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PDCA日記 / Diary Vol. 1,211「ロシアの世捨て人」/ "Russian Hermit"

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PDCA日記 Vol. 1,211「ロシアの世捨て人」】


























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P.S. 私は最初の仕事が金融機関だったこともあって、結構数学は好きな方です。






< Mr. PDCAのボンジュール英語「世捨て人」 = 「hermit




「ロシアの世捨て人」を英語で表現する場合、「Russian hermit」とすればよいですね😊。     




PDCA (plan-do-check-action) Diary Vol. 1,211 "Russian Hermit"


Do you know the Poincaré conjecture?


The Poincaré conjecture, submitted by French mathematician Henri Poincaré in 1904, is a numerical conundrum leading to the elucidation of the shape of the universe.


On a proposition that many mathematicians challenged and frustrated, Russian mathematician Grigori Perelman published a series of papers that proved Poincaré conjecture between 2002 and 2003.


These papers were validated by multiple teams of mathematicians until around the summer of 2006.


As a result, it became clear that the Perelman's proof was correct.


Perelman was awarded the 2006 Fields Prize for his achievement, which was called the "Once in 100 Years Miracle," but he declined the award.


The Fields Award is the highest honor in the mathematics world given only to a few mathematicians who have made outstanding achievements every four years.


Due to the small number of awardees, it is said to be “more valuable than the Nobel Prize”.


The material introduced today "Why I solved the difficult problem of 100 years" explains Peleliman's approach to the Poincaré conjecture.


The news team made every effort to meet Perelyman, who is known as the "Russian Recluse," but they could not meet him.


This book is recommended for those who like math.


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P.S. I like mathematics quite a lot because my first job was at a financial institution.


When I was a rookie, I was in charge of all the miscellaneous calculations.


If you get used to the numbers at an early stage, you will be able to read the financial statements smoothly even when you move to another business.


For a short while, it might be good to work in the financial industry 😊.