Basil Gordon

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Ph.D. California Institute of Technology 1956 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Some Tauberian Theorems Connected with the Prime Number Theorem

Advisor: Tom M. (Mike) Apostol

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Fawzi Al-DukairUniversity of California, Los Angeles1981
Douglas BowmanUniversity of California, Los Angeles19933
Charles BrennerUniversity of California, Los Angeles1984
David CantorUniversity of California, Los Angeles19609
Anie ChaderjianUniversity of California, Los Angeles1992
Richard ClaytonUniversity of California, Los Angeles1987
Arthur CookeUniversity of California, Los Angeles1966
Sophia DarwinUniversity of California, Los Angeles1992
Peter EgganUniversity of California, Los Angeles1985
Richard FriedlanderUniversity of California, Los Angeles1972
Stanley GurakUniversity of California, Los Angeles1975
Robert GuralnickUniversity of California, Los Angeles197710
Lorne HoutenUniversity of California, Los Angeles1967
Kimball HughesUniversity of California, Los Angeles1980
Keith JosephUniversity of California, Los Angeles1969
Keith KendigUniversity of California, Los Angeles1965
Richard McintoshUniversity of California, Los Angeles1989
Michael MillerUniversity of California, Los Angeles1974
Robert MillerUniversity of California, Los Angeles1977
Shreedhara MohantyUniversity of California, Los Angeles19715
Ken OnoUniversity of California, Los Angeles199325
Sinai RobinsUniversity of California, Los Angeles19916
Ronald RudmanUniversity of California, Los Angeles1971
Samira SaidiUniversity of California, Los Angeles1988
Frederick StraussUniversity of California, Los Angeles1964
Arthur Wayman Jr.University of California, Los Angeles1975

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