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It is good that this article explains that Berger was a mathematician who specialized in differential geometry, wrote a number of books, and was awarded a number of honors.
But the most important aspect of the work of a research mathematician is their discoveries, and nothing is mentioned about what Berger discovered. I hope that someone familiar with Berger's work will remedy this unfortunate omission.Daqu (talk) 17:23, 2 November 2016 (UTC)
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