Monthly Archives: November 2015

Understanding Atom Tables

Atom Tables have been a structure on Windows which I wanted to investigate for a while, but only have managed to find the time to write about now. Atom Tables enable strings to be encoded by with a 16-bit integer … Continue reading

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Learning the Importance of Mathematics

Tonight, I thought I would write about how I came to become so interested in Mathematics; and the importance of Mathematics in scienfic disciplines; and more importantly the importance of Mathematics in our everyday life. Mathematics, in my opinion, is … Continue reading

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The Fundamental Laws of Logic

The Fundamental Laws of Logic or the Classic Laws of Thought may be redundant in some respects; the introduction of propositional logic and fuzzy logic has meant that some of the axioms (some disrupted to be axioms) these laws are … Continue reading

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