Clifford algebras were originally introduced to generalize the set of quaternions to higher dimensions. Since these algebras are vector spaces, we can apply methods from Linear Algebra to better understand them. In particular, ...
If one imagines the Gaussian primes to be lily pads in the pond of complex numbers, could a frog hop from the origin to infinity with jumps of bounded size? If the frog was confined to the real number line, the answer is ...
Let d(u,v) denote the distance between two vertices u and v on a graph G and let diam(G) denote the diameter of such a graph G. A connected graph G has a radio labeling f if, for all vertices u, v of G,
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