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# Tag Archives: History

## PDE Coffee Table Book

I stumbled upon The (Unfinished) PDE Coffee Table Book, which can be quite useful for future courses on PDE. Here is the link.

Posted in Applied Mathematics, Teaching, Uncategorized
Tagged Differential equations, History, Math 483: PDE
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## Tree of Life

Posted in Complex networks, History, Uncategorized
Tagged biology, History, teaching, tree of life
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## Smale’s horseshoe

Posted in History, Lecture Notes, Math 760: ODE I, Math Club, NDSU
Tagged chaos, dynamical systems, History, Math Club, teaching
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## Plans

Posted in Career, conferences, History, News, travel
Tagged Career, conferences, History
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## Something about rigor in mathematics

A very interesting account of Oliver Heaviside work. Link.

## History of solving PDE

Posted in Applied Mathematics, Around mathematics, History, Teaching
Tagged Applied mathematics, History, PDE, teaching
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## Group selection versus kin selection

The group-selection dustup continues: E. O. Wilson calls Richard Dawkins a “journalist”

Posted in Evolutionary theory
Tagged evolution of altruism, Evolutionary game theory, History, kin selection
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