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Tag Archives: biochemistry
mitochondrion
@IgorCarron blogs recent applications of compressive sensing and matrix factorisation every week. (Compressive sensing solves underdetermined systems of equations, for example trying to fill in missing data, by L₁norm minimisation.) This week: reverseengineering biochemical pathways and complex systems analysis. (Source: … Continue reading
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May 28, 2012
Tagged adjacency matrix, applied mathematics, biochemistry, biology, chemistry, complex networks, compressed sensing, compressive sensing, dynamical systems, graph theory, Igor Carron, L₁ norm, matrices, matrix algebra, matrix factorisation, matrix factorization, networks, synthetic biology, time series, topography
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Boundaries and Flows
Gauß’ divergence theorem states that, unless matter is created or destroyed, the density within a region of space V can change only by flowing through its boundary ∂V. Therefore i.e., you can measure the changes in an entire region by simply measuring what … Continue reading
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Tagged biochemistry, boundary, Carl Friedrich Gauss, conservation, environment, flow, math, mathematics, maths, nuclear fusion, poison, water
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Mathematical Biofluiddynamics Covers two very different questions: How do fluids in an animal’s body flow? Like how does blood squeeze through arteries and veins, how does air (a fluid) flow into and out of sacs during respiration, how do capillaries … Continue reading
We eat energy and poop entropy. Stephen C Stearns