Biography-center - Letter A Alembert, Jean d'. alexandroff, alexander. alexandroff, Pave. Alhazen (alHaitam) http://www.biography-center.com/a.html
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Ackerberg-Hastings, Amy the world over respected James W. alexander (18881971) for his profound results in combinatorial, out, but he mentored Paul alexandroff (1896-1982) and others who gathered http://www.aug.edu/dvskel/Ackerberg.htm
Extractions: Mathematicians the world over respected James W. Alexander (1888-1971) for his profound results in combinatorial, or algebraic, topology. A researcher and teacher at Princeton, he extended the work of the mathematicians who had established combinatorial topology as a distinct and specialized field in mathematics by the 1920s. As Solomon Lefschetz (1884-1972) remarked in 1930, "It is largely to [Oswald] Veblen [another algebraic topologist] and Alexander that we owe the . . . present improved situation." Yet, Alexander felt dissatisfied despite his success. He desired to find out whether techniques in point-set topology, the other main type of topology and also fully established as a legitimate, unique mathematical discipline, could lead to new discoveries in combinatorial topology. Could the two topologies be unified into one whole topology that encompassed more than the separate parts? In this manner, topologists of the 1920s began a process of fusion in their field. By the 1950s, they had so successfully unified topology that this discipline was viewed as a fundamental branch of mathematics, on the level of algebra and geometry. Historians have tended to understand this development of increasingly sophisticated techniques for use throughout mathematics as a purely progressive process. Yet, topology is a human activity like any other and should also be viewed as a part of twentieth-century culture. In fact, the development of topology fits well into conceptual frameworks of the twentieth century, such as the model established by Hamilton Cravens and Alan Marcus. These historians believe that intellectual similarities can be found across disciplines around the globe during given time periods.
A Index Mathematical biographiesA index alexander, Archie (1089). alexander, James (836*). alexandroff, alexander (1174*). alexandroff, Pave (2175*) http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/A.html
A Index 1174*) Aleksandrov, Pavel (2175*) Alembert, Jean d' (2501*) alexander, Archie (1089)alexander, James (836*) alexandroff, alexander (1174*) alexandroff, Pave http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/A.html
Full Alphabetical Index List of mathematical biographies indexed alphabetically alexander, Archie (1089). alexander, James (836*). alexandroff, alexander (1174*). alexandroff, Pave (2175*) http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/Full_Alph.html
Home Page Of Alexander Arhangelskii email firstname.lastname@example.org. alexander Arhangelskii. Dr. PS alexandroff;1959-61 Advance studies in mathematics for Ph.D. at Moscow University; http://www.math.ohiou.edu/math/faculty/arhangel2.htm
Extractions: Athens, OH 45701 phone: 740-593-1281 fax: 740-593-9805 e-mail email@example.com Alexander Arhangelskii Curriculum Vitae Personal Information Education 1954-59 Studies in Mathematics at Moscow State University 1959 Master Degree in Mathematics with distinction, Moscow University, Moscow, U.S.S.R. Master Thesis: An addition theorem for Weight in Compacta. Thesis Supervisor: Prof. Dr. P.S. Alexandroff 1959-61 Advance studies in mathematics for Ph.D. at Moscow University 1962 Ph.D. degree in Mathematics - Russian Equivalent: Candidate in Phys.- Math Sciences (Mathematical Institute of Steklov, Academy of Sciences of U.S.S.R., Moscow, U.S.S.R) Dissertation: On Metrization of spaces and related problems. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. P.S. Alexandroff 1966 Higher than Ph.D. degree: Doctor of Sciences, Highest Commission for Degrees (V.A.C.) at the Ministry of Higher Education, U.S.S.R. Dissertation: Mutual classification of spaces and mappings.
Alexander Dranishnikov, Ph.D. Professor Of Mathematics College Of alexander Dranishnikov, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics College of Liberal Arts and Sciences What had eluded top mathematicians for decades was merely a walk in the topology park for alexander Dranishnikov. problem posed by Russian topologist P. S. alexandroff in the area of geometric topology. http://web.nwe.ufl.edu/~jdouglas/Dranishnikov.pdf
Extractions: by Karen Shenfeld Due west of the Kremlin, beyond the ring road that separates Moscow's inner and outer cities, the east-west Kalinina Prospekt bends slightly to the south, heading across the River Moskva, just where it snakes around the gargantuan Hotel Ukraine. Stretching away from the Kalinina Bridge, on the western bank of the river, the avenue continues, now called Kutuzovski Prospekt. It was given this name in 1957 in honour of Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov, who led the Russian forces against Napoleon in the War of 1812. Following the course of the ancient road to Smolensk, Kutuzovski Prospect veers gently toward a rise of land called the Poklonnaya Gora; the Russian name translates as "the hill you bow to," recalling a custom once observed by travellers arriving in Moscow from this direction. It was on this height, which years ago commanded a view of the city, that Napoleon stood, waiting to receive official word of Moscow's surrender. Alexander Vladimirovich Arhangel'skii lives on Kutuzovski Prospekt with his wife, Olga Constantinovna, and their 27-year-old son, Vladimir Alexandrovich. (The Arhangel'skiis also have a 31-year-old daughter, Tatiana Alexanderovna; she is married and lives in Moscow with her husband and eight-year-old son.) Arhangel'skii enjoys its relative proximity to M.S.U. He also appreciates the fact that from the Kutuzovskaya Metro Station, near the western end of Kutuzovski Prospekt, it is only a two-stop subway ride to the Kievskaya Station. From there, he can board an Elektrishke, an electrical commuter train, and, in less than a half an hour, be walking (or, in winter, cross-country skiing) through a forest of birch. It is not much farther from the Kutuzovskaya station to the Kurski station, from where he can catch another train, and, in roughly an hour's time, arrive in the village of Saltykovskaya, where his mother resides.
Extractions: University of Florida In the case of geometrically finite groups the Novikov higher signatures conjecture can be reduced to a dimension theoretical problem in the Asymptotic Topology which is parallel to the old Alexandroff problem on the equality between covering and cohomological dimensions. Date received: February 19, 1999
Aepli - Allemann Translate this page 17395, phil.I dt.Philol. SS, 1907, Erwin alexander-Katz, 1883, M, Berlin, Preussen,Dtld. 21172, iur. nat.oek. SS, 1912, Boris alexandroff, 1882, M, Moskau, russ.Reich. http://www-rektorat.unizh.ch/matrikel/data/264.html
Geometric Functional Analysis Seminar Abstract alexander Dranishnikov. alexandroff's Problem and the Novikov Conjecture.ABSTRACT In the late 20s PS alexandroff came up with a http://www.math.psu.edu/gfa/PastSeminars/SP99Abstracts/dran1.html
Auteur Translate this page alexander, Daniel S. alexander, Herbert alexander, David alexanderson, Gerald L.Alexandre, Y. Alexandre, Aaron Alexandre, Josette alexandroff, Paul alexandroff http://bibmath.u-strasbg.fr/SearchAut.htm&Value=A&Range=0017
Mathem_abbrev alUmawi, Abu al-Uqlidisi, Abu'l Albategnius (al-Battani) Aleksandrov, AleksandrAleksandrov, Pave Alembert, Jean d', alexandroff, alexander alexandroff, Pave http://www.pbcc.cc.fl.us/faculty/domnitcj/mgf1107/mathrep1.htm
Extractions: Mathematician Report Index Below is a list of mathematicians. You may choose from this list or report on a mathematician not listed here. In either case, you must discuss with me the mathematician you have chosen prior to starting your report. No two students may write a report on the same mathematician. I would advise you to go to the library before choosing your topic as there might not be much information on the mathematician you have chosen. Also, you should determine the topic early in the term so that you can "lock-in" your report topic!! The report must include: 1. The name of the mathematician. 2. The years the mathematician was alive. 3. A biography. 4. The mathematician's major contribution(s) to mathematics and an explanation of the importance. 5. A historical perspective during the time the mathematician was alive.
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Extractions: ID CATEGORY STATUS TITLE COMPANY PREFIX SUFFIX DESIGNATION INFORMAL FAX CITY ZIP COUNTRY CRRT COUNTY GENDER CHAPTER EMAIL WEBSITE ID CBA REG A ALEXANDROFF, ALAN LECG, LLC Alan S. Alexandroff Office Director LECG, LLC 1802-415 Yonge St Toronto ON M5B 2E7 Mr. Alan S. Alexandroff Alan Toronto ON M ON True False R False False 11/20/2002 1:41:00 PM WILSON firstname.lastname@example.org REG CC False False CBA REG A DETCHEVERRY, PIERRE LAVERY, DE BILLY Pierre D'Etcheverry Lavery, de Billy 1 Place Ville-Marie, Bureau 4000 Montréal QC H3B 4M4 Maître Pierre D'Etcheverry Pierre Montréal QC M QC True False R FIRM False False 3/18/2003 8:10:00 AM SOPHIED www.laverydebilly.com