Milton Abramowitz

American mathematician

1915   -   1958

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: New York University
occupation: mathematician

Milton Abramowitz (1915 in Brooklyn, New York – 5 July 1958) was a mathematician at the National Bureau of Standards who, with Irene Stegun, edited a classic book of mathematical tables called Handbook of Mathematical Functions, widely known as Abramowitz and Stegun. Abramowitz died of a heart attack in 1958, at which time the book was not yet completed but was well underway. Stegun took over management of the project and was able to finish the work by 1964, working under the direction of the NBS Chief of Numerical Analysis Philip J. Davis, who was also a contributor to the book. The major work of producing reliable mathematical tables, as described above, was part of the WPA project of Franklin Roosevelt.
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Abramowitz and Stegun

informal name of a mathematical reference work

author: Milton Abramowitz, Irene Stegun

1964

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