Monthly Archives: February 2018

Test your intuition: logarithmic time

Here is a question to test your intuition for logarithms. NO CALCULATORS allowed, and don’t take a long time to work out an answer in your head! Just go with your gut. After you have committed to a choice (say, … Continue reading

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Visiting assistant professor position at Hendrix

My department at Hendrix College is hiring a 1-year visitor in CS for next year. This is my third year at Hendrix and I really love it—the department is friendly and supportive, the administration really cares about faculty and students, … Continue reading

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A (work in progress) translation of Joyal’s original paper on species

tl;dr: I’m working on an English translation, with additional commentary, of Joyal’s 1981 paper introducing the concept of combinatorial species. Collaboration and feedback welcome! Back when I was writing my PhD thesis on combinatorial species, I was aware that André … Continue reading

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