I'm a software developer at Hudl where I work on awesome software. Before that, I was a grad student in mathematics, interested in probability theory as well as analysis, more on the side of functional analysis and less on the side of PDEs. Apart from that I'm pretty lame. Though I do enjoy watching football, playing golf, and playing the trumpet.

## A quick, cool result to distract you from finals

If you are like me, you’ve probably got lots to do for final exams and things of the like as the semester (trimester, quarter, whatever your school uses) comes to a close. In an effort to take a bit of … Continue reading

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## To Converge or Not to Converge – Hilbert Spaces Part 4/Banach Spaces 1

Last time I introduced the notion of the weak topology on a Banach space . I defined the topology in terms of net convergence, but remarked that this was equivalent to the weak topology generated by . The purpose of … Continue reading

## Moving Around a Sphere – Hilbert Spaces Part 3

Well, it’s been a long time since I’ve written a post, but I have a bit of time tonight and I really don’t feel like doing homework tonight, so let’s talk about some mathematics! Last time I wrote, I promised … Continue reading

## Hilbert Spaces – Part 2

Recall that in the finite dimensional world, two vector spaces are isometrically isomorphic if and only if they have the same dimension. In the last post, I mentioned that, by using the appropriate definition of a basis and dimension, one … Continue reading

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## Some Physics – Part 2

Imagine a drop of water splashing into a small bowl of water. When the drop hits, it will create water waves that will propagate through the bowl. If we place a screen with two small openings in the path of … Continue reading

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## Some Physics – Part 1

And now for something completely different! I’ve decided to write another series of posts in conjunction with my discussion of Hilbert spaces. As many of you know, I did quite a bit of undergraduate work in physics, and I thought … Continue reading