Danuta PrzeworskaRolewicz
Danuta PrzeworskaRolewicz, Polish mathematician, educator. Recipient S. Banach prize, Polish Mathematics Society, 1968, prize of Science, Secretary of Polish Academy of Sciences, 1972, prize, Polish Academy of Sciences and Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, 1979, Warsaw Uprising Cross, 1982, Gold Cross of Merit, 1985. Fellow: American Mathematics Society, Polish Mathematics Society.
Background
PrzeworskaRolewicz, Danuta was born on May 25, 1931 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Stefan and Janina (Rosen) Przeworska.
Education
Career
 From assistant to lecturer Technology University Warsaw, 19541961. From lecturer to professor Institute of Mathematics Polish Academy of Sciences, since 1960.
Works
 Logarithms and Antilogarithms: An Algebraic Analysis Approach (Mathematics and Its Applications)
 This volume proposes and explores a new definition of logarithmic mappings as invertible selectors of multifunctions induced by linear operators with domains and ranges in an algebra over a field of characteristic zero.
 Logarithms and Antilogarithms: An Algebraic Analysis Approach (Mathematics and Its Applications)
 This volume proposes and explores a new definition of logarithmic mappings as invertible selectors of multifunctions induced by linear operators with domains and ranges in an algebra over a field of characteristic zero.
 Equations with Transformed Argument: An Algebraic Approach (Modern Analytic and Computational Methods in Science and Mathematics)
 This book is devoted to those equations with transformed argument which can be solved by different applications of the method of algebraic operators, developed by the author from 1960.
 Algebraic Analysis (Mathematics and its Applications)
 Approach your problems from the right It isn't that they can't see the solution end and begin with the answers.
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