Monthly Archives: April 2019

Variational autoencoders

As part of one of my current research projects, I’ve been looking into variational autoencoders (VAEs) for the purpose of identifying and analyzing attractor solutions within higher-dimensional phase spaces. Of course, I couldn’t resist diving into the deeper mathematical theory … Continue reading

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Black hole entropy: the heat kernel method

As part of my ongoing love affair with black holes, I’ve been digging more deeply into what it means for them to have entropy, which of course necessitates investigating how this is assigned in the first place. This is a … Continue reading

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