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Topic: Non-linear recursive functions
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Richard Clark

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Re: Non-linear recursive functions
Posted: Feb 1, 2013 7:04 PM
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> I did try to understand the multidimensional interpretation in quantum
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> physics back in time, but it didn't stick. I do have math that has
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> general dimensional properties, and a projection algorithm that can do
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> n-1 dimensional projection, and back in time I attempted to find
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> connections to quantum mechanics, but didn't break through.
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> - Tim


On a larger scale, Michel Henen used a Poincare map to study the motion of stars in a galaxy.

Richard



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