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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.


Mar
7
revised Numbering Theorems/Definitions together, by section and without section symbol
fixed typos
Mar
7
revised Numbering Theorems/Definitions together, by section and without section symbol
Added output graphic and missing line of code
Mar
7
answered Numbering Theorems/Definitions together, by section and without section symbol
Feb
11
accepted Elementary introduction to creating BibTeX styles?
Feb
11
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
8
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
10
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
6
comment Standard form in TeX?
Use of a multiplication dot isn't even uncommon in certain places which speak English, at least among physicists and mathematicians. If the decimal point is not vertically centred, it is usually easy to distinguish from a multiplication dot. In those cases where there is risk of ambiguity, parentheses or spacing around the multiplication are often used. Because in context, it is easier to tell a centred dot from a decimal point, than a multiplication cross from the letter x.
Dec
5
comment How to typeset “TikZ”?
If you want to be sure that the k is italic, you might want to ensure that the T, i, and Z are upright, as in \newcommand*\TikZ{\textup{Ti\textit kZ}}.
Nov
25
comment Disable keyword highlighting in lstset
@jbx: Interesting. Thanks for reporting back how it worked. I wouldn't have expected there to still be a difference, especially given the image posted in Paulo's answer. Perhaps the non-keywords are being displayed in a typeface other than just \ttfamily (perhaps in a different size).
Nov
18
comment Make arrows inside lstlisting
Furthermore, assuming that your language uses == for the equality relation (as opp. assignment), you could use literate={=}{$\leftarrow$}{1},{==}{$=$}{1}.
Nov
16
comment Why does cleveref's \crefname command have no effect when it appears within a \foreach?
The author of the cleveref package, @TobyCubitt, appears now to be active on this StackExchange.
Nov
14
answered Footnote, non-inline syntax?
Nov
8
comment Resize brackets for publication?
Perhaps you want to use \left( and \right)?
Nov
1
comment Typesetting of negative versus minus?
For the record, this bit of pedagogy does exist independently of calculators. I learned this notation in secondary school in a year when graphing/programmable/etc calculators existed but were uncommon. (The class was in French, which may or may not be correlated with this notational convention.)
Sep
25
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
16
accepted Why does my new subsectioning heading not gobble the subsection title?
Sep
13
comment Why does my new subsectioning heading not gobble the subsection title?
@Ulrike: the missing \subsubsubsectionmark was exactly the problem: please turn that into an answer. :-)
Sep
13
asked Why does my new subsectioning heading not gobble the subsection title?