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Introduction to Transport Models By Jeppe Rich
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The book gives an introduction to transport modelling and is aimed at education of 2-3 years students with some mathematical and statistical background.
Introduction to Transport Models By Jeppe Rich
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The book gives an introduction to transport modelling and is aimed at education of 2-3 years students with some mathematical and statistical background.
Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity of Host-Parasitoid Interactions in Lupine Habitat By R. W. Wright
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Doctoral Dissertation -- Applied Mathematics -- University of California, Davis. The inhabitants of the bush lupine in coastal California have been the subject of scientific scrutiny in recent years.... More > Observations of a host-parasitoid interaction in the shrub's foliage record stable spatial patterns in a fairly homogeneous environment. Near the root of the lupine, another host-parasitoid interaction is also of considerable interest. In some cases this interaction has been observed to be much more persistent than suggested by mathematical models. In this work, a discrete-time spatial model of the first host-parasitoid system is introduced. We analyze the model, describing its transient behavior and finding the conditions under which spatial patterns occur, as well as an estimate of outbreak size under those conditions. We also explore one possible explanation for the persistence of the second host-parasitoid system.< Less
Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity of Host-Parasitoid Interactions in Lupine Habitat By R. W. Wright
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Doctoral Dissertation -- Applied Mathematics -- University of California, Davis. The inhabitants of the bush lupine in coastal California have been the subject of scientific scrutiny in recent years.... More > Observations of a host-parasitoid interaction in the shrub's foliage record stable spatial patterns in a fairly homogeneous environment. Near the root of the lupine, another host-parasitoid interaction is also of considerable interest. In some cases this interaction has been observed to be much more persistent than suggested by mathematical models. In this work, a discrete-time spatial model of the first host-parasitoid system is introduced. We analyze the model, describing its transient behavior and finding the conditions under which spatial patterns occur, as well as an estimate of outbreak size under those conditions. We also explore one possible explanation for the persistence of the second host-parasitoid system.< Less
Proofs in Competition Math: Volume 2 By Alexander Toller et al.
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All too often, through common school mathematics, students find themselves excelling in school math classes by memorizing formulas, but not their applications or the motivation behind them. As a... More > consequence, understanding derived in this manner is tragically based on little or no proof. This is why studying proofs is paramount! Proofs help us understand the nature of mathematics and show us the key to appreciating its elegance. But even getting past the concern of "why should this be true?" students often face the question of "when will I ever need this in life?" Proofs in Competition Math aims to remedy these issues at a wide range of levels, from the fundamentals of competition math all the way to the Olympiad level and beyond. Don't worry if you don't know all of the math in this book; there will be prerequisites for each skill level, giving you a better idea of your current strengths and weaknesses and allowing you to set realistic goals as a math student. So, mathematical minds, we set you off!< Less
Proofs in Competition Math: Volume 1 By Alexander Toller et al.
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All too often, through common school mathematics, students find themselves excelling in school math classes by memorizing formulas, but not their applications or the motivation behind them. As a... More > consequence, understanding derived in this manner is tragically based on little or no proof. This is why studying proofs is paramount! Proofs help us understand the nature of mathematics and show us the key to appreciating its elegance. But even getting past the concern of "why should this be true?" students often face the question of "when will I ever need this in life?" Proofs in Competition Math aims to remedy these issues at a wide range of levels, from the fundamentals of competition math all the way to the Olympiad level and beyond. Don't worry if you don't know all of the math in this book; there will be prerequisites for each skill level, giving you a better idea of your current strengths and weaknesses and allowing you to set realistic goals as a math student. So, mathematical minds, we set you off!< Less
Preliminary Model for Grand Unified Theory By Richard Lighthouse
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This technical paper builds upon the previously released "Mathematical Solution Unifying the Fundamental Forces," by providing a model and diagrams describing how the Electrical Universe... More > (EU) operates. Conclusions include: (1) Mass is not a property of matter, it is a dimension. (2) Fundamental forces do not govern the motion of matter, rather fundamental forces create mass as a dimension that we experience in a physical-discrete universe. (3) Fundamental forces are continuous and can be described using Analog Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (Analog QAM). (4) Physical particles and matter are not continuous (discrete) and can be described using discrete Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (Digital QAM). Possible limitations of the model are discussed and suggestions for further efforts. This paper will only be meaningful to those with a background in math, physics, and/or engineering. Each reader must comprehend that our universe literally blinks off and on, more than 1 trillion times every second.< Less
Prototype Design for a Time Machine By Richard Lighthouse
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This short technical note describes a prototype design for a Time Machine described in previous papers. This design is based on the fundamental properties of a blinking-discrete universe and could be... More > constructed in a garage workshop. Laboratory-scale testing and models will be needed prior to testing or deployment of a full-scale manned machine. The math derivation to support the design can be found in “Time Travel: An Approximate Mathematical Solution.” This information will only be meaningful to those with a background in physics, calculus, or engineering. While the author has used his best efforts in preparing this document, he makes no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents and specifically disclaims any implied warranties or fitness for a particular purpose. Each reader must comprehend that our universe literally blinks off and on, approximately billions of times every second.< Less
The Fractal Brain Theory By Wai Tsang
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The Fractal Brain Theory, or the Symmetry, Self Similarity and Recursivity Theory of Brain and Mind, is a Revolutionary new way of looking at the nature of intelligence and also genomics. It is the... More > key to a powerful and new kind of Recursively Self Modifying Artificial Intelligence. Wai H. Tsang presents an exciting new synthesis of all things psychological, linguistic, neuroscientific, genomic, evolutionary, informatic, computational, complex and fractal. Dealing with the most central puzzles of mind science and AI, and weaving in some of the most fundamental concepts in mathematics such as symmetry, geometry, functions, discrete maths and formal axiomatic systems. This book presents nothing less than a seamless unified theory of Brain, Mind, Artificial Intelligence, Functional Genomics, Ontogenesis and Evolution. Also covering topics such as the quest for the Perfect & Universal Language, Recursively Self Modifying Algorithms, Super Intelligence & Technological Singularity.< Less
The Discovery of Parallel Universes By Richard Lighthouse
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This short paper presents information into technology that has been used to move between two parallel universes. Described here are the possible technology characteristics of glowing orbs or balls of... More > light, which have been photographed and filmed, often near crop circles. By utilizing the blinking frequency of our universe, it is possible to move between universes. Some of the math used to calculate the "distance" between universes are explained. These orbs have been reported as glowing and/or pulsing and some appear to be 12 to 14 inches in diameter. Each reader must comprehend that our universe literally blinks off and on, approximately 1 trillion times every second. For those unconvinced that our universe is blinking - please see the related ebook, "The First Periodic Table for Elementary Particles," which provides compelling mathematical evidence. -- For more than 2 years, this author has been stalked, harassed, and threatened by US Government agents from the CIA, FBI, and NSA.< Less

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