Fox hunting is a sport in which individuals race to locate a hidden radio transmitter on a known frequency. Michael Robinson explains how to model a collection of sensors that can be combined into a sheaf model; how to locate the fox transmitter; and how to determine if there are actually multiple transmitters.
Time series are ubiquitous in our data rich world, Jose A Perea describes how ideas from dynamical systems and topological data analysis can be combined to gain insights from time-varying data.
In the 1980s, Robert Coleman wrote a series of papers where he developed a theory of 𝑝 -adic line integration on curves and higher-dimensional varieties with good reduction at 𝑝 . These powerful tools in arithmetic geometry are now known as Coleman integrals.
Math Societies to Lawmakers: Help Us Make the Master Key
Showcasing important mathematical discoveries that have taken place in national laboratories and agencies.
Has Carmichaelĺs Totient Conjecture Been Proven? No, No, it has not.
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