Introduction Hexagonal structure is different from the traditional square structure for image representation. The geometrical arrangement of pixels on hexagonal structure can be described in terms of a hexagonal grid. Hexagonal structure provides an easy way for image translation and rotation information. Spiral Architecture is a relatively new and powerful approach to machine vision system.
The hardest thing is to go to sleep at night, when there are so many urgent things needing to be done. A huge gap exists between what we know is possible with today’s machines and what we have so far been able to finish. Donald E. Knuth Introduction Supercomputer is a generic term that refers
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Getting an MS was my dream when I was admitted in hospital in 2005-6. When I was officially out of Pakistan Army in Dec 2006, I was in very desperate situation. The diagnosis of a severe mental illness had shattered me. Schizophrenia plays various tricks with its victims as it will become apparent. I tried
My younger brother was blessed with baby girl on 15 July 2014. The parents were very happy and they accepted my suggestion to name her Zeenia. It is a kind of flower. I have heard the name but it was a poem by Majeed Amjad that was root cause of my suggestion.
The Feynman algorithm was facetiously suggested by another Nobel Prize-winning physicist Murray Gell-Mann (1929-), a colleague of Richard Philips Feynman (1918-1988), in a New York Times interview. It states:- Write down the problem. Think real hard. Write down the solution. Here it is in a picture. Gell-Mann is a highly successful and highly trained problem
Here are three beautiful ghazals by Majeed Amjad.
Here is a little revolutionary poem by Majeed Amjad.
This is a collection of formulas discovered by the Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) that appears in the book “A Passion for Mathematics” by Clifford A Pickover. Here, the infinite product symbolized by , steps through every prime number. Note that the term in parentheses can be reduced to , where is the golden ratio.
Paul Erdös (1913-1996) was a Hungarian mathematician who spent much of his life traveling and working with colleagues around the world on mathematical problems of many kinds. He published some 1500 papers, making him the most prolific major mathematician of the twentieth century, and had more than 450 collaborators and authors. He worked on problems