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Mathematicians' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2020-Feb-20 14:49 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 44 followers (average):

You wait for decades, and then two new elementary proofs of the Prime Number Theorem arrive at once:

R. McNamara "A Dynamical Proof of the Prime Number Theorem"https://t.co/q8546oYKau

F. K. Richter, "A new elementary proof of the Prime Number Theorem"https://t.co/0FJBWBDlk8

— theHigherGeometer (@HigherGeometer) February 11, 2020

2. One retweet per 44 followers (average):

You wait for decades, and then two new elementary proofs of the Prime Number Theorem arrive at once:

R. McNamara "A Dynamical Proof of the Prime Number Theorem"https://t.co/q8546oYKau

F. K. Richter, "A new elementary proof of the Prime Number Theorem"https://t.co/0FJBWBDlk8

— theHigherGeometer (@HigherGeometer) February 11, 2020

3. One retweet per 51 followers (average):

Nil geometry: making the impossible possible.

YouTube: https://t.co/9reODXMUOB pic.twitter.com/9PadpTl0Le

— Zeno Rogue (@ZenoRogue) February 12, 2020

4. One retweet per 59 followers (average):

Don't forget to submit your proposal do @SciPyConf - deadline has been extended to Feb 15th!

We have put together some tips on how to do that here https://t.co/y3J9p1oPkB

— Ax=b (@melissawm) February 10, 2020

5. One retweet per 76 followers (average):

La abogada Clara Campoamor (1888-1972) nació un 12 de febrero.
Defensora de los derechos de las mujeres y principal impulsora del sufragio femenino en España (logrado en 1931, y ejercido por primera vez por las mujeres en las elecciones de 1933).https://t.co/y8Hk375tc8 pic.twitter.com/bQygyAJKob

— Marta Macho Stadler (@MartaMachoS) February 12, 2020

6. One retweet per 83 followers (average):

Training a MLP with a single hidden layer is the evolution of a sparse probability measure (sum of Dirac) over the neurons parameter domain (here 2D for the regression of a 1D function, slope+position of the ridge). https://t.co/Yi2kJth3bE pic.twitter.com/2nePwSIQIP

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) February 8, 2020

7. One retweet per 92 followers (average):

"Academia: The Game"

un dessin humoristique de @benorlin https://t.co/vIZypwEjlm pic.twitter.com/rZiaUnHwFt

— Roger Mansuy (@roger_mansuy) February 10, 2020

8. One retweet per 96 followers (average):

A network of Penrose triangles in Nil geometry. Fun fact: the number of places you can reach in d steps grows as d⁴.

YouTube: https://t.co/zFB6VQn5Kt pic.twitter.com/GkuHuu5A1W

— Zeno Rogue (@ZenoRogue) February 16, 2020

9. One retweet per 103 followers (average):

The world's expert on snowflakes has written a 540-page book on them. Now he's giving it away for free here:https://t.co/zVnxcd2Pse

His name is Kenneth Libbrecht. He figured out how to grow identical twin snowflakes, like these: pic.twitter.com/xYC3TxMmMa

— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) February 9, 2020

10. One retweet per 106 followers (average):

Geordie Williamson "An illustrated guide to perverse sheaves" (lecture notes, 50 pages)https://t.co/qvul6YdJRX

Complete with hand-drawn pictures! pic.twitter.com/SmXrC6OG6g

— theHigherGeometer (@HigherGeometer) February 18, 2020

11. One retweet per 107 followers (average):

"Mujeres matemáticas. Trece matemáticas, trece espejos"
Un libro escrito a 15 manos sobre 13 mujeres matemáticas Colección "Estímulos matemáticos" @RealSocMatEsp y @SM_Espanahttps://t.co/g7P41ywNat

— Marta Macho Stadler (@MartaMachoS) February 16, 2020

12. One retweet per 110 followers (average):

I'm current advertising (closing 8th March) for a Research Fellow at @warwickstats working on ABC and particle MCMC for inference of environmental models, see https://t.co/rQqKuHPE4S This is part of the @NERCscience Landscape Decisions Programme. Contact me if you want to discuss

— Richard Everitt (@bayesian_stats) February 6, 2020

13. One retweet per 112 followers (average):

Roses are red
Thumbs are opposable
Equal-sized polygons
Are equidecomposable
https://t.co/ud2gfvpwBQ

— Evelyn Lamb (@evelynjlamb) February 14, 2020

14. One retweet per 142 followers (average):

The @hewittschool in NYC has added a Middle School Math Teacher position:
➡️Join me, @ebrennandegraaf, & others!

🔎Looking for someone who 💕s Middle School & Math & Middle School Math!

Is this you or someone you know?

More info:
👉https://t.co/NAnWAXwvEf

[#MTBoS+#iTeachMath] pic.twitter.com/FD64rnyhjx

— Benjamin Dickman (@benjamindickman) February 8, 2020

15. One retweet per 148 followers (average):

New at the blog: If you use active or flipped learning, are you not "actually teaching"? Are student having to "teach themselves"? Three things to know. (Extension of a thread I posted last week) https://t.co/tfOuhd8Z4L

— Robert Talbert (@RobertTalbert) February 17, 2020

16. One retweet per 150 followers (average):

Las matemáticas que revelan el techo de cristal de las mujeres en ciencia

Gran artículo de mis compañeras Rosa, Irene y Teresa de la comisión @mymRSME de la @RealSocMatEsp
https://t.co/KMpgohBCNi a través de @ABC_Ciencia

— Juan Miguel Ribera (@juanripu) February 17, 2020

17. One retweet per 156 followers (average):

Pinsker's inequality is a fundamental inequality of information theory. Bounds the total variation norm by the relative entropy (aka KL divergence). https://t.co/x6mBOiAUpA pic.twitter.com/pm5AObHLyU

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) February 10, 2020

18. One retweet per 157 followers (average):

A wooden model of the Barth Sextic, joint work with Silviana Amethyst (https://t.co/nZOZZW7ysm) started during the Illustrating Math semester at @ICERM and about to be shown at the art show for @construct3dconf. #mathart #illustratingmath pic.twitter.com/SXWSIq5g7t

— Edmund Harriss (@Gelada) February 12, 2020

19. One retweet per 161 followers (average):

Oldies but goldies: R.E. Kalman, A New Approach to Linear Filtering and Prediction Problems, 1960. Kalman filter defines recursively an estimator of the parameters of a Gaussian dynamical process. The basic method to control navigation systems. https://t.co/Bnv9YNX7rL pic.twitter.com/OnC7ib6uT3

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) February 19, 2020

20. One retweet per 165 followers (average):

The QR decomposition can be computed in a numerically stable way using planar rotation matrices. https://t.co/xGmrhV9A86 pic.twitter.com/XISoaVxB7f

— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) February 18, 2020