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British-American computer scientist, mathematician, physicist, writer and businessman

According to Wikipedia, Stephen Wolfram is a British-American computer scientist, physicist, and businessman. He is known for his work in computer science, mathematics, and in theoretical physics. In 2012, he was named a fellow of the American Mathematical Society.

- The Mathematica Book (3869)
- A new kind of science (3054)
- Statistical mechanics of cellular automata (2658)
- Mathematica - a system for doing mathematics by computer, 2nd Edition (2560)
- Universality and complexity in cellular automata (1962)
- Theory and Applications of Cellular Automata (1648)
- Cellular automata as models of complexity (1378)
- Cellular Automata And Complexity (895)
- Critical Transitions in Nature and Society (670)
- Cellular automaton fluids 1: Basic theory (610)
- A System for Doing Mathematics by Computer. (539)
- Random sequence generation by cellular automata (483)
- Two-dimensional cellular automata (468)
- The Mathematica book (4th edition) (435)
- Algebraic properties of cellular automata (414)
- The Mathematica book (3rd ed.) (393)
- Observables for the Analysis of Event Shapes in e+ e- Annihilation and Other Processes (369)
- Computation theory of cellular automata (322)
- Cryptography with Cellular Automata (302)
- Properties of the vacuum. I. mechanical and thermodynamic (298)
- Baryon number generation in the early universe (249)
- Twenty Problems in the Theory of Cellular Automata (191)
- The Mathematica book, 5th Edition (174)
- Computer Software in Science and Mathematics. (138)
- Bounds on particle masses in the Weinberg-Salam model (122)
- A QCD Model for e+ e- Annihilation (120)
- A model for parton showers in QCD (117)
- Abundances of new stable particles produced in the early universe (116)
- Event shapes in e+e− annihilation (104)
- In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree of (102)
- An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language (100)
- Quantum-chromodynamic estimates for heavy-particle production (92)
- Geometry of Binomial Coefficients (84)
- Cellular automata : proceedings of an interdisciplinary workshop, Los Alamos, New Mexico 87545, USA, March 7-11, 1983 (67)
- Cellular Automata And Complexity: Collected Papers (65)
- Theory and Applications of Cellular Automata: Including Selected Papers 1983-1986 (64)
- Approaches to complexity engineering (64)
- Cellular automata as simple self-organizing systems (55)
- Properties of the vacuum. 2. Electrodynamic (55)
- Tests for planar events in e+e− annihilation (39)
- The development of baryon asymmetry in the early universe (35)
- Symbolic mathematical computation (34)
- Spontaneous symmetry breaking and the expansion rate of the early universe (32)
- A Class of Models with the Potential to Represent Fundamental Physics (31)
- Calculation of Cosmological Baryon Asymmetry in Grand Unified Gauge Models (30)
- Tablet: personal computer of the year 2000 (29)
- One-dimensional Cellular Automata (26)
- Mathematica reference guide (20)
- SMP - A Symbolic Manipulation Program (19)
- Mathematica - the student book (18)
- Computational Law, Symbolic Discourse, and the AI Constitution (15)
- Lepton energy spectra in e+e- annihilation and other processes (12)
- Positivity constraints on quark and gluon distributions in QCD (12)
- The mathematica book -the definitive best-selling presentation of mathematica by the creator of the system; mathematica version 4, 4th Edition (11)
- Cellular automaton supercomputing (10)
- Complex Systems Theory 1 (10)
- Cosmological constraints on heavy weakly interacting fermions (8)
- Cellular automation supercomputing (8)
- QCD expectations for high-energy hadronic collisions (7)
- Electromagnetic radiative corrections to deep-inelastic neutrino interactions (6)
- Mathematica ® 3.0 Standard Add-on Packages (6)
- What Is Ultimately Possible in Physics (6)
- ABUNDANCES OF STABLE PARTICLES PRODUCED IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE (5)
- Cosmology with very large gauge models (5)
- Event shapes in deep inelastic lepton-hadron scattering☆ (5)
- Cellular Automata and Condensed Matter Physics (5)
- Transverse-momentum and angular distributions of hadroproduced muon pairs (5)
- A GALLIMAUFRY OF e+ e- ANNIHILATION EVENT SHAPES (5)
- Neutral weak interactions and particle decays (4)
- Is the universe random (4)
- Cosmological baryon-number generation in grand unified models (3)
- A Class of Models with the Potential to Represent Fundamental Physics (3)
- After 100 Years, Can We Finally Crack Post's Problem of Tag? A Story of Computational Irreducibility, and More (3)
- How do simple programs behave (3)
- Tables of Cellular Automaton Properties : 1986 (3)
- A New Kind of Science: A 15-Year View (3)
- Computer algebra: a 32-year update (3)
- Applications of Mathematica (2)
- What We've built Is a computational language (and that's very important!) (2)
- Thermodynamics and Hydrodynamics of Cellular Automata : 1985 (2)
- BOOK REVIEW on A New Kind of Science by Stephen Wolfram Wolfram (2)
- The Future of Computation (2)
- Are All Fish the Same Shape If You Stretch Them? The Victorian Tale of On Growth and Form (1)
- Remembering Richard Crandall (1947--2012) (1)
- Weak effects in. sigma. /sup 0/ decay (1)
- WORKING DRAFT-NOT FOR PUBLICATION Scientific Computation with the Connection Machine (1)
- Complex Systems Theory : 1988 (1)
- Black Hole Tech? (1)
- What is computation? (how) does nature compute? (1)
- Weak effects in Σ 0 decay (1)
- Hadronic Electrons? (1)
- Exploring Rulial Space: The Case of Turing Machines (1)
- Speaker Normalization with All-pass Transforms Center for Language and Speech Processing 72 Speaker Normalization with All-pass Transforms (1)
- Logic, Explainability and the Future of Understanding (1)
- Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Automata : 1983 (1)
- Heavy-particle production by cosmic rays (1)
- Cellular Automaton Fluids: Basic Theory : 1986 (1)
- Mathematica - reference guide: for Mathematica Version 2 (1)
- Introducing Mathematica (videotape) (0)
- Minimal Cellular Automaton Approximations to Continuum Systems (0)
- A century of Turing (0)
- Combinators and the Story of Computation (0)
- Enterpreneurism in Science & Business: A Personal Case Study (0)
- Analytical and empirical mathematics with computers (0)
- The Practical and Theoretical Future of Computation in Physics (0)
- Almost twenty years ago, I heard Stephen Wolfram speak at a Gordon Conference (0)
- Computational Law, Symbolic Discourse, and the AI Constitution (0)
- Taking Advantage of the Notebook Front End (0)
- The Road to Intrinsic Randomness (0)
- Constrained Eden (0)
- SOME TOPICS IN THEORETICAL HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS (0)
- A Bibliography of Combinators (0)
- COMPUTING: A NEW TOOL FOR FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS (0)
- New Directions in the Foundations of Mathematics (2002) (0)
- What Alan Turing Might Have Discovered (0)
- Two- and three-point energy correlations in Hadronice+e− annihilation (0)
- Pyrotechnic Switch with Fuse Function (0)
- Where Did Combinators Come From? Hunting the Story of Moses Sch\"onfinkel (0)
- Are All Fish the Same Shape If You Stretch Them? The Victorian Tale of On Growth and Form (0)
- Approaches to Complexity Engineering : 1986 (0)
- Cryptography with Cellular Automata : 1986 (0)
- The Problem of Distributed Consensus: A Survey (0)
- The Reform of Mathematical Notation ] Computation , Mathematical Notation , and Linguistics (0)
- Association for Computing Machinery. 1984 Computer Science Conference (0)
- NOTES ON A MODEL OF TWO-PHASE FLOW IN POBOUS MEDIA (0)
- The Mathematica book - Mathematica Version 3, 3rd Edition (0)
- Open Discussion on A Computable Universe (0)
- Multiway Turing Machines (0)
- Two-and Three-point Energy Correlations in Hadronic e + e-Annihilation * (0)
- Combinators: A Centennial View (0)
- Dropping In on Gottfried Leibniz (0)
- SOME MODELS FOR THE MASSIVE NARROW RESONANCES IK e"*" e" ANNIHILATION (0)
- Geometry of Binomial Coefficients : 1984 (0)
- Is the Universe Like π or Ω? (0)
- Erratum: Heavy-particle production by cosmic rays (0)
- The Empirical Metamathematics of Euclid and Beyond (0)
- The Prime Number Theorem (0)
- Some Modern Perspectives on the Quest for Ultimate Knowledge (0)
- The Computational Structure of Programs and the Universe (0)
- Opening the book of revelations (0)
- Multicomputation with Numbers: The Case of Simple Multiway Systems (0)
- Is the Universe a Universal Computer? a New Kind of Science (0)
- Computers in Science and Mathematics (0)
- Special Section on Computing at the Frontiers of Theoretical Physics - Introduction (0)

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