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» Pace of prehistoric human innovation could be revealed by 'linguistic thermometer'Wed, 27 Jan 2021 08:52:22 EST
A physics professor has joined forces with language experts to build a 'linguistic thermometer' that can record the temperature of 'hot' or 'cold' (ie fast or slow) developments in modern linguistic features to create a computer-based model that can provide a better understanding of the development in human language and innovation stretching back to pre-history.
» Domino effects and synchrony in seizure initiationMon, 25 Jan 2021 19:18:17 EST
In a brain with a neurological disorder like epilepsy, synchronization between groups of neurons can grow to a dangerous extent when a collection of brain cells begins to emit excess electricity. Researchers used a mathematical model to explore the interplay between neurons that leads to these transitions in synchronization during the onset of seizures.
» Why older adults must go to the front of the vaccine lineThu, 21 Jan 2021 15:09:38 EST
A new global, mathematical modeling study shows that in most cases prioritizing older adults for COVID-19 vaccines saves the most lives. It also found that, in some cases, more lives could be saved and infections prevented if those who've already tested positive step to the back of the line.
» Mathematical framework enables accurate characterization of shapesThu, 21 Jan 2021 13:21:32 EST
In nature, many things have evolved that differ in size, color and, above all, in shape. While the color or size of an object can be easily described, the description of a shape is more complicated. Researchers have now outlined a new and improved way to describe shapes based on a network representation that can also be used to reassemble and compare shapes.
Provided courtesy of: Mathematics News -- ScienceDaily