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I'm a second-year graduate student in pure mathematics at UC Berkeley. You can contact me at qchu[at]math[dot]berkeley[dot]edu.


Feb
12
comment Declaring a math operator for every capitalized word?
@egreg: but can't I do something like define a large class of operators at once in a loop? I think I remember seeing someone do something like this. (The hackiest thing would be to, say, declare all three- and four-letter capitalized math operators in advance.)
Feb
12
asked Declaring a math operator for every capitalized word?
May
23
awarded  Good Question
Oct
13
awarded  Commentator
Oct
13
comment Convenient way of typesetting boxes with multiple input and output wires?
Thanks for the example!
Oct
13
accepted Convenient way of typesetting boxes with multiple input and output wires?
Oct
13
comment Convenient way of typesetting boxes with multiple input and output wires?
Thanks for the example! Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with the syntax you used for beginning and ending a TikZ picture (and it doesn't compile in TeXnicCenter). Could you explain that?
Oct
13
comment Is there any mathematical blog support latex?
The very first Google hit for "LaTeX Wordpress" is en.support.wordpress.com/latex .
Oct
13
comment Is there any mathematical blog support latex?
WordPress supports LaTeX.
Oct
10
revised Convenient way of typesetting boxes with multiple input and output wires?
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Oct
10
comment Convenient way of typesetting boxes with multiple input and output wires?
Great! Any chance I can 1) put directional arrows on the wires (some of them will be in the opposite direction), 2) allow three wires to meet at a point, and 3) curve the wires, possibly a lot? I should probably have given an example of the kind of diagram I want to draw...
Oct
10
asked Convenient way of typesetting boxes with multiple input and output wires?
Jun
7
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Editor
Feb
6
comment Showing arrows crossing over or under other arrows in xy-pic without knots
perfect! Thanks again!
Feb
5
comment Showing arrows crossing over or under other arrows in xy-pic without knots
Great, thanks! Quick follow-up question: the diagonal arrows are showing up weirdly aliased in my PDF reader (Foxit). Is this a problem with my reader or should I be tweaking a TeX setting or what?
Feb
5
accepted Showing arrows crossing over or under other arrows in xy-pic without knots