Russian Microelectronics, Vol. 32, No. 4, 2003, p. 189. Translated from Mikroelektronika, Vol. 32, No. 4, 2003, p. 243. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2003 by the Editorial Board. Dr. Petr Ashotovich Arutyunov has passed away. He as a researcher and an educator. In 1987 he was was a Professor at the Moscow State Institute of Electron- awarded a Dr. Sci. (Tech.) degree, with the dissertation ics and Mathematics (Technical University) and had entitled “The Theory of Digital Algorithmic Measure- served on the Editorial Board of Mikroelektronika since ments and Their Application in LSI Signal Microproces- sors: Some Aspects of Quality and Reliability Assurance.” His scientiﬁc career started in 1951, when he gradu- Later he authored the monograph The Theory and Appli- ated from a military academy to become a Member of cation of Algorithmic Measurements. The results of these Technical Staff at the Central Research and Testing Insti- studies were instrumental in the development of the ﬁrst tute of Communication (TsNIIIS). Working there until Soviet signal microprocessor. During the period 1985– 1963, he was engaged in the development of the ﬁrst 1995, he worked on concepts and algorithms for the exper- Soviet portable radio sets for the VHF and HF bands. Dur- imental and production prototyping of the TESISDIR ing the years 1963–1978, he deﬁned speciﬁcations on new expert system for the IBM PC XT/AT. generations of hybrid and monolithic ICs. He also directed tests of ICs for radiation hardness and reliability. The Editors join with the bereaved and the many associates and students of Dr. Arutyunov in mourning From 1978 until the end of his life, he was with the Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics his passing. 1063-7397/03/3204-0189$25.00 © 2003 MAIK “Nauka / Interperiodica”
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