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Tag Archives: Robert Morris
Paul Balister, Béla Bollobás, Robert Morris, Julian Sahasrabudhe, and Marius Tiba: Flat polynomials exist!
Béla Bollobás and Paul Erdős at the University of Cambridge in 1990. Credit George Csicsery (from the 1993 film “N is a Number”) (source) (I thank Gady Kozma for telling me about the result.) An old problem from analysis with a … Continue reading