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John Horton Conway
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Patrick C. Fischer
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Edward F. Moore
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Simon P. Norton
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J. C. P. Miller
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Michael John Lesser (28 September 1943 – 1 July 2015) was a mathematical philosopher and political activist. He was born in London.
Edgar F. Codd
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Peter S. Albin
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John von Neumann
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