Miklós Schweitzer Competition
The Schweitzer contest is uniquely high-level among mathematics competitions. The problems, written by prominent Hungarian mathematicians, are challenging and require in-depth knowledge of the fields represented. The competition is open-book and competitors are allowed ten days to come up with solutions.
The problems on the competition can be classified roughly in the following categories: 1. Algebra 2. Combinatorics 3. Theory of Functions 4. Geometry 5. Measure Theory 6. Number Theory 7. Operators 8. Probability Theory 9. Sequences and Series 10. Topology 11. Set Theory
- Székely, Gábor J., ed. (1996). Contests in Higher Mathematics: Miklós Schweitzer Competitions 1962–1991. New York, Springer-Verlag. ISBN 0-387-94588-1.
- Contests in higher mathematics (Hungary, 1949–1961). In memoriam Miklós Schweitzer. (G. Szasz, L. Geher, I. Kovacs, L. Pinter, eds), Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 1968 260 pp.
- Miklós Schweitzer Competition Problems in recent years
- Problems of the Miklós Schweitzer Memorial Competition at http://artofproblemsolving.com/
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