Posts

Aug 27, 2014
A Sneak Preview of Game Theory in Sage (2/3): Matching Games
In my previous post here I described some of the Sage development that +James Campbell and I spent a lot of time this Summer working on. In that post I described some work that has subsequently been accepted and included in the latest release of Sage (here’s the latest changlog): code to calculate the Shapley value.
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Aug 1, 2014
A Sneak Preview of Game Theory in Sage (1/3): Cooperative Game Theory
+James Campbell and I spent a lot of time this Summer working on implementing some Game Theory in to Sage.
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Jul 27, 2014
Game Theory and Pavement Etiquette
Last week the BBC published an article entitled: ‘Advice for foreigners on how Britons walk’. The piece basically discusses the fact that in Britain there doesn’t seem to be any etiquette over which side of the pavement one walks on:
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Jul 19, 2014
Using Github pages and Python to distribute my conference talks
I’m very conscious about wanting to share as much of what I do as a research/instructor in as easy a way as possible. One example of this is the slides/decks that I use for talks I give. 3 or 4 years ago I was doing this with a Dropbox link. More recently this has lead to me putting everything on github but this wasn’t ideal as I’ve started to accumulate a large number of repositories for the various talks I give.
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Jul 15, 2014
Three Days: Two Higher Ed Conferences
Last week I took part in two conferences on the subject of higher education and so here’s a blog post with some thoughts and reflections.
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