Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero's Erdős number


My Erdős number (of the first kind) is 5. This is equal to the median for mathematicians. Details of the path are given below.

For the close links between Paul Erdős and Manchester, see this Manchet post.


0 Paul Erdős  

Erdős, Paul & Zsolt Tuza (1990). Rainbow Hamiltonian paths and canonically colored subgraphs in infinite complete graphs. Mathematica Pannonica 1: 5-13.

1 Zsolt Tuza  

Kornai, András & Zsolt Tuza (1992). Narrowness, pathwidth, and their application in natural language processing. Discrete Applied Mathematics 36: 87-92.

2 András Kornai  

Kornai, András & Geoffrey K. Pullum (1990). The X-bar theory of phrase structure. Language 66: 24-50.

3 Geoffrey K. Pullum  

Payne, John, Rodney Huddleston & Geoffrey K. Pullum (2007). Fusion of functions: the syntax of once, twice, and thrice. Journal of Linguistics 43: 565–603.

4 John Payne  

Bermúdez-Otero, Ricardo & John Payne (2011). There are no special clitics. In Alexandra Galani, Glyn Hicks & George Tsoulas (eds), Morphology and its interfaces (Linguistik Aktuell 178), 147–186. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

5 Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero