Monthly Archives: April 2010

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Bookmarks for April 26th through April 30th

These are my links for April 26th through April 30th: DoCIS: Documents in Computer and Library & Information Science – DoCIS is a service of the rclis digital library. rclis is dedicated to promoting free access to data about documents in computing and library and information science.DoCIS provides an integrated browsing/searching interface to rclis data. To start browsing our collection, please look at the list of journals and conference proceedings that we cover. See our service principles and our internal documentation for details. Mathematical Problems by David Hilbert – The supply of problems in mathematics is inexhaustible, and as soon […]

Bookmarks for April 12th through April 22nd

These are my links for April 12th through April 22nd: Gilbert Harman, Sanjeev Kulkarni – Reliable Reasoning: Induction and Statistical Learning Theory – Reviewed by Kevin Kelly, and Conor Mayo-Wilson, Carnegie Mellon University – Philosophical Reviews – University of Notre Dame – Harman and Kulkarni’s Reliable Reasoning is a welcome attempt to relate machine learning to the philosophy of induction at an introductory level suitable for undergraduates or for professional philosophers and scientists who desire a painless introduction to the subject. In clear, helpful figures and engagingly informal prose, the slender volume summarizes the main results and concepts of statistical […]

Bookmarks for March 23rd through April 12th

These are my links for March 23rd through April 12th: Earliest Known Uses of Some of the Words of Mathematics – These pages attempt to show the first uses of various words used in mathematics. Research for these pages is ongoing, and a citation should not be assumed to be the earliest use unless it is indicated as such. The Illustrated Road to Serfdom – by Friedrich A. Hayek cp42252001.pdf (application/pdf Object) – This article discusses the concept of information and its intimate relationship with physics. After an introduction of all the necessary quantum mechanical and information theoretical concepts we […]