Flux-dependent graphs - enabling a better understanding of cellular metabolism

How does cellular metabolism change in different environments? Metabolism is the result of a highly enmeshed set of biochemical reactions, naturally amenable to graph-based analyses. Yet there are multiple ways to construct a graph representation from a metabolic model. 

How to control chaos in your body

In many natural systems, such as the climate, the flow of fluids, but also in the motion of certain celestial objects, we observe complicated, irregular, seemingly random behaviours. These are often created by simple deterministic rules, and not by some vast complexity of the system or its inherent randomness. A typical feature of such chaotic systems is the high sensitivity of trajectories to the initial condition, which is also known in popular culture as the butterfly effect.

Teaching the machines - topology and signatures for parameter inference in dynamical systems

Oxford Mathematician Vidit Nanda talks about his and colleagues Harald Oberhauser and Ilya Chevyrev's recent work combining algebraic topology and stochastic analysis for statistical inference from complex nonlinear datasets.

Linux Cross Compiling

The purpose of this article is to describe how to connect through visual studio to a departmental linux server, in order to cross compile software as linux ELF binaries. 

Port Forwarding

In order for Visual Studio to connect to a departmental server for cross compilation, one has to set a port forward rule before connecting to gate.maths.ox.ac.uk . This can be done through Bitvise SSH client by running the software and selecting the CSS tab

 

What’s UNIQUE about UNIQ? - Opening up Oxford

Oxford University is committed to encouraging as wide a range of applicants as possible. Oxford Mathematics is part of that commitment. But what does that mean in practice? Well over the Summer months it means UNIQ, Oxford’s way of breaking down barriers and building bridges. A kind of construction work for the mind.

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