Tag Archives: Steiner triple systems

Discrete Mathematics and Big Data

(Re-posted from the BCC website) On 15-17 February, we are holding a meeting at St Andrews on Discrete Mathematics & Big Data. You can find the web page here, and from that page you can get a programme for the … Continue reading

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Open research data

Another day, another big issue. I’ve just been reading a draft concordat on open research data, produced by a committee representing UK research councils, funders, and universities. I won’t give you the whole thing, but here for context is the … Continue reading

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From the archive, 9

Looking for a book yesterday, I turned up a file of old papers. One of them I think deserves an afterlife, so I re-typed it and here it is. First, the background. Let A be an n×n matrix. The permanent … Continue reading

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