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Fyodor L. Zak (Russian: Федор Лазаревич Зак (born Moscow December 2, 1949) is a Russian mathematician working on mathematical economics and algebraic geometry who classified the Scorza varieties.
- Zak, F. L. (1993), Tangents and secants of algebraic varieties, Translations of Mathematical Monographs, 127, Providence, R.I.: American Mathematical Society, ISBN 978-0-8218-4585-1, MR 1234494
- Fedor Zak, Laboratory of Mathematical Economics, CEMI, Russian Academy of Sciences
- Chiantini, L.; Ciliberto, C. (2001), "Threefolds with degenerate secant variety: on a theorem of G. Scorza", Geometric and combinatorial aspects of commutative algebra (Messina, 1999), Lecture Notes in Pure and Appl. Math., 217, Dekker, New York, pp. 111–124, MR 1824221. See in particular p. 112.
- Holme, Audun; Roberts, Joel (1994), "Zak's theorem on superadditivity", Arkiv för Matematik, 32 (1): 99–120, doi:10.1007/BF02559525, MR 1277922
- Sierra, José Carlos (2011), "A remark on Zak's theorem on tangencies", Mathematical Research Letters, 18 (4): 783–789, doi:10.4310/MRL.2011.v18.n4.a15, MR 2831842
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