Whilst most people are happy to leave the academic study of mathematics to university professors and researchers, the history of math includes a lot of amateurs — people who had other jobs and did math as a hobby. Sometimes, these math enthusiasts conduct pioneering work in math and advance the forefront of knowledge. He was an exceptional student at school, but at the age of 16 his family could no longer afford to send him to school. It was then that he then moved into the telegraph industry, where his uncle was an inventor and businessman. Whilst working as an electrician, he taught himself mathematics and physics on the side. At first, his research covered practical and experimental electrical results.
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5 Amateur Mathematicians Who Revolutionized Math
soft question - What recent discoveries have amateur mathematicians made? - MathOverflow
Knowledge has always been advanced in human culture based on the ideas of others. Our entire knowledge structure today is based on what we, as a species, learned in the past. Each generation learns what the previous generation already knew, and then expands upon this base of knowledge for the next generation. A problem with this system is that the amount of knowledge one must know before one can make an original contribution to the existing knowledge base increases with each generation. In other words, each generation spends more time than the previous generation learning about existing knowledge before adding their knowledge to the pool. One way we have already begun to combat this problem is with increasing specialization.
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List of amateur mathematicians
Philip Gibbs is not a professional mathematician. So when he wanted a problem to chew on, he looked for one where even an amateur could make a difference. What he found was a challenge that could drive even the most exacting minds mad. In a paper completed earlier this year, Gibbs achieved a major advance on a year-old question that hinges on the ability to accurately measure area down to the atomic scale.
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