Peter D. T. A. Elliott

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Peter D. T. A. Elliott is an American mathematician, working in the field of number theory. He is one of the two mathematicians after whom the Elliott–Halberstam conjecture is named.[1]

He obtained his Ph.D. in 1966, from the University of Cambridge, under supervision of Harold Davenport.[2] He currently teaches at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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  1. ^ Elliot, P.D.T.A.; Halberstam, H. (1968–1969), "A conjecture in prime number theory", Symp. Math. 4: 59–72 .
  2. ^ Peter D. T. A. Elliott at the Mathematics Genealogy Project

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