The figure on the left is a convex polyhedron, while the figure on the right is non-convex. What makes the cube on the left convex is that any two points can be connected by a line segment within the …

## Student Post: The Quantum Fourier Transform

The Discrete Fourier Transform The Fourier Transformation is a high level mathematical function using the integrals over a continuous wave to compute the component that make up such a wave. As this is done in a continuous fashion, the Discrete …

## Student Post: Adding Buttons!

This week and the previous week I was tasked with adding buttons to our user interface. Currently when the buttons A, P, or C were clicked it selected a certain “tool” that you could use. This week I was attempting …

## Student Post: The Rabbit Hole of Graph Theory Terminology (Plus some Petersen Graphs)

My first ever exposure to any sort of graph theory was through this paper by Flapan, Mattman, Mellor, Naimi, and Nukkuni. If you’ve already clicked on the link, you might see how someone could get overwhelmed with terminology early on in …

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## A Student Post: An Interactive Application for (Inversive) Geometry Of Circles

Hello, For the past several months I have been working an interactive interface for the construction of inversive geometry of circles. Currently the working features are adding points, dragging points, and selecting three points to draw a disk. The past …

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## A Student Post: The Basic Mathematics of Quantum Computing

Outline This blog post is purposed with denoting and recognizing the basic principles involving the mathematics behind quantum computing. This write up is directed towards upper level undergraduates, as well as graduate students, with backgrounds in mathematics or computer science. …

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## Student Post: The Basic Principles of Quantum Computing

What is Quantum Computing? The nature behind the implementation of quantum computers comes from the attempt to simulate and use principles of quantum mechanics to enhance computational run-time exponentially. Theoretically, any task given to a classical Turing machine can be …

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