John Irwin Hutchinson (1867â€“1935) was an American mathematician born in Bangor, Maine He was educated at Bates College, (A.B., 1889), Clark University (189092), and the University of Chicago (Ph. D., 1896). At Cornell University he was instructor in mathematics from 1894 to 1902, assistant professor in 190309, and professor after 1910. He published reviews chiefly on hyperelliptic, theta, and automorphic functions, on algebraic surfaces, and on birational transformations. With Virgil Snyder he was coauthor of Differential and Integral Calculus (1902) and Elementary Treatise on the Calculus (1912).
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