An interesting (?) coincidence: Le Monde weekend edition has its tourist page dedicated to Vienna! As usual, it is a list of places recommended by a local, Le Vienne de Robert Stadler, which includes Café Korb Postparkasse MAK (Museum für angewandte Kunst) Haus Wittgenstein Loos American Bar Maybe a wee bit limited a scope (albeit […]

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## Le Monde [short] guide to Vienna

September 16, 2014## Le Monde puzzle [#875]

July 12, 2014I learned something in R today thanks to Le Monde mathematical puzzle: A two-player game consists in A picking a number n between 1 and 10 and B and A successively choosing and applying one of three transforms to the current value of n n=n+1, n=3n, n=4n, starting with B, until n is larger than […]

## Le Monde puzzle [#872]

June 28, 2014An “mildly interesting” Le Monde mathematical puzzle that eventually had me running R code on a cluster: Within the set {1,…,56}, take 12 values at random, x1,…,x12. Is it always possible to pick two pairs from those 12 balls such that their sums are equal? Indeed, while exhaustive search cannot reach the size of the […]

## Le Monde sans puzzle

June 17, 2014This week, Le Monde mathematical puzzle: is purely geometric, hence inappropriate for an R resolution. In the Science & Médecine leaflet, there is however an interesting central page about random generators, from the multiple usages of those in daily life to the consequences of poor generators on cryptography and data safety. The article is compiling […]