(cont'd from last toot) I'm still hoping that someday I can easily write things like \([x=y]\) in some text and have people easily get what I mean, without having to write "where \([p]\) is the Iversonian bracket" immediately afterwards. Same goes for the Stirling cycle and Stirling subset numbers.
One of my all-time favorite papers
After a decade+ of ridicule and dismissal, it's no longer possible to deny that broadband is a human right, nor is it possible to deny that private monopolists suck at safeguarding this right.
To understand how badly broadband monopolists failed, just look at the bankruptcy docs from Frontier. The company chose not to make a $800m profit providing 100gb fiber to its customers because making long-term investments would hurt its stock price.
I wrote up an example showing how to solve a differential equation using continued fractions: http://tpfto.wordpress.com/2020/05/25/on-solving-differential-equations-with-continued-fractions/ That being said, I'm still not certain if this can be systematized into an algorithm for holonomic ODEs.
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