The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear. —Gramsci

anyway hint, take a look at pilot wave hydrodynamics!

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don’t allow folks to play games and the administrator who look

soon after IT division are advised to block all such sites which allow folks to play games on the internet. ]]>

Many thanks for your question: indeed we are still working on these projects. There will be imminent changes soon as we begin to work on a final paper for each of the projects.

Sincerely,

Tobias

Regarding the other question, “Is it related to the map that Manny and I came up with?”, I think this sounded like Howard Barnum! The answer is “yes!”, it is very much so related to this map, but we call it the Petz recovery map because it was discovered about 15 years before the work of Barnum and Knill by Denes Petz (Barnum and Knill seem to be unaware of Petz’s work if you read their 2001 paper). It would be ideal to have the Petz recovery map in there as the recovery channel in the remainder term for data processing, but no one currently knows how to prove it (even though it is a running conjecture with lots of numerical evidence supporting it at this point). The best thing we can come up with to put in there is a “rotated, twirled” Petz recovery map, which comes about from an application of the Stein-Hirschman complex interpolation theorem. You can find details of all of this explained in Chapter 12 of http://arxiv.org/abs/1106.1445

]]>Are you still working on those open science projects on GitHub?

Thank you.

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