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Monthly Archives: December 2013
Winter Break Reading: Baking and Math
If you, like me, like both food and math, then maybe you should check out Yen Duong’s blog Baking and Math. Duong is a graduate student studying geometric group theory at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her blog mostly … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education, Theoretical Mathematics, women in math
Tagged geometric group theory, graduate student
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Math that Moves
We’ve posted about mathematical images a few times on this blog, but recently I’ve been impressed with how many great math animations I’ve been seeing! So much of mathematics is about motion, and it’s nice to see visualizations that include … Continue reading
Posted in Mathematics and the Arts
Tagged gifs, hyperbolic space, hypocycloids, visualizations
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I’ve always resonated with Mobius bands — but now I know signals do too!
So here I am, trained as a topologist and geometric group theorist, starting a job that involves mainly digital signal processing. Today I was perusing the magazines on the shelf at my new job, and what do I see? The … Continue reading