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Who was Leon­hard Euler?

23. September 2011
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Who was Leon­hard Euler?

Leon­hard Euler was one of the great­est math­e­mati­cians of all times. He devel­oped the basics of the mod­ern the­ory of num­bers and alge­bra, the topol­ogy, the prob­a­bil­ity cal­cu­lus and com­bi­na­torics, the inte­gral cal­cu­lus, the the­ory of the dif­f­en­ren­tial equa­tion and the dif­fer­en­tial geom­e­try, the vari­a­tional cal­cu­lus and he dis­cov­ered the coher­ence between trigono­met­ri­cal func­tions...

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Scal­ing Theory

23. September 2011
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Scal­ing Theory

Within the past 40 years many arti­cles were pub­lished which show that log­a­rith­mic scal­ing invari­ance (“Scal­ing”) is a wide dis­trib­uted nat­ural phenomenon. In 1967 /​ 68 Feyn­man and Bjorken dis­cov­ered the scal­ing phe­nom­e­non in high energy physics, con­crete in hadron col­li­sions. Simon E. Shnoll found scal­ing in the dis­tri­b­u­tions of macro­scopic fluc­tu­a­tions of nuclear decay...

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Pro­file

23. September 2011
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The Advanced Nat­ural Research Insti­tute in memo­riam Leon­hard Euler in Munich is an inno­v­a­tive pri­vate insti­tu­tion for sci­en­tific con­sul­ta­tion, coach­ing and research. Pos­si­ble prac­ti­cal appli­ca­tions are unlim­ited and inde­pen­dent of line of indus­try or branch. We endeavor to bring together inter­na­tional authors of sci­en­tific pio­neer­ing achieve­ments and to sup­port the inter­dis­ci­pli­nary dia­logue of holis­tic...

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