Ivo Lah (pronounced [ˈiːʋɔ ˈlax]; 5 September 1896 – 23 March 1979) was a Slovenian mathematician and actuary, best known for his discovery of the Lah numbers in 1955 and for the Lah identity. In the 1930s, Lah made the first tables about mortality rates in Slovenia.
|Died||23 March 1979 82) (aged|
|Alma mater||University of Zagreb|
|Known for||Lah numbers|
In the 1930s, Lah made the first tables about mortality rates in Slovenia. Lah published Racunske osnovice zivotnog osiguranja in 1947.
- Tomaz Pisanski (2002). Ivo Lah. MacTutor History of Mathematics; accessed 5 March 2016.
- Berlec, Metod (4 March 2019). "Dr. Janez Malačič: Pri nas je rodnost približno za tretjino prenizka glede na tisto, ki bi bila potrebna, da bi se prebivalstvo normalno obnavljalo!" (in Slovenian). Retrieved September 9, 2019.