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Corporate CEO, Physicist

  1. Jun 27, 2017 #1
    I am applying a Green's probabilistic elastodynamic tensor with relativistic manifold extensions to solve a pull out of a smoothly shaped deformable spheroid from a stiff inhomogenous deformable quasi-brittle host. This involves a Hooke's law tensor, a relativistic manifold Ricci tensor, a modified Eshelby tensor. In addition, am following Witten's string theory contributions with interest and had similar notions about string theory in the past especially descriptions 'beyond the Feynman diagrams.
     
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  3. Jun 27, 2017 #2

    Evo

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    Welcome Charles, and thanks for posting in New Member Introductions!
     
  4. Jun 27, 2017 #3
    I think I see applications for my efforts in neuron-synaptic communication. Emulation of neural phenomena using LSTM and convolutional recurrent neural networks wherein tensors play an important role needs some creative input when applied to synaptic junctions. The neural synapsis seems to be closely related to 'memristors, long sought after as synaptic emulators. I think Green's functions can play a big part in understanding and synthesizing synapses.
     
  5. Jun 27, 2017 #4
    Thank you!!
     
  6. Jun 27, 2017 #5

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    Very interesting, but this is introductions only, not for conversations. If you have questions, please feel free to ask them in the appropriate forums. :smile: I would love to hear more about what you are doing.
     
  7. Jun 27, 2017 #6
    Hello to all! :biggrin:
     
  8. Jun 27, 2017 #7

    Evo

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    Wow, just read your profile. :bow: Double welcome! :partytime: Sorry, what I lack in knowledge I make up in smilies.
     
  9. Jun 27, 2017 #8

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    Welcome to PF!

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