Götze, Friedrich, and Van Zwet, W. R. 2013. “THE TIMES OF YURI VASILYEVICH PROKHOROV”. *Theory Of Probability & Its Applications* 57 (2): 306-322.

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Theory Of Probability & Its Applications 57(2): 306-322.","apa_indent":"

Götze, F., & Van Zwet, W. R. (2013). THE TIMES OF YURI VASILYEVICH PROKHOROV. *Theory Of Probability & Its Applications*, *57*(2), 306-322. doi:10.1137/S0040585X97985972

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