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Lev Tarasov – The World is Built on Probability (LaTeX version)
In this post we will see the book Lev Tarasov’s The World is Built on Probability in completely digital version typeset using LaTeX! About the book This text is divided into two major parts. The aim of the first part … Continue reading
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Tagged chaos, classical physics, control systems, decisions, determinism, elementary particles, entropy, games, gas laws, genetics, information, Maxwell' demon, microscopic phenomena, optimizing, order, probability, quantum mechanics, random numbers, random searches
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Equality, Resemblance and Order – Schreider
In this post, we will see the book Equality, Resemblance, and Order by Ju. A. Schreider. About the book This book tells how one may formally describe properties of the wellknown relations mentioned in the title. This example is used to … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, binary, distributions, equations, equivalence, functions, geometric objects, high school mathematics, homomorphism, identity, mathematical linguistics, mathematics, mir books, models, operations, order, relations, resemblance, set theory, syntactical structures, tree orders
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Elementary Order: Mendeleev’s Periodic System
In this post we look at another book by I. V. Petryanov and D. N. Trifonov (whom we have met earlier in a Science for Everyone book titled Silhouttes of Chemistry) This book traces the history of development of periodic … Continue reading
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Tagged artificial, atomic structure, chemical, elements, history, mendeleev, order, periodic law
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