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These very curious celestial bodies are in-between a moon and an asteroid. They are called trojans: they follow the same orbit as Earth (around the sun), their path is locked to Earth and they won't collide with us. Gravitation law dictates their choreographic orbits.
In the July 28 2011 issue of the journal …Continue
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And the rise of the data scientist. These pictures speak better than words. They represent keyword popularity according to Google. These numbers and charts are available on Google.…Continue
Posted in the Washington Post.
1. A political map of the world, circa 200 A.D.…Continue
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These sites cover the full gamut of mathematical topics, and cater both to total beginners and career mathematicians.Continue
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There certainly is no shortage of hype when it comes to the term “Big Data”. One thing we can be sure of is that massive data volumes are driving a new modern data architecture that includes Hadoop in the mix. But what does that architecture look like with traditional infrastructure like the enterprise data warehouse? As part of our modern data architecture series we will investigate how the various enterprise…Continue
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