Aksel Frederik Andersen

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Aksel Frederik Andersen (10 February 1891 Fodby, Denmark – 1972 Gentofte, Denmark) was a Danish mathematician who worked on infinite series and in particular on Cesàro summation.


  • Sørensen, Henrik Kragh, Aksel Frederik Andersen

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