Weil articles on Wikipedia
WeilWeil is the name of the following German towns: WeilWeil, Bavaria WeilWeil am Rhein, Baden-Württemberg WeilWeil der Stadt, Baden-Württemberg WeilWeil im Schonbuch, Baden-Württemberg
Feb 28th 2013

André Weil
Andre Weil (/veɪ/; French: [ɑ̃dʁe vɛj]; 6 May 1906 – 6 August 1998) was an influential French mathematician of the 20th century, known for his foundational
May 7th 2017

Simone Weil
Simone Weil (/veɪ/; French: [simɔn vɛj] ( listen); 3 February 1909 – 24 August 1943) was a French philosopher, mystic, and political activist. After her
Apr 5th 2017

Weil group
For other uses, see WeilChatelet group, MordellWeil group, and Weyl group. In mathematics, a Weil group, introduced by Weil (1951), is a modification
Aug 4th 2016

Bergman–Weil formula
integral formula. It was introduced by Bergman (1936) and Weil (1935). A Weil domain (Weil 1935) is an analytic polyhedron with a domain U in Cn defined
Dec 16th 2014

Doctor Weil
Doctor-WeilDoctor Weil may refer to: Andrew Weil, American author and physician, proponent of integrative medicine Andre Weil (1906-1988), French mathematician Doctor
Jun 15th 2016

Jiří Weil
Jiři WeilIPA: [jɪr̝iː vaɪl] (help·info); 6 August 1900, Praskolesy – 13 December 1959, Prague) was a Czech writer. He was Jewish. His noted works include
Mar 13th 2017

Andrew Weil
Andrew Weil, MD (/waɪl/, born June 8, 1942) is an American celebrity doctor who is a physician, author, spokesperson, and broadly described "guru" of the
May 18th 2017

Liza Weil
Liza Rebecca Weil (born June 5, 1977) is an American actress. She is well known for her role as Paris Geller in the WB/CW/Netflix series Gilmore Girls
May 12th 2017

Steven Weil
Steven Weil (born 1965) is an American rabbi and Senior Managing Director of the Orthodox Union. Steven Weil grew up on a cattle farm in upstate New
Dec 12th 2016

Joseph Weil
Weil. Joseph "Yellow Kid" Weil (July 1, 1875 – February 26, 1976)[not in citation given] was one of the best known American con men of his era. Weil's
Apr 27th 2017

Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Weil, Gotshal & Manges, headquartered in New York City, is an American international law firm. With over 1,000 attorneys, the firm has offices in Boston
Apr 28th 2017

Weil am Rhein
Weil am Rhein is a German town and commune. It is on the east bank of the River Rhine, and close to the point at which the Swiss, French and German borders
Apr 1st 2017

Weil–Petersson metric
In mathematics, the WeilPetersson metric is a Kahler metric on the Teichmüller space Tg,n of genus g Riemann surfaces with n marked points. It was introduced
Nov 1st 2016

Weil im Schönbuch
WeilWeil im Schonbuch is a town in the Boblingen district, middle Neckar region, Stuttgart governmental district, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Its unusual name
Jan 19th 2017

Susan Weil
Susan Weil (born 1930) is an American artist best known for her experimental three-dimensional paintings, which combine figurative illustration with explorations
Oct 16th 2016

Jacob Weil
Jacob Weil, later known as Mahariv (Hebrew: יעקב בן יהודה ווייל) was a German rabbi and Talmudist who flourished during the first half of the fifteenth
Mar 5th 2016

Jack Weil
For the football player, see Jack Weil (American football). Jack Arnold Weil (March 28, 1901 – August 13, 2008) was the founder and CEO of the Denver-based
Feb 21st 2017

Borel–Weil–Bott theorem
In mathematics, the BorelWeilBott theorem is a basic result in the representation theory of Lie groups, showing how a family of representations can be
Apr 14th 2017

Rémy Weil
Remy Weil (17 December 1899 – 20 November 1943) was a French swimmer and diver. He competed at the 1920 Summer Olympics and 1924 Summer Olympics. He died
Feb 21st 2017

Weil der Stadt
WeilWeil der Stadt is a small town of about 19,000 inhabitants, located in the Stuttgart Region of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. It is about 30 km
Jan 18th 2017

Joe Weil
Joe Weil (born March 24, 1958) is an American poet. He currently teaches undergraduate and graduate creative writing classes at Binghamton University.
Feb 9th 2017

Nathaniel Weil
Nathaniel Weil (1687 – 7 May 1769) was a rabbi and talmudist born at Stühlingen, son of Naphtali Zvi Hirsch Weil. His mother took him to Fürth when he
Nov 13th 2016

George Weil
George Leon Weil (September 18, 1907 – July 1, 1995) was an American physicist. On December 2, 1942, he removed the control rod from the Chicago Pile-1
Feb 15th 2017

Mordell–Weil theorem
In mathematics, the MordellWeil theorem states that for an abelian variety A over a number field K, the group A(K) of K-rational points of A is a finitely-generated
Oct 11th 2016

Hasse–Weil zeta function
In mathematics, the HasseWeil zeta function attached to an algebraic variety V defined over an algebraic number field K is one of the two most important
Nov 16th 2016

Weil am Rhein–Lörrach railway
The Weil am RhineLorrach railway (timetable line 734), also known as the Gartenbahn ("Garden Railway"), is a 4.836 km long electrified, single-track main
Mar 25th 2016

Frank Weil
Weil Frank Leopold Weil (March 6, 1894 – November 10, 1957) was an American lawyer. He was a founding partner of Weil, Gotshal & Manges in 1931. Born in New
Nov 22nd 2016

Adolf Weil
Adolf Weil may refer to: Adolf Weil (physician) (1848/49–1916), German physician Adolf Weil (motorcyclist) (1938–2011), German Grand Prix motocross racer
Mar 24th 2012

Weil–Felix test
The WeilFelix test is an agglutination test for the diagnosis of rickettsial infections. It was first described in 1916. By virtue of its long history
Apr 1st 2015

Roman L. Weil
Roman L. Weil (born 1940) is an American economist, accountant, consultant, and Emeritus faculty member of Booth School of Business, especially known for
Jun 21st 2016

Shafarevich–Weil theorem
In algebraic number theory, the ShafarevichWeil theorem relates the fundamental class of a Galois extension of local or global fields to an extension
Nov 5th 2016

Weil restriction
In mathematics, restriction of scalars (also known as "Weil restriction") is a functor which, for any finite extension of fields L/k and any algebraic
Mar 17th 2016

Weil–Châtelet group
In arithmetic geometry, the WeilChatelet group or WC-group of an algebraic group such as an abelian variety A defined over a field K is the abelian group
Nov 13th 2016

Cynthia Weil
Cynthia Weil (born October 18, 1940) is a prominent American songwriter. She is famous for having written many songs together with her husband Barry Mann
Feb 23rd 2017

Weil (river)
The-WeilThe Weil is small 50 km long river in Hesse, Germany. It is a left tributary to the Lahn river and the city of Weilburg is located next to its mouth. The
Apr 17th 2017

Weil cohomology theory
In algebraic geometry, a Weil cohomology or Weil cohomology theory is a cohomology satisfying certain axioms concerning the interplay of algebraic cycles
Jun 29th 2015

Siegel–Weil formula
In mathematics, the SiegelWeil formula, introduced by Weil (1964, 1965) as an extension of the results of Siegel (1951, 1952), expresses an Eisenstein
Oct 24th 2014

Bruno Weil
Bruno Weil (born 24 November 1949, Hahnstatten) is a symphonic conductor. He is principal guest conductor of Tafelmusik, the period-instrument group based
Apr 13th 2016

Olga Strashun Weil
Olga Strashun Weil (December 26, 1903 – August 5, 1963) was an outstanding American amateur tennis player and golfer in the early to mid-20th century.
Oct 9th 2016

Jack Weil (American football)
Jack Lee Weil (born March 16, 1962) is a former American college and professional football player who was a punter in the National Football League (NFL)
Oct 9th 2016

Weil, Bavaria
Weil is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany. It is home to one or more prehistoric pile-dwelling (or stilt house) settlements
Jan 19th 2017

Léon Weil
Leon Roger Weil (16 July 1896 – 6 June 2006) was one of the last two surviving veterans of the battle of Val-de-Marne in the First World War. He was almost
Jul 14th 2016

Robert Weil
Robert Weil may refer to: Robert Weil (businessman) (born 1948), Swedish entrepreneur and philanthropist Robert Weil (writer) (1881–1950), Austrian playwright
May 22nd 2016

Weil conjecture
The term Weil conjecture may refer to: The Weil conjectures about zeta functions of varieties over finite fields, proved by Dwork, Grothendieck, Deligne
Mar 8th 2016

Weil's conjecture on Tamagawa numbers
In mathematics, the Weil conjecture on Tamagawa numbers is the statement that the Tamagawa number τ(G) of a simply connected simple algebraic group defined
Nov 30th 2016

Weil der Mensch zählt
"Weil der Mensch zahlt" ("Because People Matter") was the Austrian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed by Alf Poier in his native
Jan 11th 2017

Weil Hall (Gainesville, Florida)
Weil Hall (formerly the Engineering Industries Building) is a historic building at Stadium Road and Gale Lemerand Drive (North-South Drive) on the University
Nov 26th 2016

Raymond Weil
Raymond-Weil-GeneveRaymond Weil Geneve (French pronunciation: ​[ʁemɔ̃ vɛːj]) is a Swiss luxury watchmaker, founded in 1976 in Geneva. It is a family company founded by Raymond
Mar 18th 2017

Weil McLain
Weil-McLain is the largest manufacturer of cast iron boilers in North America. Weil-McLain's company headquarters is located in Michigan City, Indiana
Nov 2nd 2015

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