Eklavya's Blog - Mathhttps://sharmaeklavya2.github.io/blog/Mon, 09 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0530Analyzing Hand Cricket using Game Theoryhttps://sharmaeklavya2.github.io/blog/hand-cricket.html<p>Hand cricket is a popular game among children in India. I analyzed it using game theory and got my findings published at FSTTCS, a well-known CS theory conference!</p>Eklavya SharmaTue, 07 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0530tag:sharmaeklavya2.github.io,2023-02-07:/blog/hand-cricket.htmlpostsMathGame theoryThe Math behind Jugglinghttps://sharmaeklavya2.github.io/blog/juggling-theory.html<p>This article explains how math can be applied to juggling, a seemingly non-mathematical area. This gives us more insight into what really goes on in a juggling pattern and helps us automate the process of finding new juggling patterns.</p>Eklavya SharmaTue, 22 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0530tag:sharmaeklavya2.github.io,2020-09-22:/blog/juggling-theory.htmlpostsJugglingMathGeneralizing Segment Treeshttps://sharmaeklavya2.github.io/blog/generalizing-segment-trees.html<p>How I generalized segment trees by expressing range query outputs as elements of a monoid and update operations as functions.</p>Eklavya SharmaSat, 20 Jul 2019 00:00:00 +0530tag:sharmaeklavya2.github.io,2019-07-20:/blog/generalizing-segment-trees.htmlpostsAlgorithmsMath