This was my summary, de facto, and no reference list was provided during or after the workshop. I suggest you check against all participants and their webpage, to see their list of publication. As I did during the conference, hence the links to some books by some speakers… Good luck!

]]>In my experiences as researcher I think one problem is the positive assumption to simulate what one expect. You get always the results you want out of a simulation.

I would like to hear more and I hope you can summarize the conference for us. I also interested in a reference list.

Cheers,

Marcus Landschulze

In math you get the same exactly the same result where as in simulation (for valid simulations) you get results that are just equal in distribution. This doesseem to make it not the usual kind of math.

As for how abstraction math relates to (represents) reality I don’t see how there would be a difference?

Enjoy the conference, hopefully you can summarize for us!

Keith O’Rourke

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