
Definition of Hilbert
1. Noun. German mathematician (18621943).
Definition of Hilbert
1. Proper noun. (surname from=given names dot=) derived from a (etyl enm) given name of (etyl gem) origin, (term hild battle) + (term berht bright). ¹
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1. Quantum Statistical Mechanics and Lie Group Harmonic Analysis by Norman Hurt, Robert Hermann (1980)
"Therefore, in this chapter we shall consider the interplay between such physical
systems where the energy operator H has discrete spectrum (in the hilbert ..."
2. Topics in the Mathematics of Quantum Mechanics by Robert Hermann (1973)
"TENSOR PRODUCT OF TWO hilbert SPACES In quantum mechanics, ... In this section
we shall show how the hilbert space structure may be exploited to give a more ..."
3. The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the Land of by Charles de Coster (1918)
"She is angry because hilbert tried to take her by force ; but hilbert cannot do
... And hilbert was ugly, Hans, my pet. It is you alone that are beautiful, ..."
4. Real Analysis by Andrew M. Bruckner, Judith B. Bruckner, Brian S. Thomson (1997)
"Chapter 14 hilbert SPACES The spaces that we study in this chapter have been
named in honor of David hilbert (18611943), by folklore the last of the great ..."
5. Proceedings of the BerkeleyAmes Conference on Nonlinear Problems in Control by L. R. Hunt, Clyde Martin (1984)
"Here we pose the same problem In a separable hilbert space. From the autonomous
case we know that in general it Is not possible to transfer stabilizability ..."
6. Geometric Structures in Nonlinear Physics by Robert Hermann (1991)
"Then, the total first variation of the hilbert action vanishes. PROOF. ...
THE hilbert VARIATIONAL PROBLEM IN FIRST ORDER OR PALATINI FORM. ..."