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Hilbert.

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Paul R. Halmos.

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On a scale from $1$ to $10$, with $1$ being the worst and $10$ being the best, I'm about $-i$.

I am a postgraduate research student in algebraic group theory at the University of Aberdeen. My supervisor is Prof. Benjamin Martin.

I have an MPhil in combinatorial group theory from the University of Essex. My supervisor was Prof. Gerald Williams. This was a PhD course originally; however, both my health and my financial situations at the time forbade its completion. Here is my dissertation.

You can find a copy of my award-winning MMath dissertation on inverse semigroups and inductive groupoids here. My supervisor was Prof. Victoria Gould at The University of York.

For my use:

`[Here's a MathJax tutorial](https://math.meta.stackexchange.com/q/5020/104041) :)`

Tableaux generator: https://www.umsu.de/trees/

Sage Online:
https://sagecell.sagemath.org/

On Mathematics Stack Exchange on 28/10/2014:

and I don't have much to show for it!

On Mathematics Stack Exchange on 16/01/2015:

and most of them were because people didn't provide any context with their questions.

On Mathematics Stack Exchange on 27/11/2018:

(The stats are all divisible by $11$.)

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