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Gamilʹton, V. R. (Sir)
Hamilton, William
Hamilton, William Rowan
Hamilton, William Rowan (Sir)
Rowan Hamilton, William
ハミルトン, ウィリアム
Dates: 
1805-1865
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Conway, Arthur William (1875-)
Graves, Robert Perceval
Halberstam, Heini
Hamilton, William Edwin
Joly, Charles Jasper
Royal Irish Academy
Synge, J. L. (1897-)
Synge, John Lighton (1897-)
Synge, John Lighton (1897-1995))
Tait, Peter Guthrie (1831-1901)
Wilkins, David R.
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Elements of quaternions
Equazioni differenziali dinamiche
Geometrical optics; an introduction to Hamilton's method
[http://historical.library.cornell.edu/cgi-bin/cul.math/docviewer?did=05230001&seq=9 lectures on quaternions]
[http://www.maths.tcd.ie/pub/histmath/people/hamilton/lectures/astintro.html introductory lecture on astronomy]
Lectures on quaternions; containing a systematic statement of a new mathematical method; of which the principles were communicated in 1843 to the Royal Irish academy; and which has since formed the subject of successive courses of lectures, delivered in 1848 and subsequent years, in the halls of Trinity college, Dublin: with numerous illustrative diagrams, and with some geometrical and physical applications.
Mathematical papersof Sir William Rowan Hamilton.., The
mystic dream of 4, A : a sonnet sequence based on the life of William Rowan Hamilton, 2013 :
On a general method in dynamics
On fluctuating functions
On the argument of Abel, respecting the impossibility of expressing a root of any general equation above the fourth degree, etc.
On the law of the circular Hodograph or, on a new mode of geometrically conceiving, and of expressing a symbolical language, the Newtonian law of Attraction
Perplexingly easy : selected correspondence between William Rowan Hamilton and Peter Guthrie Tait
Plane analytic geometry. Walter W. Graham and William H. Rowan....
Sir W. Rowan Hamilton on the problem of Hipparchus.
Theory of conjugate functions, or algebraic couples with a preliminary and elementary essay on algebra as the science of pure time
W. R. Hamiltons Abhandlungen zur Strahlenoptik
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