Albert William Tucker (28 novembre 1905 - 25 janvier 1995) était un mathématicien américain d'origine canadienne qui a produit d'importantes contributions en topologie, théorie des jeux et optimisation non linéaire.

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  • Albert William Tucker (28 novembre 1905 - 25 janvier 1995) était un mathématicien américain d'origine canadienne qui a produit d'importantes contributions en topologie, théorie des jeux et optimisation non linéaire.
  • アルバート・タッカー(Albert William Tucker、1905年11月28日 - 1995年1月25日)は、カナダのオンタリオ州オシャワ生まれの数学者。プリンストン大学教授であり、専門はトポロジー、ゲーム理論、線形計画法、非線形計画法、オペレーションズ・リサーチであった。
  • Albert William Tucker (* 28. November 1905 in Ontario, Kanada; † 25. Januar 1995 in Highstown, New Jersey) war ein in Kanada geborener US-amerikanischer Mathematiker, der wichtige Beiträge zu Topologie, Spieltheorie und Lineare Programmierung lieferte.
  • Albert William Tucker (28 de noviembre de 1905 – 25 de enero de 1995) fue un matemático estadounidense nacido en Canadá que realizó importanes contribuciones a la Topología, Teoría de juegos y a la Programación no lineal.
  • Albert William Tucker (28 de Novembro de 1905 — 25 de janeiro de 1995) foi um matemático canadense.Formado na Universidade de Toronto em 1929, Tucker desenvolveu a sua carreira nos Estados Unidos. Lançou as bases da programação linear e desenvolveu a teoria dos jogos, tendo sido ele o inventor do célebre dilema do prisioneiro (criado como auxílio pedagógico em aulas dadas a estudantes de psicologia, em Stanford). Tucker reformou-se em 1974 e morreu em 1995.Tucker foi o professor de John Forbes Nash, matemático americano, cuja história foi retratada no filme "Uma mente brilhante" de 2001 com Russel Crowe como John Nash.
  • Albert William Tucker (Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, 28 november 1905 – Highstown, 25 januari 1995) was een in Canada geboren Amerikaans wiskundige, die belangrijke bijdragen leverde aan de topologie, de speltheorie en de niet-lineaire programmering.Albert Tucker behaalde in 1928 zijn Bachelor of Arts aan de Universiteit van Toronto. In 1932 voltooide hij onder supervisie van Solomon Lefschetz zijn Ph.D. aan de Universiteit van Princeton met het proefschrift An Abstract Approach to Manifolds.
  • Albert William Tucker (28 November 1905 – 25 January 1995) was a Canadian mathematician who made important contributions in topology, game theory, and non-linear programming.Albert Tucker was born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, and earned his B.A. at the University of Toronto in 1928 and his M.A. at the same institution in 1929. In 1932, he completed his Ph.D. at the Princeton University under the supervision of Solomon Lefschetz, with a thesis entitled An Abstract Approach to Manifolds.In 1932–33 he was a National Research Fellow at Cambridge, Harvard, and the University of Chicago. He then returned to Princeton to join the faculty in 1933, where he stayed till 1974. He chaired the mathematics department for about twenty years, one of the longest tenures. His extensive relationships within the field made him a great source for oral histories of the mathematics community.His Ph.D. students include Michel Balinski, David Gale, Alan Goldman, John Isbell, Stephen Maurer, Marvin Minsky, Nobel Prize winner John Nash, Torrence Parsons, Nobel Prize winner Lloyd Shapley, Robert Singleton, and Marjorie Stein. Although he wasn't his dissertation advisor, Tucker did advise and collaborated with Harold W. Kuhn on a number of papers and models.In 1950, Albert Tucker gave the name and interpretation "prisoner's dilemma" to Merrill M. Flood and Melvin Dresher's model of cooperation and conflict, resulting in the most well-known game theoretic paradox. He is also well known for the Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions, a basic result in non-linear programming, which was published in conference proceedings, rather than in a journal.In the 1960s, he was heavily involved in mathematics education, as chair of the AP Calculus committee for the College Board (1960–1963), through work with the Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (CUPM) of the MAA (he was president of the MAA in 1961–1962), and through many NSF summer workshops for high school and college teachers.In the early 1980s, Tucker recruited Princeton history professor Charles Gillispie to help him set up an oral history project to preserve stories about the Princeton mathematical community in the 1930s. With funding from the Sloan Foundation, this project later expanded its scope. Among those who shared their memories of such figures as Einstein, von Neumann, and Gödel were computer pioneer Herman Goldstine and Nobel laureates John Bardeen and Eugene Wigner.Albert Tucker noticed the leadership ability and talent of a young mathematics graduate student named John G. Kemeny, whose hiring Tucker suggested to Dartmouth College. Following Tucker's advice, Dartmouth recruited Kemeny, who became Chair of the Mathematics Department and later College President. Years later, Dartmouth College recognized Albert Tucker with an honorary degree. Tucker died in Hightstown, N.J. in 1995 at age 89.
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  • Albert William Tucker (28 novembre 1905 - 25 janvier 1995) était un mathématicien américain d'origine canadienne qui a produit d'importantes contributions en topologie, théorie des jeux et optimisation non linéaire.
  • アルバート・タッカー(Albert William Tucker、1905年11月28日 - 1995年1月25日)は、カナダのオンタリオ州オシャワ生まれの数学者。プリンストン大学教授であり、専門はトポロジー、ゲーム理論、線形計画法、非線形計画法、オペレーションズ・リサーチであった。
  • Albert William Tucker (* 28. November 1905 in Ontario, Kanada; † 25. Januar 1995 in Highstown, New Jersey) war ein in Kanada geborener US-amerikanischer Mathematiker, der wichtige Beiträge zu Topologie, Spieltheorie und Lineare Programmierung lieferte.
  • Albert William Tucker (28 de noviembre de 1905 – 25 de enero de 1995) fue un matemático estadounidense nacido en Canadá que realizó importanes contribuciones a la Topología, Teoría de juegos y a la Programación no lineal.
  • Albert William Tucker (Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, 28 november 1905 – Highstown, 25 januari 1995) was een in Canada geboren Amerikaans wiskundige, die belangrijke bijdragen leverde aan de topologie, de speltheorie en de niet-lineaire programmering.Albert Tucker behaalde in 1928 zijn Bachelor of Arts aan de Universiteit van Toronto. In 1932 voltooide hij onder supervisie van Solomon Lefschetz zijn Ph.D. aan de Universiteit van Princeton met het proefschrift An Abstract Approach to Manifolds.
  • Albert William Tucker (28 de Novembro de 1905 — 25 de janeiro de 1995) foi um matemático canadense.Formado na Universidade de Toronto em 1929, Tucker desenvolveu a sua carreira nos Estados Unidos. Lançou as bases da programação linear e desenvolveu a teoria dos jogos, tendo sido ele o inventor do célebre dilema do prisioneiro (criado como auxílio pedagógico em aulas dadas a estudantes de psicologia, em Stanford).
  • Albert William Tucker (28 November 1905 – 25 January 1995) was a Canadian mathematician who made important contributions in topology, game theory, and non-linear programming.Albert Tucker was born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, and earned his B.A. at the University of Toronto in 1928 and his M.A. at the same institution in 1929. In 1932, he completed his Ph.D.
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