Monday 23 October 2017 |

Events for day: Thursday 03 August 2017 |

14:00 - 16:00 LectureIterations and Limits, Complexity and Surveyability School MATHEMATICS The first theme, complexity reduction on large sets, is mainly based on part of a post-conference contribution made to the Proceedings of Frontiers in Mathematical Sciences, the Third Conference, at IPM, and the extensions in the journal version in Complex Systems. Examples of computationally simplifying some sequences of nonnegative integers are presented. The reduction might be at the cost of leaving out a set of exceptional inputs of zero or rather small density. Iterations ((a_m)_{minmathbb{N}}) of (sqrt{2+x}) with specific initial values (xin[-2,2]) are considered. Modulo base-4 normality of (frac{1}{pi^2}), when (x=0) and (m) is outside ... |