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Mathematicians' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2019-Sep-16 15:08 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Mathematicians on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Links in tweets originated by mathematicians in the past 14 days, ordered by retweets-per-follower averaged over each tweet of the link. Below, each link is presented in the context of the particular tweet with the highest retweets per follower.

1. One retweet per 28 followers (average):

Heat diffusion vs. wave equation on a surface. https://t.co/DvBR57L8l2 pic.twitter.com/qSF24M22OM

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 8, 2019

2. One retweet per 41 followers (average):

The Thurston geometry not tweeted yet... Life on (not in) a spherinder. In this geometry, a small brick, when watched from a specific location, will look like a huge ring around you... more precisely, not one ring, but a series of concentric rings!https://t.co/r745yLpHhD pic.twitter.com/PhBeVi5uSK

— Zeno Rogue (@ZenoRogue) September 10, 2019

3. One retweet per 44 followers (average):

Gripping gears: two gears mesh with and rotate around each other, with no axles and no frame. Joint work with @willsegerman and @Sabetta_. Full video at https://t.co/YRbcjmfl2b pic.twitter.com/h8d6HQYHj1

— Henry Segerman (@henryseg) September 14, 2019

4. One retweet per 48 followers (average):

New tenure-track position open for asst prof in math at @harveymudd -- about one more month before the committee starts reading applications! Please pass the word! https://t.co/Djxwtz6Qok (open field, priority for #datasci)

— Darryl Yong (@dyong) September 11, 2019

5. One retweet per 56 followers (average):

In the static regime, the electric / magnetic fields generated by point sources is the superposition of radial monopoles / dipoles. https://t.co/P427gY1dQE pic.twitter.com/GCnqyvZPhH

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 10, 2019

6. One retweet per 85 followers (average):

The Brachistochrone problem was solved by Bernoulli and is the birth of calculus of variations. https://t.co/FruykhAkmj https://t.co/TxykJLkQhl pic.twitter.com/g6FY6u6riZ

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 14, 2019

7. One retweet per 85 followers (average):

The Brachistochrone problem was solved by Bernoulli and is the birth of calculus of variations. https://t.co/FruykhAkmj https://t.co/TxykJLkQhl pic.twitter.com/g6FY6u6riZ

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 14, 2019

8. One retweet per 127 followers (average):

Principal component analysis and non-negative matrix factorization are two particular cases of non-convex matrix factorization problems. They differ by the constraints on the atoms D and coefficients X. https://t.co/TAWN786Qq0 https://t.co/knuRHQNlNG pic.twitter.com/f7AvXgIozA

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 16, 2019

9. One retweet per 127 followers (average):

Principal component analysis and non-negative matrix factorization are two particular cases of non-convex matrix factorization problems. They differ by the constraints on the atoms D and coefficients X. https://t.co/TAWN786Qq0 https://t.co/knuRHQNlNG pic.twitter.com/f7AvXgIozA

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 16, 2019

10. One retweet per 130 followers (average):

"Women in Logic" please go and add yourself to the spreadsheet https://t.co/xaVNgBOvT5

— Valeria dePaiva (@valeriadepaiva) September 4, 2019

11. One retweet per 140 followers (average):

HyperRogue 11.2: Thurston geometries (free update!)https://t.co/uaNQ5MgmiC pic.twitter.com/TpWSBZkaVa

— Zeno Rogue (@ZenoRogue) September 13, 2019

12. One retweet per 157 followers (average):

Have PhD & looking for cool job? Apply for this position @uvmcomplexity as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Complex Systems & Data Science.

Funded by @mmdatascience, work on important problems related to health and algorithmic fairness. https://t.co/8croBBXASP pic.twitter.com/qWrcvOZxPC

— Chris Danforth (@ChrisDanforth) September 5, 2019

13. One retweet per 163 followers (average):

n-ellipses generalize ellipses with n foci. Spectrahedra (hence convex) algebraic curves of degree less than 2^n. https://t.co/GeCL3ndpr8 https://t.co/bxN21UimiX pic.twitter.com/lOhCihRnt3

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 4, 2019

14. One retweet per 163 followers (average):

n-ellipses generalize ellipses with n foci. Spectrahedra (hence convex) algebraic curves of degree less than 2^n. https://t.co/GeCL3ndpr8 https://t.co/bxN21UimiX pic.twitter.com/lOhCihRnt3

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 4, 2019

15. One retweet per 183 followers (average):

Bre̊xït https://t.co/5BS6DpeGzI pic.twitter.com/IYEdaAWeYh

— 𝙰𝚛𝚝𝚑𝚞𝚛 𝙲𝚑𝚊𝚛𝚙𝚎𝚗𝚝𝚒𝚎𝚛 🌻 (@freakonometrics) September 10, 2019

16. One retweet per 199 followers (average):

42 is a sum of three cubes

For context, see https://t.co/yTKfm9FLkv pic.twitter.com/5dXdOWX1GJ

— Tamás Görbe (@TamasGorbe) September 6, 2019

17. One retweet per 199 followers (average):

Oberta la inscripció al curs de postgrau "Matemàtiques de l'Educació Primària" fins dia 30 de setembre. Encara queden places!
Tota la informació: https://t.co/738wqaBhGF#PGMatesPrimariaUIB @UIBTalent @UIBuniversitat pic.twitter.com/NhVsekyzim

— Daniel Ruiz Aguilera (@druizaguilera) September 5, 2019

18. One retweet per 208 followers (average):

New from Terry Tao: the Collatz (3x+1) process comes very close to 1 for almost all starting points https://t.co/OJKF8mppp4

— Jordan Ellenberg (@JSEllenberg) September 10, 2019

19. One retweet per 211 followers (average):

20 years of @MitacsCanada : my article in the September 2019 Notices of the @amermathsoc recounts the story of the innovation platform launched by the Canadian mathematics community through their institutes: @CRM_Montreal @pimsmath @FieldsInstitute https://t.co/SO0iJ8w2HA pic.twitter.com/re398MC593

— Alejandro Adem (@alejandroadem) September 10, 2019

20. One retweet per 213 followers (average):

Oldies but goldies: A. Nadas, Least squares and maximum likelihood estimation of rigid motion. Kabsch-Nadas formula solves orthogonal least square problem (aka orthogonal procrustes). At the heart of the iterative closest point method for registration. https://t.co/KH89kG4tjZ pic.twitter.com/4nivqkielW

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) September 9, 2019