5 thoughts on “(Eran Nevo) The g-Conjecture I

  1. Gil Kalai Post author

    Thanks, Eran! The g-conjecture for spheres is probably the single problem I worked longest and hardest to solve (without success), and several other people worked on it too. There are various interesting problems around it and it is connected to all sort of fascinating mathematics.

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