Monthly Archives: November 2013

Markov chains, lottery misses and twitter

Yet again,  I’ve been drawn into looking at a little maths problem by an off-hand twitter remark. Mathematicians, so @MrScottGibson… what are the chances of getting not a single lottery number (bonus included) in five straight draws? — Tony Hodson … Continue reading

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Nesta Dynamic Demand Challenge Hackathon

I have finally got around to writing this up after a holiday and an extremely busy week! On 18th / 19th October, I attended the Nesta Dynamic Demand hackathon with Dr. Peter Boait, my colleague at the Institute of Energy … Continue reading

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