Posts Tagged ‘science’

Some notes from my classes and worth seeing (if not remembering) results. We’d like to calculate the function called density of states, for systems with partially restricted dimensions. In fact all of the considered cases are 3D, they’re just confined spatially in one (2D) or two directions (1D). Starting from the general term for density of […]

Sometime ago I saw a TedTalk done by Mr. Daniel Wolpert, which now (once I’ve watched it again) made an even deeper impression on me; The bayesian predictions and the feedback loops are surely something worth thinking about, but the first time I’ve watched it I’ve became instantly occupied with one of the very first sentences he said, paraphrasing: “The […]