Matthew Titsworth

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I'm a Ph.D. student in physics and an M.S. student in mathematics studying fusion categories and topological phases at the University of Texas at Dallas.


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comment Parallelization and Hadoop
It certainly helps. 1. For the problem we are trying to solve right this minute, the number of equations is on the order of 3000 or so in approximately 100 variables. However, I know that this can be on the order of 10^4 or 10^4 equations in 10^3 or so variables. 2 and 3. This sounds like it provides a concise answer to the question and your description of how to proceed sounds like something we've already discussed a bit. Thanks!
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