# Category Archives: Math

## MCL project posted in ECMI blog

So, I got my “Studying Uncertainty for robot localization using Monte Carlo Localization” project posted in ECMI (European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry) blog ðŸ™‚ here is the link: https://ecmiindmath.org/2018/01/29/studying-uncertainty-for-robot-localization-with-multiple-sensors-using-monte-carlo-localization/

## Fourier Summation using LabVIEW

The next practice of using LabVIEW is out! In this one, we will apply the previous VI into something practical. Letâ€™s build a Fourier summation. If you donâ€™t remember, then any function (not quite any function, but letâ€™s skip the … Continue reading

## Material from mathematics

An old piece from a SIAM’s journal that happens to be always of interest for me

## Mathematicians lives

Well, it began with a random interest in mathematicians lives and now I’m even getting more interested into digging more into their lives and finding out more and more information. Here for example, I made a list with 82 mathematicians … Continue reading

## Beautiful Mathematics

That was one of z earliest inspirations for me as a child on how beautiful math is; it took me pencils n graph paper to visualize it back then. Now z world has changed completely that you draw it upon … Continue reading

## Euler Equation proof

I’ve always been fascinated by the great mathematician, Euler! His equation is incredibly invaluable in almost all fields of engineering and other science areas. Having a blank sheet of paper and a pen, I couldn’t resist writing the proof using … Continue reading

## Differential Equations

Differential equations are the type of equations that describe dynamic systems, whether they are naturally existing in the vast cosmos or humanly engineered in our universe. Such systems are characterized by having many variables that are changing with respect to … Continue reading