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 Wang Xianghao, Shianghao Wang, or Shianghaw Wang (Chinese: 王湘浩; 5 May 1915 – 4 May 1993) was a Chinese mathematician who introduced the Grunwald–Wang theorem in (Wang , ), correcting an error in Wilhelm Grunwald's original statement and proof of this. He later changed from mathematics to computer science and control theory, and became a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Some days later I was with Artin in his office when Wang appeared. He said he had a counterexample to a lemma which had been used in the proof. An hour or two later, he produced a counterexample to the theorem itself... Of course he [Artin] was astonished, as were all of us students, that a famous theorem with two published proofs, one of which we had all heard in the seminar without our noticing anything, could be wrong. John Tate, quoted in , p.30) (en)
 王湘浩（1915年5月5日－1993年5月4日），男，直隶（今河北）安平人，中国数学家、计算机科学家和教育家。吉林大学数学系第一任系主任，计算机科学系系主任和副校长。從事代數數論、及人工智能的研究。 (zh)

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 Some days later I was with Artin in his office when Wang appeared. He said he had a counterexample to a lemma which had been used in the proof. An hour or two later, he produced a counterexample to the theorem itself... Of course he [Artin] was astonished, as were all of us students, that a famous theorem with two published proofs, one of which we had all heard in the seminar without our noticing anything, could be wrong. (en)

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 王湘浩（1915年5月5日－1993年5月4日），男，直隶（今河北）安平人，中国数学家、计算机科学家和教育家。吉林大学数学系第一任系主任，计算机科学系系主任和副校长。從事代數數論、及人工智能的研究。 (zh)
 Wang Xianghao, Shianghao Wang, or Shianghaw Wang (Chinese: 王湘浩; 5 May 1915 – 4 May 1993) was a Chinese mathematician who introduced the Grunwald–Wang theorem in (Wang , ), correcting an error in Wilhelm Grunwald's original statement and proof of this. He later changed from mathematics to computer science and control theory, and became a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. John Tate, quoted in , p.30) (en)

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 王湘浩 (zh)

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