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Abram Samotlovitch Besicovitch

@inproceedings{BESICOVITCH2006AbramSB,
  title={Abram Samotlovitch Besicovitch},
  author={SAMOTLOVITCH BESICOVITCH and T. Burkill and R. Davies},
  year={2006}
}
Many British mathematicians owe a great deal to A. S. Besicovitch. Several of these—H. Burkill, R. O. Davies, H. G. Eggleston, W. K. Hayman, J. M. Marstrand— have contributed to this notice, which also incorporates large sections from the biographical memoir [Bl] written by J. C. Burkill. Besicovitch was an exceptionally open-minded mathematician, and it was this readiness to consider all possible alternatives which made his contributions to mathematics characteristically surprising. When… Expand

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