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#1 Re: This is Cool » A new approach in Calculus » 2011-07-24 22:15:55

Dear bobbym,

Thank you.  Doron Zielberger seems like an interesting fellow.
I liked his YouTube video regarding the "continuous" mathematics being "contained" in discrete math  smile

Have you seen similar definitions to the one suggested at the video I posted, in the literature?  I'm talking about rigorous definitions, not just discussions regarding discretization of continuous mathematics.
Are you familiar with other discrete or semi-discrete versions of concepts in Calculus?

I would love to learn more about this field.

Thank you!

#2 Re: This is Cool » A new approach in Calculus » 2011-07-24 21:00:22

Dear bobbym,

Could you please refer me to a work of Doron Zeilberger, David Deutsch, or even your own, on similar topics?

Thank you.

#3 Re: This is Cool » A new approach in Calculus » 2011-07-24 07:15:49

Dear bobbym,

Thank you for the link.
I recommend to watch that video.  It depicts a very beautiful and intutive idea in Calculus.

#4 Re: This is Cool » A new approach in Calculus » 2011-07-24 02:01:57

Hi,

I tried to post the link and I got this message:  "Sorry. In an effort to stop automated spam only established members can post links. Please describe where instead."

#5 This is Cool » A new approach in Calculus » 2011-07-24 01:55:57

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Hi all,

Have you heard of the new (and simple) approach to Calculus?

For details, search in YouTube "calculus of detachment" and go for the first video (can't post links here).

Thanks smile

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