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That's "Steven" (with the "n" at the end)


"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." — Bertrand Russell


Product designer, consumer electronics: audio (with Philips), home automation.
Done computer science in a previous life too.


Belbin team roles: Plant and Resource Investigator


Personal values: respect, honesty, pride, modesty, fairness


I yell because I care


favorite candy


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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Fanatic
Oct
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revised What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy?
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revised What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy?
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Oct
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revised What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy?
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Oct
30
comment What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy?
@Jason: yes, I'm talking about GF2 polynomials. I'll add it to my question
Oct
30
comment What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy?
@J.M.: yes, as in CRC checksums
Oct
30
accepted Types of infinity
Oct
30
asked What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy?
Sep
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awarded  Critic
Sep
24
comment Types of infinity
Thanks. Does this also mean that the cardinalities of all classes which include the class of infinities are equal, and greater than the cardinalities of all classes which don't include the class of infinities?
Sep
24
asked Types of infinity
Sep
22
comment If $x=1$, then its powers end with $1$
I don't think OP knows about modular arithmetic...
Sep
14
comment Why is $e^{\pi \sqrt{163}}$ almost an integer?
accepted as answer for explaining how some numbers approach integers, albeit with a completely different example. I understand Rumanujan's Constant is way beyond my understanding of mathematics.
Sep
14
accepted Why is $e^{\pi \sqrt{163}}$ almost an integer?
Sep
13
comment How do I map a spherical triangle to a plane triangle?
Maybe also interesting for gis.stackexchange.com?
Sep
13
asked Why is $e^{\pi \sqrt{163}}$ almost an integer?
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13
revised sangaku - a geometrical puzzle
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comment sangaku - a geometrical puzzle
This is the approach I followed too, but I had some trouble finding a second equation to get rid of the theta :-(
Sep
13
comment sangaku - a geometrical puzzle
accepted as answer for indeed looking nicer than your other solution.