Arvydas Novikovas is a Lithuanian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Ekstraklasa club Legia Warsaw.

The Novikov self-consistency principle, also known as the Novikov self-consistency conjecture and Larry Niven's law of conservation of history, is a principle developed by Russian physicist Igor Dmitriyevich Novikov in the mid-1980s. Novikov intended it to solve the problem of paradoxes in time travel, which is theoretically permitted in certain solutions of general relativity that contain what are known as closed timelike curves.

Novak , Novák (in Hungarian, Czech and Slovak), Nowak or Novack (in German and Polish) is a surname and masculine given name, derived from the slavic word for "new" (e.g. Polish: nowy, Czech: nový, Serbo-Croatian: nov / нов), which depending on the exact language and usage, translates as "novice", "new man", "newcomer", or "stranger".

This page concerns mathematician Sergei Novikov's topology conjecture. For astrophysicist Igor Novikov's conjecture regarding time travel, see Novikov self-consistency principle.The Novikov conjecture is one of the most important unsolved problems in topology.

Novikov, Novikoff or Novikova (feminine) is one of the most common Russian surnames. Derived from novik - a teenager on military service who comes from a noble, boyar or cossack family in Russia of 16th-18th centuries.

Alexander Alexandrovich Novikov was the Chief marshal of the aviation for the Soviet Air Force during Russia's involvement in the Second World War. Lauded as "the man who has piloted the Red Air Force through the dark days into the present limelight" and a "master of tactical air power", he was twice given the title of Hero of the Soviet Union, as well as a number of other Soviet decorations.

Novi Kozarci is a village in Serbia. It is located in the Municipality of Kikinda, North Banat District, Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.

In mathematics, given an additive subgroup Γ ⊂ R {\displaystyle \Gamma \subset \mathbb {R} } , the Novikov ring Nov {\displaystyle \operatorname {Nov} (\Gamma )} of Γ {\displaystyle \Gamma } is the subring of Z [ [ Γ ] ] {\displaystyle \mathbb {Z} [\![\Gamma ]\!]} consisting of formal sums ∑ n γ i t γ i {\displaystyle \sum n_{\gamma _{i}}t^{\gamma _{i}}} such that γ 1 > γ 2 > ⋯ {\displaystyle \gamma _{1}>\gamma _{2}>\cdots } and γ i → − ∞ {\displaystyle \gamma _{i}\to -\infty } . The notion was introduced by S. P. Novikov in the papers that initiated the generalization of Morse theory using a closed one-form instead of a function.

In mathematics, the Novikov–Veselov equation is a natural (2+1)-dimensional analogue of the Korteweg–de Vries (KdV) equation. Unlike another (2+1)-dimensional analogue of KdV, the Kadomtsev–Petviashvili equation, it is integrable via the inverse scattering transform for the 2-dimensional stationary Schrödinger equation.

In mathematics, a Novikov–Shubin invariant. introduced by Sergei Novikov and Mikhail Shubin , is an invariant of a compact Riemannian manifold related to the spectrum of the Laplace operator acting on square-integrable differential forms on its universal cover.

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