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British mathematician mainly noted for his work in group theory.
Best remembered by undergraduates for his much-cited textbook Rings, Modules and Linear Algebra (1970) which he cowrote with Trevor Hawkes.
A student of Philip Hall, and a tutor of Ian Stewart.
- Born: 15 May 1939 in Accrington, Lancashire, England
- Died: 8 Oct 1994 in Lake District, England
- 1970: Rings, Modules and Linear Algebra (with T.O. Hawkes)