Re: [SI-LIST] : Complex Math examples?

Adrian Shiner (adrian.shiner@virgin.net)
Wed, 09 Jun 1999 19:52:02 +0100

There are analogs (no pun intended) of electronic/electrical circuits in acoustics (e.g Loudspeaker design), mechanical systems, hydraulic systems, in fact any dynamic system. If you really want to go exploring, I recommend Chaos
Theory. This really does widen your horizons and perceptions of the physical world.
One of the worst features of the development of knowledge in the modern world is a tendancy for individuals to over specialize their knowledge into work (earning the $$) related areas.

Good studying

Adrian

Doug Brooks wrote:

> Complex algebra, of the form
> Z = R + jX
> is of course a very important part of electronics, which is where my
> background is.
>
> I am curious in what other disciplines do we find complex math? There must
> be many of them, but I have never come across any of them. I'd like to
> build up a sort of list of several examples.
>
> Can anyone help out?
>
> Doug Brooks
> .
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