Hales Jewett Theorem
- More Scientists Treat Experiments as a Team Sport
- Last January, British mathematician Timothy Gowers invited volunteers to work on a problem in combinatorial research called the density Hales-Jewett theorem, which he posted at his Polymath Project blog. By brain-storming together online, two dozen ...
- Stanford and UC Berkeley create massively collaborative math
- Cooperation was dramatically illustrated last year, when Cambridge mathematician Timothy Gowers invited anyone, via his blog, to solve the thorny Density Hales-Jewett theorem. The problem had defeated top mathematicians for years, including Gowers, ...
- Problem Solved, LOL: A Complex Tic-Tac-Toe Puzzle Falls Thanks to Blog Comments
- For a first experiment, Gowers chose the so-called density Hales-Jewett theorem. This problem, Gowers says, is akin to “playing a sort of solitaire tic-tac-toe and trying to lose.
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- A week or so ago I wrote that while almost every newspaper has an arts section none has one dedicated to mathematics. I was rather hoping that someone would write in pointing out that the Estado de Sao Paolo has a widely-read maths supplement on the ...
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