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Well, you could try describing your paper at meta.mathoverflow.net/questions/617/best-of-mathoverflow (Some people might feel uneasy citing their own work at a thread entitled "Best of MathOverflow", but perhaps that title should be interpreted broadly. I think it would be fine to answer there.) — Todd Trimble ♦ 7 hours ago
I wonder if the title should be changed from "Best of MathOverflow" to "Publications resulting from MathOverflow" (or maybe "inspired by"?). It has in fact developed into publication citing. — Joseph O'Rourke Apr 9 '17 at 1:57
@JosephO'Rourke What you write is perhaps true. OTOH the ones which MO community considers the best are quite likely to rise to the top based on voting, so in this sense it might still be a fitting title. I'll point out that Todd Trimble recently commented on the title of this thread: Some people might feel uneasy citing their own work at a thread entitled "Best of MathOverflow", but perhaps that title should be interpreted broadlyMartin Sleziak 10 secs ago
 
 
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Q: Best of MathOverflow, or papers inspired by MathOverflow

François G. DoraisThis is a place to collect MathOverflow success stories! Was some of your research inspired by something on MathOverflow? Do you know questions & answers that led to interesting research? MathOverflow citations? Open problems solved on MathOverflow? Then add your story in an answer! (One story ...

 
 
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(Incidentally, I've just changed the title of "Best of MathOverflow", hoping others might be encouraged to make use of this thread.) — Todd Trimble ♦ 1 hour ago
 

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