- Proof By Lice!
- The seventeen camels riddle, and Noga Alon’s camel proof and algorithms
- Edmund Landau and the Early Days of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Boolean Functions: Influence, Threshold, and Noise
- Laci Babai Visits Israel!
- Polymath10 conclusion
- Is Heads-Up Poker in P?
- The Median Game
- International mathematics graduate studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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- The seventeen camels riddle, and Noga Alon's camel proof and algorithms
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- Proof By Lice!
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- A Breakthrough by Maryna Viazovska Leading to the Long Awaited Solutions for the Densest Packing Problem in Dimensions 8 and 24
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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Piotr Achinger told me two things abour Karol Borsuk: From Wikipedea: Dunce hat Folding. The blue hole is only for better view Borsuk trumpet is another name for the contractible non-collapsible space commonly called also the “dunce hat“. (See … Continue reading
Lecture 11 The Cap Set problem We presented Meshulam’s bound for the maximum number of elements in a subset A of not containing a triple x,y,x of distinct elements whose sum is 0. The theorem is analogous to Roth’s theorem … Continue reading
Lecture 7 First passage percolation 1) Models of percolation. We talked about percolation introduced by Broadbent and Hammersley in 1957. The basic model is a model of random subgraphs of a grid in n-dimensional space. (Other graphs were considered later as … Continue reading