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Some Visualizations in Mathematical Physiology

“…the equations we deal with are probably more complicated than even most physical scientists are accustomed to. This is because the phenomena we are attempting to describe are generally more complex than most physical systems, although it may reflect our … Continue reading

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Toward an Understanding of Mathematics

“Young man, you never understand mathematics. You just get used to it.” -Von Neumann I remember as an undergraduate, and even still to this day, trying to optimize any time I put toward learning new material. It is clear from … Continue reading

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