Scientists announce breakthrough in studying oceans using mathematics 22:54

A team of scientists from the University of Western Australia has announced a major mathematical breakthrough that could help transform deep ocean exploration. The work has been published in the scientific journal magazine Biometrica.

According to experts, the team has developed a new method to estimate the spectral density of water, eliminating long-standing contradictions and paving the way for more accurate oceanographic research.

Spectral density estimation is a mathematical technique used to quantify the energy contribution of vibrational signals, such as waves and currents, by identifying the frequencies that carry the most energy.

“Understanding the ocean is critical to many fields, including marine engineering, climate assessment and modelling, renewable technologies, defence and transport,” said lead author Dr Lachlan Astfalk.

The new method was recently applied in a research project at the University of Western Australia to study complex nonlinear ocean processes.

Earlier scientists in the name a technique that helps school children learn mathematics more easily.

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Source: Gazeta

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