Boukreev Boris Yakovlevich( mathematician)
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Biography Boukreev Boris Yakovlevich
Born in 1862. At the end of the course at the Faculty of Mathematics at Kiev University in 1883. on the university to prepare for the professoriate. From 1884 to 1886. taught geometry at the University for Women. In 1886, the masters handled serially testing, was promoted to a privatdocent in pure mathematics and in 1887, Mr.. admitted to lectures on the theory of functions. In the spring of 1887, . after defending Master's thesis "The expansion of transcendental functions to private decimals" (Kyiv University Izvestia, . 1886), . sent abroad, . where he studied the theory of functions in Fuchs and Weierstrass, . number theory in Kronecker, . mathematical physics at the Helmholtz, . Upon his return in 1889, Mr.. defended his doctoral thesis "On Fuchsian functions of rank zero with a symmetric key training ground" (Kyiv University Izvestia in 1889). Since 1889, Mr.. holds the chair of Pure Mathematics at the University of St. Vladimir. In 1898, Mr.. invited to teach higher mathematics at the chemical department of the Kiev Polytechnic Institute. Since 1906. is a professor of the Higher Women's Courses. Proceedings Bukreeva: "Analytical expressions for singlevalued functions" (Kyiv University Izvestia, . 1883  84); "Application of linear coordinates to finding the equations evolutes" (ib., . 1886), "On the distribution of zeros of a class of transcendental entire functions" ( "Mathematical Collection" for 1893, . t, . XVII); "On the maximum and minimum functions of two variables" ( "Mathematical Sbornik", t. XVI); "On some relations in the theory of Weierstrass elliptic functions" (Kyiv University Izvestia in 1893), "On certain special cases, the question of the maximum and minimum functions of three variables (" Matematicheskii Sbornik ", t. XX), "Some applications of the theorem of MittagLeffler (" Kyiv University Izvestia, . 1886), "Elements of the theory of surfaces" (Kiev, . 1900), "Elements of the theory of determinants" (Kiev, . 1907), "Introduction to the theory of series" (Kiev, . 1906), "The theory of irrational numbers in terms of G, . Cantor and E. Heine "(ib., 1911)," Elements of algebraic analysis "(ib., 1912) and others
