Dmitrii Konstantinovich Faddeev

Faddeev, Dmitrii Konstantinovich

 

Born June 17 (30), 1907, in the city of Iukhnov, in what is now Kaluga Oblast. Soviet mathematician. Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1964).

Faddeev graduated from Leningrad University in 1928 and was made a professor at the university in 1944. In 1940 he became affiliated with the Leningrad Division of the V. A. Steklov Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Faddeev’s principal works deal with number theory, algebra, the theory of homology groups, and computer mathematics. He has been awarded the Order of Lenin, the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, and various medals.

WORKS

“Teoriia gomologii v gruppakh,” parts 1–2. Vestnik LGU: 1956, no. 7 (Ser. matematiki, mekhaniki i astronomii, issue 2), pp. 3–39; 1959, no. 7, (Ser. matematiki, mekhaniki i astronomii, issue 2), pp. 72–87. (WithZ.I. Borevich.)
Tablitsy osnovnykh unitarnykh predstavlenii fedorovskikh grupp. Moscow-Leningrad, 1961.
Vychislitel’nye metody lineinoi algebry, 2nd ed. Moscow-Leningrad, 1963. (With V. N. Faddeeva.)
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Though the arts of peace were unknown to this fatal region, its forests were alive with men; its shades and glens rang with the sounds of martial music, and the echoes of its mountains threw back the laugh, or repeated the wanton cry, of many a gallant and reckless youth, as he hurried by them, in the noontide of his spirits, to slumber in a long night of forgetfulness.
The final echoes of Alice Pyncheon's performance (or Clifford's, if his we must consider it) were driven away by no less vulgar a dissonance than the ringing of the shop-bell.
Dimmesdale's outcry, and interpreted it, with its multitudinous echoes and reverberations, as the clamour of the fiends and night-hags, with whom she was well known to make excursions in the forest.
I had wandered into it at noontime, when all nature is peculiarly quiet, and was startled by the roar of my own gun, as it broke the Sabbath stillness around and was prolonged and reverberated by the angry echoes.
While his one live leg made lively echoes along the deck, every stroke of his dead limb sounded like a coffin-tap.
Quite apart from her own troubles she was boiling over with a general sense of the injustice of it, and she told what she thought of the packers, and what she thought of a world where such things were allowed to happen; and then, while the echoes of the hall rang with the shock of her terrible voice, she sat down again and fanned herself, and the meeting gathered itself together and proceeded to discuss the election of a recording secretary.
The light shines only on a small space around her; therefore, she needs must yearn towards the unknown; and the voices and shadowy movings which come to her from out the cloudy pillar of inspiration have each one echoes and answers in her own expecting nature.
The queen's guards fell into line, and she and they marched away, with their torch-bearers, and woke the echoes of the cavernous tunnels with the measured beat of their retreating footfalls.
A very cold BZZZZZZZZEEE accompanied the storm, and made our position far from pleasant; and presently came a flash of BLITZEN, apparently in the middle of our little party, with an instantaneous clap of YOKKY, sounding like a large gun fired close to our ears; the effect was startling; but in a few seconds our attention was fixed by the roaring echoes of the thunder against the tremendous mountains which completely surrounded us.
He sat down by her and put his arms around her; she buried her face in his bosom, she clung to him, she poured out her terrors, her unavailing regrets, and the far echoes turned them all to jeering laughter.
It was a cool spot, staid but cheerful, a wonderful place for echoes, and a very harbour from the raging streets.
Every room above, and every cask in the wine-merchant's cellars below, appeared to have a separate peal of echoes of its own.