Aladjev Victor Zakharovich – President of the Baltic Branch of the International Academy of Noosphere, Prof., DSc in Mathematics. He was born on June 14, 1942 in Grodno (West Belarus). In 1959 he entered the first year of the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of the University of Grodno, and in 1962 he was transferred to the Mathematics Department of the University of Tartu (Estonia), which Aladjev successfully graduated in 1966 with a degree in Mathematics. In 1969 Aladjev entered the graduate school of the Academy of Sciences of the ESSR with a degree in Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, which successfully graduated in 1972 in two specialties: Theoretical Cybernetics and Technical Cybernetics. In 1972 he was awarded a doctorate in mathematics (DSc) from Prof. R. Bellman (USA) for his work “Mathematical Theory of the Homogeneous Structures and Their Applications”; this work was recognized as the best in the Academy Sciences of the ESSR at 1972. Since 1970, Aladjev V.Z. – President of the Tallinn Research Group (TRG) organized by him, whose scientific results subsequently have received certain international recognition, primarily in the field of researches on the mathematical theory of homogeneous structures (Cellular Automata). Cellular automata (CAs), initially being the root cause of the formation of the TRG, over time became a less significant direction of scientific and applied activity of the Group, inferior to more priority fields, in particular computer mathematics systems, although quite often interest in the CA problematics arose again for particular periods of duration; however, the intensity of researches in this direction also decreased over time.
In 1972, V. Aladyev published the first monograph on the homogeneous structures theory in the USSR, which was recognized as one of the best monographic publication of the Estonian Academy of Sciences in the same year, and in 1977 it was noted in Soviet Mathematical En–cyclopedia and in Encyclop ... Читать далее