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    • Wolfram at Дом Быта


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      Wolfram at Дом Быта, Saint-Petersburg, May 14th, 2011

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        using an interview with Stephen Wolfram, author of "A New Kind of Science."

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        • App Spotlight: Wolfram Alpha


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          wolframalpha.com jasonstechsite.com

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            • New Perspective on Wolfram's "New Kind of Science"


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              Leon Chua University of California, Berkeley Stephen Wolfram’s monumental best seller, A New Kind of Science, has been widely praised for its audacity and condemned for its excessive claims.To understand what the fuss is all about, this lecture will interpret Wolfram’s “new science” from the perspective of the CNN (Cellular Nonlinear Network) Paradigm, thereby providing an elementary, yet rigorous foundation towards a “new science” of complexity, and its many manifesta- tions, such as emergence, self organization, synergetics, dissipative structures, and other collective far-from thermodynamics equilibrium phenomena. In particular, this lecture will describe and identify the new concept of local activity, and its associated “edge of chaos,” as the universal origin of complexity. In cognizant of the multidisciplinary nature of the audience, this lecture will be self-contained and profusely illustrated with examples ranging from brain-like computing to artificial life. Biography Leon Chua received his MS and PhD degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, respectively. Since 1970, he has been with the University of California, Berkeley, where he is currently a profes- sor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. He was awarded the IEEE Neural Networks Pioneer Award in 2000. Elected an IEEE Fellow in 1974, he has received many international prizes, including the IEEE Browder J.Thompson Memorial Prize in 1972, the IEEE W.R G. Baker Prize in 1978, the Frederick Emmons Award in 1974, the M.E.Van Valkenburg Award in 1995, and again in 1998. He was awarded seven USA patents and nine honorary doctorates (Doctor Honoris Causa) from major European universities and Japan. He is also a recipient of the “top 15 cited authors in Engineering” award in 2002, chosen from the Current Contents (ISI) database of all cited papers in the engineering disciplines in the citation index from 1991 to Oct. 31, 2001, from all branches of engineering. He was elected a foreign member of the European Academy of Sciences (Academia Europea) in 1997.

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              • Fireworks


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                unofficial music video par moi audio: Wolfram ft. Hercules & Love Affair visuals: Katy Perry's "Firework"

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                  MUSIC VIDEO INSPIRED BY YOUTUBE FAN VIDEOS AND MY BUDGET. http://www.diskokaine.com http://twitter.com/wolframamadeus http://www.perm-vac.com/artists/wolfram/ http://www.facebook.com/wolframdiskokaine

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                  • "Spikey" - The WolframAlpha Logo


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                    I picked up a flat little box at Maker Faire last year and haven't until now pulled it out to assemble what is a little WolframAlpha paper model of their logo. A fun little project to take on at one in the morning. I was surprised at how nice and strong the paper was. I have it hanging above my bed now as a dream-catcher of sorts. The shape is a rhombic hexecontahedron and has some weird/cool properties, one involving the golden ratio. Learn more about the logo at wolframalpha.com/logo

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                    • Sermon October 24, 2010 "Truth" Luke 16:10-13


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                      Rev. Dr. Wolfram shared God's word of truth from Luke 16:10-13 as he inspired our congregation to consider our first fruit giving response to Christ's love. Rev. Dr. Richard J. Wolfram is the Director of Congregation Services for the Michigan District, LCMS. Also, he serves as a Congregation Ministry Facilitator for small and medium size congregations, and is the Stewardship Executive for the District. Before joining the District staff 11 years ago he served congregations in Michigan, Florida, Washington, and Minnesota. Additionally, Pastor Wolfram has over 30 years of military service retiring in 2007 from the United States Navy Chaplain Corps. Pastor Wolfram and Judith Ann (Fricke) have been married for 37 years and have three children and six grandchildren: Jennifer and Aaron Rumberger and their children Daniel and Jacob, Thaddeus and Lindsey (Agnew) Wolfram and their daughters Madeleine and Zoey, and Joel and Amy (Kamrath) Wolfram and their children Taylor and Maxwell.

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