"[79] The naming was proposed by "K. Sárneczky, Z. Kuli" (Kuli being the asteroid's discoverer). See also[edit] List of topics named after Paul Erdős – including conjectures, numbers, prizes, and theorems Box-making game Covering system Dimension (graph theory) Even circuit theorem Friendship graph Minimum overlap problem Probabilistic method Probabilistic number theory The Martians (scientists) References[edit] ^ "Mathematics Genealogy Project". Retrieved 13 August 2012. ^ "The Sum-Product Problem Shows How Addition and Multiplication Constrain Each Other".

Purdy Alexander Soifer Béla Bollobás[1] Paul Erdős (Hungarian: Erdős Pál [ˈɛrdøːʃ ˈpaːl]; 26 March 1913 – 20 September 1996) was a Hungarian mathematician. He was one of the most prolific mathematicians and producers of mathematical conjectures[2] of the 20th century. [3] Erdős pursued and proposed problems in discrete mathematics, graph theory, number theory, mathematical analysis, approximation theory, set theory, and probability theory.

Extremal combinatorics owes to him a whole approach, derived in part from the tradition of analytic number theory. Erdős found a proof for Bertrand's postulate which proved to be far neater than Chebyshev's original one. He also discovered the first elementary proof for the prime number theorem, along with Atle Selberg. However, the circumstances leading up to the proofs, as well as publication disagreements, led to a bitter dispute between Erdős and Selberg. [39][40] Erdős also contributed to fields in which he had little real interest, such as topology, where he is credited as the first person to give an example of a totally disconnected topological space that is not zero-dimensional, the Erdős space.

Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. ISBN 3-540-22469-6. ^ a b c Bruno 2003, p. 121 ^ a b Bruno 2003, p. 122 ^ "Erdős Pál sírja - grave 17A-6-29". agt. bme. hu. Archived from the original on 4 April 2016. Retrieved 2 December 2017. ^ Hoffman 1998, p. 3. ^ The full quote is "Note the pair of long accents on the "ő, " often (even in Erdos's own papers) by mistake or out of typographical necessity replaced by "ö, " the more familiar German umlaut which also exists in Hungarian. ", from Erdős, Paul; Miklós, D. ; Sós, Vera T.

He became a member of the scientific academies of eight countries, including the U. National Academy of Sciences and the UK Royal Society. [26] He became a foreign member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1977. [27] Shortly before his death, he renounced his honorary degree from the University of Waterloo over what he considered to be unfair treatment of colleague Adrian Bondy. [28][29] Mathematical work[edit] Erdős was one of the most prolific publishers of papers in mathematical history, comparable only with Leonhard Euler; Erdős published more papers, mostly in collaboration with other mathematicians, while Euler published more pages, mostly by himself. [30] Erdős wrote around 1, 525 mathematical articles in his lifetime, [31] mostly with co-authors.

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The payment for the solution of the problem is currently worth US$5, 000. [47] The most familiar problem with an Erdős prize is likely the Collatz conjecture, also called the 3N + 1 problem. Erdős offered $500 for a solution. Collaborators[edit] Erdős' most frequent collaborators include Hungarian mathematicians András Sárközy (62 papers) and András Hajnal (56 papers), and American mathematician Ralph Faudree (50 papers).

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Paul Erdős - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Paul ErdősPaul Erdős in 1992Born26 March 1913Budapest, Austria-HungaryDied20 September 1996 (aged 83)Warsaw, PolandNationalityHungarianAlma materRoyal Hungarian Pázmány Péter UniversityKnown forNamesakes A very large number of results and conjectures (more than 1, 500 articles), and a very large number of coauthors (more than 500)AwardsWolf Prize (1983/84)AMS Cole Prize (1951)Scientific careerFieldsMathematicsInstitutionsVictoria University of ManchesterPrinceton University Purdue University University of Pennsylvania University of Notre Dame Stanford University Syracuse University Hebrew University of Jerusalem Technion – Israel Institute of Technology Doctoral advisorLipót FejérDoctoral studentsJoseph KruskalGeorge B.

0011. ^ a b Chern, Shiing-Shen; Hirzebruch, Friedrich (2000). Wolf Prize in Mathematics. World Scientific. p. 294. ISBN 978-981-02-3945-9. ^ "Paul Erdős". Retrieved 11 June 2015. ^ a b c d e "Paul Erdős - Biography". Maths History. Retrieved 6 July 2022. ^ Hoffman 1998, p. 66. ^ Hoffman, Paul (1 July 2016). ""Paul Erdős: The Man Who Loved Only Numbers" video lecture". YouTube. The University of Manchester. Retrieved 17 March 2017.

Astronomy[edit] In 2021 the minor planet (asteroid) 405571 (temporarily designated 2005 QE87) was formally named "Erdőspál" to commemorate Erdős, with the citation describing him as "a Hungarian mathematician, much of whose work centered around discrete mathematics. His work leaned towards solving previously open problems, rather than developing or exploring new areas of mathematics.

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The offers remained active despite Erdős's death; Ronald Graham was the (informal) administrator of solutions, and a solver could receive either an original check signed by Erdős before his death (for memento only, cannot be cashed) or a cashable check from Graham. [46] Perhaps the most mathematically notable of these problems is the Erdős conjecture on arithmetic progressions: If the sum of the reciprocals of a sequence of integers diverges, then the sequence contains arithmetic progressions of arbitrary length. If true, it would solve several other open problems in number theory (although one main implication of the conjecture, that the prime numbers contain arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions, has since been proved independently as the Green–Tao theorem).

^ Alexander, James (27 September 1998). "Planning an Infinite Stay". The New York Times. Retrieved 6 May 2022. ^ Babai, László. "Paul Erdős just left town". Archived from the original on 9 June 2011. ^ a b c d e Bruno 2003, p. 120 ^ Csicsery, George Paul (2005). N Is a Number: A Portrait of Paul Erdős.

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(29 March 1999). "Paul Erdos: The Oddball's Oddball". Time. Archived from the original on 6 January 2012. ^ "Erdos biography". Gap-system. org. Archived from the original on 7 June 2011. Retrieved 29 May 2010. ^ a b Baker, A. ; Bollobas, B. (1999). "Paul Erdős 26 March 1913 – 20 September 1996: Elected For. Mem. R. 1989". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. 45: 147–164. doi:10. 1098/rsbm. 1999.

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