tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post1968687118217543175..comments2024-01-22T11:26:37.599-08:00Comments on TGD diary: How Ramanujan did it?Matti Pitkänenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13512912323574611883noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post-20814617563896793362016-04-11T20:21:57.517-07:002016-04-11T20:21:57.517-07:00More to the point
http://minakshisundaram.org/wp-...More to the point<br /><br />http://minakshisundaram.org/wp-content/uploads/souvenir.pdf<br /><br />deep stuffAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post-15368368851633916042016-04-11T09:52:49.367-07:002016-04-11T09:52:49.367-07:00Matti my friend, LOL! This is the most interesting...Matti my friend, LOL! This is the most interesting blog post in a while. I nearly reincarnated from a car wreck the other day... perhaps I am getting close. This description of quantum computing is very close to the algorithm I'm building to computer solutions of backwards stochastic differential equation which necessarily involves time discretization and one of the checks is that probabilities sum.. verifying the unitarity of the computations. If a quantum computer was available, my code would be a lot more concise and generate less heat when running on the computer. The data that does into the computations grows by 10s of gigabytes per day. It's challenging but a lot better than my colleagues who just sit at the computer clicking on a small subset of this data every day. --CrowAnonymousnoreply@blogger.com