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Hi everybody.Does anyone has a way to get this paper? Thanks very much.

Malykhin, V.I. Existence of topological objects in an any cardinal arithmetic  Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR
Volume 286, Issue 3, Pages 542-546

V.I. Malykhin
Existence of topological objects for an arbitrary cardinal arithmetic
Soviet Math. Dokl., 33 (1986), pp. 542–546
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I don't think I can find the ones you're after, but I managed to find 3 papers by what appears to be the same author. I've sent a hangouts request.
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RIP Jacob Bekenstein.
 
A giant

A great mind is lost. Jacob Bekenstein proposed a table-top experiment to indirectly measure for virtual micro blackholes.

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Chances are you've never heard of physicist Jacob Bekenstein, who devised a nifty formula for calculating a black hole's entropy. Here's why you should remember his name.
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Hawking outlived him? Who would have thought.
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Zach Cox

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Shouldn't they say "Unsolved" vs "Unsolvable"?  (hate to nit-pick)
For decades, we have known of only 14 convex pentagons that can do something called "tiling the plane." Now there is a 15th shape, but mathematicians are still far from knowing exactly how many exist.
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+The Squire I agree, and given the intended vs incidental audience, could it be the case that the author of the title of the piece was doing a bit of 'trolling' among the Math community (the incidental audience)?
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Timothy Lau
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Because few mathematical problems are as simple to state and visually pleasing as plane tilings...

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A comprehensive understanding of complex nanostructures--like proteins and viruses--could lead to breakthroughs in some of the most challenging problems
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David Orden

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Surprisingly enough, triangulations are not the 2D rigid structures with fewest bars.
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+Roger Lovegrove This works for 2D and that notion of rigidity. In real-life 3D applications one has to deal with other forces. The point here is that paeudo-triangles allow to get rid of redundancy in 2D.
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If possible, let me know whether you have some related researches/works.

A258400, A258434, A258435, A258436, A259145, A259172


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Jean DAVID

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Lambert W function
In mathematics, the Lambert W function, also called the omega function or product logarithm, is a set of functions, namely the branches of the inverse relation of the function z = f(W) = WeW where e is the exponential function and W is any complex number.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lambert_W_function
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Do you have fortran 77 program for LAmbert function.
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Find the Combination Order Number. One of the feature of this combination order number is that whatever be the length of the sample spaces the combination order number will be same for same selected object having its same linear position. 
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Parallels.
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Me Dev

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Well, What Can You Say
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Mind you, if X is 10, does that make you an "ex-is-ten-tialist"?
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For readers who know Italian.
This work offers a perspective potentially very powerful.
I ask any readers to express what they think.
Thank You.

The book starts from a not standard point of view into the deep learning communities. But in his arguments shows a perspective very deep about neural networks.
Starting with some reflections on the nature of cognitive representations, it offers some tools to clarify the concepts as structure, rule, and others.
These tools are proving very powerful as they explain why they are necessary neural networks, why they have to be deep, and offers ideas particularly innnovative about these networks should do.
He explains how to put together appropriate sets of neural networks to achieve a complete cognitive system.
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THE CONSTRUCTIVE STRATEGY OF MATHEMATICS
https://www.academia.edu/14679511
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www.mathHandbook.com

It is an online symbolic math and computer algebra system. It can perform exact, numeric, symbolic and graphic computation, e.g. any order of derivative, fractional calculus, solve equation, and user-defined functions, linear regression, symbolic differentation and integration,
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vz nuri

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striking new visualization of collatz further drawing out its fractal quality, in mathematica graph. originally from reddit. looks like feather, plant, or blood vessels. other empirical experiments etc: https://vzn1.wordpress.com/2015/07/13/summer-collatz-highlights-reddit-stackexchange/
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