have been a part of the folklore of
mathematicians throughout the world for many years. Those who
have written a joint paper with
have Erdös number 1. Those
who have written a joint paper with someone who has Erdös number 1 have
Erdös number 2. And so on. My Erdös number is 3 as the following papers
P. Erdös, G. Tenenbaum, On
arithmetic functions involving consecutive divisors, Analytic
Number Theory (Allerton Park, IL, 1989), 77-90, Progr. Math. 85, Birkhäuser Boston, Boston, MA, 1990.
C. Bessenrodt, J. B. Olsson, K. Ono,
power degree representations of the symmetric and alternating groups,
J. London Math. Soc. (2)
64 (2001), no. 2, 344-356.
3. C. Bessenrodt,
M. R. Pournaki, A. Reifegerste, A
note on the orthogonal basis of a certain full
symmetry class of tensors, Linear Algebra Appl.
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