Coauthors and publication statistics

Coauthors (alphabetic by last name):

  1. Farid F Abraham 1998, 1997
  2. Largus Angenent 2012
  3. C. Thomas Avedisian 2014
  4. Thomas Bartol 1991
  5. Andrew H. Bass 2001, 2005, 2006, 2011
  6. Deana A. Bodnar 2001
  7. Robert H. Bonow 2009
  8. D Brodbeck 1998
  9. JQ Broughton 1998
  10. Michael J. Carrier 2014
  11. Richard C. Cavicchi 2014
  12. Kai-Yuan Chen 2014
  13. Eric J. Ching 2014
  14. Philip Ching* 2002
  15. Catherine Devine* 1990
  16. Helen Doerr 1996
  17. Damian O. Elias 2006
  18. David Farmer 1981
  19. Eliot Friedman 2012
  20. H Gao 1998
  21. T. Kent Gartner 1976
  22. Jerry Gerner 1998, 1997
  23. Richard Gillilan 1993
  24. Jacquline B. Grant 2002
  25. Matthias Gruhn 2005
  26. John Guckenheimer 2005
  27. William V Harris 1984
  28. Ron Harris-Warrick 2005
  29. Alan Hedge 1996, 1995
  30. Alex D. Holub 2001
  31. Nicholas J. Hornstein 2011
  32. Ronald R. Hoy 2004, 2006, 2009
  33. Engin Ipek* 2003
  34. Michael S. Isaacson 2006
  35. Danial J. Joe 2014
  36. Bruce R Johnson 2001, 2004, 2009, 2011
  37. J. Matthew Kittelberger 2006
  38. Lee A. W 2012
  39. David Lifka 1998, 1997
  40. David Lipson 2012
  41. Alison LoPerfido 1993
  42. Gus K. Lott III 2009
  43. Syed Tahmid Mahbub* 2016
  44. Andrew C. Mason 2006
  45. D McCrobie 1996, 1995
  46. S Morimoto 1996, 1995
  47. Devon Murphy 2006
  48. Keith B. Neeves 2006
  49. Robert M. Ochshorn 2009
  50. Thomas Podleski 1977, 1976, 1973
  51. Stefan R. Pulver 2011
  52. Aaron N. Rice 2011
  53. Simonetta Rodriguez 1996, 1995
  54. Miriam Rosenbaum 2012
  55. Marcy Rosenkrantz 1998, 1997
  56. WE Rudge 1998
  57. Edwin Salpeter 1991, 1984, 1981, 1980, 1977
  58. Miriam Salpeter 1991, 1984, 1981, 1980, 1977
  59. Antonio Sastre 1973
  60. David Schneider 1998, 1997
  61. James B. Shealy 2014
  62. Xiling Shen 2014
  63. Joseph Skovira 2001, 1998, 1997
  64. Andrew J. Spence 2006
  65. Simon Sponberg 2006
  66. Raphael Tsow* 1994
  67. Matt Weeg 2005
  68. Kyle D. Wesson 2009
  69. Nathan R Wilson 2001
  70. Robert Wyttenbach 2001, 2004
  71. James R. Young 2014

    *Nonrefereed publications

My Erdos Number is no greater than 4.
According to http://www.math.iupui.edu/~mmisiure/collab.html John Guckenheimer has Erdos number 3.

One possible path (Guckenheimer-Misiurewicz-Schinzel-Erdos) is:

  1. L. Block, J. Guckenheimer, M. Misiurewicz and L.-S. Young, Periodic points and topological
    entropy of one dimensional maps, in “Global Theory of Dynamical Systems”, Lecture Notes
    in Math. 819, Springer, Berlin (1980), pp. 18-34.
  2. M. Misiurewicz and A. Schinzel, On n numbers on a circle, Hardy-Ramanujan
    Journal, 1988, 11, 30-39.
  3. Erdos and Schinzel, Distributions of the values of some arithmetical functions, Acta Arith. 6 (1961), 473-485.

Paths of length 6:


Hirsch (Science, vol 309, p 1181 People, Nature 436, 900-900 (18 Aug 2005) News ) suggests a individual impact factor computed as the largest number of papers, h, a person has produced, each with at least h citations.
Web'O'Science as ofJan 2017, suggests my h=13.
Google Scholar as of Feb 2017 suggests my h=20.


Sune Lehmann, Andrew Jackson and Benny Lautrup suggest (Nature 444, 1003-1004, 21 December 2006) that average citation/paper is more reliable than Hirsch's measure.
Web'O'Science: As of Jan 2017, I had 717 citations on 25 academic papers, so citations/paper=28.
Google Scholar: As of Jan 2017, I had 1193 citations on 34 academic papers, so citations/paper=35.