Tag Archive: zeilberger

Laptops are not the problem…

I take on Doron Zeilberger on laptops and talks

Unscheduled Post: Penrose vs Zeilberger

Being able to see the searches people use to arrive at Maxwell’s Demon can be quite amusing.  Two hardy souls even managed to come from a search for Mathematics. Just how deep in… Continue reading

Book Review: Mathematics a Very Long Introduction

I recently received my copy of the wonderful The Princeton Companion to Mathematics.  In the title of this piece, I could not help making the obvious joke, as the editor Tim Gowers also… Continue reading

Mathematics, Computers and Zeilberger

This piece is a ramble through a collection of thoughts linked to and influenced by the opinions of Doron Zeilberger. It starts with the uncertainty of proof and discusses the importance of computers before concluding with the future of mathematics in the large but finite.