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Brief Summary of My Research Work / Simion Stoilow -- On Stoilow's Work and Its Influence / C. Andreian Cazacu and Themistocles M. Rassias -- Contributions to Stoilow's Theory of Riemann Coverings / C. Andreian Cazacu -- On the Link of Simultaneous Approximations to Vectorially Minimal Projections / Alexis Bacopoulos -- Schwarz Problem for Cauchy-Riemann Systems in Several Complex Variables / Heinrich Begehr and Abduhomid Dzhuraev -- Generalized Multivalued Variational Inequalities / H. Ben-El-Mechaiekh and George Isac -- On the Zorn Spaces in Beurling's Approach to the Riemann Hypothesis / H. Bercovici and Ciprian I. Foias -- Quasi Bounded Excessive Functions and Revuz Measures / Lucian Beznea and Nicu Boboc The goal of this book is to investigate further the interdisciplinary interaction between mathematical analysis and topology. It provides an attempt to study various approaches in the topological applications and influence to function theory, calculus of variations, functional analysis and approximation theory in the spirit of the work of S. Stoilow
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Simion Stoilow or Stoilov (14 September [O.S. 2 September] 1873 – 4 April 1961) was a Romanian mathematician, creator of the Romanian school of complex analysis, and author of over 100 publications.