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There are usually several blog articles in various states of progress that need feedback and are being actively discussed in the forum before being posted to the blog. You can find them here.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - Azimuth Project news
Forum discussion group: Blog - Azimuth Project news
Status: published.
Summary: What’s new on the Azimuth Project?
Main author: Curtis Faith
Wiki page: Blog - Curtis Faith on the Azimuth Project
Forum discussion group: Blog - Curtis Faith on the Azimuth Project
Status: published.
Summary: Curtis Faith introduces himself and talks about why he decided to help out on the Azimuth Project.
Main author: Curtis Faith
Wiki page: Blog - making decisions under uncertainty
Status: published.
Forum discussion group: Blog - making decisions under uncertainty
Summary: Groups often want to make the right decisions. So they spend a lot of time in the decision process itself. A better approach is to acknowledge when perfect decisions don’t exist and to incorporate the uncertainty itself into your plans.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - Week 309
Forum discussion group: This Week’s Finds - Week 309
Status: published.
Summary: Another application of Hopf bifurcations with noise, this time to predator-prey systems.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (part 1)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (part 1)
Status: published.
Summary: Networks, and diagrams of networks, show up in many branches of science. It would be nice to find a unified framework for these ideas.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (part 2)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (part 2)
Status: published.
Summary: One can adapt ideas from quantum field theory to describe the theory of stochastic Petri nets. The master equation versus the rate equation.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (part 3)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (part 3)
Status: published.
Summary: The rate equation of a stochastic Petri net, and applications to chemistry and infectious disease.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (part 4)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (part 4)
Status: published.
Summary: The master equation of a stochastic Petri net, and analogies to quantum field theory.
Main author: Jacob Biamonte
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (guest posts)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (guest posts)
Status: work in progress.
Summary: stuff by Jacob Biamonte about stochastic Petri nets and chemical reaction networks, which might go into posts on the Azimuth blog.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (part 5)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (part 5)
Status: published.
Summary: Analogies between quantum theory and probability theory.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (part 6)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (part 6)
Status: published.
Summary: Writing the master equation using annihilation and creation operators.
Main author: Jacob Biamonte
Wiki page: Blog - network theory (part 7)
Forum discussion group: Blog - network theory (part 7)
Status: published.
Summary: An example: the stochastic version of the logistic equation in terms of annihilation and creation operators, and how to obtain an equilibrium Poisson distribution.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - stabilization wedges (part 5)
Forum discussion group: Blog - stabilization wedges (part 5)
Status: published.
Summary: Pacala’s 2008 followup on the original Pacala-Socolow Stabilization wedges paper.
Main author: Tim van Beek
Wiki page: Blog - your model is verified, but not valid! Huh??
Forum discussion group: [[Blog - your model is verified, but not valid! Huh?](http://www.math.ntnu.no/~stacey/Mathforge/Azimuth/comments.php?DiscussionID=706&Focus=4493#Comment_4493)
Status: published.
Summary: Critics of climate science in general, and sceptics of the statement that anthropogenic (man-made) global warming is real, often claim that climate models are wrong and cannot be trusted. But what does “wrong” mean here and what can and should be done to make models more trustworthy, from a software engineering viewpoint? In a first step, we’ll introduce some relevant technobabble.
Main author: John Baez
Wiki page: Blog - Week 314
Forum discussion group: Blog - week 314
Status: published.
Summary: The first part of an interview with Thomas Fischbacher.
Main author: Tim van Beek
Wiki page: Blog - putting the Earth in a box
Forum discussion group: Blog - putting the Earth in a box
Status: published.
Summary: An introduction to energy balance models.
Main author: Tim van Beek
Wiki page: Blog - a quantum of warmth
Status: published.
Forum discussion group: Blog - a quantum of warmth
Summary: A closer look at the heat balance of the Earth and its atmosphere. An explanation of downward longwave radiation (DLR), generated by the atmosphere of the earth and why it does not violate the second law of thermodynamics.
Main author: Tim van Beek
Wiki page: Blog - apologia of progressive confusion?Blog - apologia of profound confusion
Forum discussion group: no one yet
Status: stub.
Summary: Common criticism and misconceptions concerning energy balance models
Main author: Tim van Beek
Wiki page: Blog - the color of night
Forum discussion group: Blog - The color of night
Status: stub.
Summary: How big is the effect of downward longwave radiation (DLR) really? What do measurements say? What instruments are used? Are there alternative explanations of the 33 Kelvin gap of the zero dimensional energy balance model?
Main author: Tim van Beek
Wiki page: Blog - eddy who?
Forum discussion group: Blog - eddy who?
Status: First draft finished, feedback welcome.
Summary: A short introduction to turbulence: It is all about eddies.
Main author: Tim van Beek
Wiki page: Blog - increasing the signal-to-noise ratio with more noise
Status: stub.
Summary: Ice Ages, the Milankovich cycles and how they may be connected by the phenomenon of stochastic resonance.
Summary: a so far unsuccessful attempt to turn our Peak oil wiki page into a blog entry.