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J S"''" ^.00 ^"^, ^, «»■«■ Active Link Active Link Active Link - Justin Webster, College of Charleston, USA; from his instructions to students for the project "Alternative Calculi: Multiplicative or Non-Newtonian Calculus" in his Introductory Calculus course (MATH 120), 2015. [239] NOTE. The six books on non-Newtonian calculus and related matters by Jane Grossman, Michael Grossman, and Robert Katz are indicated below, and are available at some academic libraries, public libraries, and booksellers such as , e.g. I I Reading Math ;es/ ~i You read the decimal 0.036 as "thirty-six thousandths." 0.036 = 36 L ,000 36 ^ 4 1,000-4 P'^ce 6 is in the thousandths 128 = ^ 100 _ 9 250 _ 128 H- 4 ~ TOOT4 P'^'^^ = 3^ orl^ 25' 25 8 is in the hundredths EXAMPLE [4] Sports Application During a football game, Albert completed 23 of the 27 passes he attempted The trigger for writing that article may well have been an e-mail sent to me in 2004 by Professor Ali Ozyapici, who was then a graduate student. He was excited by information about NNC that we had posted on the Internet, and wanted to learn more. I was happy to hear from him and we corresponded by e-mail for several months. In 2006, I received an e-mail from Professor Misirli Kurpinar, Ali Ozyapici's teacher at that time The later is the view that synthetic and analytic truth are the same, and that when a seeming contradiction arises, it is probably because we either don't have a proper observation technique, or that we don't have a proper mathematical explanation for the observation Furthermore, Bashirov et al. [" Multiplicative calculus and its applications"] illustrated the usefulness of [the geometric] calculus with some interesting applications." - Feng Gu (Hangzhou Normal University in China) and Yeol-Je Cho (Gyeongsang National University in Korea); from their 2015 article [249]. "Bigeometric calculus - a modelling tool" - Mustafa Riza (Eastern Mediterranean University in North Cyprus) and Bugce Eminaga (Girne American University in Cyprus); from their 2014 article "Bigeometric calculus - a modelling tool" [178], which includes a new mathematical model for studying tumor therapy with oncolytic virus. "Bigeometric Runge-Kutta method is, at least for a particular set of initial value problems, superior with respect to accuracy and computation-time to the ordinary Runge-Kutta method." - Mustafa Riza (Eastern Mediterranean University in North Cyprus) and Bugce Eminaga (Girne American University in Cyprus); from their 2015 article "Bigeometric Calculus and Runge Kutta Method" [215], which includes new mathematical models (of the growth of cells, genes, bacteria, and viruses) for studying such things as tumor therapy with oncolytic virus and cell-cycle-specific cancer-chemotherapy. "While one problem can be easily expressed in one calculus, the same problem can not be expressed as easily [in another]." - Emine Misirli and Yusuf Gurefe, both of Ege University in Turkey; from their 2009 lecture [123]. "If non-Newtonian calculus is employed together with classical calculus in the formulations, then many of the complicated phenomena in physics or engineering may be analyzed more easily." - Ahmet Faruk Çakmak (Yıldız Technical University in Turkey) and Feyzi Basar (Fatih University in Turkey); from their 2014 article "Certain spaces of functions over the field of non-Newtonian complex numbers". [161] In this paper, the multiplicative least square method is introduced and is applied to integrals for the finite product representation of the positive functions epub.

Teo, An Existence Theorem for Optimal Controls of Nonlinear Vector Delay-Differential Equations with Time-Lag Controls, Int. Systems Science, Vol. 8, pp. 1163-1172, 1977. Teo, Optimal Control of Systems Governed by a Class of Nonlinear Evolution Equations in a Reflexive Banach Space, J , e.g. The efficiency of the proposed non-Newtonian Euler and Runge-Kutta methods is exposed by examples, and the results are compared with the exact solutions." - Ugur Kadak (Gazi University, in Turkey) and Muharrem Ozluk (Batman University in Turkey); from their 2015 article "Generalized Runge-Kutta Method with respect to Non-Newtonian Calculus". [210] "We advocate the use of an alternative calculus in biomedical image analysis, known as multiplicative (a.k.a. non-Newtonian) calculus. - Luc Florack and Hans van Assen, both of Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands; from their 2012 article "Multiplicative calculus in biomedical image analysis". [88] "In our proseminar we'll learn some of the most exciting non-linear calculations and consider the applications for which they may be of particular interest
This course traces the use of numbers from ancient civilizations to modern times and examines how our view of numbers has changed over that period: natural numbers, prime numbers, rational numbers, Fibonacci numbers, real numbers and complex numbers, as well as the way in which our ability to calculate has evolved He wrote The Fractal Geometry of Nature (1982) and other works. Pascal's Triangle is a mathematical object that looks like a triangle with numbers arranged the way like bricks in the wall They are significant in that they contain the first instance of trigonometric relations based on the half-chord, as is the case in modern trigonometry, rather than the full chord, as was the case in Ptolemaic trigonometry , source: I have also had occasion to correspond with Professors Bashirov and Riza ref.: The numbers generated by the fractal equation can supply the coordinates of frequency, duration and amplitude to a composer, or, young experimenter Now, theory of local martingales and predictable covariation can be used to derive estimators such as the Nelson-Aalen estimator of the cumulative hazard rate, i.e. the function $$ \Lambda(t)=-\log S(t), $$ where $S(t)=1-F(t)$ is the survival function. The idea of using nested 2D shapes in art probably goes back to antiquity; some examples were shown on page 43 epub. However, this is not so, by and large, for mathematics. Anyone with a good university education in science has learned some calculus, linear algebra, probability and statistics, and perhaps something of combinatorics. Yet undergraduate courses in these topics hardly touch on the questions that interest research mathematicians today
This book records a teacher's search for an answer to the question of why children fail. It developed from the journal which John Holt kept whilst observing children in class. He analyses the strategies children use to meet or dodge the demands which the adult world makes on them, the effect of fear and failure on children, the distinction between real and apparent learning and the ways in which he feels schools fail to meet the needs of children Hurd, Alan J. 1988. “Resource Letter FR-1: Fractals.” American Journal of Physics, 56, pp. 969-975. This is a bibliography of fractal articles. Pages 38 through 45 describe Karl Weierstrass’ function, which is generally considered to be the first fractal to be discovered , cited: In my case the obsession is mathematics, and the compulsion is checking my NNC notes to make sure that all the proofs are valid. In any case, no matter what the obsession/compulsion, OCD is torturous and extremely depressing. "Obsessive-compulsive disorder can make people do weird things. The mathematician Kurt Gödel was so afraid of tainted food that he would eat only portions his wife tasted first; after she became too ill to do this, he starved to death Cantor's creation of transfinite set theory was an achievement of major consequence in the history of mathematics." - Joseph Dauben, from his book Georg Cantor: His Mathematics and Philosophy of the Infinite, pages 1 and 6 (1990). "Resistance to irrationals [i.e., irrational numbers] continued for thousands of years ref.: Teo, Linear-Nonquadratic Optimal Control Problem with Problem with Terminal Inequality Constraints, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Vol. 212, 176-189, 1997 But if all remain sufficiently close to 0, then we won't draw any certain conclusion Chair Professor and Head, Department of Applied Mathematics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, (December 1998 – December 2004) One Grain Of Rice: A Mathematical Folktale is the story of how doubling a grain of rice every day becomes a fortune ref.: And we enjoy the freedom to pursue our interests. Jane, who makes piano and mathematics tutorials on YouTube, has established an online following, and I help her with her website ( In 2003, my nephews David Lukas and Kenneth Lukas advised me to take a step that turned out to be a watershed event: using the Internet to broadcast information about NNC around the world So why use boring real numbers, when complex numbers can do the work for you? $$ w(x, t) = \sin(x - t) $$ $$ \class{blue}{\frac{\partial w(x, t)}{\partial t}} $$ For the wave to propagate across a distance, its values have to ripple up and down over time. The rate of change over time is drawn on top , cited: Interestingly enough, the great mathematician, astronomer, and physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) discussed the usefulness of new calculi a long time ago: "In general the position as regards all such new calculi is this - That one cannot accomplish by them anything that could not be accomplished without them ref.:

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