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Bucharest, March 17 /Agerpres/ - Romanian Academy member, mathematician Solomon Marcus died on Thursday morning at the C.C. Iliescu Institute in Bucharest, Institute manager Serban Bubenek confirmed for AGERPRES.
Mathematician Solomon Marcus was born in Bacau on March 1, 1925.
He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Bucharest and conducted research in the fields of mathematical analysis, mathematical linguistics, theoretical computer science, mathematic poetics, semiotics, the history and philosophy of science. Throughout his career that spanned over five decades, Marcus published numerous inter-disciplinary studies, books analyzing the use of mathematics in linguistic studies, theater analysis, natural and social science.
Solomon Marcus published over 50 books which were translated in several languages as well as about 400 articles in scientific journals. Due to his contribution to the field, he is regarded as one of the founders of the disciplines of mathematic linguistics and poetics.
Solomon Marcus became corresponding member of the Romanian Academy on April 21, 1993 and was named a full member on December 21, 2001. AGERPRES (RO - author: Roberto Stan, editor: Andreea Rotaru; EN - author: Georgeta Gheorghe, editor: Simona Klodnischi )
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