Math, Data Science, and Cognitive Reading for 12/12/2015

AIML – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “AIML, or Artificial Intelligence Markup Language, is an XML dialect for creating natural language software agents.” tags: m python ai aiml AI Chat Bot in Python with AIML | DevDungeon “Artificial intelligence chat bots are easy to write in Python with the AIML package.…

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Math and Data Science Reading for 09/09/2015

List of open-source software for mathematics – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “This is a list of open source software to be used for high order mathematical calculations. This software has played a huge role in the field of mathematics. Open source software in mathematics has become pivotal in education because…

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Daily Math and Data Science Reading for 05/20/2015

Rayleigh–Bénard convection – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “Rayleigh–Bénard convection is a type of natural convection, occurring in a plane horizontal layer of fluid heated from below, in which the fluid develops a regular pattern of convection cells known as Bénard cells. Rayleigh–Bénard convection is one of the most commonly studied…

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Daily Math and Data Science Reading for 05/14/2015

Bilinear interpolation – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “In mathematics, bilinear interpolation is an extension of linear interpolation for interpolating functions of two variables (e.g., x and y) on a regular 2D grid.” tags: m interpolation Trey Causey – Software development skills for data scientists “Data scientists often come from diverse…

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Daily Math and Data Science Reading for 05/06/2015

Polar coordinate system – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “In mathematics, the polar coordinate system is a two-dimensional coordinate system in which each point on a plane is determined by a distance from a reference point and an angle from a reference direction.” tags: m polar coordinates Fifty Famous Curves Cartesian,…

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What I’m Reading on 04/05/2015

Karatsuba algorithm – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “The Karatsuba algorithm was the first multiplication algorithm asymptotically faster than the quadratic “grade school” algorithm. The Toom–Cook algorithm is a faster generalization of Karatsuba’s method, and the Schönhage–Strassen algorithm is even faster, for sufficiently large n.” tags: bs karatsuba algorithm Multiplication US…

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What We Do When We Do Analytics Research

In May of 2013 I was asked to contribute an article to ProVISION, an IBM magazine published in Japan for current and potential customers and clients. That piece was translated into Japanese and published at the end of July. Below is the original article I wrote in English describing some…

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