C-c-c-c-combo breaker! Finally the Linkfest deviates from the pattern it was establishing for itself. A Monday linkfest instead of Saturday? How eccentric! The reason the linkfest was delayed was I spent the weekend in Chicago, attending and speaking at the Graduate Student Logic Conference at UIC (if you’re interested, I spoke about Fitch’s Paradox– by the way, the paper I wrote on the subject is now online in the journal “Synthese”, and will appear in print soon, sadly Synthese has a paywall but you can read a bootleg version of the paper here (the bootleg has no author name because Synthese uses double-blind peer review and Synthese’s TOS doesn’t let me alter the final draft)) (the paper assumes basic familiarity with the paradox, so the blog article should be read first, if you don’t already know the paradox)
Here at Xamuel Laboratories, we are constantly researching how to make Linkfests provide more value more efficiently. This time around, we are experimenting with adding new info along with blog article titles, in cases where the title alone gives very little idea what the article is about. Hopefully this will give you a better idea when a link is worth reading, when the blogger didn’t pick a very informative title.
The previous Linkfest is here: Linkfest 4.
Ngô Quốc Anh: The Monge-Ampère equations: An invariant, The Picone identity for p-Laplacian, Uniformly boundedness implies weak convergence, A squeezing argument and application to logistic equations, Commutator of Delta and Gradient on functions
John Armstrong: Continuously Differentiable Functions are Locally Lipschitz
Jacob Biamonte: Network Theory (Part 7)
Benedict Eastaugh: Developing arithmetic in Gödel’s system T
Victoria Gitman and Joel Hamkins: A natural model of the multiverse axioms (PDF)
Jesse Johnson: Why cut disks?
Tanya Khovanova: A Son Named Luigi
Emmanuel Kowalski: Multiplicativity, where art thou?
Joel Lewis: Strogatz @ MIT
Daniel Moskovich: Why do we study knots in S3?
Jeffrey Shallit: Can Irrational Numbers be Represented in a Computer?
Scott Aaronson: CS timeline voting: the results are in!
Avoision: Charles Eugster: 91 Year Old Bodybuilder
Matthew Belinkie: Eurovision 2011: Semi-Final Preview Part 1
Matthew Compher: Portal 2: Modern physics in popular culture? Nice.
Diana Davis: How to publish a (mathematics) paper
Mark Eichenlaub: Dear Admissions Committees…
James Feudo: Don’t Be a Matt Foley Speaker
Lance Fortnow: Ravi Kannan wins the Knuth Prize
Anonymous, c/o Bill Gasarch: How important is Teaching Experience on the job market?
Simon Grey: Group Work and Group Think, An Interesting Idea (a response to my article: Is Mathematics Objective or Subjective?), Gigantic Waste of Time (or: How to improve introductory economics courses)
Timothy Gowers: Some post-referendum consolations
Khatzumoto: When to start getting used to Japanese
Tanya Khovanova: Good Math Research Projects for High School
Robert Krzyzanowski: There Is No Magic
Dick Lipton: Strange Places to Prove Theorems
Michael Lugo: Two no-hitters four days apart is not that rare
Alex Papadimoulis: Security by Post-It
South Bend Seven: Higher Education Bubble, Royals: Okay if they are a long time ago or far, far away
Pictures and Photography
Avoision: Journey to the End of the Night – 2011
Consolidation Crew: Security Breach: The London Mail Rail
Jessica Hagy: Need For Closure vs. Size Of Grudge
Locohama: Loco’s taken with Instagram #2