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Feb 17 |
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What are the most attractive Turing undecidable problems in mathematics?
Note the recent preprint arxiv.org/abs/1312.6700 which improves these results. Undecidability now holds for five 3*3 matrices or two 15*15 matrices. |
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Apr 29 |
answered | Equivalent subshifts |
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What's the difference between 2 and 3?
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Apr 18 |
answered | What's the difference between 2 and 3? |
Mar 22 |
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Importance of Poincaré recurrence theorem? Any example?
The ergodic theorems can be seen as improvements of the Poincaré recurrence theorem, because they relate the time average with the space average. However, the Poincaré theorem is treated first because it is not hard to prove and it is very nice. |
Mar 3 |
answered | Computational software in Algebraic Topology? |
Dec 5 |
answered | More open problems |
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Sep 21 |
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Lecture notes by Thurston on tiling
I got the above PDF version from Shigeki Akiyama and I am very glad that putting it on my website is useful to some people. It would be great if more people did this because trying to find a paper that is neither on the internet or in libraries can be extremely frustrating! |
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Cutting a rectangle into an odd number of congruent pieces
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Jul 27 |
awarded | Self-Learner |
Apr 8 |
answered | Using TikZ in papers |
Mar 4 |
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Cutting a rectangle into an odd number of congruent pieces
Note that this solution yields an answer with $2k + 11$ pieces, for all $k \geq 0$. |
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