Monthly Archives: February 2012

Why not donating your paper to the public domain?

Breaking news: David Hume and I just managed to make sure that our paper will be in the public domain when published (by Proceedings of the AMS). We have been inspired by Saul Schleimer, who has been consistently dedicating his papers … Continue reading

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BI: nonstandard analysis, a small investment

First of all, you can read about nonstandard analysis in a slightly more famous blog than my own, for example you can check out this post. I guess I should explain the quote “a small investment” by Isaac Goldbring (afaik). … Continue reading

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BI: Embedding hyperbolic spaces in products of trees

Lately, I’m having fun trying to quasi-isometrically embed metric spaces of all sorts in products of trees, like in this paper with David Hume (!). [EDIT: and this paper with John MacKay] This hobby started when David told me about this … Continue reading

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