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Any clues about this Newton iteration formula with Jacobian matrix?

A while ago I wrote about using Boltzmann sampling to generate random instances of algebraic data types, and mentioned that I have some code I inherited for doing the core computations. There is one part of the code that I … Continue reading

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Math.Combinatorics.Multiset and Sawada’s algorithm

I’ve uploaded a new version of my Math.Combinatorics.Multiset library (see the previous announcement here). I’ve added a few more fairly simple algorithms (splitting a multiset into two pieces in all possible ways; finding all size-k submultisets of a multiset), and … Continue reading

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Just a quick note to say that I’ve just uploaded a new package, multiset-comb, to Hackage. It primarily has functions for generating all the distinct permutations and partitions of a multiset (a set where elements are allowed to occur multiple … Continue reading

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