# Valery Glivenko

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Valery Glivenko | |
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Born | (1896-12-21)December 21, 1896 |

Died | (1940-02-15)February 15, 1940 |

Alma mater | Moscow State University (1925) |

Academic advisors | Nikolai Luzin |

Valery Ivanovich Glivenko (Russian: Вале́рий Ива́нович Гливе́нко, Ukrainian: Валерій Іванович Гливенко; 2 January 1897 (Gregorian calendar) / 21 December 1896 (Julian calendar) in Kiev – 15 February 1940 in Moscow) was a Soviet mathematician.

He worked in foundations of mathematics, real analysis, probability theory, and mathematical statistics.

He taught at Moscow Industrial Pedagogical Institute until his death at age 43.

Most of Glivenko's work was published in French.

## See also

- Glivenko's double-negation translation
- Glivenko's theorem (probability theory)
- Glivenko–Cantelli theorem
- Glivenko–Stone theorem

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