When the great Hungarian mathematician Paul Erdős died in 1996 at 83, he left behind a staggering body of work. With nearly 1,500 academic articles to his credit—by far the most extensive publishing record of any mathematician in history—Erdős collaborated with 485 co-authors during his...
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