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New algorithm a Christmas gift to 3-D printing -- and the environment (12/19/2014)

New algorithm a Christmas gift to 3-D printing -- and the environmentSimon Fraser University computing science professor Richard Zhang reveals how to print a 3-D Christmas tree efficiently and with zero material waste, using the world's first algorithm for automatically decomposing a 3-D object into what are called pyramidal parts. His research on the invention was published this month in ACM Transaction on Graphics, the world's leading graphics journal. ...> Full Article


Mathematicians prove the Umbral Moonshine Conjecture (12/18/2014)

Monstrous moonshine, a quirky pattern of the monster group in theoretical math, has a shadow -- umbral moonshine. Mathematicians have now proved this insight, known as the Umbral Moonshine Conjecture, offering a formula with potential applications for everything from number theory to geometry to quantum physics. ...> Full Article


It doesn't add up: People who say they are good at math, but aren't (12/14/2014)

Thinking you're good at math and actually being good at it are not the same thing, new research has found. About one in five people who say they are bad at math in fact score in the top half of those taking an objective math test. But one-third of people who say they are good at math actually score in the bottom half. ...> Full Article


Tone mapping technique creates 'hyper-real' look (12/13/2014)

A new image processing technique developed by Disney Research Zurich could make high dynamic range video look better when shown on consumer-quality displays by preserving much of the rich visual detail while eliminating 'ghosting' and other unwanted visual artifacts. ...> Full Article


Finding the simple patterns in a complex world: ANU media release (12/6/2014)

Finding the simple patterns in a complex world: ANU media releaseAn Australian National University mathematician has developed a new way to uncover simple patterns that might underlie apparently complex systems, such as clouds, cracks in materials or the movement of the stockmarket.The method, named fractal Fourier analysis, is based on new branch of mathematics called fractal geometry.The method could help scientists better understand the complicated signals that the body gives out, such as nerve impulses or brain waves. ...> Full Article


The hacker culture: Creatively overcoming limitations in programming (12/5/2014)

Chopping games in Warsaw, hacking software in Athens, creating chaos in Hamburg, and partying with computing in Zagreb and Amsterdam: the newly published Springer book 'Hacking Europe' focuses on several European countries at the end of the Cold War and shows that the digital development was not an exclusively American affair. The collection of essays in this book demonstrates how local hacker communities appropriated the computer and forged new cultures around creating distinct 'demoscenes.' ...> Full Article


Golden Ratio offers a unity of science (12/4/2014)

Golden Ratio offers a unity of scienceResearchers are suggesting that the 'Golden Ratio' -- designated by the Greek symbol ∅ (letter Phi) with a mathematical value of about 1.618 -- also relates to the topology of space-time, and to a biological species constant (T). ...> Full Article


Team's game theory analysis shows how evolution favors cooperation's collapse (11/28/2014)

With a new analysis of the Prisoner's Dilemma played in a large, evolving population, University of Pennsylvania scientists found that adding more flexibility to the game can allow selfish strategies to be more successful. The work paints a dimmer but likely more realistic view of how cooperation and selfishness balance one another in nature. ...> Full Article


Researchers create first image-recognition software that greatly improves web searches (11/22/2014)

Dartmouth researchers and their colleagues have created an artificial intelligence software that uses photos to locate documents on the Internet with far greater accuracy than ever before. ...> Full Article


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

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New algorithm a Christmas gift to 3-D printing -- and the environmentNew algorithm a Christmas gift to 3-D printing -- and the environment

Mathematicians prove the Umbral Moonshine Conjecture

It doesn't add up: People who say they are good at math, but aren't

Tone mapping technique creates 'hyper-real' look

Finding the simple patterns in a complex world: ANU media releaseFinding the simple patterns in a complex world: ANU media release

The hacker culture: Creatively overcoming limitations in programming

Golden Ratio offers a unity of scienceGolden Ratio offers a unity of science

Team's game theory analysis shows how evolution favors cooperation's collapse

Researchers create first image-recognition software that greatly improves web searches

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



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