# Evgeny Yakovlevich Remez

**Evgeny Yakovlevich Remez** (sometimes spelled as **Evgenii Yakovlevich Remez**, Russian: Евге́ний Я́ковлевич Ре́мез; (born 1895 in Mstislavl, now Belarus; died 1975 in Kiev) was a Soviet mathematician. He is known for his work in the constructive function theory, in particular, for the Remez algorithm and the Remez inequality.[1]

His doctoral students include Boris Korenblum.

## References

- Cheney, Elliott Ward.
*Introduction to Approximation Theory*. pp. 95–100. ISBN 978-0-8218-1374-4; Description of two algorithms of Remez for the solution of Chebyshev approximation by polynomials

- V K Dzyadyk, Yu A Mitropol'skii and A M Samoilenko, Evgenii Yakovlevich Remez (on the centenary of his birth) (Ukrainian), Ukrain. Mat. Zh. 48 (2) (1996), 285-286.
- Yu A Mitropol'skii, V K Dzyadyk and V T Gavrilyuk, Evgenii Yakovlevich Remez (on the occasion of the ninetieth anniversary of his birth) (Russian), Ukrain. Mat. Zh. 38 (4) (1986), 539-540.
- Yu A Mitropol'skii, V K Dzjadyk and V T Gavriljuk, Evgenii Yakovlevich Remez (on the occasion of his eightieth birthday) (Russian), Ukrain. Mat. Z. 28 (5) (1976), 711.

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