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The Trace Formula and Its Applications: An Introduction to the Work of James Arthur

  • Robert P. Langlands (a1)
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In May, 1999 James Greig Arthur, University Professor at the University of Toronto was awarded the Canada Gold Medal by the National Science and Engineering Research Council. This is a high honour for a Canadian scientist, instituted in 1991 and awarded annually, but not previously to a mathematician, and the choice of Arthur, although certainly a recognition of his greatmerits, is also a recognition of the vigour of contemporary Canadian mathematics.

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