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How do dating sites match compatible partners? What do cell phones and sea coasts have in common? And why do computer scientists keep ant colonies? Jeff Suzuki answers these uestions and in Patently Mathematical which explores the mathematics behind some of the key inventions that have changed our worldIn recent years patents based on mathematics have been issued by the thousands from search engines and image recognition technology to educational software and LEGO designs Suzuki delves into the details of cutting edge devices programs and products to show how even the simplest mathematical principles can be turned into patentable ideas worth billions of dollars Readers will discover whether secure credit cards are really secure how improved data compression made streaming video services like Netflix a hit the mathematics behind self correcting golf balls why Google is such an effective and popular search engine how eHarmony and Matchcom find the perfect partner for those seeking a mate and much A gifted writer who combines uirky historical anecdotes with relatable everyday examples Suzuki makes math interesting for everyone who likes to ponder the world of numerical relationshipsPraise for Jeff Suzuki's Constitutional CalculusPresents an entertaining and insightful approach to the mathematics that underlies the American system of government The book is neatly organized breaking down the United States Constitution by article section and amendment Within each piece Suzuki reviews the mathematical principles that went into the underlying framework Mathematical ReviewsA breath of fresh air A reaffirmation that mathematics should be used often to make general public policy MAA Reviews


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    Suzuki is a good writer and does a good job explaining some interesting mathematics but I would have preferred a deeper dive into fewer topics or at least a cohesive overall narrative