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Calculating Higher Dimensional Space

When mathematicians talk of higher dimensional space – this does not necessarily translate to some abstract realm – instead and more generally they are referring to parameter space i.e. the parameters necessary to describe a specific state. For complex systems there are just too many variables pushing mathematicians to work in increasingly higher dimensions. Modeling complex systems is therefore no easy task. However, researchers at the University of Cambridge propose a new simplified method that effectively makes these higher-dimensional calculations.
What they find comes to no surprise to researchers of unified physics, as for their calculations to be simplified they have to think in volumes - specifically spherical volumes.


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