Loo Keng Hua or Luo-Geng Hua, Chinese mathematician
(Jintan, Jiangsu Province 12 November 1910 – Tokyo 12 June 1985) Authored over 200 papers, 10 books and monographs Developed Vinogradov mean value theorem (1940s) First to show that every semi-automorphism of a skew
field is either an automorphism or an anti-automorphism Proved that every normal sub-field of a skew field is
contained in its center (Cartan-Brauer-Hua theorem) Proposed extending Hodge theory to open Hermitian
manifolds (1959) Made important contributions to the development of the
circle method and variations of Waring’s problem Found the symmetry of inertial motion Computed the kernel functions for all classical
domains Solved the problem of expanding the regular functions
of a function of several complex variables concretely and non-locally into a
series in a canonical domain Invented an alternative deterministic method Proved fundamental theorem of geometry of matrices over the complex and real field (1945-7) Proved the
fundamental theorem of the geometry of symmetric matrices over any field of
characteristic not two (1949) and that of the geometry of rectangular matrices
over a division ring #F Proved the fundamental theorem of one-dimensional projective geometry Proved the Abelian summable convergence theorem for the Fourier expansion of a continuous function over a compact group With Y. Wang proposed a method for numerical evaluation of multiple integrals based on classical algebraic number theory and Diophantine approximations known as Hua-Wang method (1958-64) Solved the problem of a complete triangle sum estimation Authored a classical work
Hua theorem Hua inequality or lemma (1938) Hua matrix inequality Hua matrix equality (1955) Hua operator Hua equation Hua measure Hua matrix Hua determinant inequality Siegel-Hua spaces Siegel-Hua metric Hua interpolate matrix integral Poisson-Hua kernels Weil-Hua inequationHua’s inequation Hua-Wang (Zhonglie) method Brauer-Cartan-Hua theorem |

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