David William Masser (born 8 November 1948) is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Basel. Along with Joseph Oesterlé, Masser formulated the abc conjecture which has been called "the most important unsolved problem in Diophantine analysis".

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  • David William Masser (born 8 November 1948) is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Basel. Along with Joseph OesterlĂ©, Masser formulated the abc conjecture which has been called "the most important unsolved problem in Diophantine analysis". (en)
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  • David William Masser (born 8 November 1948) is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Basel. Along with Joseph OesterlĂ©, Masser formulated the abc conjecture which has been called "the most important unsolved problem in Diophantine analysis". (en)
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