Dunham Jackson (July 24, 1888 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts – November 6, 1946) was a mathematician who worked within approximation theory, notably with trigonometrical and orthogonal polynomials. He is known for Jackson's inequality. He was awarded the Chauvenet Prize in 1935. His book Fourier Series and Orthogonal Polynomials (dated 1941) was reprinted in 2004.
|Born||24 July 1888|
|Died||6 November 1946(aged 58)|
|Awards||Chauvenet Prize (1935)|
|Doctoral students||Sally Elizabeth Carlson|
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- MAA presidents: Dunham Jackson
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- Moore, C. N. (21 August 1942). "Scientific Books: The Fourier Series". Science. 96 (2486): 183–184. doi:10.1126/science.96.2486.183.
- O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Dunham Jackson", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews.
- Dunham Jackson at the Mathematics Genealogy Project.
- Jackson's photo at Mathematical Association of America site.
- Another (bigger one) photo of Jackson[permanent dead link] at History of Approximation Theory site.
- National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoir