Gustave Choquet

Gustave Choquet at the 1983 [[International Congress of Mathematicians|ICM]] in [[Warsaw]]. Gustave Choquet (; 1 March 1915 – 14 November 2006) was a French mathematician.

Choquet was born in Solesmes, Nord. His contributions include work in functional analysis, potential theory, topology and measure theory. He is known for creating the Choquet theory, the Choquet integral and the theory of capacities.

He did postgraduate work at the École Normale Supérieure Paris where his advisor was Arnaud Denjoy. He was Professor at the University of Paris (subsequently Paris VI) from 1940 to 1984 and was also Professor at the École Polytechnique from 1960 to 1969. His honours and awards included being a Member of the Académie des Sciences, and an Officier of the Légion d’Honneur.

His students include Haïm Brezis, Gilles Godefroy, Nassif Ghoussoub, Michel L. Lapidus, and Michel Talagrand.

He was married to mathematician and mathematical physicist Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat. He died in Lyon in 2006. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Choquet, Gustave
Published 1970
Vieweg+Teubner Verlag

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by Choquet, Gustave
Published 1966
Academic Press

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by Choquet, Gustave
Published 1972
Vieweg+Teubner Verlag