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comment Examples of common false beliefs in mathematics
@JoeHannon: Use $G_i = \{ n2^{-i} | n \in \mathbb{Z} \}$.
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comment Ideas on how to prevent a department from being shut down.
The CS department in Utrecht closing? That's (very upsetting and unsettling) news to me! Can you provide a reference?
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answered Computer Science for Mathematicians
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answered How many different rectangles (in terms of area) can fit in a 20-unit-wide square?
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comment What are the most misleading alternate definitions in taught mathematics?
A torsor, in other words, right?
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revised The unprecedented success of the “intersection” operator
Fixed mistake by clarifying that constructive logic is to be used.
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comment The unprecedented success of the “intersection” operator
Andreas, your parenthetical addition of 'classical' is indeed right, and relevant! I've been doing functional progamming and constructive logic for far too long. I have edited my post accordingly; thank you for catching my mistake.
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answered Smallest area shape that covers all unit length curve
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comment Learning Roadmap for Software Engineer
Although I find that Haskell tends to force you to un-overload the denser mathematical notations - but that can sometimes make things clearer. By the way, nice to meet you again Daev, fellow coauthor Jan of the Generic Haskell User's guide here!
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