A. S. Markus

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We show that, under certain conditions, Birkhoff’s theorem on doubly stochastic matrices remains valid for countable families of discrete probability spaces which have nonempty intersections. Using this result, we study the relation between the spectrum of a self-adjoint operator A and its multidimensional numerical range. It turns out that the(More)
The ability to count and calculate is a human-specific skill comprised of understanding numeric values and categories and performing numerical operations; it is an acoustic-verbal symbolic activity that may be expressed in writing and understood by reading. The neuronal bases and precursors of cognitive systems have been supplied to mankind by the process(More)
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