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ucture of proteins, specifically to use his | mathematical abilities to determine possible helical str |
e that sex-based differences in spatial and | mathematical abilities may be biological in origin. |
s apparent that Alpher provided much needed | mathematical ability to support Gamow's theorizing. |
merican mathematicians known for their wide | mathematical ability, their home-built supercomputers, a |
left hemisphere would have an advantage in | mathematical ability. |
Any grouping together of | mathematical, abstract, or concrete objects, however for |
Random oracles are a | mathematical abstraction used in cryptographic proofs; t |
It is | mathematical abstraction sometimes used to design digita |
where gyr is the | mathematical abstraction of Thomas precession into an op |
and Alan Turing's Turing machines provided | mathematical abstractions for expressing algorithms; the |
Among his | mathematical accomplishments was the discovery and proof |
He also had a number of significant | mathematical accomplishments, including foundation work |
His great | mathematical achievements were recognized by his early e |
Mathematical adaptation of utility formulas once best ap | |
SR1 formula, a | mathematical algorithm |
Supreme Court case (1978) that ruled that a | mathematical algorithm is not patentable if its applicat |
are based on the Fast Fourier transform, a | mathematical algorithm that quickly extracts the frequen |
likelihood sequence estimation (MLSE) is a | mathematical algorithm to extract useful data out of a n |
lly arranged using different layout styles, | mathematical algorithms used in graph drawing. |
The permanent archive of work is primarily | mathematical, although numerical calculations are often |
Wheels, Life, and Other | Mathematical Amusements 1983; W. H. Freeman & Co. ISBN 0 |
fessor Warren K. Lewis, Gilliland developed | mathematical analyses of fractional distillation columns |
a laboratory where computational or applied | mathematical analyses are done on a computer-generated m |
binatorics, Inf - Information theory, Ana - | Mathematical analysis |
hich brought together Nicholson's brilliant | mathematical analysis and Merton's experimental skill. |
ral important contributions to geometry and | mathematical analysis (see linear PDEs for example). |
His work is in various areas of | mathematical analysis such as the geometry of Banach spa |
Although the detailed | mathematical analysis of motions is quite complex, most |
lation and sampling theory, "the Journal of | Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Vol. |
t he put his ideas into the pamphlet called | Mathematical Analysis of Logic. |
A Course In | Mathematical Analysis Vol II, part I Translated by O. Du |
"Intermediate value theorem", a theorem in | mathematical analysis |
Peacock's main contribution to | mathematical analysis is his attempt to place algebra on |
June 16, 1905 he became professor of higher | mathematical analysis at Stockholm University College an |
tional learning theory, learnability is the | mathematical analysis of machine learning. |
named after Luigi Chierchia, a professor of | mathematical analysis at Roma Tre University. |
emical sensors in FES mode, and the related | mathematical analysis with experimental demonstration, w |
In 1884 he recast Maxwell's | mathematical analysis from its original cumbersome form |
atics and a Doctor of Philosophy in 1955 in | mathematical analysis from Cornell University. |
A Course In | Mathematical Analysis Vol I Translated by O. Dunkel and |
h in number theory, algebraic geometry, and | mathematical analysis have earned him many international |
is attempt to physically validate Maxwell's | mathematical analysis of electromagnetic waves. |
ration, where he organized and directed the | Mathematical Analysis Group. |
until the present day he is the head of the | Mathematical Analysis chair of the department. |
and Related Fields, “NoDea” and “Journal of | Mathematical Analysis and Applications” |
atician, known particularly for his work on | mathematical analysis of the finite element method espec |
s as we know it did not yet exist then, and | mathematical analysis sufficient to discuss the converge |
Introductory | Mathematical Analysis (for Business, Economics, and the |
In mathematics, the Chicago school of | mathematical analysis is a school of thought which empha |
combinatorics, probability, set theory and | mathematical analysis, and for personally stimulating ma |
In | mathematical analysis, Bernstein's inequality is named a |
In | mathematical analysis, Trudinger's theorem or the Trudin |
In | mathematical analysis, Janson has publications in functi |
Bohr worked in | mathematical analysis, founding the field of almost peri |
esearch continued the work of his father in | mathematical analysis, especially in the fields of the d |
His main research is in the fields of | mathematical analysis, mathematical and computational li |
PSRC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training in | mathematical analysis. |
d the first holder was expected to focus on | mathematical analysis. |
ilosophical discussions, and new methods of | mathematical analysis." |
main area of work was in number theory and | mathematical analysis; he proved a number of results on |
Rather than deriving a | mathematical analytical solution to the problem, experim |
which pits the player against a variety of | mathematical and logical puzzles. |
963 upon completing the degree of Doctor of | Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of |
These machines examined | mathematical and physical analogies that underlay analog |
He has developed | mathematical and computer techniques for quantum chemica |
ic novels employ a vast vocabulary, contain | mathematical and philosophical puzzles, and avoid pop cu |
The first one is based on the use of | mathematical and physical procedures in the process of m |
Born in Istanbul, he received his BA in | Mathematical and Astronomical Science in 1945. |
inted in the second volume of his Tracts on | Mathematical and Philosophical Subjects, and procured fo |
It is therefore proper to speak of moral, | mathematical and other non-sensuous forms of beauty, con |
alinas Braille code is a method of encoding | mathematical and scientific notation linearly using eigh |
He was educated in | mathematical and other military sciences in Schemnitz an |
iston continued to write and preach both on | mathematical and theological subjects with considerable |
ian; he is a professor in the Department of | Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at the University |
physics, hyperbolic conservation laws, and | mathematical and scientific computing, among other field |
ic WorkPlace allows one to edit and typeset | mathematical and scientific text using the WYSIWYM parad |
His knowledge of languages, his | mathematical and classical attainments, his excellent qu |
are divided into two scientific groups: the | Mathematical and Physical sciences and their application |
Series A, | Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Volume 407, Issue 18 |
in the humanities, social sciences, and the | mathematical and natural sciences. |
scopole and later pursued higher studies in | mathematical and philosophical sciences at the Maroutsei |
eved first class degree results in both the | mathematical and mechanical science tripos. |
t Egyptian texts discussing administrative, | mathematical and medical topics. |
and other sources and a host of analytical, | mathematical and statistical software. |
UAM School of | Mathematical and Natural Sciences |
uzhin was first a student at the School for | Mathematical and Navigational Sciences in Moscow and the |
esist, also well known for contributions in | mathematical and astronomical geodesy. |
e, and is especially strong in the areas of | mathematical and philosophical logic, metaphysics, histo |
rector of the Heidelberg Graduate School of | mathematical and computational methods for the sciences |
nications, word frequency lists, often-used | mathematical and logical symbols, punctuation symbols, a |
He developed new methods for | mathematical and computational modeling and expanded the |
iddle Ages that could be used to solve many | mathematical and geometrical problems. |
tal research in frontier disciplines of the | mathematical and physical sciences: theoretical computer |
language that allows the use of Fortran-77 | mathematical and character expressions, macros, control |
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: | Mathematical and Physical Sciences, vol. |
He is the author of numerous articles on | mathematical and philosophical logic and philosophy of m |
He was employed in engraving | mathematical and similar instruments in brass, of which |
ng in the field are MATCH Communications in | Mathematical and in Computer Chemistry, first published |
4 he was a Research Fellow in the School of | Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of |
d the project is to incorporate open-source | mathematical and numerical software packages with GUI-ty |
The observatory is used by the | Mathematical and Astronomical Society. |
plex, computationally intensive scientific, | mathematical and engineering solutions. |
inquiry, from instruments of observation to | mathematical and statistical techniques, as well as soci |
of Materials, first Head of the Division of | Mathematical and Physical Sciences, founder of the Oxfor |
ty of Warsaw's Interdisciplinary Centre for | Mathematical and Computational Modelling. |
ported by the Heidelberg Graduate School of | Mathematical and Computational Methods for the Sciences |
In 1784 he was transferred to the | mathematical and retained his position as professor up t |
In Cambridge Hopf worked on many | mathematical and astronomical subjects. |
His collected | mathematical and physical works were published in French |
and was formerly the Assistant Director for | Mathematical and Physical Sciences for the US National S |
the Royal Society "for his applications of | mathematical and statistical techniques to industrial pr |
ductive endocrinology, Dr. Guzick developed | mathematical and statistical models, focusing on life-ta |
Many | mathematical and astronomical writings are ascribed to h |
Thirty-three miniatures - | Mathematical and algorithmic applications of linear alge |
s well as Humanities, Medical, Theological, | Mathematical and Biology faculties were kept alive at St |
Most of the abstract | mathematical and theoretical work is sterile because it |
A New | Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary (1814); and |
oriented matrix programming language with a | mathematical and statistical function library, developed |
in his classes that he disdained the use of | mathematical and statistical models as crutches to suppo |
out the Earth's structure were correct, his | mathematical and physical reasoning was unsound. |
Mathematics is a Braille code for encoding | mathematical and scientific notation linearly using stan |
Series A, | Mathematical and Physical Sciences Vol. 273 p. 99-118 |
Earnshaw published several | mathematical and physical articles and books. |
owley covers, in detail, the philosophical, | mathematical, and scientific aspects of Yoga. |
of the primary sources of ancient Egyptian | mathematical and medical knowledge, including the first |
itive exclusion is predicted by a number of | mathematical and theoretical models, such as the Lotka-V |
Jesuits] made efforts to translate western | mathematical and astronomical works into Chinese and aro |
"get book", and includes several | mathematical and logical puzzles. |
His lasting | mathematical and astronomical works were written in Lati |
ral role in social science, and many of the | mathematical and statistical tools used for studying net |
The corresponding | mathematical apparatus in the form of logical relationsh |
tely teaching mathematics and was acquiring | mathematical apparatus for the Department of Mathematics |
Mathematical apparatus of asynchronous logic is served b | |
oratory, Levy published papers and books on | mathematical applications pertaining to aeronautics. |
He is known for his groundbreaking work in | mathematical applications to aerodynamics and transonic |
In 1997, Ken Perlin of the | Mathematical Applications Group, Inc. won an Academy Awa |
-72 Fletcher pursued summer employment as a | mathematical applications computer programmer in industr |
niversally used to represent the azimuth in | mathematical applications, whereas physical applications |
n about Life Annuities is seen as the first | mathematical approach of chance and probability. |
sted that the task demanded a more rigorous | mathematical approach best done by a machine. |
(1977) A | Mathematical Approach to Mathematics Appreciation |
distinction between the two terms, only the | mathematical approach in describing surface states is di |
"A | Mathematical Approach to Computational Network Design", |
refers to a clever idea or to a convenient | mathematical approach that simplifies cumbersome calcula |
done much to support the particular kind of | mathematical approach of the University's Faculty of Mat |
earlier in the article compares Perelman's | mathematical approach to that of Isaac Newton): “To do g |
Using a | mathematical approach, specifically geometric models, Go |
rtment of Home Security, where he developed | mathematical approaches to bombing strategy for RAF Bomb |
elation data have been generated, different | mathematical approaches can be employed to determine fro |
t be calculated exactly (although there are | mathematical approximations available, such as the Hartr |
In the | mathematical area of graph theory, a cage is a regular g |
In the | mathematical area of graph theory, a clique in an undire |
In the | mathematical area of graph theory, the Thue number of a |
In the | mathematical area of bifurcation theory a saddle-node bi |
c and Bruno Marchal, and has come up with a | mathematical argument for the multiverse. |
ra's later work concerns ways to streamline | mathematical argument. |
vided elsewhere in The Nine Chapters on the | Mathematical Art: Cut up a geometric shape into parts, r |
Of the notable | mathematical articles, there is an influential paper by |
This axiom is primarily | mathematical, as there is no need for the actual infinit |
Wijngaarden would emphasize and promote the | mathematical aspects of computing, first in numerical an |
he prize recognizes outstanding work in the | mathematical aspects of computer science. |
But when planets hold | mathematical aspects that are discordant across regions |
The journal publishes papers on | mathematical aspects of quantum mechanics, quantum field |
Stockmayer became interested in the | mathematical aspects of physical chemistry as an undergr |
Historical, Philosophical, and | Mathematical Aspects of Modern Logic and its Application |
on of the rationales underlying the various | mathematical assertions and the astronomical concepts an |
He worked as Einstein's | mathematical assistant during graduate school. |
Eves was a strong spokesman for the | Mathematical Association of America, which he joined in |
Kerala | Mathematical Association is an organization established |
In 2006 the | Mathematical Association of America awarded Ziegler and |
Also in 1961, Begle was awarded with the | Mathematical Association of America's highest honor: The |
osenblatt, M. Studies in Probability Theory | Mathematical Association of America, ISBN 0-88385-118-0. |
er of the New York Academy of Sciences, the | Mathematical Association of America, and the American Sc |
920 she was appointed vice-president of the | Mathematical Association of America. |
an international journal Bulletin of Kerala | Mathematical Association which contains original researc |
authors won the Lester R. Ford award of the | Mathematical Association of America in 1977 for their pa |
ions for Journals and Communications at the | Mathematical Association of America. |
The | Mathematical Association is a professional society conce |
1994 | Mathematical Association of America Distinguished Colleg |
ehead's Presidential address in 1916 to the | Mathematical Association of England The Aims of Educatio |
n 2008, he won the Chauvenet Prize from the | Mathematical Association of America for his paper "It is |
1976 L. R. Ford award from | Mathematical Association of America for excellence in ex |
The | Mathematical Association of America publishes a series o |
In 2005, Stillwell was the recipient of the | Mathematical Association of America's prestigious Chauve |
received the Lester R. Ford Award from the | Mathematical Association of America for expository excel |
He creates puzzles for the | Mathematical Association of America online at Ed Pegg, J |
n 2002 DeTurck won the Haimo Award from the | Mathematical Association of America for his teaching. |
First-Vice-President of the | Mathematical Association of America 1978 - 1980 |
University Teaching of Mathematics from the | Mathematical Association of America, South Carolina Gove |
s one of only 22 women to join the American | Mathematical Association before 1900. |
Alan Tammadge, President from 1978-9 of the | Mathematical Association |
Graham won the Lester R. Ford Award of the | Mathematical Association of America for their expository |
tronomical Society and was President of the | Mathematical Association in 1946-1947. |
Evans Award for expository writing from the | Mathematical Association of America (MAA) in 1996. |
Chauvenet Prize from the | Mathematical Association of America (1978) |
n May 1988, the Lester R. Ford Award by the | Mathematical Association of America in 1993, and the Fac |
In 2007, Lorch was awarded with the | Mathematical Association of America's Yueh-Gin Gung and |
non-fiction book, Prime Obsession, won the | Mathematical Association of America's inaugural Euler Bo |
The Kerala | Mathematical Association started a regular Prof.T.A. Sar |