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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 Hay-on-Wye 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 Glastonbury-style 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, On-line 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 Cameron-Erdos conjecture, sum-free 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 on-line 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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