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## Tag Archive for Mathematics

## Dual Classing Scientist

Mathematicians cum Computer Engineers use the word “Ring” to describe a Set of Arrays, as opposed to a Set of Elements. These Sets of Arrays can be [permuted] via reorganization of the Elements in the Arrays, or of the Arrays… Read more…

## Game On!

There’s no other feeling in the world like trading card games. Is The Game, “The made up rule sets and powers of the characters and ideas you play with using the cards when gambling,” or is The Game, “The act… Read more…

## Mathematical Collision Detection

Calculating collisions in a software graphing engine: 1. Each object in your simulation is represented by a matrix overlayed on a three dimensional grid, defining the space it occupies with points. For this example, let us posit that there are two objects… Read more…

## Break Me off a Piece of That

Before petabytes, there were terabytes. Before terabytes, there were gigabytes. Before gigabytes, there were megabytes. Before megabytes, there were kilobytes. Before kilobytes, we probably should have measured in hectobytes and decabytes. Before that, there were just bytes. Within bytes, we should probably… Read more…

## Moody Trigonometry

[sin] [cos] [tan] [cot] [sec] [csc] Sin with sin-alike. Alongside one another and together. Separate, and, side by side, complete. [sin]/[cos]=[tan] inv([tan])=[cot] inv([cos])=[sec] inv([sin])=[csc] Apart from one another, together. Not alongside one another, reversed in bearing. Without like-sin, forever bounded. Without sin,… Read more…

## Biosymmetrical Mathematical Evolution of Forms, with Incidental Applications

The most inadvertently sexy math problem in existence, if I may say so myself. [link removed](Don’t worry, it wasn’t explicit, just low-quality). If you’re… Read more…

## Factorial Layered Networks (NSFW)

I have recently been exploring line drawings of discrete factorial layered networks with limitless applications, and some exciting corollaries. The basic concept involves drawing vertices on a piece of paper and connecting them with line segments in such a way that… Read more…