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Welcomes

I see I haven't welcomed new people to my friends list in some time. so here goes:

23 Jul 2004: ellie_desu, pursuer, sugarsnap - friends from chambana, a local group (I think), and bayesnets, respectively
27 Jul 2004: agnosticessence, lurkinglaurie - from bayesnets and teunc, respectively
29 Jul 2004: discoflamingo - another of the math folks from bayesnets
04 Aug 2004: lilithharp17, settlement - met in found_objects and chambana
05 Aug 2004: neadods - a writer from wiliqueen and deire's lists
07 Aug 2004: penguinicity - yet another of the bayesnets crowd
12 Aug 2004: rowanrhys - from FoE
24 Aug 2004: dashamus - teunc's duck

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Banazir

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banazir
Aug. 26th, 2004 08:31 am (UTC)
Welcome again!
Glad to have you aboard.
While you're here. I'd like to hear a little more about you. Any math/CS interests besides bayesnets?

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Banazir
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banazir
Aug. 27th, 2004 07:25 pm (UTC)
Re: Welcome again!
I like number theory
Number theory: zengeneral's bag, and Julie's. I'm getting caught up myself, and it's taking some time what with my being of the geriatric persuasion when it comes to mathematics and all. But I'm encouraging all of my students to get more discrete math, combinatorics, graph theory, mathetmatical probability, and (computational( geometry.

calculus
What "year"?
Took up through Calc III and DiffEqs, did not go on to real and complex analysis. Know a little more now about recurrences that I've read about generating functions, undetermined coefficients now that I've taken (and read on my own some) numerical analysis.

Analysis ("advanced calc"): again, talk to zengeneral, he seems to have taken to it like a fish to water.

and the stuff covered in the automata and algorithms courses I've taken
Hrm. Well, I used to be decent with algorithms, and very good at automata theory, formal languages, and theory of computation. I've rusted a little in the last 10-11 years, but I'm scraping some of that off lately.

I don't think I can get anymore specific than that since I've only taken a few courses/done a bit of reading in those areas.
Any optimization (esp. operations research, linear/nonlinear programming)? Integer programming? Statistics? Stochastic processes? Topology? Abstract algebra?

Again, nice to meet you.

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Banazir
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