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Tadeusz Ważewski (24 September 1896 – 5 September 1972) was a Polish mathematician. Ważewski made important contributions to the theory of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, control theory and the theory of analytic spaces. He is most famous for applying the topological concept of retract, introduced by Karol Borsuk to the study of the solutions of differential equations.

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  • Tadeusz Ważewski (24 September 1896 – 5 September 1972) was a Polish mathematician. Ważewski made important contributions to the theory of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, control theory and the theory of analytic spaces. He is most famous for applying the topological concept of retract, introduced by Karol Borsuk to the study of the solutions of differential equations.
  • Tadeusz Ważewski (ur. 24 września 1896 w Czortkowie Wygnance pod Tarnopolem, zm. 5 września 1972 w Rabce-Zdroju) – polski matematyk, przedstawiciel krakowskiej szkoły matematycznej. Zajmował się badaniem równań różniczkowych (cząstkowych i zwyczajnych) oraz teorią sterowania.
  • Tadeusz Ważewski (* 24. September 1896 in Tschortkiw in Galizien, Österreich-Ungarn; † 5. September 1972 in Rabka-Zdrój) war ein polnischer Mathematiker der Krakauer Mathematikerschule. Schwerpunkte seiner Arbeit bildeten Gewöhnliche Differentialgleichung, Partielle Differentialgleichung, Mengenlehre und Topologie.
  • Tadeusz Ważewski (Galícia, 24 de setembro de 1896 — 5 de setembro de 1972) foi um matemático polonês. Seu campo principal de interesse foram equações diferenciais ordinárias, equações diferenciais parciais, teoria dos conjuntos e topologia. Foi membro da Escola de Matemática da Cracóvia. Ważewski estudou inicialmente física na Universidade Jaguelônica em Cracóvia, antes de mudar para a matemática, graças ao professor Stanisław Zaremba.
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  • Tadeusz Ważewski (24 September 1896 – 5 September 1972) was a Polish mathematician. Ważewski made important contributions to the theory of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, control theory and the theory of analytic spaces. He is most famous for applying the topological concept of retract, introduced by Karol Borsuk to the study of the solutions of differential equations.
  • Tadeusz Ważewski (* 24. September 1896 in Tschortkiw in Galizien, Österreich-Ungarn; † 5. September 1972 in Rabka-Zdrój) war ein polnischer Mathematiker der Krakauer Mathematikerschule. Schwerpunkte seiner Arbeit bildeten Gewöhnliche Differentialgleichung, Partielle Differentialgleichung, Mengenlehre und Topologie. Ważewski studierte zuerst Physik an der Jagiellonen-Universität in Krakau, bevor er dank Prof. Stanisław Zaremba in die Mathematik wechselte. Er promovierte in Paris und habilitierte in Krakau 1927. Während des Zweiten Weltkriegs wurde er von der deutschen Besatzungsmacht in das KZ Sachsenhausen deportiert, wo er zwei Jahre inhaftiert war und überlebte.
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