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Published Nov 19, 2021
English bell ringing (called change ringing) has many connections to mathematics, notably to group theory and Hamiltonian cycles. My wife, Joan Hutchinson, is an ardent bell ringer (having rung in both England and North America), and I knew the basics of this ancient craft. A recent … »
Published Nov 9, 2021
Why are we releasing Version 13 of Mathematica?
As a math and science company, Wolfram doesn’t fear two-digit number integers, especially that particular one between 12 and 14. That is to say, we don’t have triskaidekaphobia, not on Friday the 13th or any other day of the year.
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Published Nov 4, 2021
Since I started working at Wolfram, I have been almost exclusively using Mathematica, not only as computing software but also as a program in which to write documents. I very quickly felt comfortable using Mathematica in both of these capacities, but I had yet to truly use it as a … »
Published Oct 26, 2021
The new Korean TV series Squid Game has taken the world by storm and become a global breakout phenomenon. Netflix, its distributor, announced, “Squid Game has officially reached 111 million fans—making it our biggest series launch ever!” It’s topped the charts in 90 different countries, including the United States, and … »