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Ph.D. student in Bar Ilan University, computer science department and economics department. Research interests:

  • Fair Division of Land.
  • Compuatational Linguistics.
  • Negotiation Agents.

Recently I wrote a working paper in which I cited several answers that I got from Stack Exchange members. Many thanks to everyone!

Email: erelsgl@gmail.com


Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
31
accepted Adverb for a person who is not the subject
Dec
30
comment Adverb for a person who is not the subject
So "I sent Johnny happily home" is a correct sentence and implies that Johnny was happy to go home?
Dec
30
comment Adverb for a person who is not the subject
The term "another person" in my question was inaccurate - I meant "a person that is not the subject of the sentence".
Dec
30
revised Adverb for a person who is not the subject
added 43 characters in body
Dec
30
asked Adverb for a person who is not the subject
Dec
17
asked “extension of” or “extension to”?
Dec
11
asked Conjunction when one element contains another
Nov
28
accepted Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
Nov
27
comment Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
What is the original meaning of "chotomize"?
Nov
27
comment Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
@Jim now that I think of it, probably the "furc" syllable means something like "fork", so "bifurcate" is literally: create two forks/branches.
Nov
27
revised Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
added 159 characters in body
Nov
27
comment Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
This also looks like a good option. There is also "trichotomize" which means dividing to three parts (if ever I need to change my algorithm from 2 to 3 parts)
Nov
27
comment Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
Thanks, this looks like a good option. The "bi" prefix emphasizes that there are two parts. And there is an additional benefit: if I ever need to change my algorithm to cut into three parts, I can use "trifurcate": thefreedictionary.com/trifurcate
Nov
27
awarded  Commentator
Nov
27
comment Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
@long hemidisecticate has one great advantage: it currently has no results in Google, so if I use it, my paper may have the privilege of being the only result for this word (except this StackExchange page, of course)
Nov
27
asked Divide to two parts, not necessarily equal
Sep
8
accepted The instrument that measures the consumption of water
Sep
7
comment The instrument that measures the consumption of water
Thanks, I tried everything but this :)
Sep
7
asked The instrument that measures the consumption of water