Arnaud Denjoy

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Arnaud Denjoy
Born (1884-01-05)5 January 1884
Auch, Gers
Died 21 January 1974(1974-01-21) (aged 90)
Nationality French
Fields Mathematics
Institutions École Normale Supérieure
University of Paris
Alma mater École Normale Supérieure
Doctoral advisor René-Louis Baire
Doctoral students Gustave Choquet
Ernest Corominas
Charles Pisot
Badri Nath Prasad
Known for Denjoy integral
Notable awards Lomonosov Gold Medal (1970)

Arnaud Denjoy (French: [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. He was an atheist.[1]

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