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 Recent progress on high dimensional TuranType problems by Andrey Kupavskii, Alexandr Polyanskii, István Tomon, and Dmitriy Zakharov and by Jason Long, Bhargav Narayanan, and Corrine Yap.
 Open problem session of HUJICOMBSEM: Problem #1, Nati Linial – Turan type theorems for simplicial complexes.
 Péter Pál Pach and Richárd Palincza: a Glimpse Beyond the Horizon
 To cheer you up 14: Hong Liu and Richard Montgomery solved the Erdős and Hajnal’s odd cycle problem
 To cheer you up in difficult times 13: Triangulating real projective spaces with subexponentially many vertices
 Benjamini and Mossel’s 2000 Account: Sensitivity of Voting Schemes to Mistakes and Manipulations
 Test Your Intuition (46): What is the Reason for Maine’s Huge Influence?
 This question from Tim Gowers will certainly cheeer you up! and test your intuition as well!
 Three games to cheer you up.
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 TYI 30: Expected number of Dice throws
 This question from Tim Gowers will certainly cheeer you up! and test your intuition as well!
 Recent progress on high dimensional TuranType problems by Andrey Kupavskii, Alexandr Polyanskii, István Tomon, and Dmitriy Zakharov and by Jason Long, Bhargav Narayanan, and Corrine Yap.
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 To cheer you up in difficult times 5: A New Elementary Proof of the Prime Number Theorem by Florian K. Richter
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Category Archives: Art
Alef Corner: Math Collaboration
Another artistic view by Alef on mathematical collaboration. Other Alef’s corner posts
Alef’s Corner: Math Collaboration 2
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Alef’s corner: Bicycles and the Art of Planar Random Maps
The artist behind Alef’s corner has a few mathematical designs and here are two new ones. (See Alef’s website offering over 100 Tshirt designs.) which was used for the official Tshirt for JeanFrançois Le Gall’s birthday conference. See also … Continue reading
Alef’s Corner: TShirts
The artist behind Alef’s corner has now a website offering over 100 Tshirt designs. In addition to a few pictures related to mathematics there are many in a few other categories: “Jazz,” “Urban,” “Nature,” “Signature design,” and “Sea”. Here are … Continue reading
Alef’s Corner: Garbanzo Poisson process
Alef’s previous corner: There is still a small gap in the proof.
The World of Michael Burt: When Architecture, Mathematics, and Art meet.
This remarkable 3D geometric object tiles space! It is related to a theory of “spacial networks” extensively studied by Michael Burt and a few of his students. The network associated to this object is described in the picture below. … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Combinatorics, Geometry
Tagged Architecture, Branko Grunbaum, Michael Burt
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Updates (belated) Between New Haven, Jerusalem, and TelAviv
This is a (very much) belated update post from the beginning of March (2016). New Haven I spent six weeks in February (2016) in New Haven. It was very nice to get back to Yale after more than two years. Here … Continue reading
Carmella Kalai (19262015)
My beloved mother Carmella Kalai passed away last week. With me, 1956 My father Hanoch Kalai, my mother Carmella, My sister Tamar (Tami) and me around 1957).
Ann Lehman’s Sculpture Based on Herb Scarf’s Maximal Lattice Free Convex Bodies
Maximal latticefree convex bodies introduced by Herb Scarf and the related complex of maximal lattice free simplices (also known as the Scarf complex) are remarkable geometric constructions with deep connections to combinatorics, convex geometry, integer programming, game theory, fixed point computations, … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Computer Science and Optimization, Economics, Games
Tagged Ann Lehman, Herb Scarf
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