Sunday, August 28, 2011

Warping History: A Blog on the Math in Cartography

Warping History: Analytical Methods in Historical Cartography is a blog which is for those who want to know the hardcore mathematics involved in modelling and fieldwork in the field of cartography.  There are both theoretical and applied posts.  One of my favorite posts is Fourier Finds Caesar: A Study in the Physical Evidence of Roman Agrarian Law and Land Usage Using Periodic Functions.  But beware, these posts are so deep in the math that it is easily capable of overwhelming one's mind.

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