User talk:Daniele.tampieri

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Extensive TeXification, etc

Hi. Thank you for your contributions. And just a few notes about style. First, putting too much TeX and replacing HTML with TeX is not always a good idea. Per the math style manual, inline formulas better be left as HTML, so ''x''<sup>2</sup> or $x^2$ are better than $x^2\,$.

Also, and more importantly, if there is a formula at the end of sentence, one should put a period (.) at the end of that formula, it signifies that the sentence is over.

These are small things, but I thought I'd let you know. You can reply here if you have comments. Thanks. Oleg Alexandrov (talk) 15:55, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

== Logic/Model theory definition ==

should be
 == Logic/Model theory definition ==

Chers, Oleg Alexandrov (talk) 15:56, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

Not sure I understood all of it, but it all sounds fine. WP:EL is the relevant guideline. Good luck. - crz crztalk 22:39, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

Hi. I noticed you had added a link to milstd.net. That site has been systematically spamming Wikipedia using what I suspect are open proxies. I know you're not a spammer, but I thought you'd want to know. Perhaps there's another, more Wikipedia-friendly site you could use. Thanks, --A. B. (talk) 15:42, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
PS Thanks for all your work on electronics-related articles.

Messy and illegible notation

I think this edit is unfortuanate. You wrote:

${\displaystyle p(x)}$K${\displaystyle [x]}$,

rather than either

${\displaystyle p(x)\in \mathbf {K} [x],}$

or perhaps

${\displaystyle p(x)}$K${\displaystyle [x]}$

(with suitable spacing).

Moreover, as I think Oleg Alexandrov already pointed out to you, although "displayed" TeX looks very good on Wikipedia, "inline" TeX often looks terrible. Michael Hardy 21:57, 19 January 2007 (UTC)

Hello, and first of all thank you for your advices. Regarding the notation for the vector space of polynomials (which is also a ring and thus an algebra) common practice requires
${\displaystyle p(x)\in \mathbb {K} [x],}$
but as you (and Oleg) already pointed out "inline" TeX looks very often bad, so I tried (unsuccesfully) to arrange an inline notation giving the same flavor of the standard. I think that a solution could be to give the same information on the same line of the formula below, to enhance clarity and aesthetics: please check. :) Daniele.tampieri 22:56, 19 January 2007 (UTC)

Re: \scriptstyle

Question about \scriptstyle use discipline in mathematical typing.

I replied on my talk page. Oleg Alexandrov (talk) 20:07, 3 February 2007 (UTC)

BV functions

Hi. I see you did expand quite a bit the bounded variation article. If you would like to write more on BV functions in n-dimensions, note the following article on PlanetMath: BV function. That stuff can be copied legally to Wikipedia (see our WP:PMEX project), and we have a tool which can easily convert things to Wikipedia format (you would need the article id to use the tool, which you can see in the URL of that article, id=6969).

So, I wonder if you are interested in expanding bounded variation with that material. I can help along the way with formatting and stuff (I know about BV functions also, but not a whole lot). You can reply here in either case (I will keep this page on my watchlist). Oleg Alexandrov (talk) 02:45, 5 February 2007 (UTC)

Hi, Oleg. Yes, I am interested in expanding Bounded variation with the article on PlanetMath BV function: as you can see I added an external link to that page some times ago. Of course, I would like to add more from other references (mainly from Giusti and Hudjaev and Vol'pert books, since they are "richer" both from the theory and applications point of view), and of course I would be glad if you decide to help me enriching this voice: recently I edited the Germ voice with Nbarth, and he helped me a lot showing me the deep sheaf theoretic aspect of the subject. Now I am at work, so I cannot show you the details of the plan of the voice that I have in mind, but later I'll write you something on your talk page. :) Daniele.tampieri 13:07, 5 February 2007 (UTC)
Great. Thank you for your work on math articles. If you need anything, just let me know. I have bounded variation on my watchlist and I will keep an eye on what you are doing there. :) Cheers, Oleg Alexandrov (talk) 15:52, 5 February 2007 (UTC)

Everyone interested can see the proposed voice layout and further discussion Daniele.tampieri 07:41, 7 February 2007 (UTC)

And also the talk page related to the voice has contains some information. Daniele.tampieri 16:25, 11 March 2007 (UTC)

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Hi: I just wanted to let you know that I am incredibly impressed by your article on the Signorini problem. It's fascinating reading. Cheers, RayTalk 05:12, 14 June 2009 (UTC)

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Copernicus at Bologna

Thanks for the beautiful photos. They were much needed, to provide a concrete connection for Copernicus with Italy. I missed seeing the house and plaque when I visited Bologna. Thanks! Nihil novi (talk) 21:15, 16 May 2010 (UTC)

You are welcome: I walk along that way almost weekly, so I thought it was nice to add some pics to the English Wikipedia entry about Copernicus. Daniele.tampieri (talk) 19:11, 17 May 2010 (UTC)
I've had similar experiences of going for a walk and returning with photos of historically or culturally interesting sites that I've encountered. You're fortunate to live in a beautiful city in a beautiful country. Nihil novi (talk) 06:48, 18 May 2010 (UTC)

Mihlin/Mikhlin

Suits me fine. It makes sense for the transliteration to match that of his Wikipedia biography page. Thanks for the heads-up, nonetheless. :-) (By the way, not that it matters, but I think that as well as Stein, Grafakos uses the "Mihlin" transliteration in his books, though I don't have my copy to hand to check...) Tcnuk (talk) 14:26, 13 June 2010 (UTC)

Probably even Grafakos refers mainly to the English translation of (Mikhlin 1948) where the transliteration is "Mihlin" (or at least I think so... since I haven't a copy of the translated paper :D).Daniele.tampieri (talk) 14:42, 13 June 2010 (UTC)

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Bounded variation --> lp spaces

Bug corretto, grazie per la segnalazione! -- Basilicofresco (msg) 05:53, 31 August 2010 (UTC)

Saw the discussion at SunCountryGuy's talkpage; naw, redlinks are not only fine but highly appreciated! It gives people hints on what to do, and shows anyone reading the article potential projects. I find it quite helpful :). Ironholds (talk) 15:13, 8 April 2011 (UTC)

Thank you very much: I'll wait SunCountryGuy's answer, if any, and then I'll restore the redlinks. After all, even the entry "Giovanni Battista Rizza was a redlink until yesterday evening. Daniele.tampieri (talk) 15:24, 8 April 2011 (UTC)
Well, I saw that the answers of Jessy show rationality and a tentative insight, therefore I would like to discuss more the issues with him. Daniele.tampieri (talk) 17:53, 8 April 2011 (UTC)
His answers are quite simply wrong ;p. Our inclusion criteria for scientists, theorists and academics such as Lucilla Bassoti include "has won a prestigious award" - which she has. Ironholds (talk) 19:14, 8 April 2011 (UTC)
Hello, Daniele.tampieri. You have new messages at SunCountryGuy01's talk page.
You can remove this notice at any time by removing the {{Talkback}} or {{Tb}} template.
I too saw your message on SunCountryGuy's talkpage and it seems to me that nobody has pointed you to the relevant guideline yet, which is Wikipedia:Red link. If they have already and I wasn't paying enough attention, please disregard my message... Salvio Let's talk about it! 15:31, 9 April 2011 (UTC)

Hi

Sorry I hastily deleted it :( (didn't think about it). My name is Christos chatzifountas . The case i wrote is not the one dimensional it merely uses one dimensional BMO on the circle to define the BMOH on the disc (thus the change from I to D in H(D)). The point is that currently the research is centered on analytic and harmonic hardy spaces, and when you use the term "Hardy space" you usualy mean the analytic Hardy space in the disc or in the plane (one can use the one or the other and with some care the results are interchangeable) so i changed the one that used Feferman's notation to the more current "real valued harmonic Hardy spaces".The rest of the notation about BMO is used "as is". Also i plan to put something about the VMOA, the dual of H^1(D) (or H^1(R^2_+)). Thank you for correcting the entries and if you find something ambiguous please do it again :)

I added at the end Daniel' notes they are pretty advanced and cover pretty much everything in the subject. Of course there are other applications of bmo (in probability theory and PDES) and if you want to take a look there are references there. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Palepson (talkcontribs) 08:56, 12 April 2011 (UTC)

Invitation to take part in a pilot study

I am a Wikipedian, who is studying the phenomenon on Wikipedia. I need your help to conduct my research on about understanding "Motivation of Wikipedia contributors." I would like to invite you to a short survey. Please give me your valuable time, which estimates only 5 minutes’’’. cooldenny (talk) 17:52, 14 April 2011 (UTC)

Done. :D Daniele.tampieri (talk) 17:59, 14 April 2011 (UTC)

Looks good. :) Good catch. --User:Woohookitty Disamming fool! 12:10, 8 July 2011 (UTC)

File:Enzo Martinelli.jpg

is {{PD-Italy}}, thus if you have a higher-resolution version of it, please upload. Materialscientist (talk) 09:57, 14 August 2011 (UTC)

author field at template:mactutor

Hi,

thanks, Sasha (talk) 15:16, 14 December 2011 (UTC)

No, it apparently didn't attract anyone's attention. However, I did not solicit anyone for an answer: are you interested in it? You are welcome, Daniele.tampieri (talk) 16:30, 14 December 2011 (UTC)
I was looking for the author field (to give proper credit to Maligranda at Torsten Carleman), and then I saw your proposal. So I guess we are now 2 in favour (with no-one opposed), this is consensus, right? Sasha (talk) 16:47, 14 December 2011 (UTC)

I think it is so, and I also think that there are other ones that would like to use such a feature: after all, even if O'Connor and Robertson wrote the major part of Mactutor bios, other authors contributed to the project, and a correct attribution is a nice thing, especially in Wikipedia. However, maybe it is a good idea to involve someone else, like Oleg Alexandrov, my favorite math admin, and ask for its advice. Please keep in contact with me if you need support. Best regards, Daniele.tampieri (talk) 17:43, 14 December 2011 (UTC)

I have left him a note. Best regards, Sasha (talk) 17:55, 14 December 2011 (UTC)
Following Oleg's suggestion Sasha (talk) 16:14, 15 December 2011 (UTC)
Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Mathematics#Template:Mactutor_once_again Sasha (talk) 23:38, 30 December 2011 (UTC)
 The Template Barnstar you are the Template Champion Sasha (talk) 21:27, 6 January 2012 (UTC)
Thank you very much for the barnstar Sasha: tomorrow we'll talk about the template and the entry about Shoshana Kamin. :-D Daniele.tampieri (talk) 21:46, 6 January 2012 (UTC)

Shoshana Kamin

Hi Daniele,

I have looked through the article about Shoshana Kamin, and one thing surprised me: why do you write "at the same time and independently of Olga Oleinik"? S.K. was a PhD student of Oleinik (see Susanna L'vovna Kamenomostskaya at the Mathematics Genealogy Project), so independently can hardly apply. Also, Rubinstein writes in several places that Oleinik generalised the results of S.K. (pp.11–12, 310).

Best, Sasha (talk) 01:48, 2 January 2012 (UTC)

Hi Sasha,
concerning my entry about Shoshana Kamin, I wrote that (almost surely wrong) statement probably due to the fact that I read too quickly and not carefully enough the sources I reported there and on the related entry about Olga Arsenievna Oleinik. As a matter of fact, I created the stub entry on S.K. in order to provide context for the O.O. entry on a notability basis, but then I "frozen" my contributions to the two entries without reviewing my writings carefully since
1. I am working on several topics other than biographies, more interesting and much needed for my professional improvement,
2. I am still learning the Russian language, and my level is still beyond the elementary level needed to read the original papers of S.K., O.O. and other related sources and, even if I own a copy of Rubinstein work, I decided to not continue my contribution until I am not able to review all sources (as you may have already guessed, I have a restricted access to the resources, including English translations of original works, normally available to academicians since I'm not an academician).
3. I wasn't able to find much material (especially surveys) related to S.K. biography or research/teaching work on the web.
These are the main reasons that probably caused the occurrence of that and other not completely correct/dead wrong statements in the main text of the entry :-D. If you would like to review and correct the entry, I'd be truly happy. At last, I want also to thank you for finding the {{MathGenealogy}} reference and the complete Russian name of S.K.: I'll surely add 'em to the entry and correct the imprecise statement you found, when I'll have some time. Best,Daniele.tampieri (talk) 13:09, 2 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Daniele,
I did not mean to criticise you, just to make sure I read the sources properly myself (since you wrote this at two places). Though I am a native Russian speaker and do have access to some of the resources, I did not manage to find good sources either (even for what I am almost sure is true, e.g. that she is the daughter of the Habima actress Hava Eidelman).
Best regards,
Sasha (talk) 15:33, 2 January 2012 (UTC)
PS your talk page is on my watchlist (from our previous correspondence), so you do not have to leave talkback messages.
Hi Sasha,
please do not worry, I did not feel criticized, at least in a non-constructive way: I'm just an electronics engineer so I'm used to analyze my design choices in an articulated way, to understand the reasons of success and failure. ;-D :-D :-D :-D You are welcome!
You helped me a lot with my proposal on the {{MacTutor}} template (did you notice that I'm trying some solutions?), and I also like your contributions, especially the one on Mikhail Kadets, a scientist whose research on series on (Banach or Locally convex) vector spaces I appreciate very much.
Well, now let's go back to the Shoshana Kamin entry: you have done a nice work, but our problem is still that there are few sources about her biography on the web. A possible solution would be to consult the yearbooks of Tel-Aviv University, if this university publishes a yearbook: this is usually a reliable secondary source and refers of career steps and other academic events, interesting from a biographical point of view. At present I'm trying this solution to improve the biographical part of the Giovanni Battista Rizza entry: I wrote to the Rector of the Università di Parma to ask for the permission to consult their yearbook archives (this is the praxis I've chosen, even if the same series is freely accessible in several other libraries) and an expert librarian is now helping me in my search of published sources. Would it be possible to try this solution even for S,K.? All the Best, Daniele.tampieri (talk) 12:17, 3 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Daniele,
I will try to check about the yearbook.
Now, another question: are you sure about the first name? I was sure it is Сусанна; I did not find a good ref., but this text avout Felix Berezin agrees with me.
All the best, Sasha (talk) 15:20, 3 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Sasha,
I hope you'll succed in find something in the yearbook. Now the question: No, I'm not sure; the source you supplied is right (is it a reliable source according to WP:RS? Would it be possible to cite it? It seems to me that it contains also an article on Solomon Mikhlin used in the Russian Wiki). I first translitterated her name using grammar rules and obtained "Сусанна" but after a Google search I found out that this is not a common Russian name, therefore I decided to trust again on Google by using a machine translation. Lesson learned: trust grammar rules! :-D
Now I must justify other changes and I've done and also other peculiarities of my
1. WP:APPENDIX describes the standard structure of sections of a Wikipedia entry. I noticed this only a month ago, and found that almost all the entries I worked to were out of standard: from then onward I change the structure of the entries I am working to according to this policy.
2. as you surely noted, I use heavily the {{citation}} template, since as you can see in the WP:CT page, you can cite all kind of sources using this template, and also it helps me very much when the source has a non standard structure, i.e. it is published in series, is a paper in a series of proceedings, collection or other.
3. I do not usually fold the fields of the template (I keep them vertically aligned) since it saves me and other occasional editors time when adding some detail to sources. However this is largely a matter of taste, and of course it is not a rule.
4. I expand a little bit the content of the footnotes, if possible, but this is again a matter of taste, and again it is not a rule.
If you find disturbing my edit habits, please tell me and I'll do all the best I can to improve it. :-D
Now back to the Shoshana Kamin entry: if your search in the yearbook will be successful and you'll be able to find more biographical details, we can put in the entry a {{Infobox scientist}} template. Maybe you would like to use it in the entries about scientists you created: someone do not like it, but I think it lets you give a quick and informative look on the contents of a bio entry. Well, that's all for now. I hope I have not annoyed you too much! :-D Daniele.tampieri (talk) 16:51, 3 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Daniele,
I never had the patience to read WP:APPENDIX, but I will do my best to follow your conventions (although I apologise in advance, Michael Hardy had to work for half a year before I learned the difference between ndash, -, and minus:).
The problem with these sources is that I think Tikhomirov (as well as Milman) wrote from memory. There is a paper of S.K. dated 1973 with TAU affiliation (her last paper with the name Kamenomostskaya), it is more reliable for chronology. Except for that (and the yearbook which I will try to check), I do not have good ideas for secondary sources.
this contains some information about Hava Eidelman (I can translate it for you), but the connection to S.K. is not mentioned there.
Best regards, Sasha (talk) 22:23, 3 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Sasha,
after solving the {{MacTutor}} template problem, we can talk about our Shoshana Kamin entry: first of all, I think it would be not useful to translate the link you found now, since it does not specify the relationship about H.E. and S.K.: maybe it will be a nice source of information in later stages of our development, if we get other sources confirming their family tie. Now I have a few questions:
1. Is its 1973 paper the one he published in the Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis? Otherwise do you have a PDF copy of it? I would be interesting to cite it, even just to have a source which confirms her name change.
2. I would like to place in the "Pubblications" sections more references to her work, basing on the works by Rădulescu and Vázquez: in particular I would like to cite its 1975 Archive paper and the other one Vázquez acknowledges as fundamental in the theory of the porous medium equation. Did you think it could be a good idea? I'd also would like to read more of Rădulescu, in order to detail more of her work on other topics by citing other papers.
Now I have a question about another entry I am working to, the one about Aizik Isaakovich Vol'pert. Do you think that if I write to the Technion library asking for infos about him published in their yearbook I'll get an answer? I asked to his son Vladimir and Vitaly to write a review about him, but they are very busy and the haven't been able to write and publish such a paper (and I also suspect it would be difficult to find a journal interested in publishing it), therefore it would be nice to find other biographical sources. All the best, Daniele.tampieri (talk) 13:18, 7 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Daniele,
1. the paper you found is better, it indeed confirms the name change. I saw the one in Isr. Journal, "The asymptotic behavior of the solution of the filtration equation", I can send you the PDF.
2. why not?
3. you can try. I have not found the old yearbooks in the Tel Aviv library catalogue (perhaps it is better to write them too). Also you can try contacting one of the organisers of the Volpert conference. I will also look for some sources.
Best, Sasha (talk) 20:28, 7 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Sasha,
if you can send me the PDF of her paper in the Israel Journal of mathematics, I'll surely cite it and other papers marked as fundamental by Rădulescu and Vázquez: I'll also contact the library of Tel-Aviv University and of the Technion in order to check for availability of yearbook informations about the two scientists. I must say I have already asked to the organizers of the conference, but they had no useful (i.e. Wikipedia verifiable) data on him: they kindly passed my request to the Vol'pert brothers, who anyway were already contacted by me. However, you can try, and as usual any nice addition to the entry is welcome! Daniele.tampieri (talk) 18:25, 8 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Daniele,
sorry for not responding for a while, I have to finish some work. I will be back soon.
Sasha (talk) 20:16, 24 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Sasha,
do not worry. It is nice to be a Wikipedian, but real life need always our full attention and commitment. You'll answer when you'll have time to do so, and Good Work. :-D Daniele.tampieri (talk) 21:06, 24 January 2012 (UTC)

Locally integrable function

 The Original Barnstar Hello Daniele Tampieri, I think you deserve this Barnstar for all your fine work (including the notes and precise references) on the article Locally integrable function. Schmock (talk) 17:16, 26 November 2012 (UTC)

Functional derivative

Regarding your edit summary "Changes per Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style_(mathematics)#Article_introduction: alphabetically ordered references. See talk page".[1] I looked at the Talk page for Functional derivative but didn't see anything from you.[2] I'm mainly concerned about the changes you made to the lead, which don't appear to be an improvement. --Bob K31416 (talk) 15:59, 24 February 2013 (UTC)

Hi Bob, sorry for forgetting to add a note about my edits on the Functional derivative talk page. I suddenly got busy on doing another more urgent (for me) task, and I completely forgot it: however, thanks to your reminder, I'm writing it now. I apologize beforehand for I'll not answer to your observations (if you have some) immediately. Best, Daniele.tampieri (talk) 16:56, 24 February 2013 (UTC)

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Hi Theo (could I call you so?). I've already noticed your previous messages, and I am working to get all the data from the owners. It will be a question of few more days, so please be patient. By the way would you like to check all the images I uploaded? I'm almost sure I've filled all the details, but a comprehensive check would be useful. :D Daniele.tampieri (talk) 07:41, 13 April 2013 (UTC)
Don't worry about it! All the images that you have upload have already been checked--this is the only one left. I appreciate your help! —Theopolisme (talk) 12:38, 13 April 2013 (UTC)

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Hi Theo, I have asked the details about authorship of that image to Vladimir Maz'ya and Tatyana Shaposhnikova: while they do not remember who did the photo, they own it. As I stated in the image page, they digitized it and I uploaded it to the English Wikipedia: yesterday I also submitted a new Declaration of consent for all enquiries in order to remove all copyright problems about it. I hope this would suffice, Daniele.tampieri (talk) 06:10, 23 April 2013 (UTC)
That's great; thanks. —Theopolisme (talk) 21:14, 23 April 2013 (UTC)

A.I.Volpert in Mathematical Chemistry

Dear Colleague, for your attention, I prepared (incomplete) bibliography of the works of A.I.Volpert in Math. Chemistry. The first paper has been very important for Russian Math. Chem. community but has been published in the preprint form only. The second paper about Quasi-equilibrium approximation (if we follow precisely the chemical kinetics terminology) had also great influence. The two series of papers, about bifurcation analysis and about waves (with some intersection between them) are seminal and very well known.

1. A.I. Volpert, "Qualitative methods of investigation of equations of chemical kinetics." Preprint, Inst. Chem. Phys., Chernogolovka (1976).
2. V.M. Vasiliev, A. I. Volpert, and S. I. Hudiaev. "On the method of quasi-stationary concentrations for chemical kinetics equations." Ž. Vych. Mat. Mat. Fyz 13.3 (1973): 683-697.
3. V.A. Volpert, A.I. Volpert, Convective instability of reaction fronts: linear stability analysis, European Journal of Applied Mathematics, 1998, Volume 9, Issue 5 (1998), 507-525.
4. V.A. Volpert, A.I. Volpert, Existence and stability of traveling waves in chemical kinetics, in Dynamics of Chemical and Biological Systems, Nauka, Novosibirsk, 1989, pp. 56-131.
5. V.A. Volpert, A.I. Volpert, AG Merzhanov, Analysis of nonunidimensional combustion modes by bifurcation theory methods, Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, vol. 263, no. 4, pp. 918-921, 1982
6. V.A. Volpert, A.I. Volpert, A.G. Merzhanov, "Application of the theory of bifurcations in study of the spinning combustion waves." In Doklady Akad. Nauk SSSR, vol. 262, pp. 642-645. 1982.
7. V.A. Volpert, A.I. Volpert, A.G. Merzhanov, "Application of the theory of bifurcations to the study of unsteady regimes of combustion." Fizika Goreniia i Vzryva 19 (1983): 69-72.

With best regards, Agor153 (talk) 23:18, 19 May 2013 (UTC)

Wonderful! Would it be possible for me to get a scanned copy of the 1976 preprint? You can contact me also privately by e-mail. Thank you very much! Daniele.tampieri (talk) 06:06, 20 May 2013 (UTC)
Unfortunately, I live very far from Russia and cannot find this preprint. It migh be possible that Prof Valery Bykov from Moscow can help you <vibykov@mail.ru>. He is a very kind person and you can contact him directly.Agor153 (talk) 10:11, 20 May 2013 (UTC)
PS. Do you read Russian (this preprint is in Russian)? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Agor153 (talkcontribs) 10:25, 20 May 2013 (UTC)
I'm learning Russian: I'm using an old but nice text specifically designed for scientist, titled "Il russo scientifico" (Scientific Russian), and I try to read original works mainly taken from the All-Russian Mathematical Portal. Thank you very much for Prof. Bikov's email. Daniele.tampieri (talk) 15:58, 20 May 2013 (UTC)

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Hi Ron: as the digitizer and uploader of the image, I've asked Prof. Rizza to fill a Declaration of consent for all enquiries and send it to me via e-mail. Please be patient: It's only a matter of a few weeks, since prof. Rizza is 89 and still very busy: I've not placed the {{OTRS pending}} since I haven't received the e-mail yet. Thank you very much for your help and patience. Daniele.tampieri (talk) 04:35, 2 August 2013 (UTC)
An update. Prof. Rizza still hasn't sent me the declaration of consent. If it is necessary to remove the image, do it: when I'll receive the e-mail with the proper permissions, I'll upload it again. Daniele.tampieri (talk) 06:53, 8 August 2013 (UTC)
An update II. I received a signed permission from Prof. Rizza and Prof. Bassotti and submitted a scan of it to the licensing guys: I hope it will suffice. Thank you to you all!  :-D Daniele.tampieri (talk) 05:11, 21 September 2013 (UTC)

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why, thank you for the unexpected barnstar, quite a thoughtful and encouraging thing! --Lockley (talk) 18:11, 24 July 2014 (UTC)

You deserve it: updating entries categorization is a really big and needed work. It makes Wikipedia more and more useful, so keep on working! ;-D Best, Daniele.tampieri (talk) 04:33, 25 July 2014 (UTC)

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