Last year, a Blyth Institute researcher published a new notation for differentials that allow them to be algebraically manipulable (previous standard notation for higher-order differentials could not be used in an algebraic manner). This was published in Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete and Impulsive Systems, Series A: Mathematical Analysis. The paper was titled “Extending the Algebraic…
We are proud to announce the availability of our next issue (Volume 2 Issue 1) of Communications of the Blyth Institute. This issue focuses on information theory, philosophy of mathematics, and hyperreal numbers.
Blyth Institute director Jonathan Bartlett’s latest book, Building Scalable PHP Web Applications Using the Cloud, was just released by Apress this week. The book is an intro-level tutorial to help programmers get their arms (and code) around cloud technology from a variety of vendors. The book walks the user through a variety of tasks in…
The Blyth Institute released its second issue of Communications of the Blyth Institute.
The Blyth Institute’s director, Jonathan Bartlett, recently published a paper on calculus fundamentals, titled “Extending the Algebraic Manipulability of Differentials.” This paper was published in Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete, and Impulsive Systems, Series A: Mathematical Analysis. UPDATE: Coverage of the paper can be found on the website MindMatters.ai.
The Blyth Institute will be giving a talk on the application of Computer Science principles to biology at Oral Roberts University on April 16, 2019.
The Blyth Institute spoke with a class of junior high school students on various issues and developments within biology, cognition, and evolution.
The Blyth Institute announces the release of its new journal, Communications of the Blyth Institute. See the press release for more information.
The Blyth Institute will have its mobile microscopy laboratory available at the Tulsa Homeschool Expo on June 1-2. This is a free event for anyone who is at the expo!
The Blyth Institute recently gave a lecture at ORU on applying information theory to biology, specifically in the area of evolution.