150 reputation
14
bio website
location
age
visits member for 4 years, 2 months
seen Dec 10 at 18:42

profile for blunders on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites


May
28
comment What is the mathematical process behind fully homomorphic encryption?
Very possible I'm miss understanding your answer, but if the key gives the function the true values of the input, then the a the system running the function would know the values. Whole point I believe is for it to be possible to have calculations done on encrypted values. Am I missing something? Thanks!
May
28
comment What is the mathematical process behind fully homomorphic encryption?
@Dan Brumleve: Not 100% sure to be honest, but yes, I'd wondered the same thing. Believe this is the guy's thesis on the topic crypto.stanford.edu/craig/craig-thesis.pdf
May
28
asked What is the mathematical process behind fully homomorphic encryption?
Feb
26
awarded  Quorum
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
Thanks! +1 @Jonas Meyer @Derek Jennings
Feb
26
awarded  Commentator
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
@Derek Jennings: +1 Thanks!
Feb
26
awarded  Supporter
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
+1 Funny thing is, your answer makes sense to me -- the answer and question linked to as a duplicate... does not - oh, well.
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
@Qiaochu Yuan: +1 thanks, did search for a duplicate first, and figured there might be one - I'll take a look at the question you linked to. Cheers!
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
@Mike Spivey: +1 Thanks for the edits to the question.
Feb
26
revised Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
deleted 61 characters in body
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
@Ross Millikan: Updated the core question per Moron's suggestion, and removed the secondary question deal with any reasons why Pi might not be a constant. Have any additional feedback? Thanks!
Feb
26
awarded  Editor
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
@Sunil: Updated my question to Moron's wording, since he's meaning was the intent of my question.
Feb
26
comment Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
@Moron: Yes, that's correct -- updated the question, thanks!
Feb
26
revised Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
edited title
Feb
26
asked Why is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter independent of the circle?
Feb
18
comment Is there a online reference that chains mathematical knowledge from simple to complex?
@Orbling: Cool, Bitesize, while not what I was thinking would be an answer is viewable from the States, and looks like a great starting point -- thanks. Also, we've run across each other before... again, thanks for sharing!! google.com/search?q=%2BOrbling+%2Bblunders
Feb
18
comment Is there a online reference that chains mathematical knowledge from simple to complex?
@: On an unrelated note, find it very, very interesting that you've up-voted 267 questions (0 down votes) -- and aside from my question, never asked or answered any other questions... :-) ...at least on math.stackexchange -- so, again, thanks for posting! (FYI, just recalled I don't have the rep here to up vote an answer to my own question, oh, well. +1 in spirit...)