Sidney Graham

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Sidney Graham
Nationality American
Fields Mathematics
Institutions Central Michigan University
Alma mater University of Michigan
Doctoral advisor Hugh Montgomery

Sidney West Graham is a mathematician interested in analytic number theory and professor at Central Michigan University. His received his Ph.D., which was supervised by Hugh Montgomery, from the University of Michigan in 1977.[1] In his Ph.D. thesis he lowered the upper bound for Linnik's constant to 36 and subsequently reduced the bound further to 20.[2] He has Erdos number of 1 through a joint paper with Paul Erdos in 1996. [3] [4]


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  1. ^ Sidney Graham at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  2. ^ Graham, S. (1981), "On Linnik's constant", Acta Arithmetica 39 (2): 163–179, MR 639625 .
  3. ^ Graham, Erdös, Ivic, Pomerance."On the Number of Divisors of n!", Analytic Number Theory, Proceedings of a Conference in Honor of Heini Halberstam (1996)
  4. ^ "Complete List of People with Erdos#1"

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