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I am a cognitive scientist / software engineer working towards my PhD in Psychology at Rice University.

My current research interests are centered in Human Computer Interaction and modeling large-scale declarative memory.


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comment How to represent the floor function using mathematical notation?
@ZevChonoles right on on all points. The best approach is to build a programming language that allows the mathematical notation you wrote, and then 'code' it that way. I'm pretty sure Haskell supports that, or something close to it.
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comment How to represent the floor function using mathematical notation?
I like this answer because it's easy for me to see it implemented as a function in most curly-brace programming languages (e.g., C++, Java). It's unclear to me how Zev's answer could be coded in these languages. Now a language that is tailored for mathematical notation (e.g., Haskell) might be different, so I guess it depends on your perspective.
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comment Inner product without transposing matrix
Cool! I didn't know that one could embed LaTeX in StackExchange posts.
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comment Inner product without transposing matrix
That's it @ACARCHAU. Thanks to you both. Mind posting as an answer so I can accept and close the question?
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