Saturday, August 12, 2017

Some number examples

For some reason really like when have examples with numbers in posts and some are actually my favorites and thought to collect a few linking back to post, in a post.

Like here is one:

(462 + 482 + 722)(1722 + 258+ 430+ 6022 + 17622) = 

            615+ 30752 + 141452 + 159902  + 1884972   =  774*210

Just like to stare at it for some reason.

Seem to like sums of lots of squares. Continuing, like here is two more sums of 5 squares to a square:

42 + 6+ 10+ 14862 = 882


862 + 129+ 215+ 301+ 8812 = 9682

And here went ahead and summed 7 to get a square:

349672 + 7522 + 1128+ 1880+ 26322 + 41362 + 48882 = 357212

Where am using BQD Iterator for all of these. But is mathematical tool I have which makes such things easy. Those are ones just from my own research.

An example from even earlier though, where rely on previous known result is here where was talking size of what I now call the unary form of the two conics equation:

60*2551100302 + 2551100292 = 19924730292

That is related to something, talk it here and for reference: 297182 - 61*38052 = -1

Liking that the easier solution, which is historically known so know from other sources and didn't figure it out myself, fits nicely there.

Putting in one place is useful to me for staring at them purposes.

James Harris

Friday, August 11, 2017

Some math discoveries listed

Sometime this month, as don't remember exact day, will be 15 years since found my prime counting function. And thought along with that special event would just list some of my mathematical discoveries. Will not link to anything as everything is on blog somewhere.

So first, yeah found my own prime counting function fastest for its size in its compact sieve form, but more importantly leads to a difference equation when fully mathematized, which has to be constrained to get it to count primes. But THAT difference equation importantly leads to a partial differential equation.

So world was given a clear and direct explanation for how prime counts can connect to continuous functions.

That is so cool. Is so weird though, how close some were to the simple explanation before, without finding it. Their methods for counting primes were SO close. Oh well, left for me to find.

Too much emotion in area explains delay from official figures acknowledging.

Emotion and mathematics? Do not go well together.

Should I admit a sort of grim satisfaction whenever go looking for current research on Riemann Hypothesis? Hardly matters for me, of course. Yeah, like I said, emotion and mathematics do not go well together.

And celebrate 15 years this month since first found my prime counting function.

Moving on.

Developed my own mathematical discipline using what I call tautological spaces, as rely on complex identities.

Entire field call modular symbology, and it realizes the first true modular algebra.

And is my best example of my use of abstract reductionism. Oh, before called modular algebra symbology, but like it shorter! So will switch to that now. There is so much related it dominates this blog.

Oh yeah, so in that area found my own way to solve for the modular inverse!

That is FINALLY for the human species a third way, with other two there is Euclid's name on one and Euler's name on the other. Is now barely over three months since found that so still absorbing the thrill.

And found an axiom related to primes, decided to call prime residue axiom.

Biggest thing though, is found my own numbers. That one takes SO much explaining will leave it like that, but big part was finding my own ring which call the object ring.

And that I think covers enough of the highlights to satisfy my mood.

James Harris

Saturday, August 05, 2017

Web rules and my Diophantine reducer

One of my more informative results can help elucidate how the web has changed things with sharing even highly refined information, like consider if wanted to reduce:

x2 + 2xy + 3y2 = 4 + 5x + 6y

Can use my method for reducing to get: [-4(x+y) + 10]2 + 2s2 = 166

Which is an example have used since 2011, where s = 9, and x+y = 2, is one solution, from which you can find: x = 4, y = -2 as one solution. And another gives: x = 5, y = - 2

Kind of cool, huh? Same y works for two different values for x. And really glad the equation had integer solutions! And easy ones too. Is obvious why I picked it am sure. And s has an explicit solution as a function of x and y, but I don't use it, as just helps by giving two linear equations to solve for x and y, but DO talk about it in this post.

And copied example from this post showing my way to reduce what are called binary quadratic Diophantine equations and have also seen called two variable quadratic Diophantine equations.

For me reducing is for show.

But there are people who need to reduce these types of equations for am sure lots of reasons, so linking to my method is about usefulness. However, why link to something worse than other techniques? To do so would be illogical, and against common sense.

In fact have noted my method improves upon methods for reducing learned are from Gauss. But with his techniques you also need to check something called a discriminant. With my approach that is worthless effort, and I make no mention of such a thing.

Turns out you don't need it.

But what do you think is in some math textbook, eh? And am a HUGE fan of Gauss, but if he were alive today doubt he'd be surprised that his authority is not taken lightly. Who knows when academics will update.

Innovation tends to lead in dramatic ways which is more fun and rapid. People who NEED will just go to the best thing available, when know it is. Getting established? Is more of a process which to me is tedious and depends on others, whose motivations can vary.

Web makes all that irrelevant from MY perspective.

Web can just connect information DIRECTLY to the people who need it.

With such older research of mine the web is very efficient in linking to it. And I can check search engines based on my own results to see if search results will get to them, and do it routinely.

Usually Google wins, and will check against Bing more than others. However, at times with more recent research have seen Bing win. And I think Google is making more effort to rely on establishment authority, rather than just on web authority, which is a hypothesis to explain that result.

Over time though, best results will win, and notice that is true regardless of the web.

And academics lagging best methods is not new I don't think. The web though can simply link to best, though I think often is being done on various views of authority! Which I think is interesting.

Picked one of my most dramatic examples but can help explain other areas too. Right now have several results could have used, but I like this one as is connected to some serious practical things.

World doesn't sit and wait on academics. And never has. But web has made things easier.

So yeah, one thing I do routinely is check search engines to see better how they operate based on what happens with my own research results, when can check those objectively against what is known, where usually can.

Figuring out web rules is of interest to me.

James Harris