Monday, April 23, 2007

Miscellaneous links

It's a good day for math blogging. Gil Kalai, guest blogging for Terence Tao, explains the weak -net conjecture for convex sets (and can I say that I'm very jealous of the impeccable LateX typesetting on Leo Kontorovich presents an interesting example of the breakdown of discrete intuition from the Steele book on the Cauchy-(Bunyakovsky)-Schwarz inequality. Andy Drucker talks about why convexity arises naturally when thinking about multi-objective optimization.

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