[One can tell it’s reviewing and letter-writing season when I escape to blogging more often..] There’s been some discussion on the NIPS experiment, enough of it that even my neuro-scientist brother sent me a link to Eric Price’s blog post. The gist of it is that the program chairs duplicated the reviewing process for 10% of the […]
I have really enjoyed our discussions of Specifications Grading. I have learned a lot from it, and I have enjoyed the conversations (which I will continue to engage in). I particularly want to thank Theron Hitchman, Robert Talbert, and Andy Rundquist for helping me think through this. I feel like I kept asking the same […]
Daniel Spielman was appointed a Simons Investigator in Theoretical Computer Science as a part of the foundation’s inaugural class in 2012. By combining mathematics with computer science, Spielman is able to make the process of solving mathematical problems faster and more efficient.