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- Famous trails to Paul Erdos. de Castro, Rodrigo; Grossman, Jerrold W. // Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer99, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p51
Explores collaboration paths from mathematician Paul Erdos to researchers inside and outside of mathematics. Collaboration graph; Nobel prize winners with an Erdos number representation; Requirement for a mathematician's entrance into the Erdos component of C. INSET: The Erdos graph and the...

- THE MAN WHO LOVES ONLY NUMBERS. Hoffman, Paul // Atlantic (02769077);Nov87, Vol. 260 Issue 5, p60
Profiles Paul Erdos, touted to be the most prolific and most eccentric mathematician in the world. Personal and educational background; Key contributions to the field of mathematics; Predilections.

- Paul Erdos. Wolos, Cassandra // 21st Century;Jan1999, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p36
The article discusses the life of mathematician Paul Erdos, whom the author considers her personal hero. According to the author, Erdos never learned to tie his shoes, never drove a car or sliced his own piece of fruit. Yet he was admired by the top intellectuals of the world and figured...

- Remembering ErdÅ‘s. GRAHAM, RON // Math Horizons;Apr2013, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p11
The article celebrates the life and works of author and mathematician Paul ErdÅ‘s, also known as trampolinist and juggler, that has served as president of the American Mathematical Society, the Mathematical Association of America and the International Jugglers Association. The author...

- Predicting the Future: Four Classic Conjectures of Mathematics. Soifer, Alexander // Mathematics Competitions;2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p16
An essay is presented concerning the four classic theories of mathematics as laid down by mathematicians Paul Erdos and Alexander Soifer. Topics discussed include an overview of the type of mathematical problems presented at the Math Olympiad, a description of the four theories or conjectures of...

- Paul ErdÃ¶s. Monroe, Helen; Scott, Paul // Australian Mathematics Teacher;Jun2004, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p14
Profiles mathematician Paul ErdÃ¶s. Awards he received; Approach of ErdÃ¶s to mathematics; Examples of ErdÃ¶s' mathematical problems.

- No 10-Element Subset of the First 100 Counting Numbers is Subset-Sum-Distinct. Harper, Brian // Ohio Journal of School Mathematics;Fall2013, Issue 68, p16
The purpose of this article is to present a solution to an interesting problem suggested by Richard Little of Baldwin-Wallace College involving "subset-sum-distinctness." Paul ErdÃ¶s introduced the notion of "subset-sum-distinctness;" however, the focus of this article is instead on the...

- On the probability of the occurrence of a copy of a fixed graph in a random distance graph. Zhukovskii, M. // Mathematical Notes;Nov2012, Vol. 92 Issue 5/6, p756
The threshold probability of the occurrence of a copy of a balanced graph in a random distance graph is obtained. The technique used by P. ErdÅ‘s and A. RÃ©nyi for determining the threshold probability for the classical random graph could not be applied in the model under consideration. In...

- A Mathematician by Chance. Baranyi, Márton // Hungarian Quarterly;Spring2013, Vol. 53 Issue 205/206, p52
An interview with Hungarian scientist and mathematician Endre SzemerÃ©di is presented. He comments on winning the prestigious Abel Prize, an international mathematics prize awarded by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. He explains his work in the fields of discrete mathematics and...