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

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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Al-Dukair, FawziUniversity of California, Los Angeles1981
Bowman, DouglasUniversity of California, Los Angeles19933
Brenner, CharlesUniversity of California, Los Angeles1984
Cantor, DavidUniversity of California, Los Angeles19609
Chaderjian, AnieUniversity of California, Los Angeles1992
Clayton, RichardUniversity of California, Los Angeles1987
Cooke, ArthurUniversity of California, Los Angeles1966
Darwin, SophiaUniversity of California, Los Angeles1992
Eggan, PeterUniversity of California, Los Angeles1985
Friedlander, RichardUniversity of California, Los Angeles1972
Gurak, StanleyUniversity of California, Los Angeles1975
Guralnick, RobertUniversity of California, Los Angeles197711
Houten, LorneUniversity of California, Los Angeles1967
Hughes, KimballUniversity of California, Los Angeles1980
Joseph, KeithUniversity of California, Los Angeles1969
Kendig, KeithUniversity of California, Los Angeles1965
Mcintosh, RichardUniversity of California, Los Angeles1989
Miller, MichaelUniversity of California, Los Angeles1974
Miller, RobertUniversity of California, Los Angeles1977
Mohanty, ShreedharaUniversity of California, Los Angeles19716
Ono, KenUniversity of California, Los Angeles199331
Robins, SinaiUniversity of California, Los Angeles19916
Rudman, RonaldUniversity of California, Los Angeles1971
Saidi, SamiraUniversity of California, Los Angeles1988
Strauss, FrederickUniversity of California, Los Angeles1964
Wayman Jr., ArthurUniversity of California, Los Angeles1975

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