SULLE COLLEZIONI DI MODELLI MATEMATICI DEI DIPARTIMENTI DI MATEMATICA DELL'UNIVERSITÀ E DEL POLITECNICO DI TORINO

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Abstract

<title> SUMMARY </title>The Nachlass of mathematical models currently existing at the Department of Mathematics of the University and the Polytechnic of Turin is among the most ancient in Italy: it started about 1880 and was connected with the spreading in Europe of German mathematical models published and distributed by Ludwig Brill in Darmstadt and by his successor (from 1899) Martin Schilling in Halle am Saale and later in Leipzig. The German models were conceived by eminent mathematicians including Ernst E. Kummer, Alexander Brill, Felix Klein.We provide here some data and both historical and mathematical explanations about the Nachlass of the University of Turin.

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