Monthly Archives: April 2013

R notes from recent days

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Recent notes on the R-sequence, structuring problem decomposition, property description, unrooted trees, Guy’s cards shuffling, new definitions of R-related issues, some questions

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Iterative “why”

Recently I have been thinking about a war of ideas between Tesla and Einstein. I would like to structure the differences between their approaches so that it is more established in a more logical (therein, more interconnected) manner. Einstein is … Continue reading

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Elaboration on two known issues in the context of finding an automated approach

Each post marked with “known” in the title is about the known results and concerns my notes, many of the notes are not thoroughly checked and the solutions are non-rigorous. In this post, we are going to start with the … Continue reading

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