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Jun
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comment Optimal strategy for game of 'online sorting' into a poset
I hope I didn't seem dismissive, just had no better idea how to approach the question for chains than for the general case. I am appalled at my own ignorance regarding dynamic programming, but hope to make progress towards remedying that this weekend. FWIW, all purely continuous distribution functions yield equivalent strategies when the constraints are ordinal.
Jun
26
comment Optimal strategy for game of 'online sorting' into a poset
I have some good approximations, but as I try to refine them I get the impression that I'm trying to mow the lawn with a million nail clippers...figured I should bring in some fresh eyes.
Jun
26
comment Optimal strategy for game of 'online sorting' into a poset
Thanks! No, but I know one where the poset is an antichain. ^_^
Jun
26
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Apr
11
comment Is there an observer dependent mathematics?
I have to wonder whether it's entirely safe to refer to Greg Egan's "Luminous" ^_^
Apr
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Apr
10
comment Reals with integer powers bounded away from integers?
Nifty...thanks! Somewhere between 7.3769347535 and 7.3769347577 lurks a number whose powers never stray within 1/3 of an integer...
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comment Reals with integer powers bounded away from integers?
(was previously ICanChangeThisLaterRight)
Apr
10
comment Reals with integer powers bounded away from integers?
Duly noted. ^_^
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