Often I enjoy and learn from your blog. But today when I searched using the term “poetry” I came up with no matches. Perhaps you can fill that gap by noticing my blog “Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics” at http://poetrywithmathematics.blogspot.com.

Enjoy!

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I am fun of your math I am master student My scientific work about Discrete time dynamical System in simplex. Which university i can study PhD. Thank you. ]]>

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https://terrytao.wordpress.com/advice-on-writing-papers/maximising-the-results-to-effort-ratio/

https://terrytao.wordpress.com/advice-on-writing-papers/implicit-notational-conventions/

https://terrytao.wordpress.com/advice-on-writing-papers/on-the-strength-of-theorems/

]]>Thank you very much for all the great advice! Unfortunately, since Google Buzz closed down, the following links are broken:

“The ratio between results and effort in one’s paper should be at a local maximum.”

“On the use of implicit mathematical notational conventions to provide contextual clues when reading.”

and

“On key “jumps in difficulty” in a mathematical argument, and how finding and understanding them is often key to understanding the argument as a whole.”

I would really appreciate it if you would reprint these articles.

Thank you in advance!

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