Lev Melnikovsky's homepage
Well, this is my homepage! To say truth I have never written an
HTML document before, so please be gentle. If you have questions or
suggestions you are absolutely welcome to drop me a message. I don't dare
to type here " under construction " since I have no definitive
idea when this " construction " take place.
If you wish to know more about myself, you can find here some
Computers are reasonable part of our life. Unfortunately (or, perhaps,
fortunately?) they want to be fed with information. You can find some software
here - written for personal amusement and public usage (and vice versa).
You might be interested in reading our article (written together with S.Kriminski)
Effect of an electric field on the surface tension of a liquid at low
temperatures. (JETP 84 (4), pp. 758-759 (1997)).
To begin with, you can visit our "IPP seminar
announcement" page and "Seminar on
magnetism announcement" pages
(russian only). These are automatically created documents, a quick and
dirty program to do the job is All2WEB.
Another piece of code is MIMER.
It deals with e-mail messages and is supposed to convert them to valid MIME
format. It also recognizes "broken" messages (those with incorrect charset
value - frequent problem with russian e-mail) and fixes them.
The last (so far) but not the least is the Russian word-list
or from England.
or from the USA)
It was originally compiled for the spell-checker of my favorite text editor
(I am using it right now, while typing this document). The same format is used
by another standalone spellchecking program 4Spell.
Read ru.txt for more information.
More on this topic to come some time soon (I suppose some kind
of physics problems collection, any suggestion?).
Search on the IPP site.