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Music is math, and one you understand that…How can anyone not be in awe? It’s the audible expression behind the laws of the universe. It feels like the only thing, apart from God, that lives outside time. Once released, it lives on and it can make you laugh and cry, rip you apart and heal you, all withing a few discrete notes strung together. And while it follows rules, expression is limitless.

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Katherine Reay (The Austen Escape)

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The more complex a behavior is, the more rigorous and complicated the science behind it. Math, chemistry, that’s the easy stuff—closed models with discrete answers. To understand behavior—human or elephant—the systems are far more complex, which is why the science behind them must be that much more intricate. But

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Jodi Picoult (Leaving Time)

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Music is math, and once you understand that . . . How can anyone not be in awe? It’s the audible expression behind the laws of the universe. It feels like the only thing, apart from God, that lives outside time. Once released, it lives on and it can make you laugh and cry, rip you apart and heal you, all within a few discrete notes strung together. And while it follows rules, expression is limitless.

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Katherine Reay (The Austen Escape)

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If anyone had ever asked me to defend my work, here’s what I would have said: The more complex a behavior is, the more rigorous and complicated the science behind it. Math, chemistry, that’s the easy stuff—closed models with discrete answers. To understand behavior—human or elephant—the systems are far more complex, which is why the science behind them must be that much more intricate. But no one ever asked. I’m pretty sure my boss, Grant, thought this was a phase I was going through, and that sooner or later, I’d get back to science, instead of elephant cognition. I had seen elephants die before, but this was the first time since I’d changed my research focus. I wanted every last detail to be noted. I wanted to make sure I didn’t overlook anything as too mundane; any action that I might learn later was critical to the way elephants mourn. To that end, I stayed there, sacrificing sleep. I marked down which elephants came to visit, identifying them by their tusks, their tail hair, the marks on their bodies, and sometimes even the veins on their ears, which had patterns as unique as our own thumbprints. I cataloged how much time they spent touching Mmaabo,

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Jodi Picoult (Leaving Time)

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Words described real experiences, and their curves and lines left a mental trail for me to follow by sense memory, whereas numbers threw curves at me and stonewalled me with their lines, barring me from understanding them, where they came from, and where they went. Math did not describe anything to me; if people themselves were often disconnected parts—sometimes one, sometimes many—how could I hope to quantify the rest of the world? Discrete amounts had little meaning for me.

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Dawn Prince-Hughes (Songs of the Gorilla Nation: My Journey Through Autism)

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I took 17 computer science classes and made an A in 11 of them. 1 point away from an A in 3 of them and the rest of them didn't matter.
Math is a tool for physics,chemistry,biology/basic computation and nothing else.
CS I(Pascal Vax),
CS II(Pascal Vax),
Sr. Software Engineering,
Sr. Distributed Systems,
Sr. Research,
Sr. Operating Systems,
Sr. Unix Operating Systems,
Data Structures,
Sr. Object Oriented A&D,
CS (perl/linux),
Sr. Java Programming,
Information Systems Design,
Jr. Unix Operating Systems,
Microprocessors,
Programming Algorithms,
Calculus I,II,III, B
Differential Equations, TI-89
Mathematical Reasoning, 92
C++ Programming,
Assembly 8086,
Digital Computer Organization,
Discrete Math I,II, B
Statistics for the Engineering & Sciences (w/permutations & combinatorics) --
A-American Literature
A-United States History 1865
CLEP-full year english
CLEP-full year biology
A-Psychology
A-Environmental Ethics

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Michael Gitabaum

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A few books that I've read....
Pascal, an Introduction to the Art and Science of Programming
by Walter Savitch
Programming algorithms
Introduction to Algorithms, 3rd Edition (The MIT Press)
Data Structures and Algorithms in Java
Author: Michael T. Goodrich - Roberto Tamassia - Michael H. Goldwasser
The Algorithm Design Manual
Author: Steven S Skiena
Algorithm Design
Author: Jon Kleinberg - Éva Tardos
Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs
Book by Niklaus Wirth
Discrete Math
Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
Author: Kenneth H Rosen
Computer Org
Structured Computer Organization
Andrew S. Tanenbaum
Introduction to Assembly Language Programming: From 8086 to Pentium Processors (Undergraduate Texts in Computer Science)
Author: Sivarama P. Dandamudi
Distributed Systems
Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design
Author: George Coulouris - Jean Dollimore - Tim Kindberg - Gordon Blair
Distributed Systems: An Algorithmic Approach, Second Edition (Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer and Information Science Series)
Author: Sukumar Ghosh
Mathematical Reasoning
Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof Version 2.1
Author: Ted Sundstrom
An Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning: Numbers, Sets and Functions
Author: Peter J. Eccles
Differential Equations
Differential Equations (with DE Tools Printed Access Card)
Author: Paul Blanchard - Robert L. Devaney - Glen R. Hall
Calculus
Calculus: Early Transcendentals
Author: James Stewart
And more....

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Michael Gitabaum