Category Archives: Expository

Percolating Ideas

Today I want to write briefly about some of what I have been learning about Percolation Theory. I will try and make this interesting to the layperson, but some of the details require a bit of¬†mathematical maturity. As always, questions … Continue reading

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A Stroll Through Dynamics (and some Random Walks too)

Dynamical Systems is a vast area of mathematics, and one in which I have some small experience with a small bit of the research community. I won’t go into the overall field and all of its various subfields. Rather, I … Continue reading

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Measurable Counterexamples

There are many important perspectives to take when trying to understand something. A very common theme in really understanding mathematical ideas is to conceptualize them as Theorems, and understand intuitively why the assumptions and criteria become useful conditions for the … Continue reading

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