Dov Tamari

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Dov Tamari (1911 – 11 August 2006), born Bernhard Teitler, was a mathematician. Born in Germany, he left for the British Mandate for Palestine in 1933. He was known for his work in logic and combinatorics, and the Tamari lattice is named after him. He earned a doctorate of science from the Université de Paris. His students include Carlton Maxson and Kevin Osondu. Tamari was living in New York City in 1990 and died in Jerusalem in 2006.


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