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The Mathematical Intelligencer

, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 54–59 | Cite as

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Leonard eugene dickson (1874-1954): an american legacy in mathematics
  • Delia D. Fenster
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  1. 1.Mathematics & Computer Science DepartmentUniversity of RichmondRichmondUSA

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