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News About Mathematics

Using mathematics to beat jetlag effectively (4/11/2014)

Our 'internal clock' is predicted to shift more rapidly than previously thought. In a study published in PLOS Computational Biology on April 10th, researchers present schedules of light exposure that may shift our circadian clock in the minimum time, simply by adjusting the timing of the beginning and end of each day. ...> Full Article


One kind of supersymmetry shown to emerge naturally (4/10/2014)

One kind of supersymmetry shown to emerge naturallyTarun Grover and his colleagues show that a topological superconductor is conducive to displaying phenomena of emergent supersymmetry. ...> Full Article


New algorithm aids in both robot navigation and scene understanding (4/5/2014)

An algorithm for determining the orientation of objects could aid robots in navigation, scene understanding. ...> Full Article


Computers teach each other Pac-Man (4/3/2014)

Researchers in Washington State University's School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science have developed a method to allow a computer to give advice and teach skills to another computer in a way that mimics how a real teacher and student might interact. ...> Full Article


Overcoming structural uncertainty in computer models (4/2/2014)

Overcoming structural uncertainty in computer modelsIn a recent paper published in the SIAM/ASA Journal on Uncertainty Quantification, authors Mark Strong and Jeremy Oakley offer a method to incorporate judgments into a model about structural uncertainty that results from building an 'incorrect' model. ...> Full Article


Democratizing data visualization (3/30/2014)

A study examines the use of 'Exhibit' tools in creating interactive data visualizations. ...> Full Article


Big data keeps complex production running smoothly (3/29/2014)

Big data keeps complex production running smoothlyIndustrial plants must function effectively. Remedying production downtimes and breakdowns is an expensive and time-consuming business. That is why companies collect data to evaluate how their facilities are doing. At the Hannover Messe Digital Factory, from Apr. 7-11, the Fraunhofer Institute for Optronics, System Technologies, and Image Exploitation will show how operators can analyze these huge amounts of data and use it as an early warning system when problems threaten (Hall 7, Booth B10). ...> Full Article


Keeping secrets in a world of spies and mistrust (3/28/2014)

An article in Nature reviewing developments in quantum cryptography describes how we can keep our secrets secret even when faced with the double challenge of mistrust and manipulation. ...> Full Article


Parallel programming may not be so daunting (3/27/2014)

'Lock-free' parallel algorithms may match the performance of more complex 'wait-free' algorithms. ...> Full Article


A mathematical equation that explains the behavior of nanofoams (3/26/2014)

A mathematical equation that explains the behavior of nanofoamsA research study, participated in by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, has discovered that nanometric-size foam structures follow the same universal laws as does soap lather: small bubbles disappear in favor of the larger ones. ...> Full Article


Who wants to be a millionaire? (3/23/2014)

A new study demonstrates that Lotto numbers follow a predicted pattern and provides a step-by-step guide on how to improve your chances of winning the lottery jackpot. ...> Full Article


Football displays fractal dynamics (3/22/2014)

Football fascinates millions of fans, almost all of them unaware that the game is subject to the laws of physics. A team of Japanese scientists has now analyzed the time-dependent fluctuation of both the ball and all players' positions throughout an entire match. These findings, published in European Physical Journal B, could have implications for other ball games, providing a new perspective on sports science. ...> Full Article


A new algorithm improves the efficiency of small wind turbines (3/21/2014)

A new algorithm improves the efficiency of small wind turbinesIn recent years, mini wind energy has been developing in a spectacular way. However, level of efficiency of small wind turbines is low. To address this problem, the UPV/EHU's research group, Applied Electronics Research Team, has developed an adaptative algorithm. The improvements that are applied to the control of these turbines will, in fact, contribute towards making them more efficient. ...> Full Article


Simulations predict blast scenarios, have crossover animation appeal in Disney's 'Frozen' (3/20/2014)

Simulations predict blast scenarios, have crossover animation appeal in Disney's 'Frozen'Simulation-based engineering science allows researchers to predict the effects of building explosions and analyze the response of building materials to those threats. Using a $400,000, five-year CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation, researchers at the University of Missouri developed the Material Point Method, a computer-generated tool that not only creates blast scenarios that informs blast and impact resistant materials and design, but also is crossing over into Hollywood animation -- most recently, Disney's Oscar-winning animated film, Frozen. ...> Full Article


Who's afraid of math? Study finds some genetic factors (3/19/2014)

A new study of math anxiety shows how some people may be at greater risk to fear math not only because of negative experiences, but also because of genetic risks related to both general anxiety and math skills. ...> Full Article

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Using mathematics to beat jetlag effectively

One kind of supersymmetry shown to emerge naturallyOne kind of supersymmetry shown to emerge naturally

New algorithm aids in both robot navigation and scene understanding

Computers teach each other Pac-Man

Overcoming structural uncertainty in computer modelsOvercoming structural uncertainty in computer models

Democratizing data visualization

Big data keeps complex production running smoothlyBig data keeps complex production running smoothly

Keeping secrets in a world of spies and mistrust

Parallel programming may not be so daunting

A mathematical equation that explains the behavior of nanofoamsA mathematical equation that explains the behavior of nanofoams

Who wants to be a millionaire?

Football displays fractal dynamics

A new algorithm improves the efficiency of small wind turbinesA new algorithm improves the efficiency of small wind turbines

Simulations predict blast scenarios, have crossover animation appeal in Disney's 'Frozen'Simulations predict blast scenarios, have crossover animation appeal in Disney's 'Frozen'

Who's afraid of math? Study finds some genetic factors



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