Archibald Richardson

Archibald Richardson (1881-1954) was a British algebraist, who was a professor of mathematics at Swansea from 1920. He collaborated with D. E. Littlewood on invariants and the theory of group representations. They introduced the immanant of a matrix, studied Schur functions and developed the Littlewood-Richardson rule for their multiplication.

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