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I'm broadly interested in very applied math. I try to apply ideas from mathematics, statistics, machine learning, formal systems and computer science to solve real-world problems. Mostly in applied finance/quantitative trading, but in other areas if the mood takes me.


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Dec
31
answered negative number divided by positive number, what would be remainder?
Dec
30
comment Mathematicians don't quit, they fade away
No one has mentioned finance, which has a hunger for mathematicians educated up to grad school level, to work as traders, structurers, model validators, derivative pricing quants, risk quants, developers/researchers for trading algorithms etc etc.
Dec
26
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
19
answered All solutions of $a+b+c=abc$ in natural numbers
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
16
comment Help me, $R^n$ Analysis
Hi. It looks like you are new here. We are generally very willing to help, but we like users to show the work that they've done towards solving the problem on their own first. If you can edit your question to show what you're done so far, and where you are stuck, then you will get a much better response.
Dec
16
comment Notation for derivative of a 2 argument function w.r.t its second argument
It's not uncommon, particularly in physics, to see the notation $f_{,i}$ which means "$f$ differentiated with respected to its $i$th argument", so e.g. $f_{,1}$ would be $f_x$ and $f_{,2}$ would be $f_y$. Other common notations are $\partial_i f$, which has the advantage that you can refer to the second and third derivatives as e.g. $\partial_i^2f$ or $\partial_i^3f$.
Dec
12
answered How to calculate $(a+b)(c+d)$
Dec
11
revised Hom Functors and locally small categories.
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Dec
11
revised Generation of “random” multilinear polynomials for testing non-negativity algorithm
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Dec
11
comment Generation of “random” multilinear polynomials for testing non-negativity algorithm
Then you use a standard random number generator (e.g. MT19937) with an initial seed. Include your code and the seed in the paper - then any reader can reproduce your results.
Dec
11
comment Generation of “random” multilinear polynomials for testing non-negativity algorithm
Are you familiar with random number generation from a fixed seed?
Dec
11
answered Generation of “random” multilinear polynomials for testing non-negativity algorithm
Nov
28
accepted Why is the unit of a compact closed category coordinate-independent?
Nov
27
comment Why is the unit of a compact closed category coordinate-independent?
Yes, you're right. I was fixated on the idea that the coordinates of a matrix depend on the choice of basis, forgetting that that's not true for the identity!
Nov
27
answered A mathematical puzzle.
Nov
27
asked Why is the unit of a compact closed category coordinate-independent?
Nov
27
revised Hopf bifurcation - System Transformation
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Nov
27
answered Hopf bifurcation - System Transformation