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Category Archives: Neill Cameron artwork
How to draw the future
For Neill’s take on it, see this in the Guardian.
How the light got in, 2016
After two days in HayonWye at How the Light Gets In, I am back (temporarily) in London, my next gigs (in fairly quick succession) Oxford, Istanbul, and Lisbon. Unlike the deep Glastonburystyle mud of two years ago, we had lovely … Continue reading
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Tagged Bernard Carr, Chiara Marletto, cryptography, Frank Wilczek, Mike Duff, randomness
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G. C. Steward lectures 2008
While I was uploading lecture notes, I also put on the page the notes from my G. C. Steward lectures at Gonville and Caius College in 2008. You can find them here. I spent the first half of 2008 in … Continue reading
Posted in history, Lecture notes, Neill Cameron artwork
Tagged automata, bagali polo, Euler, Latin squares, line graphs, magic squares, Moebius inversion, OEIS, Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, parking functions, partitions, root systems, statistics, Sudoku, synchronization, Tehran
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Pirates of Pangaea
Neill’s new book came out a little while ago, and this morning I saw that he had finally got round to announcing it on his blog, and asking people to spread the news by word of mouth, since the publishers … Continue reading
Posted in books, geography, history, Neill Cameron artwork, the Web
Tagged dinosaurs, pirates
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Birthday musings
Today I am two thirds of the way to a century, rounded up – in other words, in my prime once again. I certainly need a feeling of primality! Something that happened a week or so ago brought home to … Continue reading
Posted in Neill Cameron artwork, Uncategorized
Tagged Fife Coastal Path, stars, synchronization
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From the archive, 3
This is what I looked like in 1991: And here is evidence for the Cameron–Erdős conjecture before it was proved:
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Tagged CameronErdos conjecture, sumfree sets
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Mathematical structures, 3
Week 3 is over. The notes are on the web, but I didn’t actually cover everything in the notes. The plan was that part of notes 2 (the counting results such as Inclusion–Exclusion and the Binomial Theorem) would spill over … Continue reading
Gleanings
I couldn’t resist mentioning a couple of things from recent blogs. On Dick Lipton’s and Ken Regan’s wonderful blog “Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP”, there is a post about online university courses, and whether traditional courses are doomed. What a … Continue reading
LTCC intensive course this week
Linking two previous posts, here and here: The LTCC intensive on “Laplacian Eigenvalues and Optimality”, a pure maths/statistics crossover, takes place on Wednesday and Thursday this week, starting at 1pm on Wednesday, in the Rockefeller Building, Gower Street, London (opposite … Continue reading
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Tagged Laplacian eigenvalues, networks, optimal designs
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