Keith Briggs

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Keith Briggs - computational records

I like to use computers to solve unusual mathematical problems, especially in computational number theory and graph theory.

Of course, there is a serious purpose behind this work - mainly to develop algorithms which are efficient in practice, not just in theory; but also to test conjectures, and to check the accuracy of asymptotic expansions.

Here are some of my results that I believe set world records for most precise or extensive computation:

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