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Oleander Smile By Duane Romana
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There comes a time when a person asks themself what is their purpose on the Earth? This is a tough question because the answer is relative and dependent on multiple factors in a person's life and... More > circumstances. But once the person, he or she, old or young, whatever race, culture, religion, or creed, solves the riddle of their personal purpose on the Earth, then that person can smile like the oleander flower, content and satisfied with its survival in its ecological surroundings.< Less
Oleander Smile By Duane Romana
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There comes a time when a person asks themself what is their purpose on the Earth? This is a tough question because the answer is relative and dependent on multiple factors in a person's life and... More > circumstances. But once the person, he or she, old or young, whatever race, culture, religion, or creed, solves the riddle of their personal purpose on the Earth, then that person can smile like the oleander flower, content and satisfied with its survival in its ecological surroundings.< Less
Eulerian Calculus With Practical Applications By Willie Johnson Jr.
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The book Eulerian Calculus With Practical Applications introduces a new form of differential and integral calculus based upon Euler's formula and the application of quaternions. Eulerian calculus... More > redefines the limit. It imposes that not only does h go to zero but h must go to zero in the denominator of the difference quotient in order to form a derivative. This is mathematically permissible due to the conjugate nature of the cosine and the sagitta (versine) imposed by Euler's formula, i.e., as h=sagitta goes to zero the cosine goes to 1.< Less
Beyond Riemann and the Random Distribution of Primes By Remi Perron
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This short book explains the newly discovered prime number theorem in relatively simple layman's terms for anyone with a slight background in theoretical physics. The author gives an in depth... More > analysis of the not so random distribution of primes by showing how he has solved Goldbach's conjecture and the Ulam spiral. As you begin to understand the philosophical equation being brought forth you will also begin to uncover the irrelevant role that the Riemann hypothesis plays in understanding this elegant distribution. The book also includes blank pages for any intellectual number theorists wanting to build upon the work and solve the rest of the unsolved number problems in mathematics today.< Less
Beyond Riemann and the Random Distribution of Primes By Remi Perron
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This short book explains the newly discovered prime number theorem in relatively simple layman's terms for anyone with a slight background in theoretical physics. The author gives an in depth... More > analysis of the not so random distribution of primes by showing how he has solved Goldbach's conjecture and the Ulam spiral. As you begin to understand the philosophical equation being brought forth you will also begin to uncover the irrelevant role that the Riemann hypothesis plays in understanding this elegant distribution. The book also includes blank pages for any intellectual number theorists wanting to build upon the work and solve the rest of the unsolved number problems in mathematics today.< Less
Some Adventures in Euclidean Geometry By Michael de Villiers
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This book seeks to actively involve the reader in the heuristic processes of conjecturing, discovering, formulating, classifying, defining, refuting, proving, etc. within the context of Euclidean... More > geometry. The book deals with many interesting and beautiful geometric results, which have only been discovered during the past 300 years such as the Euler line, the theorems of Ceva, Napoleon, Morley, Miquel, Varignon, etc. Extensive attention is also given to the classification of the quadrilaterals from the symmetry of a side-angle duality. Many examples lend themselves excellently for exploration on computer with dynamic geometry programs such as Sketchpad. The book is addressed primarily to university or college lecturers involved in the under-graduate or in-service training of high school mathematics teachers, but may also interest teachers who are looking for enrichment material, and gifted high school mathematics pupils.< Less
Some Adventures in Euclidean Geometry By Michael de Villiers
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This book seeks to actively involve the reader in the heuristic processes of conjecturing, discovering, formulating, classifying, defining, refuting, proving, etc. within the context of Euclidean... More > geometry. The book deals with many interesting and beautiful geometric results, which have only been discovered during the past 300 years such as the Euler line, the theorems of Ceva, Napoleon, Morley, Miquel, Varignon, etc. Extensive attention is also given to the classification of the quadrilaterals from the symmetry of a side-angle duality. Many examples lend themselves excellently for exploration on computer with dynamic geometry programs such as Sketchpad. The book is addressed primarily to university or college lecturers involved in the under-graduate or in-service training of high school mathematics teachers, but may also interest teachers who are looking for enrichment material, and gifted high school mathematics pupils.< Less
Some Adventures in Euclidean Geometry By Michael de Villiers
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This book seeks to actively involve the reader in the heuristic processes of conjecturing, discovering, formulating, classifying, defining, refuting, proving, etc. within the context of Euclidean... More > geometry. The book deals with many interesting and beautiful geometric results, which have only been discovered during the past 300 years such as the Euler line, the theorems of Ceva, Napoleon, Morley, Miquel, Varignon, etc. Extensive attention is also given to the classification of the quadrilaterals from the symmetry of a side-angle duality. Many examples lend themselves excellently for exploration on computer with dynamic geometry programs such as Sketchpad. The book is addressed primarily to university or college lecturers involved in the under-graduate or in-service training of high school mathematics teachers, but may also interest teachers who are looking for enrichment material, and gifted high school mathematics pupils.< Less
Orthology Inference: Methods, Benchmarking and Applications By Adrian Altenhoff
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PhD Thesis of Adrian Altenhoff on the topic of Orthology Inference. ETH Thesis Nr. 20636 accepted on the recommendation of Prof. Dr. Gaston H. Gonnet, Prof. Dr. Paul Thomas, Prof. Dr. Marc... More > Robinson-Rechavi and Dr. Christophe Dessimoz. Orthologs are genes that started diverging through a speciation event; they are "the same genes in different species." Detecting the orthologs is an important prerequisite for many comparative genomics studies including species evolution and protein function prediction. This thesis revolves around problems to computationally infer orthologs: In the first part, I present a novel method to infer hierarchical orthologous groups followed by a contribution on how to benchmark orthology predictions based on real biological data. The second part of this thesis consists of different applications of orthology.< Less
Orthology Inference: Methods, Benchmarking and Applications By Adrian Altenhoff
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PhD Thesis of Adrian Altenhoff on the topic of Orthology Inference. ETH Thesis Nr. 20636 accepted on the recommendation of Prof. Dr. Gaston H. Gonnet, Prof. Dr. Paul Thomas, Prof. Dr. Marc... More > Robinson-Rechavi and Dr. Christophe Dessimoz. Orthologs are genes that started diverging through a speciation event; they are "the same genes in different species." Detecting the orthologs is an important prerequisite for many comparative genomics studies including species evolution and protein function prediction. This thesis revolves around problems to computationally infer orthologs: In the first part, I present a novel method to infer hierarchical orthologous groups followed by a contribution on how to benchmark orthology predictions based on real biological data. The second part of this thesis consists of different applications of orthology.< Less

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