I had wanted an app to have a floating video head for presentations/share screen and could find nothing… So I gave it some personal time. Not super-happy with it being in Electron, but hey, got it done (and uploaded) which is the important part!
In this paper we present local Sternberg conjugation theorems near attracting fixed points for lattice systems. The interactions are spatially decaying and are not restricted to finite distance. The conjugations obtained retain the same spatial decay. In the presence of resonances the conjugations are to a polynomial normal form that also has decaying properties.
A paper we submitted on 31st October, 2017 has finally been accepted (after minor corrections, I guess it went to someone’s wrong pile).
Amelia Wattenberger suggested I had a look at pure Canvas solutions for the sitemap (since it’s sooo slow), and gave me a couple pointers, this being the most readable (the other is a Mozilla documentation page with many examples, very useful but not such a fun read as this post has been). The author makes it look very easy, but I’m afraid of touching my sitemap!
This is something I’ve wanted to do for many years, although it eventually derived into using some form of reinforcement/Q-learning for either Backgammon (which was already a pioneer of reinforcement learning with this paper) or Hex
I think the argument is slightly misguided for a very simple reason: nothing prevents a first party from packaging data from a user and passing it to a third party, without third party cookies. I should post a draft I’ve had sitting for a while…