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Doron Zeilberger

by Michael Nielsen on February 25, 2004

Every so often I enjoy looking at mathematician Doron Zeilberger’s page of opinions. (He also has some other nice stuff).

I enjoyed this recent opinion, especially the stuff about Gelfand’s approach to seminars – to constantly interrupt the seminar until every point is made as simply and clearly as possible.

Other opinions I particularly enjoyed: 1, on the value of publishing incomplete proofs, 2, on confessing dumb mistakes, and 3, on different types of creativity.

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