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    Hypertopological dimensionality reduction algorithms makes absolutely no sense

    But I still think the OP is the smartest on TSR, judging by their GCSEs and two degrees.
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    (Original post by Salt Queen)
    I'm sorry. I'll stop picking on you op. It's so unnecessary. 😪
    Call Mr. De Rosa by his real name! The man specialized in hypertopology in Cambridge and Oxford. He's a certified genius! He deserves that.
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    If you've done **** all with it, then no.
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    (Original post by ThatOldGuy)
    Call Mr. De Rosa by his real name! The man specialized in hypertopology in Cambridge and Oxford. He's a certified genius! He deserves that.
    Excuse me sir, but...what even the bloody hell is hypertopology?
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    (Original post by Salt Queen)
    Excuse me sir, but...what even the bloody hell is hypertopology?
    "The Topology of Hyperspace". Basically, it's higher dimensional 'maps'. Mathematical. Really does take a lot of brilliance to do, but it's really obscure.
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    (Original post by Salt Queen)
    Excuse me sir, but...what even the bloody hell is hypertopology?
    Topology, but more hyp.
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    (Original post by Salt Queen)
    Excuse me sir, but...what even the bloody hell is hypertopology?
    Ask Marco De Rosa im certainly sure he would be aware what hypertopology is.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Topology, but more hyp.
    😄

    (Original post by ThatOldGuy)
    "The Topology of Hyperspace". Basically, it's higher dimensional 'maps'. Mathematical. Really does take a lot of brilliance to do, but it's really obscure.
    Oh. Right. 😐
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    I'm gonna Google hyperspace.

    I know cyberspace. Lmao.
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    (Original post by Salt Queen)
    I'm gonna Google hyperspace.

    I know cyberspace. Lmao.
    You know how everything you see and experience is in 3 dimensions? Try to imagine a universe with more dimensions - We probably live in that universe and the 3 spatial dimensions we live in aren't all of reality - Not by a long shot.

    Explaining it like that is hard, so try this: Somewhere in this universe is a Flatland where everyone is 2 dimensional, like a drawing on a piece of paper.

    There is up, down, left and right but no depth to anything. Now imagine that someone living on Flatworld were trying to make maps of 3 dimensional space. That's what these guys are doing, only they're 3 dimensional people trying to map 4, 5, 6 or 10 dimensional space.
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    (Original post by Salt Queen)
    Oh. Right. 😐
    Here you go:

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    Do u watch Rick and Morty?

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    You successfully managed to bait this entire thread so probably
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    (Original post by Edrulesok)
    You successfully managed to bait this entire thread so probably
    /thread
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    This is clearly a troll lol
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    This is a troll...
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    (Original post by ThatOldGuy)
    You know how everything you see and experience is in 3 dimensions? Try to imagine a universe with more dimensions - We probably live in that universe and the 3 spatial dimensions we live in aren't all of reality - Not by a long shot.

    Explaining it like that is hard, so try this: Somewhere in this universe is a Flatland where everyone is 2 dimensional, like a drawing on a piece of paper.

    There is up, down, left and right but no depth to anything. Now imagine that someone living on Flatworld were trying to make maps of 3 dimensional space. That's what these guys are doing, only they're 3 dimensional people trying to map 4, 5, 6 or 10 dimensional space.
    At your last sentence: Why do that??
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Here you go:

    I'm sorry but no. I cant listen to Patrick Stewart witter on about this any longer :afraid:
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    (Original post by a_d2010)
    This is a troll...
    Thanks Sherlock
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    Ok so in response to your questions

    I am not mr de soza from Greenwich University (is that even a thing, sounds like Trump University)

    Hypertopology is a term I created to describe topological structures with low phosphotronic capacity in relationship to their activation function. If you understand neural networks, you’ll understand.

    I actually may have got 877 in KS3 - but who doesn’t exaggerate in ther CV?
    There's a difference between exagerration and lying.
 
 
 
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