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Monthly Archives: April 2009
The Generation Gap
Which is larger, the generation gap between you and your perents or the generation gap between you and your children?
A Problem on Planar Percolation
Conjecture (Gady Kozma): Prove that the critical probability for planar percolation on a Cayley graph of the group is always an algebraic number. Gady mentioned this conjecture in his talk here about percolation on infinite Cayley graphs. (Update April 30: Today Gady mentioned … Continue reading
A Conference and a School on Oded Schramm’s Mathematics
There will be a conference this summer in Redmond and a school in December in Jerusalem devoted to Oded Schramm’s mathematics. Oded Schramm Memorial Conference Probability and Geometry Redmond WA, August 3031, 2009 To be held at Microsoft … Continue reading
Two Fractal Vegtables Found on Blogs
Physicists and mathematicians think alike: From Kowalski’s blog From asymptotia
Exciting New Blogs and New Posts
There are new exciting blogs and all sort of nice things on old blogs. In Avzel’s journal you can find a post with the words and a link to the performence of a beautiful Leonard Cohen’s song “everybody knows”; and you can … Continue reading
(Eran Nevo) The gConjecture II: The Commutative Algebra Connection
Richard Stanley This post is authored by Eran Nevo. (It is the second in a series of five posts.) The gconjecture: the commutative algebra connection Let be a triangulation of a dimensional sphere. Stanley’s idea was to associate with a ring … Continue reading
How the gConjecture Came About
This post complements Eran Nevo’s first post on the conjecture 1) Euler’s theorem Euler Euler’s famous formula for the numbers of vertices, edges and faces of a polytope in space is the starting point of many mathematical stories. (Descartes came close … Continue reading