Peter Salamon is a mathematics professor at San Diego State University.[1] He has published more than 200 mathematical articles related to biomathematics, thermodynamics in finite time / geometrical thermodynamics, and optimization and mathematical modeling.[2] He has an Erdős number of one and is also known for founding and doing extensive work on Finite Time Thermodynamics.

In 1984, Peter Salamon co-founded the Telluride Science and Innovation Center,[3] together with R. Stephen Berry. Salamon served as Telluride Science’s first Chairman of the Board and President from 1984 through 1987.

In 1990, Salamon introduced the idea of ensembles to neural networks.

Salamon, Peter; Erdős, Paul (June 1988). "The Solution to a Problem of Grünbaum". Canadian Mathematical Bulletin. 31 (2): 129–138. doi:10.4153/CMB-1988-020-2.
Berry, R. Stephen; Salamon, Peter; Andresen, Bjarne (September 2022). Finite-Time Thermodynamics. MDPI Books. ISBN 978-3-0365-4949-1.
Hansen, Lars Kai; Salamon, Peter (1990). "Neural network ensembles". IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. 12 (10): 993–1001.


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