Apparently, Ramanujan had a dream in which Namagari (a form of Hindu goddess) appeared in his visions, proposing him mathematical formulae and whispered three times the number $3$. So far, Pythagoras ...
What are the main applications of large cardinals in ordinary mathematics, and what is the philosophy behind using them. In particular: Question 1. What is the philosophy behind accepting large ...
This is a highly redacted version of a question that was asked before. Please see Criteria of considering relevance of the question to the domain of research topics for details. Some numerical ...
(I've asked the same question at the MSE, so far with no answers, so I thought I'd try it here as well. If there's some clash with any site rules, please let me know and I'll abide.) Let $A$ be a set ...
In my department we're thinking about showing online lectures one day per week at lunch, as sort of a virtual colloquium appropriate to mathematics undergraduates as well as faculty. To start with ...
Reference needed for: Automatic generation of relevant mathematical exercises (similar to ones written by human) with the help of machine learning
I am doing research on automatic generation of relevant mathematical exercises (similar to ones written by human) with the help of machine learning. I have found several research papers on ...
Recently, while looking for articles and documents to learn about the Riemann Hyopthesis, I came across a strange funny document of a chinese "mathematician" called Jiang Chun-Xuang who claimed to ...
Is there a sensible and useful definition of units in mathematics? In other words, is there a theory of dimensional analysis for mathematics? In physics, an extremely useful tool is the Buckingham Pi ...