Speaker: William Stein (SageMath, Inc. & University of Washington)
Title: What is SageMath good for?
Abstract: Answer – almost everything you do. I will talk about how you can use SageMath in teaching and research. In particular, how to use Sage to support courses involving computation, to help in collaborative writing of LaTeX documents, to contribute and improve peer reviewed implementations of algorithms, and to explore new mathematics.
Achilles Beros will
speak on “Algorithmic learning and the arithmetic hierarchy”
I will present a theorem from my thesis that establishes the arithmetic
complexity of a well-known learning criterion. Two other papers have
been published since then that continue the line of research. I will
discuss the newer papers as well as broader connections between
recursion theory and learning theory.
Keller Hall 303
This week the Sporadic Logic Seminar will be Mushfeq Khan speaking on
“Turing degrees and Muchnik degrees of recursively
bounded DNR functions”.
This talk is based on a forthcoming paper by Steve Simpson. It contains
some results that shed light on a part of the Muchnik lattice that remains
poorly understood: the various degrees of recursively bounded DNR functions
obtained by varying the recursive bound.
I will give a tutorial talk, how to use LEAN and Coq/MathCopm.SSReflect, which are famous proof assistant systems.