Syd Geraghty

35 Flips | 4 Magazines | 2 Following | 33 Followers | @sydgeraghty | Professional mathematician, teacher, computer and communications systems developer. Research Fellow at the Institute of Computer Science & UCL, London, England (1972 -1975). CEO, Founder QNX Software Systems Inc. (The QNX OS was bought by RIM and is now the BlackBerry 10 proprietary mobile operating system). VP Operations at HaL a SPARC supercomputer startup acquired by Fujitsu. Research, Marketing & Operations experience at Elliott Automation Radar Research, Plessey (UK), BNR Ottawa, Nortel, National Semi, Intel, & Sun Microsystems. My current goal is to extend the application of Mathematica in education, science, and technology.

Stella: Polyhedron Navigator

<b>Fig 14.</b> Rhombic dodecahedron showing a<br>user-defined rectangular facet<p><i>Faceting</i> is a very powerful tool that has had little exposure in the literature. …

Hull

Computational Knowledge and the Future of Pure Mathematics—Stephen Wolfram Blog

Every four years for more than a century there’s been an International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) held somewhere in the world. In 1900 it was …

More fun with 80/20...??

Author Topic: More fun with 80/20...?? (Read 163651 times)<p>0 Members and 2 Guests are viewing this topic.<p>Retailer<p>Posts: 1731<p>« <b>Reply #60 on:</b> May 19, …

HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference 2015

Stanford University

A Course in Computational Algebraic Number Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics)

A description of 148 algorithms fundamental to number-theoretic computations, in particular for computations related to algebraic number theory, …

Mathematician/physicist/inventor Richard Crandall dies at 64

It is with great sadness that the present bloggers announce the passing of their dear colleague Richard Crandall, who died Thursday December 20, …

Object-Oriented Geometry

In an earlier post, I reflected on the relationship between mathematics, language, and computer programming. One detail of that has been on my mind …

Mathematics

Bitsbox | monthly coding projects for kids

<i>A free website where kids code apps for real devices. Subscribers get boxes packed with new programming projects every month!</i>Created by BitsboxA free …

Discover the science that matters to you

Researcher at heart? Never miss a new idea<p>Save time with daily alerts for emerging research in your field and stay on track by organising research …

Mini Workbench Makes Detail Work Easier

Learn how setting an auxiliary workbench atop your main bench can make detail work, and even handplaning a whole lot easier.

Massively Parallel Computer Built From Single Layer of Molecules - MIT Technology Review

Modern computer chips handle data at the mind-blowing rate of some 10^13 bits per second. Neurons, by comparison, fire at a rate of around 100 times …

Atoms

TECH BRIEFS MEDIA

Using the Tech Briefs Product Information Service, you agree that Tech Briefs may send inquiry information to only those companies you visit or …

Plans and Pricing - Overleaf

How would you like to use Overleaf? Choose your plan below:<p>BEST VALUE<p>Pro<p>Pro+Teach<p>Payment :<p>/ Monthly<p>Yearly /<p>Currency :<p>USD($) / /<p>/ GBP(£) /<p>/ / …

Personal Finance

Dr Paul Coxon on Twitter: "The power of math: 17 Equations That Changed the World, chosen by @warwickmaths' Ian Stewart FRS (pic @LarryTheTutor) http://t.co/S91gCtuL72"

New conversation<p>End of conversation<p>New conversation<p>End of conversation<p>New conversation<p>Replying to @<b>paulcoxon</b><p>Newton invented calculus. “@<b>paulcoxon</b>: 17 …

The 17 Equations That Changed the Course of History

<i>This post originally appered in</i> Business Insider.<p>Mathematics is all around us, and it has shaped our understanding of the world in countless ways.<p>In …

The Stacks Project gets ever awesomer with new viz

<i>Crossposted on Not Even Wrong.</i><p>Here’s a completely biased interview I did with my husband A. Johan de Jong, who has been working with Pieter Belmans …

Ten simple rules for effective computational research

<i>With the increasing use of computational techniques in the life sciences, a wide range of scientists are finding that software development plays an</i> …

MathML Test Suite

The MathML specification is intended to be used by a wide variety of systems which need to be able to exchange MathML information. This group of …

Test Suites

Gerda Taro’s 108th Birthday #GoogleDoodle

Detexify LaTeX handwritten symbol recognition

Want a Mac app?<p>Lucky you. The Mac app is finally stable enough. See how it works on Vimeo. Download the latest version here.<p><i>Restriction:</i> In addition …

ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE | Open Science

Royal Society

Interactive Q&A with authors of CUDA Fortran for Scientists and Engineers

Autonomous Quadrotors Fly Amazing Formations

Roboticists at the University of Pennsylvania's GRASP are able to get as many as 20 of their autonomous microcopters to fly in formation and perform …

Ternary plot

A <b>ternary plot</b>, <b>ternary graph</b>, <b>triangle plot</b>, <b>simplex plot</b>, <b>Gibbs triangle</b> or <b>de Finetti diagram</b> is a barycentric plot on three variables which sum to a …

ternary diagrams in R

<b>‘ggtern’</b> is a software package for the statistical computing language R. It is an extension to ggplot2 [1] specifically for the plotting of ternary …

Data Visualization

Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computer Z0P8-MD87811 B&H Photo Video

From 2006 to 2012, the <b>Mac Pro</b> from <b>Apple</b> stuck with the same aluminum case, first made popular by the Power Mac G5. Now, the Mac Pro returns with a …