 Kleinian

/kluy"nee euhn/, adj.referring to the theories formulated by Austrian child psychiatrist Melanie Klein (18821960).[195055; Klein + IAN]
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Kleinian — Klein·ian klī nē ən adj of, relating to, or according with the psychoanalytic theories or practices of Melanie Klein Kleinian n Klein klīn Melanie (1882 1960) Austrian psychoanalyst. Klein made major contributions to psychoanalysis, and her work… … Medical dictionary
Kleinian group — In mathematics, a Kleinian group, named after Felix Klein, is a finitely generated discrete group Gamma; of orientation preserving conformal (i.e. angle preserving) maps of the open unit ball B^3 in mathbb{R}^3 to itself. Some… … Wikipedia
Kleinian model — In mathematics, a Kleinian model is a model of a three dimensional hyperbolic manifold N by the quotient space mathbb{H}^3 / Gamma where Gamma; is a discrete subgroup of PSL(2,C). Here, the subgroup Gamma;, a Kleinian group, is defined so that it … Wikipedia
Kleinian envy and gratitude — The Kleinian psychoanalytic school of thought of which Melanie Klein was a pioneer, considers envy to be crucial in understanding both love and gratitude. Klein defines envy as the angry feeling that another person possesses and enjoys something… … Wikipedia
Kleinian — /kluy nee euhn/, adj. referring to the theories formulated by Austrian child psychiatrist Melanie Klein (1882 1960). [1950 55; Klein + IAN] … Useful english dictionary
Density theorem for Kleinian groups — In the mathematical theory of Kleinian groups, the density conjecture of Lipman Bers, Dennis Sullivan, and William Thurston, states that every finitely generated Kleinian group is an algebraic limit of geometrically finite Kleinian groups.… … Wikipedia
Donald Meltzer — (1922–2004) was a Kleinian psychoanalyst whose teaching made him influential in many countries. He became known for making clinical headway with difficult childhood conditions such as autism, and also for his theoretical innovations and… … Wikipedia
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James W. Cannon — (b. January 30, 1943) is an American mathematician working in the areas of low dimensional topology and geometric group theory. He is an Orson Pratt Professor of Mathematics at the Brigham Young University.Biographical dataJames W. Cannon was… … Wikipedia
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