24. February 2017
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The goal of this article is to provide laymen with a conceptual understanding of diagonalization. Th [More]

22. February 2017
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Welcome to the final installment of this three-part series on set theory. The first piece, Set Theory Defined, detailed requisite foundational knowledge. The second article, Set Operations, outlined some beneficial set algorithms. This post develops the concepts laid out in the first two; therefore, it is highly recommended that readers begin there. Individual sets have many useful properties; however, preforming operations on multiple sets provides even greater utility. This piece outlines four such operations. Each operation provides a concise means for addressing common programming problem... [More]

19. February 2017
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Welcome to the second installment of this three-part series on set theory. The first piece, Set Theory Defined (recently updated with code samples), detailed requisite foundational knowledge. It is highly recommended that readers begin there if they haven’t already. The first piece in this series introduced sets and exhibited how ES6 arrays are analogous to them. It also depicted how to transform, or map, a set into a related set. This post expands on set theory by probing into set operations. NOTE: All code samples are written in ES6 and are therefore not likely to execute directly in a bro... [More]

5. February 2017
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Set theory is incredibly intuitive and has many practical applications in software engineering. In f [More]

11. November 2016
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Welcome to the final installment of this three-part series on coding theory. If you have not had the opportunity to read the first two pieces, it is highly recommended that you do before continuing on. They are available here: http://hideoushumpbackfreak.com/post/2016/07/30/Coding-Theory-(Part-1-of-3)-Coding-Theory-Defined http://hideoushumpbackfreak.com/post/2016/10/29/Coding-Theory-(Part-2-of-3)-Perfect-Error-Correction Having covered cogent concepts in previous posts, this article aims to dive into a demonstration which consists of defining a code using a generator matrix and correcting e... [More]

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