SICP Exercises

I’ve added a new section to the site, “Misc”, which contains random miscellaneous notes and articles that I don’t really want in a blog post. One of the main things I intend to put into the miscellaneous section are discussions and solutions to some of the more clever or weird SICP exercises.

SICP exercises . . . → Read More: SICP Exercises

New Software Section

Well, the section has been there all along, but I updated it. If you click Software above, it’ll direct you to this page, which has a list of a good amount of software I’ve written with links to the source code. Enjoy!

A Joke

I don’t know the source of this joke. Modified somewhat a lot by me.

Several mathematicians are asked, “how do you put an elephant in a refrigerator?”

Real Analyst: Let $\epsilon>0$. Then for all such $\epsilon$, there exists a $\delta>0$ such that \[\left|\frac{\mathit{elephant}}{2^n}\right|<\epsilon\] for all $n>\delta$. Therefore \[\lim_{n\to\infty} \frac{\mathit{elephant}}{2^n}=0.\] Since $1/2^n < 1/n^2$ for . . . → Read More: A Joke

Quick Update

I haven’t updated in quite a bit, so here’s a quick run-down of what I’ve been doing.

I’ve been planning Part II of the Haskell post. I’ve been contemplating a similar post for using Lisp instead, with a focus on symbolic computation. I’ve begun to write a post on Fourier transforms, starting at the . . . → Read More: Quick Update

My Lisp Adventure

Now, this is a story all about how My brain got flipped—turned upside down And I’d like to take a minute Just sit right there I’ll tell you how I learned the lisp of a guy called John M’Car.

Around the x86, born and raised On the C debugger was where I spent most . . . → Read More: My Lisp Adventure