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Taira Honda (本田 平 Honda Taira?, 2 June 1932 Fukui, Japan – 15 May 1975 Osaka, Japan) was a Japanese mathematician working on number theory who proved the Honda–Tate theorem classifying abelian varieties over finite fields.
- Iyanaga, Shôkichi (1975), "Taira Honda (1932–1975)", Osaka Journal of Mathematics 12 (2): i–iv, ISSN 0030-6126, MR 0379116
- O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Taira Honda", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews.
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