Papers I like (part 1) | The ryg blog


55 bookmarks. First posted by ecksor august 2017.


"The kind of paper I like most is those that combine solid theory with applications to concrete problems."
computer-science 
6 days ago by hanyu
New blog post: "Papers I like (part 1)" papers 1-10 from the other day, with a few paragraphs on each.
booklist 
august 2017 by rdkeir
This started out on Twitter and I expected having to write up maybe 50 or so, but then it made the rounds. I don't think I have 1200+ papers that I'd recommend reading, and even if I did, I don't think a reading list of that length is actually useful to anyone. The original list…
august 2017 by phutwo
RT : New blog post: "Papers I like (part 1)" papers 1-10 from the other day, with a few paragraphs on each.
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august 2017 by abolibibelot
This started out on Twitter and I expected having to write up maybe 50 or so, but then it made the rounds. I don't think I have 1200+ papers that I'd recommend reading, and even if I did, I don't think a reading list of that length is actually useful to anyone. The original list…
programming  algorithms  papers  compsci 
august 2017 by geetarista
This started out on Twitter and I expected having to write up maybe 50 or so, but then it made the rounds. I don’t think I have 1200 papers that I’d recommend reading, and even if I did, I don’t think a reading list of that length is actually useful to anyone.
Programming  Work  Longreads 
august 2017 by shadowsun7
One thing I noticed while writing the list is that the kind of paper I like most is those that combine solid theory with applications to concrete problems. You won’t find a lot of pure theory or pure engineering papers here. This is also emphatically not a list of “papers everyone should read” or any such nonsense. These are papers I happen to like, and if you share some of my interests, I think you’ll find a lot to like in them too. Beyond that, no guarantees.
paper 
august 2017 by johanl
One thing I noticed while writing the list is that the kind of paper I like most is those that combine solid theory with applications to concrete problems. You won’t find a lot of pure theory or pure engineering papers here. This is also emphatically not a list of “papers everyone should read” or any such nonsense. These are papers I happen to like, and if you share some of my interests, I think you’ll find a lot to like in them too.
learn  programming 
august 2017 by jvangorp
Favorite tweet:

New blog post: "Papers I like (part 1)" https://t.co/4sqBHHZHSo papers 1-10 from the other day, with a few paragraphs on each.

— Fabian Giesen (@rygorous) August 12, 2017
IFTTT  Twitter 
august 2017 by chetan
New blog post: "Papers I like (part 1)" papers 1-10 from the other day, with a few paragraphs on each.
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august 2017 by ecksor
New blog post: "Papers I like (part 1)" papers 1-10 from the other day, with a few paragraphs on each.
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august 2017 by mtwilliams