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By Anne Nivat, Susan Darnton

Author note: Susan Darnton (Translator)
Publish 12 months note: First released April fifth 2001

Two years in the past, whilst she was once thirty years previous, Anne Nivat determined to determine first-hand what warfare was once all approximately. Russia had simply introduced its moment brutal crusade opposed to Chechnya. And notwithstanding the Russians strictly forbade Westerners from overlaying the warfare, the aspiring French journalist made up our minds she might go.

There are very actual risks in Chechnya: being arrested by way of the Russians and being abducted by means of the Chechens. Nivat strapped her satellite tv for pc cell to her abdominal, disguised herself within the apparel of a Chechen peasant, and sneaked around the border. She came across a tender advisor, Islam, to steer her illegally during the conflict area. for 6 months they the battle, traveling with underground rebels and drowsing with Chechen households or in deserted structures. Anne trembled via air raids; walked via deserted killing fields; and helped within the halls of bloody hospitals. She interviewed insurgent leaders, govt officers, younger widows, and offended warring parties, and he or she said every little thing again to France. Her reviews in Libération ended in antiwar demonstrations open air the Russian embassy in Paris.

Anne's phrases circulation. they aren't florid, yet terse, cool, dramatic. greater than only a struggle correspondent's file, Chienne de Guerre is a relocating tale of fight and self-discovery—the adventures of 1 younger lady who many times exams her personal actual and mental limits within the tremendous harmful and demanding setting of struggle.

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M. Voronin. They studied the representations of functions on the germs of curves with cusps as the sums of smooth and holomorphic functions of coordinates. 8 The question how many such orbits can be in the algebraic case is far from being solved and is probably related to the question on limit cycles from Hilbert’s 16th problem (being its version for dynamical systems with discrete time). For example, consider an algebraic correspondence of bidegree (a, b) and genus g on an algebraic curve K of genus h (an algebraic curve of genus g in From Hilbert’s Superposition Problem to Dynamical Systems 29 values of the function over a period must be 0, otherwise you cannot decompose it.

However, in the third volume of collected works of Gel’fand there is a paper which is not by Gel’fand and where he is not even a coauthor. It’s my paper signed Arnold. I shall now explain what it is about and how it is related to my story. When Kolmogorov advised me to choose a problem myself, I wanted to choose something completely orthogonal to all the works of Kolmogorov. This was difficult, because he was working on so many subjects, but still I tried to invent my own problem. I had the list of Hilbert problems, written down one by one in my notebook.

Then, I usually consult the collected works of Klein and Poincar´e. In Klein’s Vorlesungen u¨ ber die Entwicklung der Mathematik im 19. Jahrhundert there’s a lot of information on what happened in the nineteenth century and before. Other books by Klein are also extremely informative. For instance, there you can find the articles by Emil Artin on continued fractions and on braid groups, and I think you can find there the 1918 article by Radon, which has never been published and which contains the first draft of the Berry phase theory.

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