Paul Richard Halmos

(b. 1916)

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(1916– )

Hungarian mathematician who made important contributions to functional analysis, measure theory, ergodic theory and operator theory, but is perhaps best known for his ability to communicate mathematics in a textbook style envied by many and achieved by very few.

Subjects: Mathematics.

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