The first paper I read for Causal Dynamical Triangulations is a fairly steep introduction (for me), so I went and looked over the 2D case and lessons, as well as a general review of methods.

I’m also looking at SAGE, Software for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation, a free mathematical ...

more ...Still working on Causal Dynamical Triangulations, I’ve also taken some time out to (start to) learn a delightful new functional programming language, F#, with the help of a good site, online journal, and this book. Mixing functional, imperative, and object-oriented programming with good mathematics features and the .NET framework ...

more ...I’m reading Chapter 8 of Modern Supersymmetry.

To understand the first sentence, I had to review Maldacena’s paper, which (not-so) incidentally proposed the AdS/CFT correspondence (hence its numerous citations).

Hmmm. I’ll have to read it again. ;-) But moving on …

Okay, now need to review non-renormalization theorems ...

more ...Professor Andy Albrecht has kindly pointed me to one of a series of papers by David Deutsch that begins the proof of Hugh Everett’s Many-World’s Hypothesis:

Quantum Theory of Probability and Decisions

This paper removes the requirement to have a probabilistic

interpretation of quantum mechanics, instead casting it ...