Monthly Archives: October 2013

Notes taken while reading about zeta

– Mathematics is human, knowledge based on it is fallible, different layers of proof or rigor, empirical insight may help (Hersh). – Pascal triangle-based tetrahedron (initially constructed with recursion based on analytic approach) could have also¬†been done with stochastic gradient … Continue reading

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Connect Fibonacci and primes in crying dreams

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R-sequence, k-almost ordering, offset-problem

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positioning 3^k in R-sequence

Fix f to define positions of {3^k}, k being integer, in R-sequence. Function f starts with 1,2,4,7,13,22,38,63 and is therefore similar to two sequences reported to OEIS: [2] and [3]. To obtain [2], take [1] and create a triangle read … Continue reading

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Further investigation of the R-sequence – new G-sequence out there!

I calculated more values of the R-sequence. 3 9, 10 27, 28, 30 81, 84, 88, 90, 100, 104 243, 252, 264, 270, 272, 280, 300, 304, 312 729, 736, 756, 784, 792, 810, 816, 840, 880, 900, 912, 928, … Continue reading

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Clustering the ordering that bothers me

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Notes from lectures on parameter space analysis

Swarm particle optimization guides swarm particles in multidimensional search space, their movement speed is updated iteratively for each dimension with a pseudo-random number generator (because a particle does not know where to go, chooses an arbitrary path). In many cases … Continue reading

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