Valery Ivanovich Glivenko (Ukrainian: Вале́рій Іва́нович Гливе́нко, Russian: Вале́рий Ива́нович Гливе́нко; born 21 December 1896 (Gregorian calendar) / 2 January 1897 (Julian calendar) in Kiev, died 15 February 1940 in Moscow) was a Ukrainian Soviet mathematician. He worked in foundations of mathematics, real analysis, probability theory, and mathematical statistics. He taught at Moscow Industrial Pedagogical Institute until his death at age 43.
- which was later merged with the Moscow Pedagogical Institute, now Moscow State Pedagogical University
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