Graham Higman (né le 19 janvier 1917, mort le 8 avril 2008) est un mathématicien britannique connu pour ses contributions à la théorie des groupes. Il est connu notamment pour le lemme de Higman qui donne une propriété sur la notion de sous-mot, analogue au théorème de Kruskal.Il a fondé le Journal of Algebra (en) dont il a été le rédacteur de 1964 à 1984.

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  • Graham Higman (né le 19 janvier 1917, mort le 8 avril 2008) est un mathématicien britannique connu pour ses contributions à la théorie des groupes. Il est connu notamment pour le lemme de Higman qui donne une propriété sur la notion de sous-mot, analogue au théorème de Kruskal.Il a fondé le Journal of Algebra (en) dont il a été le rédacteur de 1964 à 1984.
  • Graham Higman (Louth, 19 gennaio 1917 – Oxford, 8 aprile 2008) è stato un matematico britannico, conosciuto per i suoi contributi in algebra, specialmente in teoria dei gruppi.
  • Elemento de lista numeradaGraham Higman (Louth, 19 de janeiro de 1917 — Oxford, 8 de abril de 2008) foi um matemático britânico.Sua área de interesse foi álgebra, em especial a teoria de grupos.== Referências ==
  • Graham Higman (* 19. Januar 1917 in Louth in Lincolnshire; † 8. April 2008 in Oxford) war ein englischer Mathematiker, der sich mit Algebra, speziell der Gruppentheorie, beschäftigte.
  • Graham Higman FRS (19 January 1917 – 8 April 2008) was a leading British mathematician. He is known for his contributions to group theory. Higman was born in Louth, Lincolnshire and attended Sutton's Secondary School, Plymouth, winning a scholarship to Balliol College, Oxford. In 1939 he co-founded The Invariant Society, the student mathematics society, and earned his DPhil from the University of Oxford in 1941. His thesis, The units of group-rings, was written under the direction of J. H. C. Whitehead. From 1960 to 1984 he was the Waynflete Professor of Pure Mathematics at Magdalen College, Oxford. Higman was awarded the Senior Berwick Prize in 1962 and the De Morgan Medal of the London Mathematical Society in 1974. He was the founder of the Journal of Algebra and its editor from 1964 to 1984.He was also a local preacher in the Oxford Circuit of the Methodist Church. During the Second World War he was a conscientious objector, working at the Meteorological Office in Northern Ireland and Gibraltar.He died in Oxford.
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  • Graham Higman (né le 19 janvier 1917, mort le 8 avril 2008) est un mathématicien britannique connu pour ses contributions à la théorie des groupes. Il est connu notamment pour le lemme de Higman qui donne une propriété sur la notion de sous-mot, analogue au théorème de Kruskal.Il a fondé le Journal of Algebra (en) dont il a été le rédacteur de 1964 à 1984.
  • Graham Higman (Louth, 19 gennaio 1917 – Oxford, 8 aprile 2008) è stato un matematico britannico, conosciuto per i suoi contributi in algebra, specialmente in teoria dei gruppi.
  • Elemento de lista numeradaGraham Higman (Louth, 19 de janeiro de 1917 — Oxford, 8 de abril de 2008) foi um matemático britânico.Sua área de interesse foi álgebra, em especial a teoria de grupos.== Referências ==
  • Graham Higman (* 19. Januar 1917 in Louth in Lincolnshire; † 8. April 2008 in Oxford) war ein englischer Mathematiker, der sich mit Algebra, speziell der Gruppentheorie, beschäftigte.
  • Graham Higman FRS (19 January 1917 – 8 April 2008) was a leading British mathematician. He is known for his contributions to group theory. Higman was born in Louth, Lincolnshire and attended Sutton's Secondary School, Plymouth, winning a scholarship to Balliol College, Oxford. In 1939 he co-founded The Invariant Society, the student mathematics society, and earned his DPhil from the University of Oxford in 1941. His thesis, The units of group-rings, was written under the direction of J. H. C.
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