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bio website ce.sharif.edu/~dousti
location Tehran, Iran
age 30
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seen Oct 6 at 11:45

I'm a Ph.D. candidate, studying computer science. My research interests include Foundations of Cryptography and Computational Complexity Theory.

My Ph.D. thesis title is "Conceptual Analysis and Improvement of Zero-Knowledge Models."


Aug
25
accepted Vertical vectors in angle brackets
Aug
25
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
25
comment Vertical vectors in angle brackets
Thanks. Mine was 2.0, and upgrading to 2.10 solved the issue.
Aug
25
comment Vertical vectors in angle brackets
Oddly enough, I get this error: Package pgfkeys Error: I do not know the key '/tikz/append after command' and I am going to ignore it. Perhaps you misspelled it.
Aug
25
asked Vertical vectors in angle brackets
Aug
13
comment Graph-like structures with Qtree
+1, thanks. There's one minor problem, though: although the \edge[white]; command hides the edge, it prevents the diagram from correctly being centered on the page.
Aug
13
accepted Graph-like structures with Qtree
Aug
12
comment Graph-like structures with Qtree
@Alan: Thanks. Could you please help me with the tikz-qtree code?
Aug
12
asked Graph-like structures with Qtree
Jul
22
comment Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Thanks. Worked like a charm!
Jul
22
revised Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Removed the redundant part.
Jul
22
suggested suggested edit on Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Jul
22
revised Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Applyed the "code" style.
Jul
22
suggested suggested edit on Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Jul
22
comment Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Sorry, one more problem: If I try something like \CDROM{\SampleCodes\C#\GetPageSize}{}{}, I get an error related to the use of #. I can't escape it since the catcode of \ has changed. I can't change the catcode of # since I need it to define #1, #2, and #3. What can I do?
Jul
18
accepted mdframed and wrapfig
Jul
18
asked mdframed and wrapfig
Jul
18
comment Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Thanks a lot for the edit.
Jul
18
comment Tabular environment within the \newenvironment
Great, thanks! Just one point: The second approach prints unwanted spaced and the command \endinput; i.e. instead of \SampleCodes\C++\GetPageSize it prints \SampleCodes \C ++\GetPageSize \endinput.
Jul
18
accepted Tabular environment within the \newenvironment