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Perfectoid Spaces Miner

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Use it to find research articles, video lectures, seminars, tutorials, events, and more relevant to this breakthrough new field that connects numbers with shapes. 31 more words

Data Mining

Let's Do Some Calculus in R Part 3: Taylor's Theorem

To wrap up this little series on doing Calculus in R, we’re going to whip up a quick function to implement Taylor’s Theorem in R. 800 more words


Very large numbers are not numbers: Infinity does not exist

(this blog post was originally published in https://eyemath.wordpress.com/ . It has been moved to this blog – with slight changes.)

Remember Nietzsche’s famous announcement, “ 1,161 more words


Negative Probabilities

I found this great article from 2013 posts of Azimuth blog. I didn’t understand it completely but I should say that is amazing! I really enjoy it. 2,591 more words


Why Do Buses Come In Threes – Book Review

Title – Why Do Buses Come In Threes?

Authors – Rob Eastaway and Jeremy Wyndham

Genre – Non-fiction

“We did not invent mathematics, we discovered it. 686 more words


Maria Droujkova: Beautiful Math is All About the People

I have chosen this article from AWM website. I hope you enjoy it. It is just a sample of biographies of women in mathematics. You can find many other articles by clicking on this… 804 more words


Open Petri Nets

Jade Master and I have nearly finished a paper on open Petri nets, and it should appear on the arXiv soon. I’m excited about this, especially because our friends at… 923 more words