Mathematician:Sergei Natanovich Bernstein
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Russian mathematician known for contributions to partial differential equations, differential geometry, probability theory, and approximation theory
Not to be confused with Felix Bernstein.
- Born: 5 March 1880 in Odessa, Ukraine
- Died: 26 October 1968 in Moscow, USSR
Theorems and Definitions
- Bernstein's Inequality (Mathematical Analysis)
- Bernstein Inequalities (Probability Theory)
- Bernstein's Lethargy Theorem
- Bernstein's Theorem (Approximation Theory)
- Bernstein's Theorem (Monotone Functions)
- Bernstein's Theorem on Unique Global Solution to y''=F(x,y,y')
- Bernstein-von Mises Theorem (with Richard Edler von Mises)
- Kac-Bernstein Theorem (with Mark Kac)
Results named for Sergei Natanovich Bernstein can be found here.
Definitions of concepts named for Sergei Natanovich Bernstein can be found here.
- 1912: Sur les équations du calcul des variations ("On the equations of the calculus of variations") (Ann. Sci. École Norm. Sup. Vol. 29: pp. 431 – 485)
- 1946: The Theory of Probabilities
Also known as
In Russian: Серге́й Ната́нович Бернште́йн
Sergei Bernstein's name is often transliterated as Bernshtein and, just occasionally, as Bernshteyn.
His first name is sometimes rendered Serge.