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    Erdös number = 5

    For what it's worth (nothing), Vitorino Ramos has discovered that his Erdös number is 4, since Ajith Abraham's is 3, which means that my own number ls 5, by way of India and Portugal.
    I would very much prefer to have an H of 16, but as I expected, it's taking quite a loooong time.
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    De: Vitorino Ramos Fecha: 2008-06-12 18:50

    Yes, it values nothing. Anyway, I take it for fun. It's nice to meet our grand-grand-fathers on the whole math social network, their lives and their works. As you know, we all stand on giant shoulders. For instance, besides Erdös himself, one of them was president of the Indian Math Society: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hansraj_Gupta.

    Here is the complete path, with refs and links to all works. Best, v. :

    # Paul Erdös, Hansraj Gupta, Khare, S.P., "On the number of distinct prime divisors of {n,k}", in Utilitas Math. 10, 51-60, 1976. # Hansraj Gupta, Baikunth Nath, "Enumeration of Stochastic Cubes", in Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Nathematics Vol. 5, Nos. 5 & 6, 1973. # Ajith Abraham, Baikunth Nath, "A Neuro-Fuzzy Approach for Forecasting Electricity Demand In Victoria", in Applied Soft Computing Journal, Elsevier Science, Volume 1&2, pp. 127-138, 2001. # Vitorino Ramos, Ajith Abraham, "Swarms on Continuous Data", in CEC´03 - Congress on Evolutionary Computation, IEEE Press, ISBN 078-0378-04-0, pp.1370-1375, Canberra, Australia, 8-12 Dec. 2003.

    http://www.zblmath.fiz-karlsruhe.de/MATH/general/erdos/cit/pdf/33910006.pdf
    http://www.new.dli.ernet.in/rawdataupload/upload/insa/INSA_2/20005a80_545.pdf
    http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/abraham01neurofuzzy.html
    http://www.chemoton.org/Ramos03CEC-45.pdf



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