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Vasily Sergeyevich (Vasilii Sergeevich) Vladimirov
, (January 9, 1923 – November 3, 2012)
was a Russian mathematician, Ph.D. from
Steklov Institute of Mathematics
in 1953, and professor the
Russian Academy of Sciences
. His research includes
equations
and
models
of
mathematical physics
,
generalized functions
,
functions of several complex variables
,
multidimensional
Tauberian theorems
,
padic analysis
,
number theory
,
numerical analysis
and
quantum field theory
^{[1]}
^{[2]}
.
During the early 90s, he was collaborator of
Mikhail Botvinnik
,
Evgeniĭ Dmitrievich Cherevik
and
Vitaly Vygodsky
in working on
Chess Computer Sapiens
and its economic counterpart
Economical Computer Sapiens
^{[3]}
.
Vasily Vladimirov
^{[4]}
Table of Contents
Selected Publications
External Links
References
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Selected Publications
^{[5]}
^{[6]}
Vasily Vladimirov
,
Leon Ehrenpreis
(
1966
).
Methods of the Theory of Functions of Many Complex Variables
.
MIT Press
Vasily Vladimirov
(
1971
).
Equations of Mathematical Physics
. Dekker, N.Y.
Vasily Vladimirov
et al. (
1988
).
Tauberian Theorems for Generalized Functions
.
Kluwer Academic Publishers
Ivan Matveyevich Vinogradov
,
Vasily Vladimirov
(
1993
).
Number Theory, Algebra, Mathematical Analysis, and their Applications : Dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Ivan Matveevich Vinogradov : Collection of Papers
.
American Mathematical Society
Vasily Vladimirov
,
Igor V. Volovich
, Evgenij Igorevič Zelenov (
1994
)
Padic Analysis and Mathematical Physics
.
World Scientific
Mikhail Botvinnik
,
Evgeniĭ Dmitrievich Cherevik
,
Vasily Vladimirov
,
Vitaly Vygodsky
(
1994
).
Solving Shannon's Problem: Ways and Means
.
Advances in Computer Chess 7
Vasily Vladimirov
(
2007
).
Methods of the Theory of Functions of Many Complex Variables
.
Dover Publications
External Links
Vladimirov Vasilii Sergeevich
from
MathNet.Ru
Vasily Vladimirov from Wikipedia
The Mathematics Genealogy Project  Vasilii Vladimirov
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Vladimirov Vasilii Sergeevich
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Mikhail Botvinnik
,
Evgeniĭ Dmitrievich Cherevik
,
Vasily Vladimirov
,
Vitaly Vygodsky
(
1994
).
Solving Shannon's Problem: Ways and Means
.
Advances in Computer Chess 7
^
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^
Vladimirov, V. S. (Vasiliĭ Sergeevich) [WorldCat Identities
]
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was a Russian mathematician, Ph.D. from Steklov Institute of Mathematics in 1953, and professor the Russian Academy of Sciences. His research includes equations and models of mathematical physics, generalized functions, functions of several complex variables, multidimensional Tauberian theorems, padic analysis, number theory, numerical analysis and quantum field theory ^{[1]} ^{[2]}.
During the early 90s, he was collaborator of Mikhail Botvinnik, Evgeniĭ Dmitrievich Cherevik and Vitaly Vygodsky in working on Chess Computer Sapiens and its economic counterpart Economical Computer Sapiens ^{[3]}.
Table of Contents
Selected Publications
^{[5]} ^{[6]}External Links
References
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