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 Remarkable: “Limitations of Linear CrossEntropy as a Measure for Quantum Advantage,” by Xun Gao, Marcin Kalinowski, ChiNing Chou, Mikhail D. Lukin, Boaz Barak, and Soonwon Choi
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 Alef’s Corner: “It won’t work, sorry”
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 Amazing: Justin Gilmer gave a constant lower bound for the unionclosed sets conjecture
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 R(5,5) ≤ 48
 Amazing: Jinyoung Park and Huy Tuan Pham settled the expectation threshold conjecture!
 Remarkable: "Limitations of Linear CrossEntropy as a Measure for Quantum Advantage," by Xun Gao, Marcin Kalinowski, ChiNing Chou, Mikhail D. Lukin, Boaz Barak, and Soonwon Choi
 Gödel, Hilbert and Brouwer
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Monthly Archives: June 2022
ICM 2022 Virtual Program, Live events, and Dynamics Week in Jerusalem
ICM 2022 Next Tuesday, July 5 2022 will be the opening day of the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM 2022) that, because of the war in Ukraine, will be fully virtual. Here is the link for the program for ICM … Continue reading
Algorithmic Game Theory: Past, Present, and Future
Noam Nisan is 60 Today, June 26 2022, is the opening day of Algorithmic Game Theory: Past, Present, and Future, a workshop in honor of Noam Nisan’s 60th Birthday. The workshop takes place on June 2630 2022, at the CS … Continue reading
Richard Stanley: Enumerative and Algebraic Combinatorics in the1960’s and 1970’s
In his comment to the previous post by Igor Pak, Joe Malkevitch referred us to a wonderful paper by Richard Stanley on enumerative and algebraic combinatorics in the 1960’s and 1970’s. See also this post on Richard’s memories regarding the … Continue reading
Igor Pak: How I chose Enumerative Combinatorics
Originally posted on Igor Pak's blog:
Apologies for not writing anything for awhile. After Feb 24, the math part of the “life and math” slogan lost a bit of relevance, while the actual events were stupefying to the point…