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An Excellent Boring Presentation

  1. V 4.0 AN EXCELLENT BORING PRESENTATION FOR 2 REASONS.
  2. AN EXCELLENT BORING PRESENTATION FOR 2 REASONS. I GUESS SO.
  3. BORING BECAUSE #1 too many equations. text. garbage.
  4. EXCELLENT BECAUSE storytelling.
  5. BORING BECAUSE #2 random blah blah. bad storytelling.
  6. GET READY to be bored.
  7. ISHTIAQUE ZICO / BANGLADESH
  8. RIGHT! THAT’S MY NAME ISHTIAQUE ZICO / BANGLADESH
  9. AND MY COUNTRY ISHTIAQUE ZICO / BANGLADESH
  10. MY BIO INDEPENDENT FILMMAKER WRITER. ALSO.
  11. I LOVE IDEAS, EXPERIMENT & LIMITATION twitter.com/iazico
  12. & ENJOY WORKING WITH RUPANTOR MICROCINEMA TEAM
  13. BUT ONCE I STUDIED MATHEMATICS UNDERGRAD. BORING.
  14. I HAD TO MAKE PRESENTATION WITH MATHEMATICS THAT’S WHY BORING
  15. AND THIS PRESENTATION DEALS SCATTERING THEORY ALSO SCARING
  16. SO LET’S EXPLORE INVERSE SCATTERING & SCATTERING BLAH BLAH YOU ARE WARNED.
  17. & WHAT IS SCATTERING deflection of subatomic particles
  18. & WHAT IS subatomic particles
  19. GOOGLE. PLEASE. [search] subatomic particles
  20. ALWAYS. I would do the same thing.
  21. SCATTERING. EXAMPLE. Wave scattering Sunlight scattered by rain drops
  22. SCATTERING. EXAMPLE. Particle scattering The motion of billiard balls
  23. SCATTERING. EXAMPLE. Particle scattering The motion of billiard balls
  24. SCATTERING. EXAMPLE. Particle scattering The motion of billiard balls
  25. TIPS #1 To make your presentation boring, never insert photo. like me.
  26. TIPS #1 To make your presentation boring, never insert photo. use clipart.
  27. Direct Scattering Problem Scatterer Spectrum
  28. AND TIPS #2 use symbol. jargon. whenever you can.
  29. Direct Scattering Problem Sturm-Liouville equation CONSIDER :  xx  (  u ( x))  0 Eigenvalue Potential Eigenfunction (t=0) INPUT : Potential OUTPUT : Spectrum
  30. Direct Scattering Problem Ha Ha Ha… CONSIDER : SOMETHING WAS HERE Eigen blah Blah Eigen blah (t=0) INPUT : blah OUTPUT : BLAH
  31. Direct Scattering Problem Ha Ha Ha… CONSIDER : blah BLAH Eigen blah Blah Eigen blah (t=0) INPUT : blah OUTPUT : BLAH
  32. Direct Scattering Problem Spectrum Types spectrum { , } discrete continuous  = negative  = positive  = blah blah  = again blah
  33. Direct Scattering Problem Graph : When Discrete 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 eigenfunction decays exponentially
  34. Direct Scattering Problem And when continuous u Transmitted Reflected Incident v
  35. HA HA HA… TIPS #3 use 1980s style graph!
  36. Direct Scattering Problem Example | Direc Delta* u ( x)  U 0 ( x) , x  0  ( x)    0, x  0 * distribution, not function.
  37. ENOUGH. Next.
  38. Inverse Scattering Problem Spectrum Scatterer
  39. Inverse Scattering Problem Just the inverse BLAH blah INPUT : Spectrum OUTPUT : Potential
  40. INPUT BECOMES OUTPUT. and vice versa.
  41. BORED? not yet? you will be.
  42. Inverse Scattering Problem Our Goal  xx  (  u )  0 k 2  xx  (k  u )  0 2
  43. Inverse Scattering Problem Our Boredom  The solution is assumed to be:    ( x; k )  e ikx   K ( x, z )e dz ikz x MAGIC  ˆ dK    e ikx  u  2    ( K xx  K zz  u ( x) K )e ikz dz  0  dx  x  
  44. Inverse Scattering Problem Sorry  From Cauchy’s theorem we get:   (  e ikx ˆ )e dz  0 ikz  MAGIC. AGAIN.   C    B 
  45. Inverse Scattering Problem One More  Input particle energy = variable  Impact parameter = constant BORED?  K ( x, z )  F ( x  z )   K ( x, z ) F ( y  z )dy  0 x
  46. Inverse Scattering Problem Almost Done Scattering U(x,0) S(0) Time KdV Inverse Scattering U(x,t) S(t)
  47. IN BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME STEPHEN HAWKING SAID,
  48. STEPHEN HAWKING SAID, every equation helps to lose the readers by half.
  49. SOMETHING LIKE THIS. every equation helps to lose the readers by half.
  50. HA HA HA… how many equations I have used here?
  51. OOPS. you there?
  52. HELLO. anybody?
  53. SORRY. forget everything I said.
  54. THE END of boredom.
  55. NOW BLAME ME OR GOOGLE ME OR
  56. rupantor.blogspot.com VISIT MY CINEMA TEAM BLOG.
  57. AND THANK ME FOR BORING YOU.
  58. ALSO THANK YOURSELF FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

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