tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.comments2017-01-16T17:20:05.705+05:30Spread the word .....Dr. Parthasarathy Shttps://plus.google.com/100496368567750603914noreply@blogger.comBlogger37125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-90132593619362254502017-01-16T17:19:06.425+05:302017-01-16T17:19:06.425+05:30Really this is very great information sharing with...Really this is very great information sharing with us. Thanks lot.<br /><a href="http://law.examhelpline.in" rel="nofollow">Examhelpline.in</a><br />jalpa prajapatihttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05630199287202885409noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-46180686102875405462014-09-12T10:48:24.335+05:302014-09-12T10:48:24.335+05:30Awesome and Interesting...Awesome and Interesting...thedigilibraryhttp://onlinecareerguru.blogspot.in/2014/09/national-defence-academy-nda-exam-dream.htmlnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-55927940341840443372013-10-25T18:54:47.016+05:302013-10-25T18:54:47.016+05:30There is NO SUCH THING as maths phobia. If you are...There is NO SUCH THING as maths phobia. If you are serious about helping your child, get in touch with me directly.<br /><br />Prof. ParthaDr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-71751177185921734872013-10-25T12:39:28.062+05:302013-10-25T12:39:28.062+05:30My child has math phobia. Thanks to you for direct...My child has math phobia. Thanks to you for directing me a way so that I can help my child to overcome her fear. I hope you continue these efforts and help more such parents like me.<br /><a href="http://www.mastermindvedicmaths.com/our-view.html" rel="nofollow"> vedic maths </a>sid sahuhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13553660290743707177noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-53005392492901072492012-08-22T21:04:01.050+05:302012-08-22T21:04:01.050+05:30Please see ::
http://drpartha.wordpress.com/2012/...Please see ::<br /><br /><a href="http://drpartha.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/16-2012-the-enquiry-counter-phenomenon/" rel="nofollow">http://drpartha.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/16-2012-the-enquiry-counter-phenomenon/</a><br /><br />Please stop treating me like the enquiry counter of a railway station. The least you can do is to introduce yourself first.<br /><br />And, why dont you try asking Prof. Kannan himself directly ?<br /><br />partha<br />Dr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-16688819215026416122012-08-22T20:27:19.430+05:302012-08-22T20:27:19.430+05:30Hello sir, i would love to get that scilab materia...Hello sir, i would love to get that scilab material that you are talking about. my mail id is asim.base@gmail.com Please get in touch with me.<br /><br />Regards,<br />AsimAsim Siddiquihttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17441127831888051200noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-71379809324065660482012-08-06T17:14:26.499+05:302012-08-06T17:14:26.499+05:30I bet you must be right. But it will take me some ...I bet you must be right. But it will take me some time to understand why you are right. Let me try.<br /><br />Thanks a lot for your attention to detail.<br /><br />partha<br /><br />BTW:: Who are you ? Balaji ? Jeffjo ? Can you mail me your mail ID ? I would like to get in touch with you directly. Thanks.<br />ReplyDeleteDr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-61034694665473610182012-08-06T17:11:44.614+05:302012-08-06T17:11:44.614+05:30This comment has been removed by the author.Dr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-58791787311142465862012-08-06T16:25:35.400+05:302012-08-06T16:25:35.400+05:30The point is, that it really isn't that compli...The point is, that it really isn't that complicated. All you have to do is recognize all of the possibilities, either implicit or explicit, in the random process. What creates the illusion of complexity, is the depths to which people will go to discredit this procedure. Which requires, in turn, those with the correct answer to go into great detail, as I did, to close any imagined holes in the argument. I had to show not only why my answer was right, but why the other must be wrong, with indisputable arguments.<br /><br />The conditional probability of an event E, given a condition C, is P(E&C)/P(C). In this problem, E is "the family has two boys." But C is confusing to some: they think, for naive reasons, it is "the family has at least one boy." Since 3/4 of all two-child families is in this C, and all of the 1/4 who are in E are also in C, this ration is (1/4)/(3/4)=1/3. But that is the incorrect C; it really is "You know the family has at least one boy."<br /><br />One fourth of all two-child families have two boys. One half have exactly one boy, but in half of those (whom you know only one gender) you will know about a girl. That makes P(C)=1/2, not 3/4, so the answer is (1/4)/(1/2)=1/2. That took only about 40 words to explain.<br /><br />But to force people to see which C is correct, it is necessary to resort to Bertrand's Box Paradox. A single family can't be in the C for each of companion problems that are based on whether you know about a boy or a girl.JeffJohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09110352332876400907noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-38699311661147443062012-08-05T06:44:21.775+05:302012-08-05T06:44:21.775+05:30WOW ! this is getting more complicated than I thou...WOW ! this is getting more complicated than I thought. I was a happy man until I started learning maths.<br /><br />Any way, thanks for your contribution.<br /><br />parthaDr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-6822388865704483202012-08-04T22:33:48.803+05:302012-08-04T22:33:48.803+05:30Probability is bewildering because it can seem bot...Probability is bewildering because it can seem both simple and complex. When viewed as simple, we tend to trust intuitive answers over deduced ones. When viewed as complex, we rationalize why such complexity must be ignored. I'll generalize the first illustration of this controversy, from 1889.<br /><br />Say you have N boxes, N gold coins, and N silver coins. You put two coins into each box, with exactly P*N boxes having one of each. We can see that (1-P)*N have two of the same kind of coin, (1-P)*N/2 have two gold coins (or two silver), and (1+P)*N/2 have at least one gold coin (or at least one silver). So, the chances a random box has two of the same will be (1-P).<br /><br />What if I select a box at random, and tell you it has a gold coin? What now are the chances it has two of the same kind? It is tempting to say it should be the ratio of "two gold coin" boxes to "at least one gold coin" boxes, or (1-P)/(1+P). But you would have to give the same answer if I told you it had a silver coin. And if the answer is (1-P)/(1+P) regardless of what I tell you about the contents, it has to be (1-P)/(1+P) if I donâ€™t tell you anything. Yet we know that answer is (1-P).<br /><br />This apparent paradox is known as Bertrand's Box Paradox. He used N=3 and P=1/3. Bertrand's resolution of it was to point out that the set with at least one gold coin is not the same as the ser where I'd tell you about a gold coin, since I could tell you about a silver coin in some boxes with a gold coin. Yet, the only way to get (1-P)/(1+P) is to assume that was impossible. You can only assume I'd choose randomly in such situations, and the answer becomes [(1-P)/2]/[(1-P)/2+P/2]=(1-P).<br /><br />Bertrand's version is an isomorphism of the similarly-famous http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Hall_problem, although it takes an obscure twist of logic to make the comparison exact. Suffice it to say that the intuitive answer, that the prize is behind the remaining door with probability (1-P)/(1+P)=(1-1/3)/(1+1/3)=1/2, is incorrect. The answer is (1-P)=(1-1/3)=2/3. Most mathematicians today will agree - usually after having it explained to them after they intuitively say 1/2 - that 2/3 is correct under the assumption the only assumption that can be made.<br /><br />In the Boy or Girl paradox, two intuitive blunders get in the way of seeing that it, too, is an example of Bertrand's Box Paradox, with N=4 and P=1/2. The first is to count only three cases, not four; eliminating one makes the answer 1/2. The second is to say "the chances the OTHER child is a boy can't be other than 1/2." These blunderers end up counting two-boy families twice, and also answer 1/2. <br /><br />Once both blunders are avoided, one often stops looking for others. But just like with Joseph Bertrand's box, and Monty Hall's doors, the answer of (1-P)/(1+P)=(1-1/2)/(1+1/2)=1/3 is wrong. You would have to give that as the probability that there are two children of the same gender no matter what gender you are told exists. That has to be the same as the unconditional probability that there are matched genders, and that probability has to be 1/2. This answer does not - and I'll repeat "not" because few who answer 1/3 want to believe it - make either of the two blunders I mentioned above. It counts only half of the N/2 families with a boy and a girl, because only half of the time that you know one gender will that gender be "boy."JeffJohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09110352332876400907noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-66039399901711145622012-07-18T12:54:16.640+05:302012-07-18T12:54:16.640+05:30Thanks for the post. I was wondering how I can clo...Thanks for the post. I was wondering how I can clone the packages, codec, libraries and software downloaded in one of the computers in our University's library. The above method really helped me out. Thanks.NJ Subedihttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06128961775432586644noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-34018941141082181252012-03-15T13:48:55.179+05:302012-03-15T13:48:55.179+05:30It is not just hype, it is marketing greed to make...It is not just hype, it is marketing greed to make money out of someone else's idea. As long as there are gullible people with lots of loose money, such swindlers and parasites will always thrive. My idea of publishing this stuff is to give people the other side of the coin which they do not see. This happens in the field of FOSS. Lots of unrelated and unqualified people jump into the FOSS wagon hoping to make money. On their own desk, I always see a Microsoft machine. I have taught in many of these private colleges where such double standards concerning FOSS is rampant. Shame on these swindlers. It is a pity that I am not allowed to own and operate a gun ;Dr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-90298858344575224672012-03-15T06:36:23.822+05:302012-03-15T06:36:23.822+05:30It is unfortunate that adding hype sometimes kills...It is unfortunate that adding hype sometimes kills the value of actual substance as well. I feel that there is no method to become genius, partly it is in one's genes and partly in one's efforts.Niraj Upadhyayahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08692234464399959939noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-10228250723865066012012-03-12T05:47:24.902+05:302012-03-12T05:47:24.902+05:30Thanks a lot. I have added this lnik, in my blog e...Thanks a lot. I have added this lnik, in my blog entry 37/2012, so that people can try the video. In fact, I am a follower of your "The Mathematics Blog"<br /><br />Thanks for making my life easier.<br /><br />parthaDr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-74567202808738043792012-03-11T18:17:50.315+05:302012-03-11T18:17:50.315+05:30There is a video here.
http://mathematics-diary.bl...There is a video here.<br />http://mathematics-diary.blogspot.com/2010/02/four-cubes-problem.htmlnilo de roockhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/15332190734914631351noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-67772243119239146332012-02-11T18:06:51.722+05:302012-02-11T18:06:51.722+05:30Its a nice feeling for me also that I had chance t...Its a nice feeling for me also that I had chance to study with you who has wide professional platform.<br /><br />RAM NATH PANDIT <br />Kathmandu University, NepalRAM NATH PANDIThttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07477604952716110561noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-69010589588149885092012-02-10T14:27:05.242+05:302012-02-10T14:27:05.242+05:30Its wonderful Sir, Dr. Partha to have lunch with R...Its wonderful Sir, Dr. Partha to have lunch with Richard StallmanLava Kaflehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18206512841068442070noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-14990307836762875312012-01-19T20:49:45.648+05:302012-01-19T20:49:45.648+05:30Better late than never. Take a look at the website...Better late than never. Take a look at the website of linuxfromscratch. There are also many more places where you get good project ideas e.g. sourgeforge, freshmeat etc. <br /><br />All the best,<br /><br />parthaDr. Parthasarathy Shttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-91378754972866372762012-01-19T18:53:14.548+05:302012-01-19T18:53:14.548+05:30How can I involve myself in this project, I rememb...How can I involve myself in this project, I remembered that had asked us in IIITMK but some how that didn't turned up, or we have not seen the big picture of Unix that time and by this time our eyes are fully opened. Please send me details regarding this project.akshathttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09178136303845700468noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-83244027102068197372012-01-19T16:52:01.634+05:302012-01-19T16:52:01.634+05:30wowow Sir, its great article for us Sirwowow Sir, its great article for us SirLava Kaflehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18206512841068442070noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-75311467205966629192011-12-16T20:44:28.340+05:302011-12-16T20:44:28.340+05:30Dear Jinu achan,
Me too, I remember Chemperi and ...Dear Jinu achan,<br /><br />Me too, I remember Chemperi and all the VJEC family I met there. <br /><br />Keep in touch,<br /><br />parthadrparthahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17618812487159667394noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-79953846271379992142011-12-16T19:44:16.272+05:302011-12-16T19:44:16.272+05:30Thank you sir for the grand sharing on FOSS
we are...Thank you sir for the grand sharing on FOSS<br />we are planning to have MTech in CSE<br />Vimal Jyothi is still remembers you!<br /><br />Advanced Greets of the ChristmasGenuachenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13790412617986890582noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-27432766570044788772011-12-16T18:36:00.618+05:302011-12-16T18:36:00.618+05:30Sir, its great Sir thank you Sir for sharingSir, its great Sir thank you Sir for sharingLava Kaflehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18206512841068442070noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7920562867143437872.post-17659249225208305972011-12-15T14:06:43.836+05:302011-12-15T14:06:43.836+05:30Sir, I'm going through similar pain. I'm w...Sir, I'm going through similar pain. I'm writing a book in Tamil. I'm trying to use Latex to compile it. Though I can compile the book, the right alignment is not correct. It is very difficult to get the layout right. Please share if you have any documents on it.<br /><br />My email id is balaji.kutty@gmail.comBalajihttp://www.blogger.com/profile/16025877059402671453noreply@blogger.com