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Pyotr V., Russian dermatologist, 1858-1940. See: Nikolsky sign.
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Nikol'skii YN, Castillo-Alvarez M, Bakhlaeva OS, Gama-Castro J, Landeros-Sanchez C (2010) Assessing the effect of possible global climate changes on the fertility of Mexican soils and the prediction of crop yields.
This problem is placed in the textbook (Nikol'skii, Potapov, Reshetnikov & Shevkin, 2009) in the section 'The application of the derivative'.
This is an English translation of Nikol'skii's article "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" originally published in Russian in 2010.
(35) Vsemirnaia in 1874 printed a full page picture of the Nikol'skii Market, famous for its profusion of hawkers and cheap goods, including books.
For this aim, the following lemma will be helpful, which has been inspired by Nikol'skii's inequality; see [20, pp.
Nikol'skii, "Khristianstvo sredi chuvash Srednego Povolzh'ia v XVI-XVIII vekakh: Istoricheskii ocherk," Izvestiia obshchestva arkheologii, istorii i etnografii pri Imperatorskom Kazanskom universitete 28 (1912): 1-416; Chantal Lermercier-Quelquejay, "Les missions orthodoxes en pays musulmans de moyenne-et basse-Volga 1552-1865," Cahiers du monde russe 8:4 (1967): 369-403.
In section 5, we consider Nikol'skii and Besov classes and discuss embedding theorems between these classes and the Besov-Nikol'skii class.
In the early twentieth century other clubs such as the Nikol'skii, the Koenig, and the British Sports Club flourished briefly; and in 1916 the Thornton Factory Sports Club (founded two years earlier by the British owners but with Russian players) began to play soccer on the Embankment the Right Bank.
The biggest block of flats on the Arbat was between Nikol'skii and Denezhnyi Lanes, these days they are called Plotnikov Lane and Vesnin Street--three eight-storey buildings, standing closely one behind the other, the facade of the first one decorated with white glazed tiles.
Examples of inequalities type of (1.8) and (1.9) for the polynomials we can indicate the investigations by Nikol'skii [21], Mamedhanov [19], Milovanovic et al.[20], Abdullayev et al.
From the 1920s to the first half of the 1940s, they included Danilin (1878-1945), Chesnokov (1877-1944), and Nikol'skii (1874-1943), with whom future leaders of the All-Russian Choral Society trained, and from whom they adopted the Synodal School's greatest attainments.
Nikol'skii. A Treatise on the Shift Operator, Springer, Berlin, 1986.