Category:Pseudonymous mathematicians

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This category collects authors of mathematical research or research-level exposition, who have been identified as pseudonyms for one or more mathematicians: Most notably, Nicolas Bourbaki.

It also includes pseudonymous mathematical humor, such as parodies of mathematical papers, written by research mathematicians for their peers and published in professional venues: For example, the lion-hunting papers of H. Pétard (Ralph Boas Jr.).

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Pages in category "Pseudonymous mathematicians"

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