What is Hilbert?

  • (noun): German mathematician (1862-1943).
    Synonyms: David Hilbert

Some articles on hilbert:

Bramble–Hilbert Lemma
... In mathematics, particularly numerical analysis, the Bramble–Hilbert lemma, named after James H ... Bramble and Stephen Hilbert, bounds the error of an approximation of a function by a polynomial of order at most in terms of derivatives of of order ... However, the Bramble–Hilbert lemma applies in any number of dimensions, not just one dimension, and the approximation error and the derivatives of are measured by more general norms involving averages ...
Hilbert Metric
... In mathematics, the Hilbert metric, also known as the Hilbert projective metric, is an explicitly defined distance function on a bounded convex subset of the n-dimensional ... It was introduced by David Hilbert (1895) as a generalization of the Cayley's formula for the distance in the Cayley–Klein model of hyperbolic ... Hilbert's metric has been applied to Perron–Frobenius theory and to constructing Gromov hyperbolic spaces ...
Lothar Göttsche
... his formula for the generating function for the Betti numbers of the Hilbert scheme of points on an algebraic surface If is a smooth surface over an algebraically closed field ...
Hilbert, Wisconsin - Notable Residents
... Bunny Berigan, jazz trumpeter, was born in Hilbert (disputed). ...
Commutation Theorem - Hilbert Algebras - Examples
... The Hilbert-Schmidt operators on an infinite-dimensional Hilbert space form a Hilbert algebra with inner product (a,b) = Tr (b*a) ... If (X, μ) is an infinite measure space, the algebra L∞ (X) L2(X) is a Hilbert algebra with the usual inner product from L2(X) ... trace τ, then the *-subalgebra M0 defined above is a Hilbert algebra with inner product (a, b) = τ(b*a) ...