Gabriel Kron

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1901 – 1968

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Who was Gabriel Kron?

Gabriel Kron was a Hungarian American electrical engineer who promoted the use of methods of linear algebra, multilinear algebra, and differential geometry in the field. His method of circuit analysis called diakoptics has been extended by others. Though he published widely, his methods were slow to be assimilated. At Union College a symposium was organized by Schaffer Library on "Gabriel Kron, the Man and His Work", held October 14, 1969. H.H. Happ edited the contributed papers, which were published by Union College Press as Gabriel Kron and Systems Theory.

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Born
1901
Baia Mare
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • University of Michigan
Died
1968
Schenectady

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on July 23, 2013

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