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Discrete differential geometry Check out page 40 of the source PDF (calcula ex geometrica) — they talk about geometrical computation. Instead of approximating analog with digital doing digital arithmetic smoothing the result to fake an analog again why not OOP-define … Continue reading

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Calculus is topology. The reason is that the matrix of the exterior derivative is equivalent to the transpose of the matrix of the boundary operator. That fact has been known for some time, but its practical consequences have only been … Continue reading

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A beautiful depiction of a 1-form by Robert Ghrist. You never thought understanding a 1→1-dimensional ODE (or a 1-D vector field) would be so easy! What his drawing makes obvious, is that images of Phase Space wear a totally different meaning … Continue reading

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