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My mathematically-oriented work generally explores discrete geometric and probabilistic themes in physics, computation, and communication. Jack of most trades, master of none. I can be reached at sh#eqnets#com (make the obvious substitutions for #).

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comment Advice for number theory library
Couldn't resist: mathoverflow.net/questions/26267
Apr
14
answered Limit of distance between two random points in a unit $n$-cube
Apr
14
comment Limit of distance between two random points in a unit $n$-cube
sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0377042706004250
Apr
6
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
2
comment What areas of pure mathematics research are best for a post-PhD transition to industry?
While I have to agree with the top answers, I would also recommend a few computationally relevant subjects with pure origins and applications: harmonic analysis (of the signal processing sort), algebraic topology (with an eye towards, e.g., persistent homology), some generalized blob in algorithms/theoretical CS/logic (many real-world offshoots), cryptologic mathematics, and last but not least: mathematical statistical physics (though this shares much with both probability and information theory, both in answers below).
Apr
1
comment conditional expectation under convex combinaison of probability measures(II)
Doesn't this follow since $Y$ is a convex combination of $Y_1$ and $Y_2$?
Mar
31
comment Recovering Spherical Harmonics from Discrete Samples
sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1063520306000510 web.math.princeton.edu/~amits/publications/laplacian_ACHA.pdf
Mar
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Souslin trees and weakly compact cardinals
Mar
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are there uncountably many cube-free infinite binary words?
Mar
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
6
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
2
comment Techniques for proving that a set of constraints over the integers are inconsistent
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
Jan
28
comment Wanted: a “Coq for the working mathematician”
My spidey sense tells me that you'll find it either a) in the references (formal and informal) to the HoTT book or b) not at all
Jan
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
4
accepted Is there interesting structure in the space of Voronoi diagrams?
Dec
3
asked Is there interesting structure in the space of Voronoi diagrams?
Nov
26
awarded  Custodian
Nov
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Explicit computations using the Haar measure