Almost all orbits of the Collatz map attain almost bounded values https://arxiv.org/abs/1909.03562
A Mathematical Coloring Book
Article by Hampton, Marshall
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Didn’t know this had been. Looks interesting!!
I made a guest post at the n-Category Café, thanks to a kind invitation by John Baez! The plan is for it to be the first of a series:
my favorite things in math involve finding discrete, combinatorial structure in squishy, continuous things like smooth functions and manifolds (or vice versa, finding some analysis-y object that encodes properties of some discrete thing that you're interested in)
i always found the de facto division of mathematics into algebra-y stuff and analysis-y stuff weird and uncomfortable but hey, i've never really been into binaries :V
Interested in statistics, algorithms, patterns, and randomness. My other, main account is where I hangout with my townsfolk. This one's for science-chat. #nobot
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