The Mathematics of Passion

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In the October 2009 issue of Verge, an arts and events magazine in Augusta, Ga., Professor Dana Randall of Computer Science says she wants to change the perception of mathematics. Far from simply crunching numbers, Randall talks about her work as solving--even "study[ing] the aesthetics" of--patterns and puzzles. On Oct. 29 in Augusta's Fort Discovery, she will deliver the American Mathematical Society's annual Arnold Ross Lecture, titled "Domino Tilings of the Chessboard: An Introduction to Sampling and Counting." Source: Verge Magazine



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  • Created On: Feb 9, 2010 - 4:39pm
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