Victor Gustave Robin
Victor Gustave Robin (French: [ʁɔbɛ̃]; 17 May 1855 – 1897) was a French mathematical analyst and applied mathematician who lectured in mathematical physics at the Sorbonne in Paris and also worked in the area of thermodynamics. He is known especially for the Robin boundary condition. The French Academy of Sciences awarded him the Prix Francœur for 1893 and again for 1897 and the Prix Poncelet for 1895.
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- Gustafson, K., (1998). Domain Decomposition, Operator Trigonometry, Robin Condition, Contemporary Mathematics, 218. 432-437.
- "Science Prizes". The American Naturalist. 1894. p. 290.
- "Tableau des prix décernés. Année 1897". Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Académie des sciences, Janvier – Juin 1898. Tome 126. Paris: Gauthier-Villars. p. 165.
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