The Last 100 Days of the Bieberbach Conjecture

  • O. M. Fomenko
  • G. V. Kuz’mina

Abstract

In mathematics there exist many beautiful hypotheses, but few of them have had profound influence on the development of the subject in the large. One of these hypotheses, however, is the Bieberbach conjecture.

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  • G. V. Kuz’mina

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