Mark Naimark

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Mark Aronovich Naimark (Russian: Марк Ароно́вич Наймарк) (5 December 1909 – 30 December 1978) was a Soviet mathematician.

He was born in Odessa, Russian Empire (today's Ukraine) into a Jewish family and died in Moscow, USSR. He received his PhD in 1943 from the Steklov Institute of Mathematics; his doctoral advisor was Mark Krein. In 1962 he became professor in the Department of the Theory of Functions and Functional Analysis at the Steklov Mathematical Institute.

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Contributions that Naimark is known for include

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  • Unitary representations of the classical group (with I. M. Gelfand, 1950)
  • Linear Differential operators, 1954
  • Normed Rings, 1956
  • Linear Representations of the Lorentz Group, 1958
  • Theory of Group Representations, 1974

(all the above books were written in Russian)

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