Discrete Math. Appl., Vol.3, No.6, pp.667-668 (1993) © VSP 1993. The Third Petrozavodsk Conference 'Probabilistic Methods in Discrete Mathematics' was held at 10-15 May 1992 in Petrozavodsk in Russia. The conference was organized by the Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Karelian Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Karelian State University. The Organizing Committee of the Conference included V. Ya. Kozlov (the chairman, Moscow), A. D. Sorokin (vice-chairman, Petrozavodsk), V. F. Kolchin (vice-chairman, Moscow), Yu. V. Prokhorov (Moscow), B. A. Sevastyanov (Moscow), G. A. Borisov (Petrozavodsk), V. A, Vatutin (Moscow), A. B. Zhizhchenko (Moscow), A. M. Zubkov (Moscow), G. I. Ivchenko (Moscow), Yu. L. Pavlov (Petrozavodsk), V. I. Khokhlov (Moscow). The pioneering works carried out by V. L. Goncharov, published in 40's, are apparently the first where combinatorial objects were systematically investigated by modern probabilistic methods. These works contain deep results on random permutations and runs in random (0, l)-sequences. During the last three decades the interest in probabilistic problems of combinatorics has grown steadily both in our country and abroad. In 1983 the First All-Union conference Trobabilistic Methods in Discrete Mathematics* and in 1988 the Second conference were held
Discrete Mathematics and Applications – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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