The translation is done: https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.04574

]]>haha, could you take a moment for a few silly but serious question?

I want to be good and have fluency at math, unfortunately, I’m not. Searching about your proof of Goldbach conjecture, I read your profile, and my attention was attrated by one word really strongly. That was “I’m a number theorist BY TRAINING.” I have heard a lot of time there is no royal road to mathematics. but if you really have built you mathematical ability by training, could you tell me your “effective” road to mathematics? for example, how to deal with when stuck on problems or facing some difficult concepts. then it will be very helpful to me.

Thanks in advance for your kind answer. and I hope you have a nice research and wonderful time. also someday talk with you about math by Korean! ]]>

Any update? Will the student do it?

]]>Interesting. Why hadn’t we heard about this? What is this “SAG” problem exactly, and how does it help with graph isomorphism problem?

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