Vasylyna Bokhonko

bokhonko_photo Vasylyna Vasylivna Bokhonko

PhD student
Department of Algebra and Logic
Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics
Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

1 Universytetska Str.
79000 Lviv, Ukraine
e-mail: linabokhonko at gmail.com

Research Interests

Noncommutative elementary divisor ring theory, algebraic K-Theory, stable range theory, matrix completion problems.

List of Publications

Articles

  1. Bokhonko V. V., Zabavsky B. V. A criterion of elementary divisor domain for distributive domains // Algebra and Discrete Mathematics. – 2017. – 23,№1. – P.1-6.
  2. Bokhonko V. V., Pihura O. V. Maximally non-Gelfand ideals of Bezout duo-domains // Mat. Stud. – 2016. – 46,№1 – P.13–19. (in Ukrainian)
  3. Bokhonko V. V.Bezout domains whose finite homomorphic images are semipotent ring // Visnyk of the Lviv Univ. Series Mech. Math. – 2016. – 81. – P.58-60.
  4. Bokhonko V. V. Reduction of matrices over Bezout domain of stable range one satisfying
    Dubrovin condition and condition Z
    // Visnyk of the Lviv Univ. Series Mech. Math. – 2015.
    – 80. – P.5-9. (in Ukrainian)
  5. Bokhonko V. V., Zabavsky B. V.Canonical diagonal matrix reduction via invertible Toeplitz matrices // Bulletin of Donetsk National University. Series A. Natural Sciences. – 2015. – №1-2. – P. 7 – 11. (in Ukrainian)

Conference reports

  1. Bokhonko V. V. A criterion of elementary divisor domain for distributive domains // X International Algebraic Cinference in Ukraine dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Yu. A. Drozd, August 20-27, 2015. Odessa. P.19.
  2. Bokhonko V. V., Pihura O. V. The maximal non-Gelfand ideals of Bezout duo-domains // International mathematics conference “Group and Actions: Geometry and Dynamics” dedicated to the memiry of professor Vitaly Sushchanskyy. December 19-22, 2016. Kyiv. P.14.
  3. Bokhonko V. V., Zabavsky B. V.Canonical diagonal matrix reduction via invertible Toeplitz matrices // Ukrainian scientific conference “Modern problems of probability theory and mathematical analysis”. 24-27 February 2016. Vorohta. P.58. (in Ukrainian)
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