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Risk analysis for a complex world (11/21/2014)

Developing adaptable systems for finance and international relations could help reduce the risk of major systemic collapses such as the 2008 financial crisis, according to a new analysis. ...> Full Article


Recommendation theory (11/18/2014)

A model for evaluating product-recommendation algorithms suggests that trial and error get it right. Next month, at the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, researchers will present a paper that applies their model to the recommendation engines that are familiar from websites like Amazon and Netflix -- with surprising results. ...> Full Article


Network physicists create model to predict traffic patterns (11/17/2014)

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have designed a simple, yet highly accurate traffic prediction model for roadway transportation networks. ...> Full Article


Back to basics (11/11/2014)

Back to basicsProfessor Robert Sinclair proposes that simple explanations can be found for complex systems in nature by using rational numbers. ...> Full Article


Raising cryptography's standards (11/10/2014)

Calculating encryption schemes' theoretical security guarantees eases comparison, improvement. ...> Full Article


Spy master prays for the return of Alan Turing (11/9/2014)

Spy master prays for the return of Alan TuringProf. Verkhovsky looks into the subject of securing information sent through Internet by examining methods in cryptography (secret communication between initiated parties), cryptanalysis (how to break the encryption algorithms based on computational complexity of integer factorization and discrete logarithm problems), how to provide a reliable transmission of information via unreliable communication channels and how to exploit a synergetic effect that stems from combining the cryptographic and information assurance protocols. ...> Full Article


Saving lots of computing capacity with a new algorithm (11/8/2014)

The control of modern infrastructure such as intelligent power grids needs lots of computing capacity. Scientists of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust at the University of Luxembourg have developed an algorithm that might revolutionize these processes. With their new software the SnT researchers are able to forego the use of considerable amounts of computing capacity, enabling what they call micro mining. ...> Full Article


Study will teach algebra via student-authored stories that draw on their own interests (10/23/2014)

A new study funded by the National Academy of Education will teach algebra via student-authored stories that draw on their interests, says teaching expert Candace Walkington, Southern Methodist University. Tapping students' rich algebraic ways of reasoning during out-of-school activities -- such as sports, social networking and video games -- generates personalized connections, Walkington says. Approximately 200 pre-Algebra students in Dallas will participate. Walkington's earlier studies found students learned math more effectively working problems customized to their interests. ...> Full Article


'Data smashing' could unshackle automated discovery (10/15/2014)

Cornell computing researchers have come up with a new principle they call 'data smashing' for estimating the similarities between streams of arbitrary data without human intervention, and without access to the data sources. ...> Full Article


The mathematics behind the Ebola epidemic (10/14/2014)

Researchers in the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering at ETH Zurich have calculated new benchmark figures to precisely describe the Ebola epidemic in West Africa from a mathematical perspective. Their results may help health authorities to contain the epidemic. ...> Full Article


Laying the groundwork for data-driven science (10/8/2014)

Laying the groundwork for data-driven scienceThe ability to collect and analyze massive amounts of data is rapidly transforming science, industry and everyday life, but what we have seen so far is likely just the tip of the iceberg. Many of the benefits of 'Big Data' have yet to surface because of a lack of interoperability, missing tools and hardware that is still evolving to meet the diverse needs of scientific communities. ...> Full Article


New frontier in error-correcting codes (10/7/2014)

An error-correcting code scheme nears optimality on three classical measures. ...> Full Article


Untangling how cables coil (10/6/2014)

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, along with computer scientists at Columbia University, have developed a method that predicts the pattern of coils and tangles that a cable may form when deployed onto a rigid surface. The research combined laboratory experiments with custom-designed cables, computer-graphics technology used to animate hair in movies, and theoretical analyses. ...> Full Article


Adding uncertainty to improve mathematical models (10/4/2014)

Mathematicians from Brown University have introduced a new element of uncertainty into an equation used to describe the behavior of fluid flows. While being as certain as possible is generally the stock and trade of mathematics, the researchers hope this new formulation might ultimately lead to mathematical models that better reflect the inherent uncertainties of the natural world. ...> Full Article


How things coil (10/3/2014)

Columbia Engineering and Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have combined computer simulations designed for Hollywood with precision model experiments to examine the mechanics of coiling, discovering in particular that the natural curvature of the rod dramatically affects the coiling process. Their study, which bridges engineering mechanics and computer graphics, impacts a variety of engineering applications, from the fabrication of nanotube serpentines to the laying of submarine cables and pipelines. ...> Full Article

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Risk analysis for a complex world

Recommendation theory

Network physicists create model to predict traffic patterns

Back to basicsBack to basics

Raising cryptography's standards

Spy master prays for the return of Alan TuringSpy master prays for the return of Alan Turing

Saving lots of computing capacity with a new algorithm

Study will teach algebra via student-authored stories that draw on their own interests

'Data smashing' could unshackle automated discovery

The mathematics behind the Ebola epidemic

Laying the groundwork for data-driven scienceLaying the groundwork for data-driven science

New frontier in error-correcting codes

Untangling how cables coil

Adding uncertainty to improve mathematical models

How things coil



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