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Tag Archives: proofs
Folding de Bruijn graphs
I wrote recently about foldings of de Bruijn graphs, why we are interested in them, and how pleased I was that we had agreed that the de Bruijn graph with word length 4 over a 2letter alphabet has 1247 foldings … Continue reading
50 proofs to read before you die
The concept of a proof from the Book was devised by Paul Erdős. The Book contains the best possible proof of each theorem of mathematics. The idea has been popularised in a book of the same name by Martin Aigner … Continue reading