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# Roland Lvovich Dobrushin

Roland Lvovich Dobrushin (Russian: Роланд Львович Добрушин) (July 20, 1929, St Petersburg – November 12, 1995, Moscow) was a Russian mathematician and probability theorist who made important contributions to probability theory, point process theory, mathematical physics, and information theory. He received Ph.D. at Moscow State University where he was a student of Andrey Kolmogorov. He was a foreign member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Academia Europæa and US National Academy of Sciences.

**References**

* Obituary by members of IITP.

**Links**

* Roland Dobrushin at the Mathematics Genealogy Project

* Biography (in Russian)

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