Joseph Diestel

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Ph.D. The Catholic University of America 1968 UnitedStates
Dissertation: An Approach to the Theory of Orlicz Spaces of Lebesgue-Bochner Measurable Functions and to the Theory of Orlicz Spaces of Finitely Additive Vector-Valued Set Functions with Applications to the Representation of Multilinear Continuous Operators

Advisor: Victor Michael (Witold Bogdanowicz) Bogdan

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Abraham, PaulKent State University1993
Alexopoulos, JohnKent State University1992
Barcenas, DiomedesUniversidad Central, Caracas19981
Barton, ThomasKent State University1984
Belanger, AlainKent State University1986
Braga, BrunoKent State University2013
Bu, QingyingKent State University20022
Cardassi, CarmenUniversidade de São Paulo19861
Chalmers, JamesKent State University2001
Connor, JefferyKent State University19851
Creekmore, III, JosephKent State University1980
Curbera, GuillermoUniversidad de Sevilla19922
Dekock, MienieKent State University2010
Dowling, PatrickKent State University1986
Faires, BarbaraKent State University1974
Ghaim, BerhaneKent State University2003
Lennard, ChristopherKent State University19889
Maepa, SalthielUniversity of Pretoria2002
Morrison, TerryKent State University1976
Puglisi, DanieleUniversità degli Studi di Napoli Federico II 2008
Rajappa, A.Kent State University1985
Riel, ZachariahKent State University2016
Romero, CarmenUniversidad de Sevilla1996
Saluzzo, GiuseppeUniversità di Catania2005
Seifert, CharlesKent State University1976
Sprague, EmilyKent State University2003
Stehle, StephenKent State University1981
van Zyl, GustiUniversity of Pretoria2009
Venter, RudolfUniversity of Pretoria2010

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