Collected papers.

*(English, French, German)*Zbl 0795.01036
Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, Publishers. xx, 361 p. (1994).

[For the 1990 ed. see Zbl 0707.01017.]

Based on the Foreword: This volume contains the author’s thirty-six papers written in European languages and cover the period 1928 through 1991. The papers are presented in chronological order. In addition, this collection includes the previously unpublished paper “Mathematics in Japan” (1942) as well as “Mes rencontres avec Claude Chevalley” (1985) which was previously published in Japanese. Also included are the prefaces written by S. Iyanaga for the ‘Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics’ (1954) and the book ‘The Theory of Numbers’ (1974). Of the included items eleven are in German, nineteen in English, and six in French. Contents: Foreword by S. Iyanaga, Preface by the Editorial Committee, “A Survey of Iyanaga’s work in number theory” by I. Satake, the author’s Curriculum vitae, Bibliography, Table of Contents, the papers, and nineteen pages of very valuable and interesting comments by the author “intended to elucidate the historical background and mathematical origins of the articles”.

Based on the Foreword: This volume contains the author’s thirty-six papers written in European languages and cover the period 1928 through 1991. The papers are presented in chronological order. In addition, this collection includes the previously unpublished paper “Mathematics in Japan” (1942) as well as “Mes rencontres avec Claude Chevalley” (1985) which was previously published in Japanese. Also included are the prefaces written by S. Iyanaga for the ‘Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics’ (1954) and the book ‘The Theory of Numbers’ (1974). Of the included items eleven are in German, nineteen in English, and six in French. Contents: Foreword by S. Iyanaga, Preface by the Editorial Committee, “A Survey of Iyanaga’s work in number theory” by I. Satake, the author’s Curriculum vitae, Bibliography, Table of Contents, the papers, and nineteen pages of very valuable and interesting comments by the author “intended to elucidate the historical background and mathematical origins of the articles”.

Reviewer: F.J.Papp (Ypsilanti)