nLab Anthony P. Morse

Selected writings

Not to be confused with Marston Morse.

Anthony Perry Morse was a mathematician at the University of California, Berkeley, primarily working in geometric measure theory.

He got his PhD degree in 1937 from Brown University, advised by Clarence Raymond Adams.

Selected writings

On the Morse–Kelley set theory:

  • Anthony P. Morse, A theory of sets, Pure and Applied Mathematics XVIII, Academic Press (1965), xxxi+130 pp. Second Edition, Pure and Applied Mathematics 108, Academic Press (1986), xxxii+179 pp. ISBN: 0-12-507952-4

On the Morse–Sard lemma:

  • Anthony P. Morse, The Behavior of a Function on Its Critical Set, Annals of Mathematics 40:1 (1939), 62–70. doi
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