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Along with his peripatetic proclivity, he never married, never had children, never bought a home and never had a regular job or very much money.

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Instead he traveled, carrying all his worldly possessions in two suitcases, making a temporary home with collaborators. This lifestyle took him throughout the U. At last count, he published papers with people. Despite his obnoxious behavior, Erds was usually welcomed back, and remained friends with most of the people he visited. Reportedly, he was a radiantly happy person, a delightful collaborator, and had a gift for getting people to do mathematics to the best of their capabilities. In fact, a more fitting celebration for Erds might be December 26, , or 1, months after his birth: 1, is the total number of papers he collaborated on, which is more than any other mathematician in history.

Erds—who had a lifelong affair with caffeine, and later amphetamines—regularly worked 20 hours a day. Into his 70s, Erds was publishing more papers per year than many good mathematicians publish during their lifetimes. This tremendous volume of work, spread out over various disciplines and all over the world, has left the mathematician with a very fitting legacy: the Erds number. If you collaborated with him on a paper, your Erds number is 1. If you have no collaborative connection, your Erds number is infinite.

As time has gone on the highest reported Erds number has increased: from 8 in to 15 in Other versions demand that publications may only have two authors in order to be counted toward an Erds number.