Kolmogorov's Heritage in Mathematics / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
In this book, several world experts present (one part of) the mathematical heritage of Kolmogorov. Each chapter treats one of his research themes or a subject invented as a consequence of his discoveries. The authors present his contributions, his methods, the perspectives he opened to us, and the way in which this research has evolved up to now. Coverage also includes examples of recent applications and a presentation of the modern prospects.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)|
Table of ContentsIntroduction: Eric Charpentier, Annick Lesne, Nikolaï Nikolski .- The youth of Andrei Nikolaevich and Fourier series: Jean-Pierre Kahane .- Kolmogorov's contribution to intuitionistic logic: Thierry Coquand.- Some aspects of the probabilistic work: Loïc Chaumont, Laurent Mazliak, Marc Yor.- Infinite dimensional Kolmogorov equations: Giuseppe Da Prato.- From Kolmogorov's theorem on empirical distribution to number theory: Kevin Ford.- Kolmogorov's -entropy and the problem of statistical estimation: Mikhail Nikouline, Valentin Solev.- Kolmogorov and topology: Victor M. Buchstaber .- Geometry and approximation theory in A. N. Kolmogorov's works: Vladimir M. Tikhomirov.- Kolmogorov and population dynamics: Karl Sigmund.- Resonances and small divisors: Etienne Ghys.- The KAM Theorem: John H. Hubbard .-From Kolmogorov's Work on Entropy of Dynamical Systems to Non-uniformly Hyperbolic Dynamics: Denis V. Kosygin, Yakov G. Sinai.- From Hilbert's 13th Problem to the theory of neural networks: constructive aspects of Kolmogorov's Superposition Theorem: Vasco Brattka .- Kolmogorov Complexity: Bruno Durand, Alexander Zvonkin.- Algorithmic Chaos and the Incompressibility Method: Paul Vitanyi.