How to translate math equations back to emotions?

Mathematics is the art of giving the same name to different things Henri Poincaré, in The future of Mathematics, 1908 Poetry is the art of giving different names to the same thing Unknown poet, in response to Poincaré This post is basically the article Making concrete analogies and big pictures, with just different title. For Vietnamese readers, you can read […]

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How I use Google Keep

My speculation on why Google Keep doesn’t support text formatting and folder structure First, let’s not forget that there are a lot of note-taking apps that support formattings and folder structure. You name it: OneNote, Evernote, Zoho Note, etc. If GK also support formatting, then it will compete with other well-established competitors. Now, let me explain how I use notes […]

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Bộ sưu tập từ điển chuyên ngành

Bộ sưu tập này có khoảng 100 file từ điển. Mình để chế độ tự do chỉnh sửa để ai có cuốn nào mới thì có thể đóng góp. Mình ưu tiên từ điển hoặc giáo trình nhập môn đại học để các bạn dịch nếu phải dịch một thuật ngữ ngoài chuyên ngành có thể hiểu thêm về nó. […]

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The linguistic and cognitive aspects of red herring names and formal definitions

Red herring names are names not either red or a herring. That is, it is a misleading name in math. Take the red herring name noncommutative geometry as an example. Its correct form should be not necessarily commutative geometry (or possibly non-commutative geometry), but the adverbs are trimmed in a rush to explain an idea in which the speaker knows […]

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