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Divye Kapoor

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Attended Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee

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I loved this new song by Ofelia K - I love my lawyer... The song is amazing: peppy beats and deep lyrics. Give it a try. You won't be disappointed. :)

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I recently tried hosting a static site on Github with a custom domain. Github's docs on getting this done are quite confusing. Here's a quick snapshot of how to get this done quickly: I'm going to use the zigndog.com Github repo as an example. The custom do...

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A beginning programmer writes her programs like an ant builds her hill, one piece at a time, without thought for the bigger structure. Her programs will be like loose sand. They may stand for a while, but growing too big they fall apart. Realizing this prob...

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So true!

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A quick post on what I use to check the stability of my Raspberry Pi!

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Grothendieck's inequality ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grothendieck_inequality ) asserts that a certain discrete optimisation problem (optimising a quadratic form over inputs that are +1 or -1) is equivalent up to constants to a continuous optimisation problem (optimising the same quadratic form over unit vectors in a Hilbert space). This is important for theoretical computer science, because the former problem essentially contains NP-hard problems such as MAX-CUT, whereas the latter can be rephrased as a semidefinite program (by writing the problem in terms of the Gram matrix of the unit vectors) and can be solved in polynomial time by algorithms such as the ellipsoid method. So there are certain NP-hard problems which one can solve "up to constants" in polynomial time: in some sense, the "ratio" between NP and P is bounded! Furthermore, in a certain technical sense, one cannot achieve a better approximation to such problems by *any* polynomial-time algorithm than through the Grothendieck inequality, at least if one assumes the Unique Games Conjecture (a result of Raghavendra).

Grothendieck's inequality also has a very cute connection to Bell's inequality in quantum mechanics, as observed by Tsirelson; roughly speaking, the ability of quantum mechanics to violate Bell's inequality is logically equivalent to the constant in Grothendieck's inequality being greater than one (basically because the discrete optimisation problem describes the envelope of all possible measurement outcomes of a classical hidden-variable system, and the vector-valued optimisation problem describes the envelope of all possible measurement outcomes of a quantum system). Or to put it another way, Grothendieck's inequality asserts (in some sense) that Bell's inequality can only be violated "up to a constant", at least when there are only two measurements made. (For three or more measurements the violation can be much more dramatic, a result of Junge, Navascues, Palazuelos, Perez-Garca, Scholz, and Werner.)

[All this I learned today from a very nice lecture by Pisier on these topics, largely based on his survey article linked to here.]

#spnetwork #recommend arXiv:1101.4195

Grothendieck's inequality also has a very cute connection to Bell's inequality in quantum mechanics, as observed by Tsirelson; roughly speaking, the ability of quantum mechanics to violate Bell's inequality is logically equivalent to the constant in Grothendieck's inequality being greater than one (basically because the discrete optimisation problem describes the envelope of all possible measurement outcomes of a classical hidden-variable system, and the vector-valued optimisation problem describes the envelope of all possible measurement outcomes of a quantum system). Or to put it another way, Grothendieck's inequality asserts (in some sense) that Bell's inequality can only be violated "up to a constant", at least when there are only two measurements made. (For three or more measurements the violation can be much more dramatic, a result of Junge, Navascues, Palazuelos, Perez-Garca, Scholz, and Werner.)

[All this I learned today from a very nice lecture by Pisier on these topics, largely based on his survey article linked to here.]

#spnetwork #recommend arXiv:1101.4195

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Probably the most famous of Grothendieck's contributions to Banach space theory is the result that he himself described as "the fundamental theorem in the metric theory of tensor products". That is now commonly referred to as "Grothendieck's theorem" (GT in short), or sometimes as ...

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Marriage: probably the most important decision in a lifetime. Once taken, it needs to be invested into and nurtured. The foundations of a marriage govern the lifetime of decisions that follow. You, my...

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marriage wo laddu h jise kha k v regret karna padta h aur na khye to v regret karna padta h

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Black suit... morning... wakes up... window... His face... got it covered... bouquet. I want your pheromones, messing with my hair on my time. Feeling self destructive, I want someone who wants to fight. Nervous bloody nose, smiling for a poloroid again. L...

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India's had some terrible inflation lately, I took some time to figure out the cumulative 2-year, 3-year, 5-year and 10-year cumulative price index (CPI) based inflation figures in the cumulative price index (CPI) over the past 56 years. These numbers are b...

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This is amazing but can someone please slow down that guy's fingers? :)

Loved this song. Bought it too. Enjoy a free listen. :)

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Awww...

"NYC subways have a strange rule. We took advantage of it."

"NYC subways have a strange rule. We took advantage of it."

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Rockstar Software Developer at Google

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- GoogleSoftware Engineer, 2011 - present
- ZigndogChief Technical Architect, 2009 - 2011
- QualcommIntern (Corp R&D division), 2009 - 2009
- MicrosoftIntern, 2009 - 2009

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Googler. Ex-Startup Guy. I work on stuff that you're using right now.

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Ubergeek, stellar student, harcore developer, occasionally belligerent, loves family and makes friends with care.

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Played chess with the Chess World Champion. Silver medallist, IIT Roorkee.

Education

- Indian Institute of Technology, RoorkeeComputer Science and Engineering, 2006 - 2011
- Indian Institute of Technology RoorkeeInformation Technology, 2006 - 2011
- Loyola High School2006

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- DeeKaying - Geekiness @ IIT Roorkee (current)

Bullshit food. Meal cost - $80. Ordered 2 soups, 2 spicy tuna rolls, 1 risotto, 1 fish, 1 tiramisu to feed 2 people. Portion sizes really small and the sushi was meh (stale). $10 for 2 0.5l water bottles. Are you kidding me! Go elsewhere.

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Went here with a group of friends on a birthday. Amazing Indian food. Don't forget to try the Balti Murgh.

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reviewed 2 years ago

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reviewed 4 years ago

Malabar chicken biryani was excellent. Fish cutlets were really fresh and savory. The hostess was considerate and gave good recommendations. Will definitely visit again when I visit this area.

Public - 2 years ago

reviewed 2 years ago

I went for their Saturday dinner buffet. A little on the expensive side but lots of options and quite tasty "authentic" Indian food. I especially liked the basmati rice that day.

Public - 4 years ago

reviewed 4 years ago