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Blog by a Syracuse University professor whose research interests range from potential theory to geometric mapping theory, particularly bi-Lipschitz maps. Kovalev's posts, which date back to January, 2012, often include Scilab code or plots: "Generalized Birthday Problem"; "Almost norming functionals, Part 2"; "Triangulation of polygons, Whitehead moves, and associahedron"; "The magic of cyclic sieving and q-analogs"; "Galperin's billiard method of computing pi"; "Dunce hats in assorted dimensions"; "Tight spans and Gromov hyperbolicity"; "Fun with TI-83: billions upon billions of cosines"; "Asymptotics of |
|Math Topics:||Modern Algebra, Potential Theory, Higher-Dimensional Geometry, Euclidean Plane Geometry, Probability, Statistics|
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