Well, I think we proved the min-max theorem for complex symmetric operators yesterday. Tomorrow we’ll bring it to Putinar and see what he thinks of it. Perhaps we can do math after all.
Yesterday was the beginning of my pass time for signing up for classes for next quarter, so I decided to look through the CCS classes for next quarter. Amusingly, Ryavec is teaching a class on F. Scott Fitzgerald, so I think I’ll take that. There is also a class on Hungarian literature, and, since I would like to go to Hungary next year, I think it would be a good idea to know a thing or two about its literature. Therefore I’ll take that as well. One nice thing about being in CCS is that I can take these sorts of literature classes rather than English 1 or whatever people normally have to take.
I seem to have encountered one of the limitations of Finale. Therefore I need to start writing music in a different program.When I woke up this morning, I clicked on a random link in my bookmarks on my computer. It was a page about MusixTeX, so I investigated a little and installed it. I managed to write nearly four bars of my dance movement in MusixTeX this morning after doing that. Unfortunately, I don’t have a good book on it. I only have a pdf file with not very many examples, most of which are extremely complicated. But at least I know that I can do anything in MusixTeX, whereas that’s definitely not clear with Finale.