The maximum product of weights of cross-intersecting families, a research paper by Dr Peter Borg, senior lecturer in the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Science, has recently been published in the Journal of the London Mathematical Society (JLMS).
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Several world-class mathematicians published important mathematical results in LMS journals, including Alan Turing (father of computer science and artificial intelligence, portrayed in the film The Imitation Game), Srinivasa Ramanujan (portrayed in the film The Man Who Knew Infinity), Godfrey Hardy, John Littlewood, Paul Erdős, John Conway, Andrew Wiles, Ben Green, and Fields Medal awardees Klaus Roth, Michael Atiyah, Alan Baker, John Thompson, Simon Donaldson, Jean Bourgain, Timothy Gowers and Terence Tao.
The following are research papers by Dr Borg that were also published by LMS: