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Vladimir Viktorovich Aleksandrov
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Aleksandr Aleksandrov was born in 1912 in Volyn village, Ryazan Oblast . Aleksandrov wrote a multitude of books, scientific papers, textbooks fo. . He graduated from the Department of Physics of Leningrad State University. His advisors there were Vladimir Fock, a physicist, and Boris Delaunay, a mathematician. In 1933 Aleksandrov worked at the State Optical Institute (GOI) and at the same time gave lectures at the Department of Mathematics and Mechanics of the University. Aleksandrov wrote a multitude of books, scientific papers, textbooks for various levels (schools to universities). He also wrote non-mathematical papers, memoirs about famous scientists, and philosophical essays dealing with the moral values of science.

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