Edwin Bailey Elliott

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Edwin Bailey Elliott FRS[1] (born 1 June 1851, Oxford, England; died 21 July 1937 in Oxford, England) was a mathematician who worked on invariant theory. In 1892 he was appointed Waynflete Professor of Pure Mathematics at Oxford.[2] He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1891. He wrote the book An introduction to the algebra of quantics, on invariant theory (Elliott 1913).[3]

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  • Elliott, Edwin Bailey (1913) [1895], An introduction to the algebra of quantics. (2nd ed.), Oxford. Clarendon Press, JFM 26.0135.01[4][5]