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[quote name='Fl4sh' timestamp='1295483962' post='4761567']
I found this paper highly insightful and fascinating! blink.gif
http://arxiv.org/PS_...0910.3192v1.pdf


I don't.
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For the average programmer, no. This paper consists of logics and calc, so may definitely not be invaluable for 'any' game programmer.
Unless 'any' is synonymous with university / calc knowledgeable individual.

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I'm a math maniac, I think math has some very important stuff for EVERY game programmer, I even troll with that all the time, BUT I don't really find that stuff um... anything.

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I'm a math maniac, I think math has some very important stuff for EVERY game programmer, I even troll with that all the time, BUT I don't really find that stuff um... anything.


Ditto; OP is just trolling...

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I found this paper highly insightful and fascinating! blink.gif
http://arxiv.org/PS_...0910.3192v1.pdf

The abstract is great: "The self-similar structure of the attracting subshift of a primitive substitution is carried over to the limit set of the repelling tree in the boundary of Outer Space of the corresponding irreducible outer automorphism of a free group."
Someone pass the maple syrup - it goes well with waffles...

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[quote name='Fl4sh' timestamp='1295483962' post='4761567']
I found this paper highly insightful and fascinating! blink.gif
http://arxiv.org/PS_...0910.3192v1.pdf

The abstract is great: "The self-similar structure of the attracting subshift of a primitive substitution is carried over to the limit set of the repelling tree in the boundary of Outer Space of the corresponding irreducible outer automorphism of a free group."
Someone pass the maple syrup - it goes well with waffles...
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This seems to be a troll post and has been reported.

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This seems to be a troll post and has been reported.

Not a troll post! Sorry, been lurking for a while and was amused by the complexity of that thesis!

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[quote name='exoity' timestamp='1295976815' post='4764537']
This seems to be a troll post and has been reported.

Not a troll post! Sorry, been lurking for a while and was amused by the complexity of that thesis!
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What the hell are you talking about?

You're not the OP so you can't say for certain whether he was trolling.

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You're not the OP so you can't say for certain whether he was trolling.

True, but he's got a fair few posts so I assumed it was more like a joke - it certainly made me smile!

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I don't know if the OP intended this as a troll or a joke, but it is clearly so incredibly obscure and advanced that it is off topic. I'm closing the thread, or hiding it, depending on what I can do with the new forums, and have asked the OP to not do this again.

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