Category Archives: undergrad maths

Happy birthday Xena!

It was a year ago today that I emailed Inkeri Hibbins, a wonderful administrator at Imperial College London, and asked her if she could email all the Imperial maths and joint maths/computing undergraduates and tell them about my new Thursday … Continue reading

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What is a uniform space? How some computer scientists think about completions.

This is post 2 of 2 posts both of which are attempts to explain some basic mathematical definitions which I have never seen covered in an undergraduate mathematics course. These definitions play a rolein Lean because it’s important to set … Continue reading

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What is a filter? How some computer scientists think about limits.

This is post 1 of 2 posts both of which are attempts to explain some basic mathematical definitions which I have never seen covered in a mathematics course. This one is on filters, and the next one will be on … Continue reading

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