A New Kind of Science

By Stephen Wolfram

Physics and computer science genius Stephen Wolfram, whose Mathematica computer language launched a multimillion-dollar company, now sets his sights on a more daunting goal: understanding the universe. Wolfram lets the world see his work in A New Kind of Science, a gorgeous, 1,280-page tome more than a decade in the making. With patience, insight, …

Published date: January 1, 1997
Type: Books
Genre: Science

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A series of epiphanies from [the author] and others that the world is really interesting when you look at iterative algorithms applied millions and billions of times.