Fridrikh Israilevich Karpelevich (Russian: Фридрих Израилевич Карпелевич; 2 October 1927 – 5 July 2000) was a Russian mathematician known for his work on semisimple Lie algebras, geometry, and probability theory. Together with Simon Gindikin, he discovered the Gindikin–Karpelevich formula.
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- Gindikin, S. G.; Karpelevič, F. I. (1962), "Plancherel measure for symmetric Riemannian spaces of non-positive curvature", Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR (in Russian), 145: 252–255, MR 0150239
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