Henry William Watson

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Rev. Henry William Watson (25 February 1827, Marylebone, London – 11 January 1903, Berkswell near Coventry) was a mathematician and author of a number of mathematics books.

He was educated at King's College London and at Trinity College, Cambridge.[1] He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1881. He and Francis Galton introduced the Galton–Watson process in 1875.

Books by H. W. Watson[edit]


  1. ^ "Watson, Henry William (WT846HW)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. 

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