Definition of Poincaré, Jules-Henri in English:

Poincaré, Jules-Henri

Line breaks: Jules-Henri Poin|caré
Pronunciation: /ˈpwãkareɪ
 
, pwɛ̃kaʀe/
  • (1854–1912), French mathematician and philosopher of science, who transformed celestial mechanics and was one of the pioneers of algebraic topology. He proposed a relativistic philosophy which implied the absolute velocity of light, which nothing could exceed.

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