Monthly Archives: June 2014

Measurable Counterexamples

There are many important perspectives to take when trying to understand something. A very common theme in really understanding mathematical ideas is to conceptualize them as Theorems, and understand intuitively why the assumptions and criteria become useful conditions for the … Continue reading

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Theory and Life

To many mathematics and physical sciences students, the vastness of the life sciences is almost overwhelming. In this post, I want to give my current impressions about the life sciences, with particular emphasis on the role that modeling plays, and … Continue reading

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