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Tag Archives: Category Theory
Azimuth: A Tour
John Carlos Baez blogs at Azimuth, the official blog of the Azimuth Project, which “is a group effort to study the mathematical sciences for ‘saving the planet.’” Anna and Evelyn mentioned Azimuth in previous posts on this blog (such as … Continue reading
Posted in Category Theory, mathematical physics, planet math
Tagged Azimuth, Carolyn Brown, categorical perspective, Category Theory, Doug Gurr, Elena Di Lavore, Jade Master, John Carlos Baez, Kenny Courser, Noether's theorem, Petri nets, Xiaoyan Li
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This is your brain. This is your brain on category theory!
I often ponder whether mathematics is lying around waiting to be discovered or is nonexistent until we invent it. One of the most recent posts at Math Rising led me to a similar question concerning the brain. Has the physical … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, Biomath, Theoretical Mathematics
Tagged Biomath, Category Theory, Cognitive Science, Math Rising, Philosophy, science
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