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My paper on Differential Geometry on Graphs with applications to Foreign Exchange Option Symmetry

Started by Valery A. Kholodnyi in Quant Oct 2, 2017. 0 Replies

Dear Colleagues, I would like to bring to your attention my paper of 2001 on differential geometry on graphs with applications to the foreign exchange option symmetry in a multiple currency foreign exchange market that might be of interest to…Continue

Two Great Courses on Deep Learning and AI

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software Aug 10, 2017. 0 Replies

Deep Learning, Neural Networks and AIThe course is a new one by Andrew Ng, Co-founder, Coursera; Adjunct Professor, Stanford University; formerly…Continue

Converting infinite series to finite series, a problem cited here in 2016, is 4000 years old.

Started by Milo Gardner in Data Mining Software Jun 11, 2017. 0 Replies

IEEE has long noted that Egyptians were first to convert base 10 to a form of binary arithmetic. The Old Kingdom seemed to round off base 10 numerals and rational numbers by throwing away units as large as 1/64. Nearby Babylonians rounded off much…Continue


Java versus C++ (funny)

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software Jun 12, 2017. 0 Replies

I could not resist to post it. Note that I do not share the views expressed in this video.Enjoy!Continue

Self-Replicating Programs

Started by Decision Science in Data Mining Software May 28, 2017. 0 Replies

Not sure if this has any practical applications, other than to write a virus. But I am just curious about it.Have you ever written a program that self-replicates, and what did you do to stop it? For instance, let''s say a program that writes a…Continue

Yet Another Interesting Math Problem - The Collatz Conjecture

Started by Decision Science in Data Mining Software May 28, 2017. 0 Replies

Take any positive integer n. If n is even, divide it by 2 to get n / 2. If n is odd, multiply it by 3 and add 1 to obtain 3n + 1. Repeat the process indefinitely.  Does the sequence eventually reach 1, regardless of the initial value? For instance,…Continue


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