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  ESP- Earth System Physics at ICTP
These studies are related to the effects of the ionosphere on radiocommunication and satellite navigation and positioning systems.
The ARPL has also provided training activities and technical support particularly for the use of radiocommunications for local area computer networking for academic and research institutions in collaboration with the ICTP Science Dissemination Unit.
The second line is structure of the earth with application to seismic risk mitigation including: physical instability of megacities (PIOM), deterministic seismic hazard assessment, 3D mapping work of the ILP task group.
www.ictp.it /pages/research/esp.html   (442 words)

  
 Mathematics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Mathematics is commonly defined as the study of patterns of structure, change, and space; more informally, one might say it is the study of "figures and numbers".
Mathematics might be seen as a simple extension of spoken and written languages, with an extremely precisely defined vocabulary and grammar, for the purpose of describing and exploring physical and conceptual relationships.
Although mathematics itself is not usually considered a natural science, the specific structures that are investigated by mathematicians often have their origin in the natural sciences, most commonly in physics.
www.gogoglo.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/m/ma/mathematics.html   (1722 words)

  
 Mathematics
Mathematical skills such as data analysis, problem solving, pattern recognition, statistics, and probability are increasingly vital to science, technology, and society itself.
Mathematics 218 and any of the computer-science courses or units not credited toward the core may be credited toward the three electives required for the concentration.
Linear programming is an area of applied mathematics that grew out of the recognition that a wide variety of practical problems reduce to the purely mathematical task of maximizing or minimizing a linear function whose variables are restricted by a system of linear constraints.
abacus.bates.edu /catalog96-97/mathematics.html   (2759 words)

  
 Mathematics - Crystalinks
Numeral systems have been many and diverse.From the beginnings of recorded history, the major disciplines within mathematics arose out of the need to do calculations relating to taxation and commerce, to understand the relationships among numbers, to measure land, and to predict astronomical events.
Experimental mathematics continues to grow in importance within mathematics, and computation and simulation are playing an increasing role in both the sciences and mathematics, weakening the objection that mathematics does not utilize the scientific method.
Mathematical awards are generally kept separate from their equivalents in science.
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 Example Degree Essays - Mathematics Essays - Uncertainty In Quantitativley Represented Ph   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
In particular, the project intends to identify and categorize specific types of systems in which the consequences of uncertainty are influential to different extents, and to identify how (if at all possible) either the minimum unavoidable amount of uncertainty involved or the significance of its effect on the mathematical representation may be methodologically reduced.
Randomness intrinsic to the system will generate uncertainty of itself that may be additional to the uncertainty arising from limited precision of knowledge, thus the effect of uncertainty in these two types of systems must be considered separately.
A CHAOTIC system refers to a nonequilibrium (typically deterministic) system possessing sensitive dependence on initial conditions such that an arbitrarily small change at one time brings about an arbitrarily large difference in the trajectory some time later, such that lacking perfect knowledge of initial conditions the eventual behaviour is eventually rendered completely unpredictable.
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 Wikinfo | Mathematics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Mathematics (often abbreviated to math or, in British English, maths) is commonly defined as the study of patterns of structure, change, and space.
In the modern view, mathematics is usually considered the investigation of axiomatically defined abstract structures using formal logic as the common or foundational framework.
In general the philosophy of mathematics one adopts has little effect on mathematical practice: mathematicians all over the world can rely on mathematics as a language even if there are arguments about the meaning or reliability of certain constructs or "words" or "phrases" used in any given "sentence".
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 Deterministic system (philosophy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A deterministic system is a conceptual model of the philosophical doctrine of determinism applied to a system for understanding everything that has and will occur in the system, based on the physical outcomes of causality.
And the system itself must be considered in isolation--if external forces such as hurricanes, earthquakes or the hands of nearby people were taken into consideration, the final domino toppling might not be a predetermined outcome.
Classical physics is the deterministic system assumed in the domino example which scientists can use to describe all events which take place on a scale larger than individual atoms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Deterministic_system_(philosophy)   (972 words)

  
 Jiskha Homework Help - Mathematics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Mathematics is often defined as the study of topics such as quantity, structure, space, and change.
Practical mathematics, in nearly every society, is used for such purposes as accounting, measuring land, or predicting astronomical events.
In the case of geometry, for example, it is not relevant to mathematics to know whether points and lines exist in any physical sense, as geometry starts from axioms and postulates about abstract entities called "points" and "lines" that we feed into the system.
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 Fitchburg State College - Mathematics
In this course a variety of discrete mathematical models are developed and applied to business and to the social and life sciences.
The development of mathematical ideas and methods from ancient to modern times and their relevance to other fields of knowledge is studied.
Deterministic and probabilistic models from the physical, social, and life sciences are studied.
www.fsc.edu /catalog/UndergradCourses/mathematics.html   (1365 words)

  
 Mathematics
Systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.
Systems of differential equations, local and global behavior of a vector field in the plane, discrete dynamical systems, structural stability, the Poincare-Bendixon theorem, bifurcations, chaos, and strange attractors.
Three key assessment areas are mathematical modeling (translating real-world situations into mathematics), mathematical reasoning (manipulation, by hand or by computer, of data and expressions using valid mathematical techniques) and communication (ability to write cogent and well-formulated reports).
www.csuohio.edu /undergradcatalog00/courses/courindex/mth.htm   (1981 words)

  
 Mathematics
Mathematical theories often grow out of problems that appear in the physical sciences, engineering, economics, finance and the social sciences.
The mathematics program at William and Mary allows students to design a concentration based on their own interests and career goals and prepares students for post-baccalaureate employment and for further study of mathematical sciences and related disciplines.
Information about the mathematics concentration, career choices and appropriate courses of study is available from the department’s academic advisors, the Office of Career Services and the Mathematics Advising Handbook (www.math.wm.edu), as well as informally from the mathematics faculty.
www.wm.edu /catalog/2001-02/mathematics.htm   (2371 words)

  
 Making Mathematics Come Alive With Technology
Mathematical thought has to be well-formulated and translated into the language of the calculator or computer when, for example, a computer or calculator is programmed to estimate the probability that a quadrat ic equation has real roots under varying conditions on the coefficients.
Because "doing mathematics" in the workplace now requires the use of technology in many instances and because of the pedagogical advantages associated with the use of technology in the teaching and learnin g of mathematics, technology is now a component of many of the mathematics content courses in the mathematics major.
Mathematics courses which are required of prospective teachers of secondary school mathematics at MTSU and into which technology has been integrated are calculus, abstract algebra, and data analysis.
www.mtsu.edu /~itconf/papers96/kimmins.html   (2132 words)

  
 Jules Henri Poincaré [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
His research on the stability of the solar system opened the door to the study of chaotic deterministic systems; and the methods he used gave rise to algebraic topology.
However, Poincaré found that the evolution of such a system is often chaotic in the sense that a small perturbation in the initial state such as a slight change in one body's initial position might lead to a radically different later state than would be produced by the unperturbed system.
According to Poincaré, a definition of a mathematical entity is not the exposition of the essential properties of the entity, but it is the construction of the entity itself; in other words, a legitimate mathematical definition creates and justifies its object.
www.iep.utm.edu /p/poincare.htm   (3565 words)

  
 Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Mathematics Honours; B.Sc., B.A. Normally a student is admitted to an Honours program after completing a minimum of 12 credits in Mathematics courses with an average of at least 70% and having achieved an average of 65% in all courses taken at Bishop’s.
Mathematics courses 190a, 191a, 192b, 193ab, 195ab, 198ab, 199b may not be taken for credit by students who have already passed equivalent course(s) elsewhere.
Mathematics majors acquire a philosophical and cultural understanding of their subject by means of doing actual mathematics problems from different eras.
www.ubishops.ca /academic/cal015.htm#mathematics   (11351 words)

  
 2002-2003 Catalog - Mathematics and Statistics Department, Washburn University
Topics will be selected from mathematical structures, functions and their graphs, sequences and series, elementary probability and statistics, and systems of equations.
The mathematical results of these models will be interpreted in the context of the real situation.
Theory and application of contingency mathematics in area of life and health insurance, annuities and sections from both the probabilistic and deterministic approaches.
www.washburn.edu /admin/vpaa/catalog2002-3/cas/mathematics/courses.html   (1560 words)

  
 Part I
And even within the realm of deterministic dynamics, most of the important theorems involve quantities that are only possible to compute for systems with a handful of variables, instead of the hundreds, thousands or trillions of variables that characterize many real systems.
The abstract space is the set of "states" of the system (the set of states of the real-world system modelled by the mapping; or the abstract dynamical system implicit in the mapping).
A system in two dimensions, on the other hand, has two exponents: one for the x direction, computed using partial derivatives with respect to x; and one for the y direction, computed using partial derivatives with respect to y.
goertzel.org /books/complex/ch1.htm   (7201 words)

  
 MSU-Billings 2003-2005 General Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Studies applications of combinatorics and systems of linear equations to problems of optimization, decision theory, and mathematics of finance.
Covers numerical linear algebra and some of its applications; topics are chosen from numerical solution of linear systems, numerical computation of eigenvalues and eigenvectors, singular value decomposition, positive definite quadratic forms and minimum principles.
Focuses on a consideration of applications of mathematics that are within the scope of the elementary (K-8) mathematics curriculum.
www.msubillings.edu /catalogs/gencat2003/pgCDMathematics.htm   (879 words)

  
 Mathematics
In the formalist view, it is the investigation of axiomatically defined abstract structures using logic and mathematical notation; other views are described in Philosophy of mathematics.
The specific structures that are investigated by mathematicians often have their origin in the natural sciences, most commonly in physics, but mathematicians also define and investigate structures for reasons purely internal to mathematics, because the structures may provide, for instance, a unifying generalization for several subfields, or a helpful tool for common calculations.
Mathematics is often abbreviated to math in North America and maths in other English-speaking countries.
www.infomutt.com /m/ma/mathematics.html   (5870 words)

  
 Elegant Mathematics Ltd.
Elegant Mathematics Ltd can solve a linear system with this matrix within 5 hours on AMD 2.0 Optheron with only 16 Gb main memory.
A solution of linear system with fully populated matrix constructed by 3D finite difference discretization of Coulomb potential on a regular tensor mesh.
Elegant Mathematics Ltd can compute the solution of this linear system with 125,000,000 unknowns within 3 hours on AMD 2.0 Optheron with only 16 Gb main memory.
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 Deterministic system (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In mathematics, a deterministic system is a system in which no randomness is involved in the development of future states of the system.
Deterministic models thus produce the same output for a given starting condition.
This page was last modified 14:43, 12 October 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Deterministic_system_(mathematics)   (88 words)

  
 Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science University of Latvia - Computer Science
Another direction is development of mathematical models for specification and analysis of systems with time constraints (K. Cerans).
The machine vision group (P.Kikusts, K.Freivalds et al.) is developing algorithms and systems for automatic object recognition in images or video sequences as well as other technical vision data sources including laser or light emitting diode (LED) systems.
At the beginning of the 1990s a new efficient inductive synthesis algorithm based on term rewriting systems was found (G.Barzdins).
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 Introduction to Chaos Theory
In 1986, at a conference on mathematical chaos held by the Royal Society in London, mathematicians were asked to define the ``chaos'' that had become the buzzword for their hot research area.
Chaos is the study of deterministic systems that are so sensitive to measurement that their output appears random.
A system that is completely free willed when viewed from a certain perspective just happens to fall within a completely deterministic, predictable pattern.
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 Transcending the Control System: science
Science and mathematics as taught in our public educational institutions have been dumbed down and rigged to prevent exploration into sensitive areas.
Mathematics and geometry describe the rules and structure of the game we all play.
A true science would have to include both a complete description of deterministic physical rules and structures, and allow for the nondeterministic influences of freewill choice.
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't be allowed to affect the deterministic state of the world.
That means that if you if you provide the simulation with the same inputs then it will produce the same...
In mathematics, a deterministic system is a system in which no randomness is
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 Online Encyclopedia and Dictionary - Mathematics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Combinatorics – Naive set theory – Probability – Theory of computation – Finite mathematics – Cryptography – Graph theory
Philosophy of mathematicsMathematical intuitionism – Mathematical constructivism – Foundations of mathematics – Set theory – Symbolic logic – Model theory – Category theory – Logic – Reverse Mathematics – Table of mathematical symbols
History of mathematics – Timeline of mathematics – Mathematicians – Fields medal – Abel Prize – Millennium Prize Problems (Clay Math Prize) – International Mathematical Union – Mathematics competitions – Lateral thinking – Mathematical abilities and gender issues
www.fact-archive.com /encyclopedia/Mathematics   (2298 words)

  
 Levitated | Lorenz Attractor | Macromedia Flash open source
The Lorenz Attractor is a solution to a set of differential equations originally developed to model small scale atmospheric behavior.
Plotted, the results of the system produce unusual visualizations of deterministic chaos.
Typically, a point is moved through three dimensional space by a system of three transforming equations.
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 Mathematics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
Introduces logic and mathematical way of analyzing problems; develops an appreciation for nature, breadth, and power of mathematics and its role in a technological society; introduces useful mathematics or mathematics related to student interest.
Includes but is not limited to logic of mathematics, basic methods of proof, algebra of sets, equivalence relations and partitions of sets, functions, and mathematical induction.
Open to secondary mathematics education majors only and must be taken within two semesters prior to student teaching.
www.iup.edu /registrar/catalog/course/math.shtm   (2767 words)

  
 ScienceDaily: Help Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
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Math Model Could Aid Study Of Collagen Ailments (November 15, 2006) -- An MIT researcher's mathematical model explains for the first time the distinctive structure of collagen, a material key to healthy human bone, muscles and other tissues.
Pregnant Women With Lupus Face Higher Risk Of Complications And Death (November 15, 2006) -- Women with systemic lupus who become pregnant are at significantly greater risk for death or other medical complications than are pregnant women without lupus, Duke University Medical Center...
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