References for Mikio Sato

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Articles:

  1. E Andronikof, Interview with Mikio Sato, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 54 (2) (2007), 208-222.
  2. S Iyanaga, Three personal reminiscences, in Algebraic analysis I (Academic Press, Boston, MA, 1988), 9-11.
  3. S Iyanaga, What I could do for the mathematician Mikio Sato, Mikio Sato: a great Japanese mathematician of the twentieth century, Asian J. Math. 2 (4) (1998), xiii-xvii.
  4. A Jackson, Sato and Tate receive 2002-2003 Wolf Prize, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 50 (5) (2003), 569-570.
  5. M Kashiwara and T Kawai, The award to Mikio Sato of a medal for distinguished services to culture, Sugaku 37 (2) (1985), 161-163.
  6. M Kashiwara and T Kawai, Introduction: Professor Mikio Sato and his work, in Algebraic analysis I (Academic Press, Boston, MA, 1988), 1-7.
  7. M Kashiwara, T Kawai and S-T Yau, Preface, Mikio Sato: a great Japanese mathematician of the twentieth century, Asian J. Math. 2 (4) (1998), vii-x.
  8. C Kiselman, The 1997 Schock Prize in Mathematics to Mikio Sato.
    http://www.math.uu.se/~Kiselman/sato1997.html
  9. Rolf Schock Prizes Awarded, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 44 (8) (1997), 944-945.
  10. G-C Rota, Mikio Sato: impressions, in Algebraic analysis I (Academic Press, Boston, MA, 1988), 13-15.
  11. M Sato, Algebraic analysis and I (Japanese), Algebraic analysis and number theory, Kyoto, 1992, Surikaisekikenkyusho Kokyuroku No. 810 (1992), 164-217.
  12. P Schapira, Mikio Sato, a visionary of mathematics, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 54 (2) (2007), 243-245.
  13. P Schapira, Mikio Sato, un visionnaire des mathématiques, Gaz. Math. No. 97 (2003), 23-28.
  14. K Yosida, Sato, a perfectionist, in Algebraic analysis I (Academic Press, Boston, MA, 1988), 17-18.

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