[Chicago] Interesting CS Math

Quentin Holness qholness at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 19:42:22 EDT 2016

I personally enjoy modeling economus-sapien and randomizing it's traversal
through a graph of goods.

Uh... Math? Well, bucket optimization, distinance minimization and a lot of

Project Euler and Project Rosalind are fun for interesting math problems
with savvy solutions

On Oct 26, 2016 6:31 PM, "Jason Wirth" <wirth.jason at gmail.com> wrote:

> What specific math / math problems about computer science do you find
> interesting?
> Good answers should be fairly specific -- something you could study in an
> heavily caffeinated afternoon or weekend. Answers like "linear algebra" or
> "combinatorics" have applications to CS bit they are too broad.
> Of course, links to materials are appreciated
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