Monthly Archives: November 2017

Introduction to polynomial method

(The following is a blog-friendly version of Chapter 7 of my PhD thesis, which is an introduction to the so-called polynomial method.) The polynomial method is an umbrella term for different techniques involving polynomials which have been used to solve … Continue reading

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On a famous pigeonhole problem

After a short break from blogging, which involved moving from Ghent to Berlin, dealing with German bureaucracy, and learning how to make simple websites (the easiest bit), I am now back. I am working as a postdoc at the Free … Continue reading

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