# Author:Benjamin Williamson

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Irish mathematician; Trinity College, Dublin. MA; Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin (1852); Professor of Natural Philosophy, Trinity College, Dublin (1854); Senior Fellow of Trinity (1897); Vice-Provost of Trinity.^{[1]}This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list on this page is complete to 1901.Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "B. W." This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica. Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "B. W." |

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## WorksEdit

*An elementary treatise on the differential calculus, containing the theory of plane curves*(1880)*An elementary treatise on the integral calculus*(1880) (This treatise was one of the books that Ramanujan had read (at least in part) before he left for England in 1914.^{[2]})*An elementary treatise on dynamics, containing applications to thermodynamics, with numerous examples*(1889)*Introduction to the Mathematical Theory of the Stress and Strain of Elastic Solids*multiple editions 8th ed. (1894)- "Graves, Charles," in
*Dictionary of National Biography Supplement*, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1901) in 3 vols. - "Maclaurin, Colin," in
*Encyclopædia Britannica*(11th ed., 1911)

## Works about WilliamsonEdit

- "Death: Benjamin Williamson," in
*The Times*(1916) - "Obituary: Benjamin Williamson" in
*Irish Independent*(1916)

## ReferencesEdit

- ↑ "
**WILLIAMSON, Benjamin**".*Who's Who***57**: p. 1742. 1905. - ↑ Berndt, Bruce C.; Rankin, Robert A. (2000). "The books studied by Ramanujan in India".
*The American Mathematical Monthly***107**(7): 595–601. JSTOR 2589114.

## External linksEdit

- Williamson, Benjamin (1827-1916) Mathematician 125641 at The National Archives
- Benjamin Williamson, Fellow at the Royal Society

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