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I gave a public talk on one of the seminar course in Jagiellonian UniversityGeneral Relativity2021-05-01 12:08:02Logical treatment for the oscillatory sequence 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1, 2,… to find any term and a computer program to assist the operation
https://figshare.com/articles/preprint/LOGICAL_TREATMENT_FOR_THE_OSCILLATORY_SEQUENCE_1_2_3_4_3_2_1_2_TO_FIND_ANY_TERM_AND_A_COMPUTER_PROGRAM_TO_ASSIST_THE_OPERATION/12751760
This paper’s aim is to tackle any oscillatory sequence in a new
way. I introduced a new method to find any term of the specific sequence
given on a title. This method not only focus for that problem, but also can
apply in such a sequence whose terms are repeated after some period.Applied Mathematics not elsewhere classified2021-04-30 08:39:26A beginning for the search of Theory of Everything- Kaluza-Klein Theory
https://figshare.com/articles/presentation/A_beginning_for_the_search_of_Unified_Field_Theory-_Kaluza-Klein_Theory/12751784
Talk given in Seminar course at Jagiellonian UniversityMathematical Aspects of Quantum and Conformal Field Theory, Quantum Gravity and String Theory2021-01-21 10:41:12An open source code for Causal Dynamical Triangulations without preferred foliation in (1+1)-dimensions with elementary expositions
https://figshare.com/articles/thesis/An_open_source_code_for_Causal_Dynamical_Triangulations_without_preferred_foliation_in_1_1_-dimensions_with_elementary_expositions/12751772
Causal Dynamical Triangulations (CDT) is an approach to Quantum Gravity based on the
sum over histories line of research which gives a quantization of classical Einstein gravity using
a discrete approximation to the gravitational path integral, and spacetimes are approximated by
Minkowskian equilateral triangles. This approach was developed by Renate Loll, Jan Ambjørn,
and Jerzy Jurkiewicz. We have used a more recent version of CDT, called CDT without preferred foliation, to write a numerical simulation of quantum spacetimes in (1+1) dimensions.
This report comprises the detailed derivation of the model and the numerical implementation
from how we can initialize triangulated spacetime in the form of a data structure to MonteCarlo moves. Finally, we prove that our implemented code does work up to where we ended
up.Mathematical Aspects of Quantum and Conformal Field Theory, Quantum Gravity and String Theory2020-08-02 16:07:04An introduction to F-notation and the prove of the cartesian product of natural number is countably infinite
https://figshare.com/articles/preprint/1611_0281v1_pdf/12751751
This paper will introduce a new notation named as F-notation. This
notation will help us to prove the statement, “The cartesian product of
natural numbers is countably infinite”.Pure Mathematics not elsewhere classified2020-08-02 15:49:36The premature state of “Topology”and “Graph Theory” nourished by “Seven Bridges of K¨onigsberg Problem”
https://figshare.com/articles/preprint/The_premature_state_of_Topology_and_Graph_Theory_nourished_by_Seven_Bridges_of_K_onigsberg_Problem_/12751757
History of Graph theoryApplied Mathematics not elsewhere classified2020-08-02 15:45:52A Binomial theorem to derive The Taylor expansion in one variable
https://figshare.com/articles/preprint/A_Binomial_theorem_to_derive_The_Taylor_expansion_in_one_variable/12751748
In this article, I presented the proved of Taylor expansion in one variable by the concept of
binomial theorem, Taylor series concepts in curves and an expository piece on the asymptote of
an algebraic curves as an example of this expansion.Applied Mathematics not elsewhere classified2020-08-02 15:38:38Kramers Escape Rate Problem
https://figshare.com/articles/presentation/Kramers_Escape_Rate_Problem/12280670
Presentation given for the "Seminar Course" during second semester of Master in Theoretical Physics at Jagiellonian University.Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics2020-05-11 14:37:18Beamer-like Power-point template
https://figshare.com/articles/presentation/Beamer-like_Power-point_template/5286040
This is a Breamer-like Power-point template. I've used Microsoft Office 2013 to make this template. To edit this template, open the file and go-to View → Slide Master and edit it and close the Master view. After that, add your contents. If you are interested to see an example of it, Please see https://github.com/Damicristi/Presentation-on-Reciprocal-LatticeFind author's work at http://www.physicslog.com/about-author/Enjoy!!!Computer Software2018-05-02 17:32:54Poster: A Short Visit To Ising's 2D Model
https://figshare.com/articles/poster/Poster_A_Short_Visit_To_Ising_s_2D_Model/5369026
This poster is going to be presented at International Conference on Physics of Space and Materials (ICPSM 2017) on September 3, 2017. So, one more day to go!Conference details: http://physics.sxc.edu.np/conference/Condensed Matter Physics2017-09-01 16:48:05A short introduction to LaTeX and it's importance
https://figshare.com/articles/presentation/A_short_introduction_to_LaTeX_and_it_s_importance/5217613
This presentation is all about LaTeX Programming Language. If you are new to LaTeX or want to refresh you with some skills on LaTeX then, this one is for you!This presentation is publicize after i presented it at St. Xavier's College. Kathmandu, Nepal. Programming Languages2017-07-18 15:04:20A short visit on Ising 2D Model
https://figshare.com/articles/journal_contribution/A_short_visit_on_Ising_2D_Model/5143543
This report aims to give a short description of the Ising two dimensional model and an introduction to Monte Carlo simulation. We focused on the magnetization results against temperature. To draw results, we implemented Metropolis Hastings algorithm which helps us to built likely configurations from any arbitary configurations.Due to the finite size of our lattice, it is difficult to specify the curie temperature. In order to approximate this temperature, we have used Binder Cumulant for different lattice sizes.We assume reader have some basic of probability theory and an everlasting curious.Computational Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics2017-06-26 07:45:53Introduction to Fixed Point Iteration Method and its application
https://figshare.com/articles/presentation/Introduction_to_Fixed_Point_Iteration_Method_and_its_application/4285682
This presentation is about the theory of "Fixed Point Iteration Method" and its application. Acknowledgement:I would like to thank to my Prof. Dr. Kanhaiya Jha from Kathmandu University for inspiring me in "fixed point concept" and continuous guidelines!Applied Computer Science, Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Software, Numerical Computation, Programming Languages2016-12-05 13:31:50