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This paper looks at the life of Oliver Dimon Kellogg, who spent much of his time researching and advancing potential theory in the world of mathematics. The author discusses his contributions to math and physics, still used today.
From the Paper:"When the country no longer required his services, Kellogg was sent to Harvard University. Here he explored a few new mathematical venues before returning to his groundbreaking work in Potential theory. The 1920s were in many ways a decade of inspiration for artists, writers, mathematicians, scientists, and other thinkers across the globe. The war had dampened many spirits, but others saw its finale as a chance for new hope -- for a future without war. Others saw it as a future that was considerably grimmer, yet still full of the possibilities that only the realization of one's own finite nature can bring."
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Oliver Kellogg (2003, February 10) Retrieved November 23, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/essay/oliver-kellogg-5529/
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