  • 3. S. Bochner and J. von Neumann, Almost periodic functions in groups. II, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 41 (1935) p. 35.
  • 4. J. von Neumann, Representations and ray-representations in quantum mechanics, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 41 (1935) p. 305.
  • 5. J. von Neumann, On the uniqueness of invariant Lebesgue measures, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 42 (1936) p. 343.
  • 6. I. J. Schoenberg and J. von Neumann, Fourier integrals and metric geometry, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 42 (1936) p. 632.
  • 7. F. J. Murray and J. von Neumann, On rings of operators. II, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 42 (1936) p. 808.
  • 8. I. Halperin and J. von Neumann, On the transitivity of perspective mappings in complemented modular lattices, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 43 (1937) p. 37.
  • 9. I. J. Schoenberg and J. von Neumann, Fourier integrals and metric geometry, II, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 45 (1939) p. 79.
  • 10. P. R. Halmos and J. von Neumann, Operator methods in classical mechanics, II, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 47 (1941) p. 696.
  • 11. S. M. Ulam and J. von Neumann, Random ergodic theorems, Bull. Amer. Math, soc. vol. 51 (1945) p. 660.
  • 12. R. Schatten and J. von Neumann, The cross-space of linear transformations, II, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 52 (1946) p. 67.
  • 13. E. R. Lorch and J. von Neumann, On the Euclidean character of the perpendicularity relation, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 53 (1947) p. 489.
  • 14. S. Ulam and J. von Neumann, On the group of homeomorphisms of the surface of the sphere, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 53 (1947) p. 506.
  • 15. S. Ulam and J. von Neumann, On combination of stochastic and deterministic processes, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 53 (1947) p. 1120.
  • 16. H. H. Goldstine and J. von Neumann, Some estimates on the numerical stability of the elimination method for inverting matrices of high order, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 53 (1947) p. 1123.
  • 17. R. Schatten and J. von Neumann, The cross-space of linear transformations. III, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 54 (1948) p. 637.