1] Economists are great at using wonderful looking graphs, making analysis from obscure esoteric mathematical formulas
, finding correlations and calling them cause and effect, and generally trying to convince everyone else that they know what they are doing.
Later, other scientists tested Einstein's complex mathematical formula
, and the convincing results helped erase doubts of the atom's existence.
It has no human-readable components, instead uses a data encoding technique that produces a mathematical formula
value unique to every name/address combination.
Don't worry, say the dudes with big brains; there's actually a mathematical formula
that proves that any civilization capable of intergalactic travel would have already evolved past aggressiveness to avoid self-destruction.
Compression requires some form of mathematical formula
, or algorithm, to reduce redundant strings of data and uses a code to create patterns of data that fit onto a smaller space.
Unlike previous NHTSA tests which used a mathematical formula
based on the track width and the height of the center of gravity above the road, this one tests actual performance, with steering done by a computer to ensure objectivity.
IF ANYONE COULD DEVISE A MATHEMATICAL FORMULA
for becoming a millionaire before age 40, it's Charles Glass.
com, a Web site that gives consumers access to their Fair Isaac, or FICO, scores, based on its own mathematical formula
The new standard contains a sophisticated mathematical formula
known as an algorithm.
Encryption is a mathematical formula
used to protect privacy on an increasingly insecure Internet.
To survey this abstruse subject with the use of only one mathematical formula
, and even to inject some humour along the way, is a remarkable achievement.
Of course, there is no numerical test for defining "substantial"; this area is not susceptible to a precise mathematical formula