Ernst Schröder

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Schröder, Ernst

 

Born Nov. 25, 1841, in Mannheim; died June 16, 1902, in Karlsruhe. German mathematician and logician.

In 1876, Schröder became a professor at the Technische Hochschule of Karlsruhe. Schröder gave a systematic exposition of mathematical logic, or more accurately, of the algebra of logic. In addition to the term “prepositional calculus,” he introduced the duality principle and a number of other mathematical laws of logic. Schröder also made contributions to the theory of algorithms.

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Der Operationskreis des Logikkalküls. Leipzig, 1877.
Vorlesungen über die Algebra der Logik, vols. 1–2. Leipzig, 1890–1905.
Abriss der Algebra der Logik, parts 1–2. Leipzig, 1909–10.
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