John Baez, physicist, writes on ecology and mathematical physics.
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There will be a 5-day workshop on Programming with Chemical Reaction Networks: Mathematical Foundation at BIRS from Sunday, June 8 to Friday June 13, 2014 It’s being organized by • Anne Condon (University of British Columbia) • David Doty (California Institute of Technology) • Chris Thachuk (University of Oxford). BIRS is the Banff International […]
guest post by Eugene Lerman Hi, I’m Eugene Lerman. I met John back in the mid 1980s when John and I were grad students at MIT. John was doing mathematical physics and I was studying symplectic geometry. We never talked about networks. Now I teach in the math department at the University of Illinois at […]
In the last of my Oxford talks I explain how entropy and relative entropy can be understood using certain categories related to probability theory… and how these categories also let us understand Bayesian networks! The first two parts are explanations of these papers: • John Baez, Tobias Fritz and Tom Leinster, A characterization of […]
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