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14 de Enero, 2012

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Una primera entrega de enlaces de Matemáticas que me interesaron.

Big News
An example of interaction btw mathematicians, via @fedejack

German mathematical terms like "Nullstellensatz"

In Defense of Kolmogorov Complexity

Alan Turing: Una historia de nazis y matemáticas

Edición 2.6 del Carnaval de Matemáticas

Construir un heptágono regular con regla y compás

Obscure Numbers

Division Algebras and Supersymmetry III

Michael Aschbacher y la demostración más larga de la historia de las matemáticas

Comportamiento de una sucesión con un coseno o con un seno

Sobre la utilidad directa de las matemáticas

Primeras construcciones con regla y compás en imágenes

Mind the map
London metro map history (Spanish)

Particle physics and representation theory
A key idea in physics

Prize awarded for largest mathematical proof

Is this Batman equation for real?

Game of Life: Phi and pi calculators

Game of Life: Pi In A Cloudy Sky

Secret messages hidden inside equations

Understanding category theory and its practical applications

Why numbering should start at zero, Dikjstra

Towards the Mathematics of Quantum Field Theory

The life of pi

El dado egocéntrico - Julio Cortázar

Un lema sobre conjuntos diferentes

Why I supported Relatively Prime and you should too

The Cotlar-Stein lemma

Touch Mathematics : Trigonometry

The Lie Bracket of Vector Fields

The Birkhoff-Kakutani theorem

Expected Value Coin Flipping Paradox

Programming is Math, apparently.

Look-and-say sequence

But It Worked in the Computer Simulation!

Extreme examples and counterexamples

From Pi to Puzzles
Neil Bickford calculated the first 458 million terms for the continued fraction of pi, breaking the previous record of 180 million. He used Mathematica to develop his code and verify his results—which he posted shortly after he turned 13.

Garrett Lisi on his theory of everything
And E8 group

In physics, the scattering matrix (or S-matrix) relates the initial state and the final state of a physical system undergoing a scattering process. It is used in quantum mechanics, scattering theory and quantum field theory.

The Genius in my Basement
Alexander Masters" study of an eccentric mathematician is a worthy follow-up to an acclaimed debut

History of Mathematics : Great Mathematicians

What is the mission statement of the mathematician?

History topic: A history of Zero

The Foundation of Matematics

A new proof that the square root of 2 is irrational

Counting the number of solutions to the Erdös-Straus equation on unit fractions

The unplanned impact of mathematics

The Square Root of Two to 1 Million Digits

An elementary way to approach Fourier transforms

The Infinitude of the Primes

A single paper everyone should read?

La profesión de matemático

Formalizing 100 Theorems

Fechas de cumpleaños y probabilidades extrañas

Math Working (Matemáticos por el mundo)

Triángulos disjuntos

What Tau Sounds Like

Números y algo mas

Astounding!  (Spanish)
Conway's constant is an algebraic number!!!!

Rubik, ever Rubik

Four fours

Zipf's Law

Collatz conjecture

Practical Foundations of Mathematics (online book)

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Angel "Java" Lopez