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Nov
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awarded  Benefactor
Nov
29
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
I thought of something very similar but without bit masks I'm just afraid that my domain set becomes too large...
Nov
29
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
I'm going to look into this a little more before I accept but you deserve the bounty!
Nov
28
awarded  Commentator
Nov
28
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
@MJD Yes - so a better idea might be repeat event A 6 times
Nov
28
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
The latter - 'description' when the next overlap starts/ends
Nov
28
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
Thanks for the edits - There are multiple intervals, I could potentially compare pairs. And no the numbers are as you said much bigger but I'm not sure that makes a difference (I could apply by units instead - years, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds, miliseconds) Time gets really confusing...
Nov
26
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
Indeed I really don't want to be 'guess checking' :)
Nov
25
revised When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
edited tags
Nov
24
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
The other questions this imposes is when and where... I don't necessarily want to run through all times t from 0 to upper bound (if there even is one)
Nov
24
comment When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
I think your on the right track but not sure where '[0, 1, 7, 8]' came from... or what the diagrams mean? Thanks for the help!
Nov
21
awarded  Promoter
Nov
17
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
10
asked When do repeated intervals of time overlap?
Jul
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
18
accepted Manipulating random decimals
Jul
18
awarded  Supporter
Jul
18
comment Manipulating random decimals
In practice I wouldn't use that many bits but that's a good thing to keep in mind, thanks!
Jul
18
comment Manipulating random decimals
So essentially if I was to count the amount of zeros that occur in a number the padding would make the random biased, but if each digit was used instead (with a fixed amount of digits) the randomness of each digit is 1 in 10 correct?
Jul
18
comment Manipulating random decimals
Why are we unable to trim the padded 0's off to a fixed size? If we can't remove the zeros then ignore them?