Mathematician:Sergei Vasilovich Fomin

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Mathematician

Russian mathematician best known for his contribution towards the book Introductory Real Analysis.


Nationality

Russian


History

  • Born: 9 Dec 1917, Moscow, Russia
  • Died: 17 Aug 1975, Vladivostok, Russia


Theorems and Definitions

Books and Papers

  • 1950: On dynamical systems in a function space
  • 1951: On dynamical systems with invariant measure
  • 1954: Elements of the theory of functions and functional analysis: Volume 1: metric and normed spaces
  • 1960: Elements of the theory of functions and functional analysis: Volume 2: measure, the Lebesgue integral and Hilbert space
  • 1963: Calculus of Variations (with I.M. Gelfand) (translated into English by Richard A. Silverman)
  • 1968: Introductory Real Analysis (with Andrey Kolmogorov) (translated into English, and rather severely and less-than-successfully edited, in 1970 by Richard A. Silverman, Dover Publications: ISBN 0-486-61226-0)
  • 1973: Mathematical problems in biology (with M.B. Berkinblit)


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