Julie Rehmeyer's Articles
- Math TrekTwo studies apply social networking ideas to data from health studies of thousands of people, and suggest different interpretations of how contagious happiness or other experiences can be.
- Math TrekSome game theory paradoxes can be resolved by assuming that people adopt multiple personae, and aren’t rational.
- Math TrekFlorence Nightingale pioneered the use of applied statistics to develop policy and developed novel ways of displaying them.
- Math TrekMathematicians develop computer proof-checking systems in order to realize long-sought dreams of fully precise, accurate mathematics.
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- Math TrekNew techniques are beginning to unravel the mysteries of knots, revealing a great mathematical superstructure in the process.
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- Math TrekA rational person will vote, economists show, as an act of altruism.
- Math TrekThe U.S. News & World Report rankings of colleges and universities are largely arbitrary, according to a new mathematical analysis.
- NewsFeatured Math Trek column: The Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search, a cooperative computing project, helps find a prime that has nearly 13 million digits.