## Archive of posts with tag “long paper”

• ### The duality between two plane trajectories related by a conformal map

The conformal map $\fc wz$ transforms the trajectory with energy $-B$ in potential $\fc Uz\ceq A\v{\d w/\d z}^2$ into the trajectory with energy $-A$ in potential $\fc Vw\ceq B\v{\d z/\d w}^2$. I will prove this beautiful result and show some implications of it.

• ### A measure-theoretic formulation of statistical ensembles (part 2)

For sake of rigor and generalizability, I feel it necessary to try to have a mathematical formulation for statistical ensembles. I chose measure spaces as the underlying mathematical structure of thermal systems and tried to justify the method of statistical ensembles by deducing them from some axioms.

• ### A measure-theoretic formulation of statistical ensembles (part 1)

For sake of rigor and generalizability, I feel it necessary to try to have a mathematical formulation for statistical ensembles. I chose measure spaces as the underlying mathematical structure of thermal systems and tried to justify the method of statistical ensembles by deducing them from some axioms.

• ### Distinguishing all the letters in handwritten math/physics notes

Personally, I have the demand of handwriting math/physics notes, but an annoying fact about this is that I usually cannot distinguish every letter that may be possibly used well enough. In this article, I will try to settle this problem.

• ### The longest all-$1$ substring of a random bit string

Given your probability of breaking the combo at each note, what is the probability distribution of your max combo in the rhythm game chart? I considered the problem seriously!

• ### Solving linear homogeneous ODE with constant coefficients

By using power series, we can prove that the problem of solving linear homogeneous ODE with constant coefficients can be reduced to the problem of solving a polynomial with those coefficients. This article illustrates this point in detail, but it uses a very awful notation…

• ### View of the world (physically rather than philosophically)

The view of the world… Physically! In this article, I tried to use mathematical language to describe models of the physical world. A view of the world should include: a space (actually spacetime) with some mathematical structure on it (whose points are events in the world), a symmetry principle describing the symmetry of the world, and a motion law to describe the physics and dynamics of the world. This article proposed models for Galilean, Einsteinian, and even Aristotelian worlds. Can you come up with even other worlds?

• ### The concentration change of gas in reversible reactions

A reversible elementary reaction takes place inside a closed, highly thermally conductive container of constant volume, whose reactants are all gases. Given the reaction equations and the reaction rate constants, a natural question to ask is how the concentration of each gas changes w.r.t. time. In this article, I will answer this question by proposing a general approach to solve it.

• ### The frequency assignment of musical notes

This article explores the concept which I call the frequency assignment, which is a mapping from $N$ (the set of notes) to $\mathbb R^+$ (the set of frequencies). Concepts such as octaves, intervals, and equal temperaments are introduced.

• ### Monkey-patching graciously

Monkey-patching is a powerful tool in programming. In this article, I used techniques of Ruby metaprogramming to define a series of methods def_after, def_before, etc. to help monkey-patching. They look graciously in that we can use it to shorten the codes for monkey-patching (avoiding aliasing and repeating codes).