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Tag Archives: quasimetrics
Manifolds, Star Fox, and SelfversusOther
Branes, Dbranes, Mtheory, Ktheory … news articles about theoretical physics often mention “manifolds”. Manifolds are also good tools for theoretical psychology and economics. Thinking about manifolds is guaranteed to make you sexy and interesting. Fortunately, these fancy surfaces are already … Continue reading
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Tagged Albert Einstein, distance, economics, Euclidean norm, flast, general relativity, manifolds, math, mathematics, maths, metrics, norms, other, perspectives, psychology, quasimetrics, race, racism, Rene Descartes, self, Sir Isaac Newton, spacetime
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Noncommutative distances between industries
The distance from your house to the grocery must be the same as the distance back, but 20thcentury mathematicians speculated about circumstances where this might not be the case. Very smallscale physics is noncommutative in some ways and so is … Continue reading
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Tagged Abelian, asymmetric, asymmetry, business, business school, commutativity, distance, investment banking, marketing, math, mathematics, maths, metric, nonAbelian, noncommutative, noncommutative, PR, quantum field theory, quantum physics, quasimetric, quasimetrics, symmetric, symmetry
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Facebook EdgeRank Another quasimetric! Actually a pseudoquasimetric. Facebook’s news feed decides what status updates to show you based on three factors: affinity u — how much you like somebody (FB’s guess) type of post w — videos and photos are … Continue reading