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Paul T. Bateman


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P. T. Bate­man: “On the rep­res­ent­a­tions of a num­ber as the sum of three squares,” Trans. Am. Math. Soc. 71 : 1 (1951), pp. 70–​101. This is Bate­man’s 1946 PhD thes­is. MR 0042438 Zbl 0043.​04603 article

E. Land­au: Hand­buch der Lehre von der Ver­teilung der Primzah­len, 2nd edition. Chelsea Pub­lish­ing Co. (New York), 1953. In two volumes; with an ap­pendix by Paul T. Bate­man. MR 0068565 book

P. T. Bate­man and R. A. Horn: “Primes rep­res­en­ted by ir­re­du­cible poly­no­mi­als in one vari­able,” pp. 119–​132 in The­ory of num­bers (Pas­adena, CA, 21–22 Novem­ber 1963). Edi­ted by A. L. White­man. Pro­ceed­ings of Sym­po­sia in Pure Math­em­at­ics 8. Amer­ic­an Math­em­at­ic­al So­ci­ety (Provid­ence, RI), 1965. MR 0176966 Zbl 0136.​32902 incollection

D. K. Co­hoon, P. A. Bat­nik, D. E. Knuth, I. Vardi, and N. J. Fine: “Prob­lems and solu­tions: Ad­vanced prob­lems: 6579–6582,” Amer. Math. Monthly 95 : 8 (1988), pp. 773–​774. P. A. Bat­nik is the pseud­onym of Paul T. Bate­man and Bruce Reznick. MR 1541385 article

P. T. Bate­man, J. L. Sel­fridge, and S. S. Wag­staff, Jr.: “The new Mersenne con­jec­ture,” Am. Math. Mon. 96 : 2 (February 1989), pp. 125–​128. This was part of the reg­u­lar AMM fea­ture “The Ed­it­or’s Corner”. MR 992073 Zbl 0694.​10005 article