Blog entries with tag “Computer science”
- Computer science
I have heard about λ-calculus as a computational model for long, but never got a chance to have an even recreational look at it. Today’s entry simply records the creating of the parser.
Lagrange’s four-square theorem is a beautiful result in number theory. However, to the best of my knowledge, I haven’t encountered it often in theoretical computer science. Today’s entry discusses two interesting stories related to this theorem.
Starting from the classic puzzles of finding patterns in a sequence, this entry explores the framework to define persuasive patterns. The framework is found to be quite self-contained in the sense that it is ‘asymptotically invariant’ to the choice of ‘language of expression’. The only short-coming of this framework is that it works only for computable sequences, yet the process of pattern discovery is incomputable.
I allowed myself some CHANEL products to ‘reward’ myself for the acceptance of my first cryptography paper. I also consider spending money at its best value an interesting game. A commonly-seen discount aux Galeries Lafayette Xidan (Beijing) leads to an obviously NP-complete problem. Haha!
An algorithmic imagination of how Sina Weibo could implement Frequented Visitees, a feature that gives users the serveral accounts which they visit the most often.
Let me explain the classic idea that ‘the algorithm of a crypto system should be considered and made public’ to you. Particularly, I will discuss what it means by ‘crypto system’, which tells us what information should be no secret at all.
I was participating Advanced Assessment for Admission (AAA) of Tsinghua Union, passed the first phase and was interviewed by Insititute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences of Tsinghua University. Here is a transcript of the interview.