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Tag Archives: LMFDB
Functions Too Cool For Facebook. But Don’t Worry, We’ve Got You Covered
Today is the official launch of the L-functions and modular forms database. The LMFDB is a database containing all the relevant information about millions of mathematical objects. Set up like a Facebook for mathematical objects — by objects I mean … Continue reading
Posted in Events, Number Theory Tagged Emmanuel Kowalski, encryption, LMFDB, Riemann Hypothesis, terry tao, Tim Gowers Comments Off on Functions Too Cool For Facebook. But Don’t Worry, We’ve Got You Covered
In Praise of Teamwork
Part of what makes math blogging so interesting is that it helps to build connections between the people creating math and those consuming math. The evolution in math blogging and blossoming of math on twitter has done a great deal … Continue reading
Posted in Number Theory, people in math, Uncategorized Tagged David Farmer, LMFDB, Terrence Tao Comments Off on In Praise of Teamwork