A state diagram is a visual representation of the behavior of a system. The diagram takes certain input states and returns output states.
If you’re interested in math, you probably already know of Alan Turing, and if you don’t, you should.
Orbits are the motion of extraterrestrial objects, such as planets, moons, and comets, around more massive objects, which can be other planets, stars, and even black holes.
The relationships between math are often unnoticed, yet they are so great they continue to shape music, astronomy, decorations, nature, and other fields.
Math is incredibly ubiquitous in nature. From plants to natural phenomenons, this article explains the mathematical patterns in nature with examples.
Examining math in the real world through flowers, boats, and checker boards.
Mathematical linguistics is a diverse and relatively new field. This paper introduces some of its related concepts including formal languages, formal grammars, NFAs, Markov chains, and syllabation.
From cars to buildings to even dresses, nearly every aspect of our lives is dominated by mathematics. Math is the driving force that allows us to engineer, modernize, and advance.
A glimpse at what goes into predicting the results of an election and a case study on this year's presidential contest.
An exploration into the mathematical and statistical analysis of how epidemiologists investigate, measure, model, control, and prevent disease, particularly with regard to Covid-19.