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1/9801
A couple of days ago, I remembered the following fun fact from my highschool days in Romania: First, note that I am using the European notation for periodic decimal expansions (or repeating decimals). What you get is a periodic expansion, … Continue reading
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Masters research project
Together with Adrian Basarab and Denis Kouamé, we are looking for a masters student who will work on compressive sensing, random matrices and applications to medical imaging. We are looking for a candidate having a solid background in mathematics, with … Continue reading