Authors: Jorma Jormakka
This article is a case study investigating the following issues: how well general purpose problem solving methods work on hard mathematical problems, how much time is required in order to learn enough from the fields in order to attack such hard problems, are there easy formulations and treatments of the Clay millennium prize problems, and what is the sociological response from the mathemacical community and media to proposed solutions to hard mathematical problems.
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