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Communication in mathematics and physics

Joppy

Well-known member
MHB Math Helper
Mar 17, 2016
256
I suspect many here are published within their fields.
  1. What is your general advice for writing academic papers in mathematics, physics or any other "hard" science discipline?

  2. Were there any resources that helped you?

  3. What have you found to be the most successful aspects of your approach to communication?

  4. Do you feel it has been worth committing large amounts of time to the write-up process? Or could you have achieved the same responses for much less.

  5. What is the longest amount of time you've spent working on a problem, and how long did it take you to prepare a manuscript for publication?
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Opalg

MHB Oldtimer
Staff member
Feb 7, 2012
2,649
Leeds, UK
I suspect many here are published within their fields.
  1. What is your general advice for writing academic papers in mathematics, physics or any other "hard" science discipline?

  2. Were there any resources that helped you?
Start with Paul Halmos's famous article on How to write mathematics.