Linked Questions

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Has there ever been an open problem solved on Math.SE?

This question made me wonder if an open problem had ever been solved via collaboration on StackExchange.
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Finding coauthor/s for a research paper

In some of my research it is important to have knowledge of mathematics of a specific field beyond that, which I learned in my degree. In such situations it is very helpful to get support from a ...
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Citing stackexchange postings

Have any postings to stackexchange been cited in scholarly publications? If one does that, should one just name the author, the subject line, the date of posting, and the URL?
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Can I publish your answer?

Lets say that I build up parts of a chain of reasoning leading to a publishable research discovery by posting one or more questions on http://math.stackexchange.com (or any other public Q/A-board), ...
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Theses and dissertations that originated on math.SE

In a comment to my question about published papers that originated on math.SE Asaf asks about master's theses. I think it would be interesting to have a list of those as well. So, that's what this ...
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Math SE references in thesis

I am writing my bachelor's degree thesis and have used a number of Math SE (and a Physics SE) question as references. My thesis supervisor is a bit unsure how appropriate this is. I used them mainly ...
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Publishing Answer?

It seems to me that my answer at If $f$ is a smooth real valued function on real line such that $f'(0)=1$ and $|f^{(n)} (x)|$ is uniformly bounded by $1$ , then $f(x)=\sin x$? deserves to become ...
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Regarding research work. [duplicate]

Suppose I have asked some question related to my research and got the answer. May I add that result and proof(obtained on this site) in my research article?