actually later today (it's 5:20am).
The explanation/motivation section will be written tomorrow,
not a word about why or where to use it.
books that mention the resultant spend pages on the proof and
mathematics class. The same material could be re-arranged and
overall collection. This would be assembled for a computational
only deals with rings, composed of loose-leaf selections from the
a cookbook that only deals with pickles. I'd like a cookbook that
subjects into groups by purpose. The analogy is that my wife has
a single subject but "organize in the large" so I can shuffle these
I want to be able to "write in the small" (1 page) with a focus on
sparse, dense, distributed, recursive, etc.
subroutines would involve choice of polynomial representation,
the heat equation (target is the physics class). The 'cake'
like polynomial factorization, and "7-course meals" like solving
sections, e.g. "basic ingredients" like resultant, "main dishes"
2-sided loose-leaf paper. The algorithms would be gathered into
Each entry would be an algorithm or idea, explained in at most one
to other sections (ala cakes that suggest "see the frostings")
When something is used that is not explained, there is a reference
for computational mathematics. Pick an algorithm, write a page.
The idea would be to develop a cookbook-style of presentation
example, has option "subroutines" such as toppings.
choose side dishes, wines, etc). The 'cake' section, for
eggs), main dishes (steak), and 7-course means (how to
I've been trolling my wife's cookbooks.There I find basic ingredients (e.g. make batter, making
re-selected for a different class.
The key focus is on providing explanation and motivation. Most
The 1 page / 2 sides focus is much easier to write than a whole
chapter and, since you're staring at a single routine, it is easier
to provide motivation for why it exists and what the tradeoffs are.
"How" is interesting but "Why" is vital.
I've drafted a 0th cut at the idea. See
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