Russian Mathematics (Iz. VUZ)
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This journal is intended by the Russian Ministry of Higher Education to be the bellwether periodical source of mathematics research results in universities and other schools of higher education throughout the Former Soviet Union. It emanates understandably from the seat of one of the great schools of mathematics in Russia, founded at Kazan University by the famous Russian mathematician Nikolai Lobachevsky. Russian Mathematics (Iz. VUZ) publishes articles in almost all areas of pure and applied mathematics. Recent issues have contained articles on the following subjects: Algebra, Differential geometry, Topology, Nonlinear analysis, Functional analysis, Differential equations, Linear ill-posed problems, Mathematical logic and theory of algorithms, Group theory, Mathematical physics, Nonlinear integral equations, Boundary value problems, Optimization problems, Mathematical problems of mechanics, Theory of probability, Stochastic spaces, measures and algebra, Graphs and networks, Game theory, Set theory, Matrix theory. Within each volume there usually are a few issues devoted to special topics. Sometimes there is coverage of a particular topic in issues of several successive volumes. Recent thematic issues have been devoted to topological characteristics of nonlinear maps, differential and functional-differential equations, geometry of generalized spaces, problems of optimization and theory of mathematical programming, algorithmic and numerical analysis of ill-posed problems, pseudovarieties of algebraic systems, and mathematical models and numerical methods.
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