Simon Sidon or Simon Szidon (1892 in Versec, Kingdom of Hungary – 27 April 1941, Budapest, Hungary) was a reclusive Hungarian mathematician who worked on trigonometric series and orthogonal systems and who introduced Sidon sequences and Sidon sets.
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