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Sunday, September 25, 2005

Self-study trick

Linear Algebra, extremely important stuff for 3D programming. This book
must be one of the best. It is from Springer, written by the well known Serge Lang and it is a 2nd edition. Must be good. Not? Thing is that I rather spend my money on other things like... bills, other bills and more bills. Solution? Use the table of contents from this book as a sort of plan and get the knowledge from free sources elsewhere. It really works. My Rubik program is the proof of that. Examples? This one to get started: Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra.

Tuesday, September 6, 2005

Learning Tex and other preparations

If you write clearly, then your readers may understand your mathematics and conclude that it isn't profound. Worse, a referee may find your errors. Here are some tips for avoiding these awful possibilities. Serious: I learned some new stuff today. Semi-Direct Groups ( at last ) and some first glimpses of Polya Burnside Enumeration.

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