Here is Hilbert is his famous address of 1900: The supply of problems in mathematics is inexhaustible, and as soon as one problem is solved numerous others come forth in its place. Permit me in the following, tentatively as it were, to mention particular deﬁnite problems, drawn from various branches of mathematics, from the discussion of which an advancement of science may be expected
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