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Allen Knutson, Cornell professor of mathematics and former world record-holding juggler, gives a public demonstration and lecture on how juggling patterns can be represented the mathematically.
The mathematics of juggling was codified about 25 years ago, when three different groups of jugglers came up with a notational system, called "siteswaps," which made it easy to record patterns, note similarities and find new juggling patterns--even by computer.