
About Markov
Markov, Markova or Markoff may refer to:
In mathematics:
*Alexander Markov (18971968), a Soviet astrophysicist
*Andrey Markov (18561922), a Russian mathematician
*Andrey Markov (19031979), a Soviet mathematician and son of Andrey Markov
*Vladimir Markov, a Russian mathematician, brother of Andrey Markov (Sr.)
*Gauss–Markov process, stochastic process that satisfies the requirements for both Gaussian processes and Markov processes
*Gauss–Markov theorem, statistical theorem
*Hidden Markov model, a statistical model where the system being modeled is assumed to be a Markov process with unknown parameters
*Markov algorithm, a string rewriting system that uses grammarlike rules to operate on strings of symbols
*Markov chain, a discretetime Markov process
*Markov logic network, a firstorder knowledge base
*Markov number, positive integer x, y or z that is part of a solution to the Markov Diophantine equation
*Markov process, a stochastic process that has the Markov property
*Markov property, a property of a stochastic process in which the past and future are independent
*Markov's inequality, inequality relating probabilities to expectations
In sports:
*Andrei Markov (hockey player) (b. 1978), a Russian ice hockey player in the NHL
*Daniil Markov (b. 1976), professional ice hockey player who plays in the National Hockey League for the Detroit Red Wings
*Dmitri Markov (b. 1975), a Belarusian pole vaulter representing Australia
*Ilya Markov (b. 1972), a Russian race walker
*Khristo Markov (b. 1965), a Bulgarian triple jumper
In education:
*Ivana Markova (b. 1938), an emeritus professor of psychology at the University of Stirling
*John Markoff (sociologist), professor of sociology and history at the University of Pittsburgh
In politics:
*Demetrius DvoichenkoMarkov, a KGB spy in New York
*Eufrosina DvoichenkoMarkov, a KGB spy in New York
*Georgi Markov (19291978), a Bulgarian dissident who was assassinated in London
*Helmuth Markov (b. 1952), a German politician and Member of the European Parliament
*Nikolai Markov (18661945), a Russian politician
*Sergey Markov (1878–1918), a Russian army general of the White movement
*Vladimir Ivanovich Markov, Finnish Minister Secretary of State in Saint Petersburg, (1913  1917)
In other fields:
*Alexander Markov (18921971), a Soviet protozoologist
*Alexander Markov, a Russian American violinist
*Alexei Markov (18771917), a Russian expert in folklore
*Alicia Markova (1910–2004), a British prima ballerina
*Dmitry Markov (1913?), a Soviet literary critic
*Frantisek Markov, a character in Dungeons & Dragons
*Georgi Markov (1911?), a Soviet writer and public figure
*John Markoff (b. 1949), computing and technology writer
*Konstantin Markov (19051980), a Soviet geographer, geomorphologist, and academician
*Margaret Markov (b."