Type of Publication:  Contribution to a conference 
Publication status:  Published 
Author:  Kuhlmann, Salma 
Year of publication:  2018 
Conference:  26th IWOTA : International Workshop on Operator Theory and Applications, Jul 6, 2015  Jul 10, 2015, Tbilisi, Georgia 
Published in:  Operator Theory in Different Settings and Related Applications / Duduchava, Roland et al. (ed.).  Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2018.  (Operator Theory : Advances and Applications ; 262).  pp. 1320.  ISSN 02550156.  ISBN 9783319625263 
ArXivID:  arXiv:1610.02250 
Summary: 
On April 22 2015, Murray Marshall was invited by Igor Klep and Victor Vinnikov to talk in the special session on "Operator Theory, Real Algebraic Geometry, and Moment Problems" that they coorganised for IWOTA 2015 in Tbilisi, Georgia, July 610. This invitation to an IWOTA edition was considered by the organisers as long overdue, given Marshall's important contributions to Real Algebraic Geometry in general, and to the multidimensional Moment Problem in particular. Marshall declined on April 27th writing: "Dear Victor, Thanks very much for the invitation. I am sorry but I must decline. The reason is that I don't enjoy traveling as much as I used to. North America or Europe is about the maximum distance I am willing to dealwith. I hope you are well. Murray." This response startled us, as Marshall has always been a grand traveler when it came to mathematics. Our fears were alas confirmed; Marshall passed away just a few days later. In July, I held a talk at that session myself on joint work with Marshall, and was asked by the editors of the proceedings volume to write this mathematical obituary.

Subject (DDC):  510 Mathematics 
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KUHLMANN, Salma, 2018. Murray A. Marshall (24.3.1940  1.05.2015) : A brief mathematical obituary. 26th IWOTA : International Workshop on Operator Theory and Applications. Tbilisi, Georgia, Jul 6, 2015  Jul 10, 2015. In: DUDUCHAVA, Roland, ed. and others. Operator Theory in Different Settings and Related Applications. Cham:Springer International Publishing, pp. 1320. ISSN 02550156. ISBN 9783319625263
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