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A short tutorial on Tietze transformations

Here is a little tutorial on how to use Tietze transformations. They were named after Austrian mathematician Heinrich Franz Friedrich Tietze. A presentation is a set of generators and relations given by the notation $$\langle~ S~|~W~\rangle$$ where $S$ is set and $W$ is a set of words in the symbols of $S$. $S$ is called […]

Beamer vs reveal.js for math presentations

I’ve used Beamer to prepare all my slide-based math presentations, and so does virtually everyone else. It works pretty well with minimal effort. It even has sensible defaults to dissuade users from creating walls of text, although I’ve definitely seen my share of walls of text. Recently there has been a craze of JavaScript-powered presentation […]