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@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 L₁-norm minimisation.) This week: reverse-engineering biochemical pathways and complex systems analysis. (Source: … Continue reading

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Sub i, sub j

I hope I can say this in a way that makes sense. One kind of mathematical symbology your eyes eventually get used to is the “Σum over all individuals” concept: Yes, at first it’s painful, but eventually it looks no … Continue reading

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The chemistry of living things & Mary Baker Eddy’s Christian Science It’s patently obvious that people are completely unalike to liquid mercury, ammonium chloride, and plumbum. Likewise, it stands to reason that frogs, bats, voles, minks, snakes, geckos, sparrows, drosophila, … Continue reading

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Hydrogen is a light, odorless gas, which, given enough time, turns into people. Edward R. Harrison

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