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Subject: sci.math FAQ: Which are the 23 Hilbert Problems?
This article was archived around: Fri, 27 Feb 1998 19:39:03 GMT
Last-modified: February 20, 1998
Which are the 23 Hilbert Problems?
The original was published in German in a couple of places. A
translation was published by the AMS in 1902.
This article has been reprinted in 1976 by the American Mathematical
Society (see references).
The AMS Symposium mentioned at the end contains a series of papers on
the then-current state of most of the Problems, as well as the
The URL contains the list of problems, and their current status:
Mathematical Developments Arising from Hilbert Problems, volume 28 of
Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics, pages 1--34, Providence,
Rhode Island. American Mathematical Society, 1976.
D. Hilbert. Mathematical problems. Lecture delivered before the
International Congress of Mathematicians at Paris in 1900. Bulletin of
the American Mathematical Society, 8:437--479, 1902.
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