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But Lie not only notes that two r-parameter ‘‘groups’’ with the same composition (Zusammensetzung) are holoedrically isomorphic. He adds that one can also compare the composition of ‘‘groups’’ not having the same number of parameters. Let a ‘‘group’’ which, instead of r, has (r-q) parameters: ‘‘One can also compare the composition of such groups, which do not both have the same number of parameters. This is made possible by the introduction of the general concept: isomorphism. […] One distinguishes between holoedric and meriedric isomorphism.
Relax. Breathe regularly. It’s mathematical, it’s a humor column, and it may even be harmless. edu y entire life, I have had an insatiable curiosity. Of course almost everyone is curious about the world around him, but for me, this urge to unravel the mysteries that I encounter is almost overwhelming. When I was young, this desire reached its zenith when I attended a magic show. My parents took me to the first one when I was only eight years old. I remember lying awake in my bed that night trying to figure out how the magician had produced a dove that flew from his hand at a crucial moment in the show.
D. from Ohio State University in 1994 studying Fractal Geometry under the direction of Gerald Edgar. Since then, he has published broadly on fractals, dynamics, and related topics, making frequent use of Mathematica in his research and teaching. He is now an associate professor of mathematics at the University of North Carolina, Asheville. He loves living in the mountains of western North Carolina, where he can frequently be found hiking or biking. edu 32 THE MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCER teaches at Macalester College, where his main interest is in using the power of modern software to visualize abstract mathematical concepts.
[Journal] The Mathematical Intelligencer. Vol. 34. No 3