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Kolmogorov

(ˌkɒlmɒˈɡɔːrɒf)
n
(Biography) Andrei Nikolaevich (anˈdrjej nikaˈlajəvitʃ). (1903–87), Soviet mathematician, who made important contributions to the theoretical foundations of probability
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However, using simple geometrical and energetic arguments, the Russian mathematician Andrey Kolmogorov developed during the Second World War a phenomenological theory for turbulence that is still valid today.
The ideas that led to this approach have been developed by Hernandez-Orallo and Dowe, as well as Shane Legg and Marcus Hutter, among others, and are based on the work of the pioneers of algorithmic information theory, Ray Solomonoff, Andrey Kolmogorov, Gregory Chaitin, and Chris Wallace.
Describing developments from the middle of the 17th century onwards, his narrative discusses mathematical efforts to understand the value of options, while emphasizing the role of specific personalities such as Robert Brown, Albert Einstein, MIT mathematician Norbert Wiener, Russian theorist of probability Andrey Kolmogorov, and Japanese mathematician Kiyoshi Ito.