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Oct
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How to find which subset of bitfields xor to another bitfield?
clarified similarity of this to gaussian elimination |
Oct
4 |
answered | How to find which subset of bitfields xor to another bitfield? |
Sep
16 |
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What are some applications of other fields to mathematics?
@Jon Yard, @Deane Yang, wasn't there a turf battle between mathematics and electrical engineering for "ownership" or "rights" to computer science and information theory. At some places, computer science is a part or division of Electrical Engineering. At few, computer science is a branch of mathematics. And at many places, it is a department in its own right. The same thing happens with Neurosurgery. Some schools have Divisions of Neurosurgery as part of the Department of Surgery, others free-standing Depts of Neurosurgery, and for some odd ducks it's part of Neurology, a medical branch. |
Sep
16 |
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Math paper authors' order
@Barbara, (sadly), obtaining funding for a lab is considered valid criteria for claiming authorship according to the American Medical Association. See my comment below regarding their authorship form requirements. |
Sep
16 |
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Math paper authors' order
clarified my contribution |
Sep
13 |
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Efficient computation of a vertex-partition for graphs
Is the spanning tree $T$ a given at the beginning of this problem, or is it a part of the problem to also find the spanning tree? |
Sep
2 |
answered | Math paper authors' order |
Aug
21 |
awarded | Teacher |
Aug
19 |
revised |
Algorithms for modeling asynchronicity in Asynchronous Cellular Automata
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Aug
19 |
awarded | Student |
Aug
19 |
awarded | Editor |
Aug
19 |
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Tractably Partitioning the possible vertex k-colorings of a graph by local stability and instability.
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Aug
19 |
asked | Algorithms for modeling asynchronicity in Asynchronous Cellular Automata |
Aug
19 |
answered | Tractably Partitioning the possible vertex k-colorings of a graph by local stability and instability. |