### Success of a mathematical theory ...

Disclaimer for all the articles published in this blog:

Any article having any coincidence with any scientist's research work is not a wrong observation as it will be from that scientist's work with due credits given here; But any article which has no credits given to anybody means its my own and the credit obviously goes to me..!

*Credit:*

Professor R. Brown,

Department of Mathematics,

University of Wales, Bangor,

Dean Street,

Bangor,

Gwynedd LL57 1UT

UK.

*His thought is that if a mathematical or philosophical theory need to succeed, then it should fall into one or some or all of the following points...*

Now read on.. the points are,

- A range of new algebraic structures, with new applications and new results in traditional areas.
- New viewpoints on classical material.
- Better understanding, from a higher dimensional viewpoint, of some phenomena in group theory.
- New computations with these objects, and hence also in the areas in which they apply.
- New algebraic understanding of the structure of certain geometric situations.
- A stimulus to new ideas in related areas.
- A range of unexplored ideas and potential applications.
- The solution of some classical famous problems.

Worried thinking what is this higher dimensional algebra..?

Find a small intro here:: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/%7Emas010/hdaweb2.htm

We will discuss this in detail later..!

I am an extremist..!!The above snippet is not a peom.. just because it is written to give you a feeling that it may be..! What makes a poem..? Structure? Rhythm of words...? some different grammatical thing..?

Ah.. that means..

We will talk about the

most advanced and the

most basic

in science,

in mathematics, and

in philosophy

in and out

in this

blog..!!

If you are asked to write an artilce on " What makes a poem?", what all you will write..? :-)

Thinking much and getting pissed off..? All Illusions and delusions in mind..?

We will discuss that in one of the srticles.. don't worry..!!

Regards,

Satheesh