Gilbert de Beauregard Robinson (1906–1992) was a Canadian mathematician most famous for his work on combinatorics and representation theory of the symmetric groups, including the Robinson-Schensted algorithm.
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... Gilbert Robinson was born in Toronto in 1906 ... Robinson specialized in the study of the symmetric groups on which he became a recognized authority ... that would later become known as the Robinson-Schensted correspondence ...
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