Models and Representations for Fractal Social Organizations
Self-organization versus hierarchical organization - a mathematical investigation of the anarchist philosophy of social organization
by Evo Busseniers
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This video represents all the possible collaborative behaviours of 2 class-0, 2 class-1, and 2 class-2 roles in a social organization --
all the possible "teams" one can activate starting from those 6 roles.
Music is the famous Aria from Bach's BWV 1068. https://mathstodon.xyz/media/gXLkGJXXlAAtlExNo_k
Generalizing Zeckendorf's Theorem to f-decompositions
Article by Demontigny, Philippe and Do, Thao and Kulkarni, Archit and Miller, Steven J. and Moon, David and Varma, Umang
In collection: Unusual arithmetic
A beautiful theorem of Zeckendorf states that every positive integer can be uniquely decomposed as a sum of non-consecutive Fibonacci numbers...
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Computers in mathematical practice: an exercise of microhistory https://www.academia.edu/34761518/Computadores_nas_pr%C3%A1ticas_matem%C3%A1ticas_um_exerc%C3%ADcio_de_microhist%C3%B3ria_Computers_in_mathematical_practice_an_exercise_of_microhistory?s=t
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Solving Triangular Peg Solitaire
Article by Bell, George I.
In collection: Puzzles
We consider the one-person game of peg solitaire on a triangular board of arbitrary size. The basic game begins from a full board with one peg missing and finishes with one peg at a specified board location. We develop necessary and sufficient conditions for this game...
Earliest Uses of Symbols of Calculus
Web page by Jeff Miller
In collections: Easily explained, History, Lists and catalogues, Notation and conventions
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