epostma

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I am a Senior Software Developer in the Math Group, working mostly on the Maple library. I have been working at Maplesoft since 2007, mostly on the Statistics and Units packages and on contract work with industry users. My background is in abstract algebra, in which I completed a PhD at Eindhoven University of Technology. During my studies I was always searching for interesting questions at the crossroads of math and computer science.

When I came to Canada in 2007, I had nothing but a work permit, some contacts at Maplesoft (whom I had met at a computer algebra conference a year earlier), and a plan to travel around beautiful Canada for a few months. Since Maplesoft is a company that solves more interesting math and computer science related questions than just about anywhere else, I was quite eager to join them, and after about three months, I could start.

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Student's t distribution is named after William Sealy Gosset's pseudonym, Student. He published using this pseudonym because his employer, the Guinness brewery in Ireland, did not allow its employees to publish scientific papers after an incident where trade secrets were disclosed. In this blog...

This post is a further development of my earlier question in reply to John's post. I have implemented a basic version of the CANDECOMP/PARAFAC algorithm referred to on Wikipedia and described 

 

This is the fourth and final part of a blog post, the first three parts of which can be found here: Generating Samples from Custom Probability Distributions (I)

This is the third post in a four-part series; the earlier posts are Generating...

This is the second post in a four-part series that started with this post: Generating...

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