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CARMA Special Semester on Computation and Visualisation

"Artificial Neural Networks - Old and New"
   Associate Professor Stephan Chalup

3:00 pm, Tue, 27th Feb 2018
V205, Mathematics Building

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Rising Star award for Ali Eshragh

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Selected quotation

By the way, I was reading Dyson's "Selected Papers". On page 51 he says "Professor Littlewood, when he makes use of an algebraic identity, always saves himself the trouble of proving it; he maintains that an identity, if true, can be verified in a few lines by anybody obtuse enough to feel the need of verification". However, Dyson then goes on to say "My object in the following pages is to confute this assertion". What's OK for Littlewood may not be OK for mere mortals :-)

Richard Brent

Freeman Dyson's Selected Papers


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