Naum Krasner

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Naum Krasner, 21 February 1924 – 5 March 1999, was a Russian mathematician and economist.

A former colonel in the Soviet Army, he joined Voronezh State University as a student in 1957 and, on graduating in 1961, joined the faculty there. In 1969 he became Methods of Operational Research Chair and, later, vice-dean of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics.[1]

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