# Ernest William Barnes

## Affiliations: | University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom |

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"Ernest Barnes"#### Children

Sign in to add traineeArthur Stanley Eddington | research assistant | 1905 | Cambridge |

Joseph Proudman | research assistant | 1912 | Cambridge |

Edward Arthur Milne | research assistant | 1914-1916 | Cambridge |

John Edensor Littlewood | grad student | Cambridge |

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Barnes EW. (1908) A new development of the theory of the hypergeometric functions Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. 141-177 |

Barnes EW. (1907) The asymptotic expansion of integral functions defined by generalised hypergeometric series Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. 59-116 |

Barnes EW. (1907) On certain functions defined by taylor’s series of finite radius of convergence Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. 284-316 |

Barnes EW. (1906) The Asymptotic Expansion of Integral Functions Defined by Taylor's Series Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 206: 249-297 |

Barnes EW. (1905) The asymptotic expansion of integral functions of finite non-zero order Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. 273-295 |

Barnes EW. (1902) VIII. A memoir on internal functions Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 199: 411-500 |

Barnes EW. (1901) The Theory of the Double Gamma Function Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 196: 265-387 |

Barnes EW, Barnes EW. (1901) A Memoir on Integral Functions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. 69: 121-125 |

Barnes EW. (1899) The genesis of the double gamma functions Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. 358-381 |

Barnes EW. (1899) The theory of the double gamma function Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. 66: 265-268 |