college mathematics, applied math, advanced calculus, complex analysis, linear and abstract algebra, probability theory, signal processing, undergraduate physics, physical oceanography
26 years as a professional scientist conducting academic quality research on mostly classified projects involving math/physics modeling and simulation, data analysis and signal processing, instrument development; often ocean related
J. Physical Oceanography, 1984 "A Numerical Model for Low-Frequency Equatorial Dynamics", with M. Cane
M.S. MIT Physical Oceanography, B.S. UC Berkeley Applied Math
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Mathematics enables us to apply abstract principals to provide solutions to everyday problems as well as extend our understanding of the Universe. Being able to provide a mathematical solution that bridges the gap between intuition and a solid appication is very fulfilling.
I hope to acquire more thorough understanding of the many aspects of math and their relation to real world problems. I enjoy helping people understand the often deep results of mathematics and how they can reveal underlying relationships.
Integrating functions of real numbers (basically summing the values of a process to reveal its behaviour), uses several techniques taught in calculus. For complex numbers, combining real and imaginary numbers (square root of -1), the approach relies on powerful, elegant theorems to transform the function and its domain to obtain the value of the integral in a completely different way.
Humor: The famous mathematician Erdos once quipped that a mathematician is a machine that turns coffe into theorems.
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I can see that you recognize that velocity and position are related by a derivative of time, namely, u(t) = dx(t)/dt, and that the solution as a function of time requires must require an integration in
Aishwarya, I am not sure what knowledge you are asking for specifically but it looks like you are anxious about your upcoming exams. Here is some advice I got from my abstract algebra professor at Berkeley
Hi Nick. The answer requires a math editor and so I need to attach figures. I'm assuming you know the basics of suffix notation and summation convention (at least the notation). Good luck. Let me know
I think the trace of X should be zero. Here's my derivation: Traces have some simple and useful properties, such as (for a matrices A and B) 1. Tr(A +B) = Tr(A) + Tr(B) 2. Tr(A) = Tr(A^t) 3
For A and B are in Mnxn, the form S = AB - BA, is called a commutator, made famous by the Heisenberg Principal (just FYI). As you probably know, the dimension of the vector space of matrices
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