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A Hobbyist's Dialogue on Theoretical CS and Overview of Computational Complexity

A Hobbyist's Dialogue on Theoretical CS and Overview of Computational Complexity

Playing The Video At the bottom right of the above picture, There is a hyperlinked caption. Click on it to play the video. Talk Abstract If people thought of something fascinating about computers, Then it would usually be about some fancy practical application.

Auditing Honors Linear Algebra at UCLA, A Gratitude and Retrospection.

Auditing Honors Linear Algebra at UCLA, A Gratitude and Retrospection.

When we started this class I told you it would be a hard class. So, I did not fool you for sure. Mathematics is always difficult to learn and it takes alot of work –prof. R. Elman

Proving a Space Lower-bound on a Contrived Automata

Proving a Space Lower-bound on a Contrived Automata

The most beautiful moment I have felt while working on this problem was when a pure deductive reasoning yielded a reasonable approach, which in turn yielded a logic-based established truth

Quantum-interference-inspired Classical Problem Exercise

Quantum-interference-inspired Classical Problem Exercise

Yet, On a heroic movement, Computer scientists attempt to engineer superposition states, Whereby a probabilistic measurement outcome, Enables them to conclude answers to algorithmic problems!

Proving Graphical Steiner Tree is NP-Complete

Proving Graphical Steiner Tree is NP-Complete

Yet, Another NP-Complete Problem. Kleinberg and Tardos' exercise 38 of their algorithm design book

Guarini's Puzzle, A Less Elegant Solution

Guarini's Puzzle, A Less Elegant Solution

However, It is mine

Hunting for patterns. Two Competitive Programming Problems

Math is not routine calculations at all

UVa, Laser Sculpture - 11683. My Solution to a Competitive Programming Problem

Challenging my self to prove its correctness via formal logic

UVa, The Snail - 573. My Solution to a Competitive Programming Problem

Not based on fancy algorithms or data structures

Shifting Roads, A New Milestone From Data Science Internship to Quantum Computing

The road is still too faraway, anyway