Third Issue of Communications of the Blyth Institute Released

 
TULSA, Okla. - Jan. 19, 2020 - PRLog -- The Blyth Institute released the third issue (volume 2 issue 1) of Communications of the Blyth Institute this week.  This issue focuses on information theory, philosophy of mathematics, and hyperreal numbers.  This issue includes a collaborative paper led by The Blyth Institute focusing on analyzing divergent infinite series using hyperreal numbers.

I (https://journals.blythinstitute.org/ojs/index.php/cbi/issue/view/6)ssue Contents -

Articles:
* Improving XGBoost with Imagination Sampling (Holloway)
* Hyperreal Numbers for Infinite Divergent Series (Bartlett, Gaastra, and Nemati)
* How to Explain Behavior (Rakover)
* Two Methods of Calculating Axiom Size (Bartlett)

Letters:
* Divergent Series and Its Assigned Value in a Hyperreal Context (Reijden)
* Do Mutation Rates Match the Kelly Criterion (Bartlett)
* On the Logic of Being and Wigner's Astonishment Regarding the Applicability of Mathematics (Mullings)
* Independence Conservation and Evolutionary Algorithms (Holloway)
* CrowdRank: A Simple Ranking Algorithm for Crowdsourced Rating Systems with Uneven Participation

This issue is available at the following URL:

https://journals.blythinstitute.org/ojs/index.php/cbi/issue/view/6

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Jonathan Bartlett
jonathan.bartlett@blythinstitute.org
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