Archivo de Etiquetas: matemáticas

Recent explorations of unique geometric worlds reveal perplexing patterns, including the Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio. […]

In his senior year of high school, Daniel Larsen proved a key theorem about Carmichael numbers — strange entities that mimic the primes. “It would be a paper that any mathematician would be really proud to have written,” said one […]

The decades-old Sullivan’s conjecture, about the best way to minimize the surface area of a bubble cluster, was thought to be out of reach for three bubbles and up — until a new breakthrough result. […]

La resolución y sensibilidad de las imágenes que envía la sonda espacial requieren protegerla de la radiación y que siempre esté orientada hacia el Sol, la Tierra y la Luna […]

Topology, sometimes called rubber sheet geometry, is finding patterns in the brain, drugs and evolution […]

Field research suggests a new explanation for the synchronized flashing in fireflies and confirms that a novel form of “chimeric” synchrony occurs naturally. […]

A custom-built machine learning algorithm can predict when a complex system is about to switch to a wildly different mode of behavior. […]

What’s a message, really? Claude Shannon recognized that the elemental ingredient is surprise. […]

Rethinking questions and chasing patterns led Newton to find the connection between curves and infinite sums. […]

New research finds that chaos plays a bigger role in population dynamics than decades of ecological data seemed to suggest. […]