The History of Mathematics at the Naval Postgraduate School
Borges, Carlos F.
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The Department of Applied Mathematics has the longest history of any department at the Naval Postgraduate School and traces its roots to the appointment of Ensign Guy K. Calhoun as Professor of Mathematics in 1910.
Mathematica Militaris, The Bulletin of the Mathematical Sciences Departments of the Federal Service Academies, Vol. 20, Issue 1, Summer 2011,
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