My reading list is at less than 10 items, so now my readings posts will hopefully look closer to watchings. My watch-later list is at more than 90.
Also this week, I got a paper we submitted 3 years ago accepted after a very short revision (less than 2 weeks) cycle. It will appear on the Journal of Difference and Differential Equations with the title Normal forms and Sternberg conjugation theorems for infinite dimensional coupled map lattices. I will be adding a preprint version to ArXiV at some point.
Pretty much yeah. I didn’t even study computer science (I had some courses though, I started after maths but since I was teaching in the same department I could not stay), so I haven’t traversed trees or solved some of these problems in 20 years (since my first year “CS” in the Maths degree). What I do is get shit done. Interview me for that.
This is awesome. It makes sense, matches with what I have read, and matches with how other languages work (like readers and writers in Go). And particularly, with mathematics, where you would use r as a natural number only if referring to a differentiability (or when you have many, many natural numbers).
Related: Computing with quantum knots Back when I was studying algebraic topology, a friend and I collected a few articles talking about this area, using anyons (which still were more or less theorised to exist, and were being looked for in super-chilled fluids IIRC) for topological quantum computing.