history of gaming – Were there ever rule publications for one of the Braunstein Games?

We all know that Dungeons and Dragons – or rather the whole RPG hobby – can directly trace its history to Chainmail and the Braunstein Games. We also have a rough idea about how Braunstein Games would come to be:

Players for a napoleonic wargame would be invited to show up at Twin Cities. David Wesley would assign roles to those people to get everyone to the table, for example, the two opposing sides’ commanders, some soldiers, and the inhabitants of the town of Braunstein, where the commanders were to meet before the battle. The players then suddenly started to roleplay their characters.

According to Wikipedia, there were 4 Baunstein game events, some of them set in Banania.

However, this makes me wonder: Were those rules eve formalized in some sort of publication?

publications – What is the meaning of the number xxx in “Algorithm xxx” in papers’ title?

Many papers published by one of ACM Journals, Transactions on Mathematical Software, normally have titles beginning with “Algorithm xxx”, e.g. Algorithm 540, Algorithm 680. I’m just curious about what is the meaning of the number?

Does anyone know what the number xxx stands for? Does it just indicate the sequence of publication starting from 1? Thank you very much.

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encryption – Is extracting gender specification by utilising author names from scientific publications considers as GDPR non compliancy?

It is clearly stated in the European Commission website that gender is considered as “Personal data” which is ‘sensitive’ and is subject to specific processing conditions.

However, I am not sure on extracting gender specification on the data that is publicly available such as scientific publications (authors name) or patents (inventors name)? Yet the extraction of gender information requires a process for extracting authors name and using external API services (i.e Gender API).

Would such experiment compliant with EU definitions and GDPR? If not and yet the gender extraction is considered as ‘sensitive’ analysis, what would be the ‘specific processing condition’ to mitigate any potential risks?

My publications are attributed to another person’s Google Scholar profile – what to do about it?

In Google Scholar, my papers are listed as the publications of another person (with a similar name like me). I suppose that Google Scholar’s algorithms automatically (mis)attributed my papers to them.

I myself have not set up a GS profile, but I feel uncomfortable about my papers being listed at another person’s profile.

Do you have any recommendations regarding what steps I can take to undo this misattribution?

I have already tried the following, to no avail:

  • Contact Google Scholar about it (three times over a period of at least one and a half years), but I received no reaction.
  • Contact the library of the university at which that other person seems affiliated (as an undergraduate student) based on their e-mail domain; the library staff contacted that person twice, but likewise have not received any response by that person.
  • Try to contact that person directly, but I cannot find their contact data. (Their university library is not allowed to give me that person’s contact data.)

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information architecture – Should the taxonomy of forms and publications search match the site IA?

We have a search for forms and publications feature on a wide range of subjects on a government site for our users. We’re trying to develop a filter option that will narrow the results based on a subject (e.g. Electrical). The content producers of the forms and publications have proposed subjects that matches the information architecture of the site pages. As a UX/IA designer, this doesn’t seem the right approach given the changing nature of the site architecture, and some proposed subjects would be too-specific, resulting in few results. I need to provide qualified reasons to reject their proposed taxonomy. Are there resources from studies that could help?

ho.history overview – Why is it still common to not motivate results in publications?

This is a question about practice and publication of research mathematics.

On the Wikipedia Page for Experimental Mathematics, I found the following quote:

Mathematicians have always practised experimental mathematics. Existing records of early mathematics, such as Babylonian mathematics, typically consist of lists of numerical examples illustrating algebraic identities. However, modern mathematics, beginning in the 17th century, developed a tradition of publishing results in a final, formal and abstract presentation. The numerical examples that may have led a mathematician to originally formulate a general theorem were not published, and were generally forgotten.

My question concerns the last two sentences. I’ve heard several of my professors complaining about precisely this: in many mathematics papers, one can read the whole paper without ever understanding how the authors came up with the arguments in the first place.

1.) (Historical:) Why did mathematicians stop publishing motivational steps when publishing mathematics? (For example, were there particular schools of mathematicians who actively advocated for this?)

2.) Is there any movement amongst mathematicians today to change this tradition? (By this, I do not mean movement on a personal level; I know that many mathematicians motivate results in their publications with preliminary calculations they have performed when they initially thought about the problem. Instead, what I am looking for is a movement on the community level to initiate a change)

3.) There seems to be a lot of disadvantages to the above practice; by communicating how one thinks about a problem, others would be able to copy the author’s ways of thinking which will add to the knowledge of the greater mathematical community. Is there any practical benefit for not motivating results in papers?

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