Tullio LeviCivitaLeviCivita, Tullio (tōlˈlyō lāˈvēchēˈvētä) [key], 1873–1942, Italian mathematician. He taught at the universities of Padua (1898–1919) and Rome (1919–38) and was noted for his researches in pure geometry, hydrodynamics, celestial mechanics, and tensor analysis (see tensor), on which Einstein's work depended in part. He wrote Simplified Presentation of Einstein's Unified Field Equations (authorized tr. 1929). The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved. More on LeviCivita Tullio from Fact Monster:
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