Orlicz Wladyslaw Orlicz. Wladyslaw Roman Orlicz was born in Okocim, a village near Cracow. His parents, Franciszek and Maria née Rossknecht, had five sons. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Orlicz.html
Extractions: Wladyslaw Roman Orlicz Stefan Banach Hugo Steinhaus and Antoni Lomnicki as teachers. From 1922 to 1929 he worked as a teaching assistent at the Department of Mathematics of Jan Kazimierz University in Lvov. In 1928 he wrote his doctoral thesis Some problems in the theory of orthogonal series under the supervision of Eustachy Zylinski. In the same year he married Zofia Krzysik. In the late twenties and early thirties Orlicz worked as a teacher in private secondary schools and in a military school. Studia Mathematica in 1930 and 1931. Their results became a starting point for Orlicz to consider and investigate in 1932 and 1936 function spaces more general than L p spaces which later on became known as Orlicz spaces It should be emphasized that from the functional analysis point of view (that is, as function spaces) Orlicz spaces appeared for the first time in 1932 in Orlicz's paper:
Wladyslaw Orlicz Wladyslaw Orlicz. Wladyslaw Orlicz (born May 24 1903 in Okocim, died August 9, 1990 in Poznan) was a Polish mathematician of Lvov school of mathematics. http://www.fact-index.com/w/wl/wladyslaw_orlicz.html
Extractions: Main Page See live article Alphabetical index Wladyslaw Orlicz (born May 24 in Okocim, died August 9 in Poznan ) was a Polish mathematician of Lvov school of mathematics His main interest was topology . See Orlicz-Pettis theorem, Orlicz property, Orlicz theorem, Mazur-Orlicz bounded consistency theorem, Mazur-Orlicz theorem on inequalities, Mazur-Orlicz theorem on uniform boundedness in F-spaces, Orlicz category theorem, Orlicz interpolation theorem, Orlicz norm, Orlicz function, convexity in the sense of Orlicz, F-norm of Mazur-Orlicz, Drewnowski-Orlicz theorem on representation of orthogonal additive functionals and modulars, Orlicz theorem on Weyl multipliers, Matuszewska-Orlicz indices, Hardy-Orlicz spaces, Marcinkiewicz-Orlicz spaces, Musielak-Orlicz spaces, Orlicz-Sobolev spaces and Orlicz-Bochner spaces. This article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by fixing it.
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References For Orlicz References for wladyslaw orlicz. Books K Kuratowski, A Wroclaw, 2000). wladyslaw orlicz Collected Papers I, II (Warsaw, 1988). Articles J http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Orlicz.html
Extractions: J Albrycht, Speech delivered at the graduation ceremony on honorary membership of W. Orlicz (Polish), Wiadom. Mat. W Jankowski, On the scientific activity of Professor W. Orlicz (Polish), Wiadom. Mat. L Maligranda, Wladyslaw Orlicz (1903-1990) - his life and contribution to mathematics (Polish), In: Wladyslaw Orlicz (1903-1990) - Founder of the Poznan School of Mathematics, Poznan L Maligranda and W Matuszewska, A survey of Wladyslaw Orlicz's scientific work, In: Wladyslaw Orlicz Collected Papers , (Warsaw 1988) xv-liv. L Maligranda and L E Persson, Wladyslaw Orlicz (1903-1990), Notices Amer. Math. Soc. L Maligranda and W Wnuk, Wladyslaw Orlicz(1903-1990) (Polish), Nauka Polska L Maligranda and W Wnuk, Wladyslaw Orlicz: his life and contributions to mathematics, In: Function Spaces (New York-Basel 2000), 23-29.
Extractions: Banach, Stefan (1892-1945), born in Krakow, Poland. He was a mathematician, developed the major concepts and theorems of functional analysis; the term Banach Space is known to every mathematician in the world. He published 58 works of fundamental importance. He was also a professor at the University of Lvov. Banachiewicz, Tadeusz (1882-1954), astronomer, mathematician and geodesist. He established a mathematical method for calculating the orbits of heavenly bodies, known as the Cracovian Calculus. He also developed and applied the chronokinematographic method for observation of Sun eclipse. He wrote over 230 scientific works.
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Extractions: Google News about your search term Wladyslaw Orlicz (born May 24 in Okocim, died August 9 in Poznan ) was a Polish mathematician of Lvov school of mathematics His main interest was topology . See Orlicz-Pettis theorem, Orlicz property, Orlicz theorem, Mazur-Orlicz bounded consistency theorem, Mazur-Orlicz theorem on inequalities, Mazur-Orlicz theorem on uniform boundedness in F-spaces, Orlicz category theorem, Orlicz interpolation theorem, Orlicz norm, Orlicz function, convexity in the sense of Orlicz, F-norm of Mazur-Orlicz, Drewnowski-Orlicz theorem on representation of orthogonal additive functionals and modulars, Orlicz theorem on Weyl multipliers, Matuszewska-Orlicz indices, Hardy-Orlicz spaces, Marcinkiewicz-Orlicz spaces, Musielak-Orlicz spaces, Orlicz-Sobolev spaces and Orlicz-Bochner spaces. This article is a . You can help Wikipedia by . Books about 'Wladyslaw Orlicz' at: amazon.com
Studia Mathematica Vol. 97, 1990 Wieslaw Cupala, wladyslaw orlicz 24 May 19039 August 1990., iiiv; I. Assani, J. Wos, An equivalent measure for some nonsingular transformations and http://www.impan.gov.pl/PUBL/Old_Archive/SM/V097.html
Extractions: Wieslaw Cupala, Wladyslaw Orlicz: 24 May 19039 August 1990. , iiiv I. Assani, J. Wos, An equivalent measure for some nonsingular transformations and application. Barnabas M. Garay, Cross-sections of solution funnels in Banach spaces. Manfred Denker, Gerhard Keller, Mariusz Urbanski, On the uniqueness of equilibrium states for piecewise monotone mappings. Nikolaos S. Papageorgiou, On transition multimeasures with values in a Banach space. Zbigniew S. Kowalski, Stationary perturbations based on Bernoulli processes. Cho Ho Chu, Bruno Iochum, Fernando Cobos, Interpolation of compact operators by Goulaouic procedure. Ryotaro Sato, On pointwise ergodic theorems for positive operators. Rudolf Rupp, Stable rank of holomorphic function algebras. Andreas Seeger, Remarks on singular convolution operators. Ka Sing Lau, Wei Bin Zeng, The convolution equation of Choquet and Deny on semigroups. Mohamed Barraa, Sur les operateurs nilpotents d'ordre deux. [On second-order nilpotent operators] Peter Semrl
References For Orlicz References for the biography of wladyslaw orlicz L Maligranda, wladyslaw orlicz (19031990) - his life and contribution to mathematics (Polish), In wladyslaw W Matuszewska, wladyslaw orlicz http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Orlicz.html
Extractions: J Albrycht, Speech delivered at the graduation ceremony on honorary membership of W. Orlicz (Polish), Wiadom. Mat. W Jankowski, On the scientific activity of Professor W. Orlicz (Polish), Wiadom. Mat. L Maligranda, Wladyslaw Orlicz (1903-1990) - his life and contribution to mathematics (Polish), In: Wladyslaw Orlicz (1903-1990) - Founder of the Poznan School of Mathematics, Poznan L Maligranda and W Matuszewska, A survey of Wladyslaw Orlicz's scientific work, In: Wladyslaw Orlicz Collected Papers , (Warsaw 1988) xv-liv. L Maligranda and L E Persson, Wladyslaw Orlicz (1903-1990), Notices Amer. Math. Soc. L Maligranda and W Wnuk, Wladyslaw Orlicz(1903-1990) (Polish), Nauka Polska L Maligranda and W Wnuk, Wladyslaw Orlicz: his life and contributions to mathematics, In: Function Spaces (New York-Basel 2000), 23-29.
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Orlicz Biography of wladyslaw orlicz (19031990) wladyslaw orlicz. Born 24 May 1903 in Okocim, Galicia, Austria-Hungary (now Poland) wladyslaw Roman orlicz was born in Okocim, a village near Cracow http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Orlicz.html
Extractions: Wladyslaw Roman Orlicz Stefan Banach Hugo Steinhaus and Antoni Lomnicki as teachers. From 1922 to 1929 he worked as a teaching assistent at the Department of Mathematics of Jan Kazimierz University in Lvov. In 1928 he wrote his doctoral thesis Some problems in the theory of orthogonal series under the supervision of Eustachy Zylinski. In the same year he married Zofia Krzysik. In the late twenties and early thirties Orlicz worked as a teacher in private secondary schools and in a military school. Studia Mathematica in 1930 and 1931. Their results became a starting point for Orlicz to consider and investigate in 1932 and 1936 function spaces more general than L p spaces which later on became known as Orlicz spaces It should be emphasized that from the functional analysis point of view (that is, as function spaces) Orlicz spaces appeared for the first time in 1932 in Orlicz's paper:
The Mathematics Genealogy Project - Wladyslaw Orlicz wladyslaw Roman orlicz Ph.D. University of Lwów 1928. According to our current online database, wladyslaw orlicz has 39 students and 93 descendants. http://www.genealogy.ams.org/html/id.phtml?id=51907
AMCA: Conferences The wladyslaw orlicz Centenary Conference and Function Spaces VII. July 2125, 2003. Poznan, Poland. Mathematics. Host Adam Mickiewicz http://at.yorku.ca/cgi-bin/amca-calendar/d/facj38
Extractions: The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznañ, Poland, is organizing in July 21 - 25, 2003 the international conference dedicated to Wladyslaw Orlicz on the occasion of his birthday centenary. This conference will be joined with the conference on Function Spaces VII which will take place at the same time as afternoon sessions. Date received: March 24, 2003 Atlas Mathematical Conference Abstracts