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Theory of linear associative algebras
(The University of Edinburgh, 1908) 
Convergence of the trigonometric series of dynamics
(The University of Edinburgh, 1923) 
Graduation of observational data
(The University of Edinburgh, 1925) 
Motion of an aircraft bomb in the attenuated atmosphere
(The University of Edinburgh, 1930)This paper is now in two parts. In the first part a new exact solution of the plane flight of a particle is discussed, by which it is possible to take a very long first arc straight from tables of functions defined in ... 
Construction of orthogonal representations of the symmetric group
(The University of Edinburgh, 1949) 
Reduction of a pencil of hermitian matrices to canonica form
(The University of Edinburgh, 1951) 
Orthogonal polynomials expressed as bordered determinants and continuants
(The University of Edinburgh, 1953) 
Generalised nonassociative arithmetic
(The University of Edinburgh, 1953) 
Probability distributions associated with finite markov chains
(The University of Edinburgh, 1956) 
Construction and properties of Schur's invariant matrices
(The University of Edinburgh, 1957) 
Topics in quantum field theory
(The University of Edinburgh, 1958)The subject matter of this thesis falls into two distinct parts. Chapters II to IV are devoted to a discussion of Schwinger's action principle, and chapters V and VI are concerned with the proof of dispersion relations ... 
Logarithmetics, index polynomials and bifurcating roottrees
(The University of Edinburgh, 1959) 
Problems in high speed flow
(The University of Edinburgh, 1960) 
Geometry of cubic surfaces, and grace's extension of the doublesix, over finite fields
(The University of Edinburgh, 1966) 
Nuclear magnetic resonance of paramagnetic solutions
(The University of Edinburgh, 1967) 
Uniqueness theorems for a class of singular partial differential equations
(The University of Edinburgh, 1967)Of fundamental importance in physics are problems whose mathematical formulation requires at least three dimensions. Since in many ways one and two dimensional problems are easier to handle, one of the major efforts of ... 
Algebras of compact operators
(The University of Edinburgh, 1967)The purpose of this thesis is to examine certain classes of hounded linear operators on a Banach space X in an algebraic light, i.e. as elements of a Banach algebra rather than as operators on X, the Banach algebra in ... 
Investigation of the degree of forbiddenness in complex βdisintegration using the method of βγ angular correlation
(The University of Edinburgh, 1967) 
Some aspects of current algebras and dispersion sum rules
(The University of Edinburgh, 1968) 
Banach algebras with complemented ideals
(The University of Edinburgh, 1968)