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Arnaud Denjoy

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Nationality  France
Name  Arnaud Denjoy
Education  Ecole Normale Superieure
Doctoral advisor  Rene-Louis Baire
Known for  Denjoy integral
Role  Mathematician
Fields  Mathematics
Born  5 January 1884 Auch, Gers (1884-01-05)
Institutions  Ecole Normale Superieure University of Paris
Alma mater  Ecole Normale Superieure
Doctoral students  Gustave Choquet Ernest Corominas Charles Pisot Baij Prasad
Died  January 21, 1974, Paris, France
Notable awards  Lomonosov Gold Medal (1970)
People also search for  Rene-Louis Baire, Gustave Choquet, Ernest Corominas, Charles Pisot

Arnaud Denjoy ([dɑ̃ˈʒwa]; 1884–1974) was a French mathematician.

Denjoy was born in Auch, Gers. His contributions include work in harmonic analysis and differential equations. His integral was the first to be able to integrate all derivatives. Among his students is Gustave Choquet. He is also known for the more general broad Denjoy integral, or Khinchin integral.

Denjoy died in Paris in 1974.

References

Arnaud Denjoy Wikipedia


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