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Books about Bagemihl:
THEORY OF FUNCTIONS.PART TWO:APPLICATIONS & CONTINUATION OF THE GENERAL THEORY.Translated by Bagemihl by Konrad Knopp (1947)
Infinite Sequences and Series translated by F. Bagemihl (1956)
Theory of Functions, Part 1: Elements of the General Theory of Analytic Functions. Part 2: Applications and Further... (Jan 1, 1945)
By Bruce Bagemihl - Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity (Stonewall Inn Editions)... by Bruce Bagemihl (Mar 16, 2000)
Theory of functions. Translated by Frederick Bagemihl. Part One: Elements of the general theory of analytic functions... by Konrad. KNOPP (1945)
Theory of functions. Translated by Frederick Bagemihl. Part two: Applications and continuation of the general... by Konrad. KNOPP (1947)
Theory of Sets. Translated by Fr. Bagemihl. Dover Publ. 1950. by E KAMKE (1950)
Wiki information Bagemihl:
Bruce Bagemihl is a Canadian biologist, linguist, and author of the book Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity.
Frederick Bagemihl was a mathematician at University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. He was one of the few students of the ubiquitous mathematician Paul Erdős. He was a visiting scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study from 1953 to 1955.