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37 blogs about Mathematics.

  1. 11011110
    Geometry, graphs, algorithms, and more. By David Eppstein. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Linkage
    Zig-Zag paths and neusis constructions of a heptagon and a nonagon (\(\mathbb{M}\)), new article by Dave Richeson and Dan Lawson. annie rauwerda tells the world why Wikipedia and Wikipedia editing is great in a letter …
    By David Eppstein, 449 words
  2. Abakcus
    The best curation site for only math and science. By Ali Kaya. More info

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    12 Best Books About Bees: A Must-Read List for Bee Enthusiasts and Bookworms
    The books about bees listed here are but a few samples of the delightful troves of bee literature that await the curious reader. As you turn the pages of these volumes, you'll not only add …
    By Ali Kaya, 70 words
  3. And now it’s all this
    I just said what I said and it was wrong. Or was taken wrong. By Dr. Drang. 🇺🇸 More info

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    My Mac 40th anniversary draft
    I assume that most of you have already listened—at least in part—to the latest episode of Upgrade, the 40th Anniversary of the Mac Draft. Any podcast with both John Gruber and John Siracusa is going …
    By Dr. Drang, 689 words
  4. Anurag's Math Blog
    Mostly mathematical. By Anurag Bishnoi. 🇳🇱 More info

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    A new upper bound on the trifference problem
    In a recent preprint, Siddharth Bhandari and Abhishek Khetan have improved the decades old upper bound on the trifference problem by using a clever combinatorial argument involving extremal graph theory. As discussed in my previous …
    By Anurag Bishnoi, 445 words
  5. Asaf Karagila | Blog Archive
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    120 Years of Choice: Registration is open
    Continuing from the previous post, we have a website for the conference now, and you can now register for the conference. We are planning to have two poster sessions, and we might be able to …
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  6. Beauty of Mathematics
    Discover one person's journey and triumph over math anxiety. By Suzza Silver. 🇺🇸 More info

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    A Valentine for Mathematics
    Attempting to describe the ways that mathematics touches our hearts. Or the author's specficallly.
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  7. Biased and Inefficient
    I’m a statistical researcher in Auckland. By Thomas Lumley. 🇳🇿 More info

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    Ordinal outcomes: the LOCT DOOR
    The DOOR outcome strategy – “Desirability Of Outcome Ranking” – is a relatively new approach to composite outcomes in clinical trials. Rather than collapsing multiple outcomes – death, heart attack, new-onset angina, bad hair day …
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  8. Big Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
    Comments on how data science, algorithms, software shape current events. By Kaiser Fung. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Ethical dilemmas poll: results post
    Update on 8-29-2023 Last week, I put up a poll that asks users what they would do if faced with some ethical dilemmas that arise on the business side of data science. I'm presenting the …
    By junkcharts, 536 words
  9. cavmaths
    Maths, Teaching and Life. By Stephen Cavadino. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Carnival of Mathematics 224
    Roll up, roll up, roll up. Come hither come all to the Carnival of Mathematics. This is the 224th Edition of the longest running Maths Carnival. For those of you who are unaware, a “blog …
    By srcav, 499 words
  10. A Cluttered Mind
    Math, anecdotes, recipes. More info

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    Harvard Way to Define Trace
    $\newcommand\F{\mathbb{F}}\newcommand\R{\mathbb{R}}\newcommand\C{\mathbb{C}}\newcommand\Z{\mathbb{Z}}\newcommand\tr{\operatorname{trace}}\newcommand\End{\operatorname{End}}$ The trace of a sqaure matrix $A$ is defined to be the sum of the elements along the diagonal. A basic fact is that for any invertible matrix $M$, \begin{equation}\tag{*} \tr(M^{-1}AM) = \tr(A). \end{equation} …
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  11. Combinatorics and more
    Gil Kalai's blog. 🇮🇱 More info

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    Yair Shenfeld and Ramon van Handel Settled (for polytopes) the Equality Cases For The Alexandrov-Fenchel Inequalities
    The power of negative thinking: Combinatorial and geometric inequalities Two weeks ago, I participated (remotely) in the discrete geometry Oberwolfach meeting, and Ramon van Handel gave a beautiful lecture about the equality cases of Alexandrov-Fenchel …
    By Gil Kalai, 863 words
  12. Computational Complexity
    Computational Complexity and other fun stuff in math and computer science. By Lance Fortnow, Bill Gasarch. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Sumchecks and Snarks
    Last summer as I lamented that my research didn't have real world implications, one of the comments mentioned the sumcheck protocol used for zero-knowledge SNARKs. I tried to figure out the connection back then but …
    By Lance Fortnow, 431 words
  13. Error Statistics Philosophy
    By Deborah G. Mayo. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Happy Birthday R.A. Fisher: “Statistical methods and Scientific Induction” with replies by Neyman and E.S. Pearson
    17 Feb 1890-29 July 1962 Today is R.A. Fisher’s birthday! I am reblogging what I call the “Triad”–an exchange between Fisher, Neyman and Pearson (N-P) published 20 years after the Fisher-Neyman break-up. While my favorite …
    By Mayo, 779 words
  14. Un garçon pas comme les autres (Bayes)
    A blog about statistics, I guess. By Dan Simpson. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Diffusion models; or Yet another way to sample from an arbitrary distribution
    The other day I went to the cinema and watched M3GAN, a true movie masterpiece1 about the death and carnage that ensues when you simply train your extremely complex ML model and don’t do proper …
    By Dan Simpson, 5,725 words
  15. George Shakan
    Math and Machine Learning Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Carnival Of Mathematics
    In this somewhat different post, I am hosting the long-running Carnival of Mathematics. First I’ll talk about 223 (the issue number) and then I’ll round up some mathematical posts from December 2023. It’s primetime we …
    By George Shakan, 639 words
  16. Girls' Angle
    A Math Club for Girls. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Girls’ Angle Bulletin, Volume 17, Number 2
    The electronic version of the latest issue of the Girls’ Angle Bulletin is now available on our website. The cover shows the Hasse diagram for the partially ordered set of partitions show Young diagrams fit …
    By girlsangle, 430 words
  17. Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP
    a personal view of the theory of computation. By Kenneth W. Regan, Richard Lipton. 🇺🇸 More info

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    New Methods Solve Old Problems
    Really old ones, in this case Ben Cohen writes the “Science of Success” column for The Wall Street Journal. It is about what makes people, teams and ideas work out in business, culture, and beyond. …
    By RJLipton+KWRegan, 706 words
  18. Igor Pak's blog
    Views on life and math. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The power of negative thinking: Combinatorial and geometric inequalities
    It’s been awhile since I blogged about mathematics. You know why, of course — there are so many issues in the real world, the imaginary world is just not as relevant as it used to …
    By igorpak, 2,073 words
  19. Joel David Hamkins
    mathematics and philosophy of the infinite. 🇺🇸 More info

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    How the continuum hypothesis could have been a fundamental axiom, UC Irvine Logic & Philosoph of Science Colloquium, March 2024
    This will be a talk for the Logic and Philosophy of Science Colloquium at the University of California at Irvine, 15 March 2024. Abstract. With a simple historical thought experiment, I should like to describe …
    By Joel David Hamkins, 64 words
  20. John D. Cook Consulting
    Consulting in mathematical analysis, from modeling to implementation to interpretation. 🇺🇸 More info

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    A knight’s tour of an infinite chessboard
    Let ℤ² be the lattice of points in the plane with integer coordinates. You could think of these points as being the centers of the squares in a chessboard extending to infinity in every direction. …
    By John, 230 words