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G. H. Hardy

Godfrey Harold Hardy (1877-1947) was a prominent British mathematician, famous for his achievements in number theory. He is also known for formulating the Hardy-Weinberg principle, a basic principle of population genetics, independently from Wilhelm Weinberg[?] in 1908.

From 1911 he collaborated with Littlewood, and from 1914 with Ramanujan.

His autobiography, A Mathematician's Apology, was published in 1941.



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