2009
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-01373-7_1
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“…Stubhaug often raised the question of whether the 200 year anniversary of Abel's birth could provide the perfect opportunity to revitalize plans for a prize in memory of Abel? He shared his thoughts with many Norwegian mathematicians, but even though several expressed interest in the history and the idea, the mathematical community generally felt that an Abel Prize was, in Stubhaug's words: ‘extremely unrealistic.’ (Stubhaug, , p. 5) Stubhaug's efforts to bring the idea of an Abel Prize back to life seemed to amount to nothing.…”
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“…Stubhaug often raised the question of whether the 200 year anniversary of Abel's birth could provide the perfect opportunity to revitalize plans for a prize in memory of Abel? He shared his thoughts with many Norwegian mathematicians, but even though several expressed interest in the history and the idea, the mathematical community generally felt that an Abel Prize was, in Stubhaug's words: ‘extremely unrealistic.’ (Stubhaug, , p. 5) Stubhaug's efforts to bring the idea of an Abel Prize back to life seemed to amount to nothing.…”
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“…After listening to Stubhaug's story, the Telenor CEO promised Stubhaug that he would do everything he could to ensure that an Abel prize was realized. The relationship with the Swedes should not also end the plans for an Abel Prize, and the Telenor CEO promised Stubhaug that he would do everything he could to grab this new opportunity.The two separated with mutual assurances that they would promote the cause with renewed vigor, Hermansen through his political contacts and Stubhaug through the mathematicians at the University of Oslo (Stubhaug, , p. 5).…”
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“…Stubhaug [Stu10] in the first book explains how the King's prize was a precursor of the Abel Prize that we know today. A much longer essay, "The Abel Prize-The missing Nobel in mathematics?"…”
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