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Polynomial Multiplication, Karatsuba and Fast Fourier Transform
Let’s say you want to write a short program to multiply two linear functions f(x) = ax+b and g(x) = cx+d and compute the coefficients of the resulting product: You might think it’ll take 4 multiplications (for ac, ad, bc and bd) and 1 addition (for ad+bc), but there’s … Continue reading
Linear Algebra: Inner Products
[ Background required: basic knowledge of linear algebra, e.g. the previous post. Updated on 6 Dec 2011: added graphs in Application 2, courtesy of wolframalpha.] Those of you who already know inner products may roll your eyes at this point, … Continue reading
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