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Marshall Harvey Stone

Marshall Harvey Stone
Conhecido(a) por Teorema de Stone-Weierstrass
Nascimento 8 de abril de 1903
Nova Iorque, NY
 Estados Unidos
Morte 9 de janeiro de 1989 (85 anos)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
 Índia
Nacionalidade Estadunidense
Alma mater Universidade Harvard
Prêmios Gibbs Lecture (1956), Medalha Nacional de Ciências (1982)
Orientador(es)(as) George David Birkhoff[1]
Orientado(a)(s) William Frederick Eberlein, Bernard Galler, Edwin Hewitt, Richard Kadison, Royal Bruce Kellogg, George Mackey, Holbrook Mann MacNeille
Instituições Universidade Harvard, Universidade de Chicago, Universidade de Massachusetts
Campo(s) Matemática
Tese 1926: Ordinary Linear Homogeneous Differential Equations of Order n and the Related Expansion Problems

Marshall Harvey Stone (Nova Iorque, 8 de abril de 1903Chennai, 9 de janeiro de 1989) foi um matemático estadunidense.

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