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Researcher in quantum information --- involving algebras over finite dimensional Hilbert spaces, graphs and combinatorics, and vector spaces over ℤ/pℤ.

I habitually edit and re-edit anything I write, as long as I have the time, interest, and ability. I should probably apologize for this tendency, but you will probably have to be satisfied with being warned about it instead.


Apr
9
revised Customized equation number not in same line in Beamer
elaborated question title
Apr
9
answered Customized equation number not in same line in Beamer
Apr
8
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
7
comment big square parentheses with subscript
@egreg: After some consideration I've edited the answer, because while I'm not convinced that the result with \Biggl and \Biggr in the outer parens looks much better, it certainly does better illustrate the point of the answer: how to pick and choose your delimiter sizes.
Apr
7
revised big square parentheses with subscript
Edited to use `\Biggl` and `\Biggr` in preference to `\left` and `\right` to better illustrate answer
Apr
7
comment Equation number on wrong line
@egreg: done (and old comment removed for cleanup).
Apr
7
answered Equation number on wrong line
Apr
6
revised How to make a multiply equation?
Added new code for subtraction and division
Apr
6
revised How to make a multiply equation?
added 15 characters in body
Apr
6
answered How to make a multiply equation?
Apr
4
comment big square parentheses with subscript
@egreg: I didn't actually. With the \max there I would prefer myself to have the huge brackets; though I would personally choose to avoid having an expectation of a maximum with so many conditions.
Apr
4
answered big square parentheses with subscript
Apr
4
revised How to best typeset “special” constants (complex unit i, Euler's number e,…)?
Noted that it was `\iota` rather than merely a dotless `i`, and condensed slightly
Apr
4
revised How to best typeset “special” constants (complex unit i, Euler's number e,…)?
added 188 characters in body
Apr
4
answered How to best typeset “special” constants (complex unit i, Euler's number e,…)?
Mar
25
comment TeX and Turing Award
@Jubobs: if you say so. This post is currently a noticeable outlier in the list of questions with that tag: if the community agrees that the description ought to be extended to fit, perhaps that's a good thing to suggest on Meta.
Mar
25
comment TeX and Turing Award
@Jubobs: If you mean that this is an example of The history and origins of TeX and its variants, their applications, their supporting software (such as fonts or viewers), and their mythology and heraldry, then I disagree. This has as much connection to TeX as the fall of the Western Roman Empire has to Norse Mythology (in that Attilah the Hun is pertinent to both).
Mar
25
comment TeX and Turing Award
@Speravir: Sorry, I think I was reading a little hastily. @ Jubobs (if you're reading this, I know that only one @ user is notified per comment): I consider it off topic because it's not a code question, and it's not about TeX.
Mar
25
comment TeX and Turing Award
@Jubobs: see Joseph Wright's comment above.
Mar
21
comment Is there a tool to make a complicated Table like this one (“Auswahlliste” from “Pahl/Beitz Konstruktionsmethodik”)?
@DavidCarlisle: The staff have confirmed that it is impossible to reverse a bounty; if it's possible for you to award +100 to user47919's answer, I would appreciate it.