Рассказы, путешествия, юмор

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AKVY PRESS, 2009 - Fiction - 324 pages
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The book " Short Stories. Travels and Adventures. Humour", includes stories written by Yuri K. Shestopaloff, which were earlier published on the Internet journals and on-line periodic publications. Exposed for a long time on the Internet, author's short stories received warm reception of many readers. The readers thank the author for the ingenuity and humanism of his stories, intriguing plots and literary skills, which gave them so many minutes of enjoyable reading. The number of such comments does not leave any doubts in the author's master literary talent. The plots are mostly based on real events, to which the author was a direct participant. Some stories relate to his professional activities (Yuri Shestopaloff has Ph.D and Doctor of Sciences academic degrees, he is a Full Professor, and works also as a consultant). Overall, these are the classical style literary writings of a well educated and intelligent person with remarkable literary talent, who has also clear understanding of modern societies and adheres to eternal human values.

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About the author (2009)

Yuri K. Shestopaloff is a professional academic and consultant. He started his academic career as an Applied Mathematician and Engineer-Physicist. He received his M.Sc and Ph.D degrees from Moscow Physical Technological Institute, focusing on the development of mathematical methods and algorithms for interpretation of remote sensing data. He received the Doctor of Sciences degree, the highest academic degree in European countries, for developing mathematical methods for data interpretation and processing. He has worked as Associate Professor, Full Professor and Chair at the Electrical Engineering Department of Academy of Transport. Simultaneously, he held the position of Chief Scientist at Institute of Sensor Microelectronics of Russian Academy of Sciences. Presently, Yuri K. Shestopaloff does consulting and research on mathematical methods and computational algorithms in various fields of science and technology, such as financial mathematics, biology, remote sensing and wave propagation theory. He also consults on system design issues, and leads middle and large scale software development projects which require high performance and efficient processing of data. In particular, Yuri develops investment performance measurement applications and trading systems for different financial companies. He is regularly invited to speak at professional forums and conferences on financial and investment related mathematics and mathematical modeling. Yuri has published six books and over eighty academic articles on financial mathematics, remote sensing, wave propagation theory, and mathematical methods and algorithms for data interpretation, data processing and modeling. Yuri also publishes articles on natural philosophy and the philosophy of science. His literary writings (poetry, short stories and novels) are appreciated by a wide audience.

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