Leroy Milton Kelly
Leroy Milton Kelly (8 May 1914 – 21 February 2002) was an American mathematician whose research primarily concerned combinatorial geometry. In 1986 he settled a conjecture of Jean-Pierre Serre by proving that n points in complex 3-space, not all lying on a plane, determine an ordinary line--that is, a line containing only two of the n points.
- Kelly, L. M. (1986), "A resolution of the Sylvester–Gallai problem of J. P. Serre", Discrete and Computational Geometry, 1 (1): 101–104, doi:10.1007/BF02187687.
- Kelly, L. M.; Moser, W. O. J. (1958), "On the number of ordinary lines determined by n points", Canad. J. Math., 10: 210–219, doi:10.4153/CJM-1958-024-6.
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