This is a list of things named after the English mathematician John Horton Conway (1937–2020). * Conway algebra – an algebraic structure introduced by Paweł Traczyk and Józef H. Przytycki * Conway base 13 function – a function used as a counterexample to the converse of the intermediate value theorem * Conway chained arrow notation – a notation for expressing certain extremely large numbers * Conway circle – a geometrical construction based on extending the sides of a triangle * Conway criterion – a criterion for identifying prototiles that admit a periodic tiling * Conway group – any of the groups Co0, Co1, Co2, or Co3 * Conway group Co1 – one of the sporadic simple groups discovered by Conway in 1968 * Conway group Co2 – one of the sporadic simple groups discovered by Conway in 1

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  • This is a list of things named after the English mathematician John Horton Conway (1937–2020). * Conway algebra – an algebraic structure introduced by Paweł Traczyk and Józef H. Przytycki * Conway base 13 function – a function used as a counterexample to the converse of the intermediate value theorem * Conway chained arrow notation – a notation for expressing certain extremely large numbers * Conway circle – a geometrical construction based on extending the sides of a triangle * Conway criterion – a criterion for identifying prototiles that admit a periodic tiling * Conway group – any of the groups Co0, Co1, Co2, or Co3 * Conway group Co1 – one of the sporadic simple groups discovered by Conway in 1968 * Conway group Co2 – one of the sporadic simple groups discovered by Conway in 1968 * Conway group Co3 – one of the sporadic simple groups discovered by Conway in 1968 * Conway knot – a particular knot in knot theory * Conway notation (knot theory) – a notation invented by Conway for describing knots in knot theory * Conway polyhedron notation – notation invented by Conway used to describe polyhedra * Conway polynomial (finite fields) – an irreducible polynomial used in finite field theory * Conway puzzle – a packing problem invented by Conway using rectangular blocks * Conway sphere – a 2-sphere intersecting a given knot in the 3-sphere or 3-ball transversely in four points * Conway triangle notation – notation which allows trigonometric functions of a triangle to be managed algebraically * Conway's 99-graph problem – a problem invented by Conway asking if a certain undirected graph exists * Conway's constant – a constant used in the study of the Look-and-say sequence * Conway's dead fly problem – does there exist a Danzer set whose points are separated at a bounded distance from each other? * Conway's Game of Life – a cellular automaton defined on the two-dimensional orthogonal grid of square cells * Conway's Soldiers – a one-person mathematical game resembling peg solitaire * Conway's thrackle conjecture – In graph theory, the conjecture that no thrackle has more edges than vertices * Alexander–Conway polynomial – a knot invariant which assigns a polynomial to each knot type in knot theory (en)
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  • This is a list of things named after the English mathematician John Horton Conway (1937–2020). * Conway algebra – an algebraic structure introduced by Paweł Traczyk and Józef H. Przytycki * Conway base 13 function – a function used as a counterexample to the converse of the intermediate value theorem * Conway chained arrow notation – a notation for expressing certain extremely large numbers * Conway circle – a geometrical construction based on extending the sides of a triangle * Conway criterion – a criterion for identifying prototiles that admit a periodic tiling * Conway group – any of the groups Co0, Co1, Co2, or Co3 * Conway group Co1 – one of the sporadic simple groups discovered by Conway in 1968 * Conway group Co2 – one of the sporadic simple groups discovered by Conway in 1 (en)
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  • List of things named after John Horton Conway (en)
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