Evgenii Georgievich D'yakonov

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Evgenii Georgievich D'yakonov
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Prof. Evgenii Georgievich D'yakonov
Born July 2, 1935
Died August 11, 2006
Moscow, Russia
Occupation Mathematician
Known for spectrally equivalent preconditioning

Evgenii Georgievich D'yakonov (Russian: Евгений Георгиевич Дьяконов) (July 2, 1935 – August 11, 2006) was a Russian mathematician.

D'yakonov was a Ph.D. student of Sergei Sobolev. He worked at the Moscow State University. He authored over hundred papers and several books. D'yakonov was recognized for his pioneering work in the 60s–80s on efficient spectrally equivalent preconditioning for linear systems and eigenvalue problems. In the last decade, strengthened Sobolev spaces became D'yakonov's main topic of research, e.g., (D'yakonov, 2004).

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D'yakonov, E.G. (1996). Optimization in solving elliptic problems. CRC-Press. p. 592. ISBN 978-0-8493-2872-5. 

D'yakonov, E.G. (2004), "On spectral problems in energy spaces on composite manifolds with singular geometry of the blocks: I", DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 4 (7): 934–946, doi:10.1023/B:DIEQ.0000047024.18841.44 

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