Here are the works cited in this book. Numbers in the margin specify the page numbers where citations occur.
“This paper fills a much-needed gap in the literature.”
— Math. Reviews
References to published problems are generally made to the places where solutions can be found, instead of to the original problem statements.
Wherever possible, names and titles are spelled here as they appeared in the original publication.
1. N. H. Abel, letter to B. Holmboe (1823), in his Œuvres Complètes, first edition, 1839, volume 2, 264–265. Reprinted in the second edition, 1881, volume 2, 254–255.
2. Milton Abramowitz and Irene A. Stegun, editors, Handbook of Mathematical Functions. United States Government Printing Office, 1964. Reprinted ...