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Mathematics
D-index
56
Citations
20,256
205
World Ranking
356
National Ranking
192

2013 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

2012 - SIAM Fellow For contributions to matrix analysis, numerical analysis, complex variables, and approximation theory.

1962 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra
- Real number

Richard S. Varga mainly investigates Applied mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Numerical analysis, Discrete mathematics and Pure mathematics. The concepts of his Applied mathematics study are interwoven with issues in Matrix, Alternating direction implicit method, Spline interpolation, Thin plate spline and Iterative method. He brings together Matrix and Iterative analysis to produce work in his papers.

Mathematical analysis is closely attributed to Successive over-relaxation in his work. His Numerical analysis research integrates issues from Nonlinear boundary value problem, Mathematical optimization and Approximation theory. His Pure mathematics study incorporates themes from Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Diagonally dominant matrix and Combinatorics.

- Matrix iterative analysis (4725 citations)
- Matrix Iterative Analysis (727 citations)
- Proof of Theorem 2 (539 citations)

Richard S. Varga mainly focuses on Mathematical analysis, Combinatorics, Applied mathematics, Discrete mathematics and Pure mathematics. His study in Numerical analysis, Complex plane, Boundary value problem, Chebyshev iteration and Analytic function are all subfields of Mathematical analysis. The concepts of his Combinatorics study are interwoven with issues in Upper and lower bounds, Polynomial, Invertible matrix and Diagonally dominant matrix.

His studies deal with areas such as Iterative method, Mathematical optimization and Interpolation as well as Applied mathematics. His work is dedicated to discovering how Iterative method, Matrix are connected with Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and other disciplines. Throughout his Discrete mathematics studies, Richard S. Varga incorporates elements of other sciences such as Proof of impossibility and Original proof of Gödel's completeness theorem.

- Mathematical analysis (26.24%)
- Combinatorics (24.33%)
- Applied mathematics (21.29%)

- Combinatorics (24.33%)
- Mathematical analysis (26.24%)
- Matrix (12.55%)

His primary scientific interests are in Combinatorics, Mathematical analysis, Matrix, Applied mathematics and Iterative method. His Combinatorics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Invertible matrix, Singular value decomposition, Inverse, Ultrametric space and Potential theory. Richard S. Varga interconnects Motion and Discrepancy theory in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis.

His research in the fields of Diagonally dominant matrix overlaps with other disciplines such as Block. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Applied mathematics and Iterative analysis through his research. Richard S. Varga combines subjects such as Chebyshev filter, Order, Acceleration and System of linear equations with his study of Iterative method.

- Matrix Iterative Analysis (727 citations)
- Geršgorin and his circles (299 citations)
- Encyclopaedia of Mathematics, Supplement III (52 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra
- Real number

His scientific interests lie mostly in Pure mathematics, Matrix, Combinatorics, Numerical analysis and Type. His Pure mathematics research incorporates themes from Sine and Algebra. His Matrix study incorporates themes from Invertible matrix, Inverse and Applied mathematics.

The Combinatorics study combines topics in areas such as Zero, Sequence, Mathematical analysis and Domain. His studies examine the connections between Type and genetics, as well as such issues in Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, with regards to Lemniscate, Artificial intelligence and Linear algebra. In his research on the topic of Diagonally dominant matrix, Discrete mathematics is strongly related with Matrix pencil.

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Matrix iterative analysis

Richard S. Varga.

**(1961)**

6970 Citations

Matrix Iterative Analysis

Steve Abbott;Richard S. Varga.

The Mathematical Gazette **(2000)**

1138 Citations

Proof of Theorem 2

Albert Edrei;Edward B. Saff;Richard S. Varga.

**(1983)**

869 Citations

Proof of Theorem 4

Albert Edrei;Edward B. Saff;Richard S. Varga.

**(1983)**

716 Citations

Geršgorin and his circles

Richard S. Varga.

**(2004)**

457 Citations

Proof of Theorem 5

Albert Edrei;Edward B. Saff;Richard S. Varga.

**(1983)**

448 Citations

Block diagonally dominant matrices and generalizations of the Gerschgorin circle theorem

David G. Feingold;Richard S. Varga.

Pacific Journal of Mathematics **(1962)**

422 Citations

Numerical methods of high-order accuracy for nonlinear boundary value problems

P. G. Ciarlet;M. H. Schultz;R. S. Varga.

Numerische Mathematik **(1968)**

390 Citations

Chebyshev semi-iterative methods, successive overrelaxation iterative methods, and second order Richardson iterative methods

Gene H. Golub;Richard S. Varga.

Numerische Mathematik **(1961)**

376 Citations

Piecewise Hermite interpolation in one and two variables with applications to partial differential equations

G. Birkhoff;M. H. Schultz;R. S. Varga.

Numerische Mathematik **(1968)**

305 Citations

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