Biographical Memoirs: V.81 (Biographical Memoirs: A Series) by Office of the Home Secretary, National Academy of Sciences

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Primarily because of the renown among mathematicians generated by his having solved a famous conjecture, Bing was offered positions at Princeton University and at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Moore naturally wrote letters of recommendation. One comment he made was that, although the Kline sphere characterization problem was a much better known topic than that of planar webs, Moore felt that it was Bing’s work on planar webs that demonstrated that Bing had the mathematical strength to be an outstanding mathematician.

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