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On Joint Work with Harry Dym

  • Israel Gohberg

Abstract

I immigrated with my family to Israel at the end of July 1974. In the beginning we studied Hebrew very intensively. I also started to look for work in Israeli institutions of higher education; very soon I received an offer from the Tel-Aviv University which I decided to accept. In March 1975 I was invited by the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Professor S. Karlin, to take a part time position at the Weizmann Institute of Science. I accepted this position and started working there two days a week. The Pure Mathematics Department in the Weizmann Institute of Science was very small; apart from S. Karlin the Dean, Harry Dym and Yakar Kannai were the only senior researchers. There was also a group of doctoral students. I started to lecture different courses in advanced operator theory and applications.

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Joint Work Weizmann Institute Maximum Entropy Principle Partial Index Completion Problem 
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