Strongly Connected Components Episode 36: Doron Zeilberger


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On this episode Samuel Hansen speaks with Professor Doron Zeilberger from Rutgers University. During a wide ranging conversation they talk about why everything is discrete, the importance of experimental mathematics, a divide and conquer approach to automatic theorem proving, the meaning of the word know, and the disjoint union issue that is plaguing mathematics. To find out more about Professor Zeilberger, or to watch some of his amazing talks, make sure to head on over to his website and while you are there check out his many opinions as well. Download this Episode Subscribe in iTunes(and leave us a review) Follow @acmescience on twitter too!

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