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andrioni / catalogo.json
Created Jun 28, 2014
Unicamp - Catálogo dos Cursos de Graduação 2014
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"code": "AM016",
"name": "Educação Ambiental",
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andrioni / evasao.ipynb
Last active Dec 28, 2015
Evasão Unicamp (teste do Gadfly)
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andrioni /
Last active Dec 24, 2015
MPFR bindings for Rust
#![crate_id = "mpfr#0.0.0"]
#![comment = "MPFR bindings for Rust"]
#![license = "MIT"]
use std::libc::{c_char, c_double, c_int, c_long, c_ulong, c_void, size_t};
use std::num::Float;
use std::intrinsics::uninit;
andrioni / lll.jl
Last active Dec 16, 2015
A sample implementation of the LLL algorithm in Julia which outputs δLLL-reduced bases.
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function lll(mat::Matrix{Int}, delta=0.75)
matrix = copy(mat)
n = size(matrix,2)
function projection(v, i, Q)
sum([dot(v, Q[:,j])/dot(Q[:,j], Q[:,j]) for j = i:n])
while true
# Size reduction
andrioni / complexbench.jl
Last active Dec 16, 2015
Small benchmark to compare using MPC and using the julian native complex type with MPFR for the components
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function old_complex(n)
a = complex(MPFRFloat(1.1), MPFRFloat(1.1))
sum = complex(MPFRFloat(0))
for i = 1:n
sum += a
product = complex(MPFRFloat(1))
for i = 1:n
product *= a
andrioni /
Created Oct 7, 2012
Dominance-based solution concepts
This is a first (and ugly) sketch of an implementation of
dominance-based solution concepts according to [1], with yet
severe limitations (only works for bimatrix games, doesn't really
support a set dominating a strategy), but it does serve as a nice
prototype for future refinements.