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WILLIAM RALPH WESTROPP ROBERTS was the eldest son of the senior fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, and after a brilliant career as a student in which he gained most of the important prizes in the Mathematical School, he was elected to a fellowship at his father's college in 1882. During the remainder of his life he made many noteworthy contributions to mathematics and in later years planned to publish a work embodying his researches. The present volume is the outcome of that aim, but unfortunately, the author did not live to complete his work.

Elliptic and Hyper-elliptic Integrals arid Allied Theory

By the late W. R. Westropp Roberts. Pp. viii + 311. (Cambridge: At the University Press, 1938.) 12s. 6d. net.

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B., F. Mathematics. Nature 145, 138–139 (1940). https://doi.org/10.1038/145138d0

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