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Emilie Virginia Haynsworth

American mathematician

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Emilie Virginia Haynsworth was an American mathematician at Auburn University who worked in linear algebra and matrix theory. She gave the name to Schur complements and is the namesake of the Haynsworth inertia additivity formula. She was known for the "absolute originality" of her mathematical formulations, her "strong and independent mind", her "fine sense of mathematical elegance", and her "strong mixture of the traditional and unconventional".

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Columbia University

Private Ivy League research university in New York City

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Public research university in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Wilson College

Private liberal arts college in Pennsylvania

Coker University

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Auburn University

Public university in Auburn, Alabama, United States

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#4102 World Rank
Mathematics
#57132 World Rank
Computer Science
#92243 World Rank
Philosophy
#235301 World Rank
Engineering
#341906 World Rank
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